Chef in the Mid-Atlantic region for over 20 years. Painter, writer and traveler.
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Is it bread? Is it a pudding? Is it a cornbread that didn’t make it? Is it a soufflé? The dish was originally an outgrowth of the Native American steamed corn pudding. The Europeans, having had little luck making bread … Continue reading
Peanut Butter doesn’t always have to come between two slices of white bread. Actually, peanut butter was presented at the 1904 St. Louis world’s fair as a health food. Peanut Butter Soup has always been a Southern Favorite – … Continue reading
When most people think of the muskrat, their mind turns to the tedious son made popular in the 1970’s by The Captain and Tinnille, but it is much more along the shores of the Chesapeake. Lyrics to Muskrat Love: 1972 … Continue reading
This recipe is a transplant from England to the Mid – Atlantic region. Legend has it that the recipe was invented in Bath, England about 1680 and a woman named Solange Luyon who made and sold these cakes and buns … Continue reading
“Whereas the people of Maryland as long time and appreciative residents of the productive Chesapeake Bay area know of it firsthand the recreational and gastronomic delights of this wonderful land, and Whereas, Not the least among good reasons for living … Continue reading