Charles Webb was kind enough to share his thoughts on the recipe for Albany Cookies: The Albany Cookie or cake is a simple sugar and cinnamon cookie that became a Christmas treat in early colonial times in tidewater Maryland. Many of the recipes were adapted and adjusted by. Perhaps the fact that cinnamon and sugar were precious commodities in early colonial days is the reason for its popularity. This will take about 10 to 20 minutes longer, depending on size of pieces. The new edition of the cookbook features all of the original recipes as well as the classic images by notable Maryland photographers that made it such a well-used resource for generations of local cooks. Mix flour, cinnamon, and salt in a bowl. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included.
Visit Hammond-Harwood Hammond Harwood House is the Jewel of Annapolis, the grandest Colonial house in the historic town, preserved intact since 1774. Pour in gradually a cup of rich milk and stir until creamy and thickened. He was on his way to San Diego to begin a five-month hike along the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. The house has been designated a National Historic Landmark. Unfortunately, I miscalculated and sent them too far ahead, so the cookies were three weeks old when he caught up with them. Drain and break up with a fork; let cool. A book that has been read but is in good condition.
Now that I have her book, for me it is history in several ways. Loop the ends around to overlap the center of the roll making a bow or pretzel shape, and place on ungreased cookie sheet. The result was a rich, crumbly cookie with a distinct pecan flavor. Fried Mush is a nice accompaniment, surrounding chicken on platter. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. Replace diminished oil between batches.
Have about ½ inch of hot fat in a large frying pan. Sarah Buckland Callahan and daughter by Charles Willson Peale 1789. Bodine's most popular books include My Maryland, Chesapeake Bay and Tidewater and some of his best known pictures are in this book. When one of the Goldsborough daughters married a member of the Holliday family at Readbourne on the Chester River, the cookie went there. Alternately add flour and milk, mixing until all ingredients are incorporated. Pour sauce over cooked and drained meat, and roast at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes, basting occasionally. Gravy may be served over chicken or in a sauce boat.
Dissolve soda in the cream in measuring cup. Enjoy a traditional Eastern Shore Christmas treat from an early era when cinnamon and sugar were scarce. Very Good Condition indicates a used book that does show some. Strain through a coarse sieve, if necessary. Drain potatoes, mash leaving a little lumpy and add the milk; cool.
. Cover again for the same length of time, then remove top and finish browning chicken. Add egg and beat well again. It is an easy cookie to make. Natalie trained at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition, having previously graduated from Cambridge and City Universities. But then the attributions reveal something more: Baked Seafood in Shells.
Reduce heat, remove excess fat from pan, add a very little water, cover again and steam until tender, juicy and done through to the bone. But it was also used by the Lloyds and probably many families all around the Bay. Uncover and turn chicken when underside is a rich, golden brown. The read world should be as good as Mitford. Bake at 375 degrees for 12-15 minutes. Hope Andrews of Tulip Hill, who was serving as the President of the Hammond-Harwood House Association, and her close friend and fellow trustee Mrs. A word about the magnificent illustrations: Aubrey Bodine, doyen of Maryland photographers, has won national and international acclaim during the two or more decades in which his work appeared in the Baltimore Sunday Sun.
I have not really done any digging into the food histories in other states but one wonders if they should all be so lucky. Maryland's Way Cookbook Maryland's Way, a classic of Chesapeake cooking, has been reissued in celebration of its 50th anniversary. As we wait for the , we will be highlighting the favorite recipes of our staff and volunteers. I plan to try some recipes neither my mother nor I have tried, and know that I will enjoy spending time with the photos and anecdotes, but I think I will still give the recipe for peacock with chestnuts a miss. Francis Engle, president of the Annapolis Camera Club has taken special pictures for this book. Place cod in a pan and cover with fresh water.