We teach our kids about historical people, places, and events. We even teach them about historical food recipes. But what about beverages? Are these important to include in our children’s history curriculum too? We say, yes! After all, beverages have a story to tell. One we want to talk about today is mead.
Rich in taste and history, marzipan continues to be the sweet almond treat that makes Christmas complete! This shapeable putty made of almonds and confectioners’ sugar is the perfect recipe to add to your history studies this holiday season. Learn more about this delicious almond-flavored dough below!
The depression era was a time of frugality and creativity. You might be wondering what parents during that era fed their families while staying on a tight budget. Indeed, maybe you’re looking to take their advice for yourself to save some money! The most popular depression-era meal was chipped beef on toast!
October is National Pizza Month! With 31 days on the calendar, we have plenty of time to explore all things pizza – from its history to its many mouthwatering flavors. So, who invented pizza, and what’s National Pizza Month all about anyway? Keep reading to find out. Plus, get our family’s favorite go-to pizza recipe!
While most people today think of cheesecake as being a layer of soft, sweet cheese on top of a graham cracker crust, the first recipe to ever exist didn’t really look (or taste) anything like that. The first cheesecake recipe, believe it or not, came from ancient Rome and was first recorded in 160 BC!