Lucie Dillion. From Lady-in-Waiting to Cider Maker
Born into an aristocratic family in France on February 25, 1770, Lucie a lady-in-waiting to Marie-Antoinette by the time she was 16.
Johnny Appleseed. The Simple Man that Became Legendary.
Tales of John’s love for animals are numerous, from the wolf that became his pet after he healed the wolfs injured leg, to the horse he boug
The Origins of Rum, and its Place in History
After rum's development in the Caribbean, the drink's popularity spread to the North.
The Boston Cooking School and its Influential Leaders; Fannie Farmer and Mary J. Lincoln
The school ensured that all women who wanted an education could attend a class, whether they had the means, ability or resources to do so.
Wiener Schnitzel. Bust Out Your Lederhosen and Dig In.
The story of Wiener Schnitzel reads like a good drama. Not only do you have the story of the family fighting over this culinary delight, you
JC Jacobsen, The Carlsberg Brewery, and Their Place in Brew History
Jacobsen had little formal education, but he did recognize that the production of beer in Denmark had to move from small batch breweries to
Welsh Rarebit. The Quirky Name for a Delicious Dish.
The word rarebit has no other use in Welsh language, life or literature. It is possible that rarebit was originally rearbit, something eaten