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A Thyme to Discover. Early American Recipes for the Modern Table, Reviewed

December 17, 2018

"I don't think I have ever been as captivated by a cookbook as I was by this one. From its clever title to its charming illustrations, wonderful recipes, interesting history, and snippets of facts peppered throughout, A Thyme to Discover. Early American Recipes for the Modern Table by Tricia Cohen and Lisa Graves has a little bit of everything. It makes as appropriate addition to your coffee table as it does your kitchen counter because of its wide appeal. Children will enjoy the whimsical illustrations, adults with no interest in cooking will find the history fascinating, and the cook, well, the cook is just going to fall in love."

Savory Cranberry Bread Pudding Recipe

November 21, 2018

Sweet and savory, tart and complex, this little side dish can stand on its own. The flavors are beautiful alone or served with a ham or turkey.

Edible Cape Cod Reviews A Thyme to Discover

November 21, 2018

This fun, informative, appealing book makes a great gift for foodies and history buffs alike.

Two Classy Chics Review A Thyme to Discover

December 29, 2018

The Classy Chics reviewed A Thyme to Discover; Early American Recipes for the Modern Table. 

Bourbon Oatmeal-Raisin Cookie Recipe Using One of America's Oldest Brands, Jim Beam

November 02, 2017

The Pittsburgh City Paper showcases one of the recipes from our new cookbook, A Thyme to Discover

Summer Wine for around the Bonfire on Personal Chef

July 21, 2017

The Pittsburgh City Paper features our recipe for A Summer Wine for Around the Bonfire. Inspired by the Medieval drink ypocras. 

What a spring delight! Table Magazine featured our Lavendar and Cheese Tart

March 31, 2017

"Co-creators Tricia Cohen and Lisa Graves of Thyme Machine Cuisine have tapped into this magic to bring the medieval banquet of our wildest imaginations to the present day, channeling the splendor of medieval eating onto a modern plate. "

January 23, 2017

"Whenever I review a cookbook, I always discover something new, be it a technique, ingredient or tradition. In "A Thyme and Place," I learned about  the history of the Medieval feasts and their recipes.  I found the read quite captivating.  It’s definitely staying on my bookshelf." 

January 05, 2017

Team TMC prepares a recipe from our cookbook, A Thyme and Place, for Personal Chef

January 05, 2017

Team Thyme Machine Cuisine joined Celine's podcast, Sound Bites, discussing the backstory of our book, Medieval cookery and feasts, with some great facts about Medieval times. 

November 29, 2016

Join us as we talked about the history of St. Andrews, as we made our Christmas pork rolls with coriander dipping sauce

October 31, 2016

Cooking our fall classics from our book, A Thyme and Place

October 14, 2016

Tricia and Lisa cooking live on the Rhode Show. Items prepared were the deconstructed pork pie, vegetable bread pudding, and butternut squash with honey and almonds. 

September 22, 2016

Lisa Graves guest writes on Susan Abernathy's blo

July 15, 2016

Hal reviewed A Thyme and Place for the readers of Pittsburgh Magazine and his blog. 

July 12, 2016

Lisa and Tricia cook live with the team on PTL

June 21, 2016

Lisa and Tricia discuss how their fathers, diagnosed with cancer, passed away while they were writing the cookbook. 

June 21, 2016

Thinking about a Game of Thrones party, check out the new Medieval Cookbook : A Thyme and Place

June 07, 2016

Bishop Feehan High School classmates write a Medieval Cookbook

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