Family eBook of The Day
As the largest outdoor living history complex in the Northeast, Old Sturbridge Village has fostered the feel, and the flavors, of America’s past for more than half a century. This third edition of the cherished The Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook―unique in presenting not only authentic mouthwatering recipes from the late-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, but also adaptations for cooking in modern kitchens―has been revised and updated with new information on early American foodways and tested, successful recipes for fireplace cooking.
Learn how to preserve apples for year-round use, how salt-preserved meats were freshened, how Election Cake got its name, and how to select the best fish for dinner. With a range of delicious recipes from roasts and fricassees to pies and puddings, and with a beautiful, user-friendly new design, The Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook will be treasured by history buffs, cookbook collectors, and all food lovers with an interest in re-creating the best of early American cuisine.
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Capture the Magic of Halloween with Snowman Paul!
“Entertaining, well-structured, and beautifully illustrated–a winner” – Kirkus Reviews
Snowman Paul and Dan are having a fun Halloween party, wearing colorful costumes, telling scary stories, and singing spooky songs. Aliens, witches, dragons, and ghosts are defending the treehouse and warning signs are everywhere.
But will they stop a thrill-seeking visitor from advancing?
Don’t dare come near this treehouse.
Don’t even risk a glance.
But if you do, we’re warning you:
There is no second chance!
A dragon will approach you,
And take you on a ride.
He’ll bring you to a party,
Where dragons dance outside!
Offering a fine-tuned blend of mild suspense and reassuring humor, this gorgeously illustrated Halloween rhyming picture book is perfect for not-so-scary storytime.
With catchy rhymes and simple vocabulary, this Halloween picture book in verse is ideal for preschool and toddlers and it makes a perfect bedtime story to be enjoyed again and again by babies and grownups alike.