The August issue of Sphere magazine 1974 is filled with summer entertaining recipes including an irresistible ceviche.
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These Oatmeal Macaroons are a favorite cookie from a New Yorker whose mother found the recipe in a church cookbook from Duluth.
New York has everything possible under the sun to eat. Let’s start with some fun street food, then I’ll tell you about Molly O’Neill’s New York Cookbook.
Lavender is one of the world’s oldest herbs with many uses, including these fragrant and delicious Lavender-Honey Scones.
Dining in Mississippi is unlike anywhere else in the country. Come and take a trip with me to the town of Learned and see what the locals eat.
What’s more All-American than a 4th of July celebration in an 1840 Mississippi home with fried catfish and hush puppies? Ya’ll, it was a blast!
This issue of vintage Sphere Magazine features a Pennsylvania Dutch folk festival with some delicious baking, cooking, and canning ideas.
Scook. A funny name for a most incredible cookbook by Michelin-starred French chef, Anne-Sophie Pic.