I enjoy Chef Staib's show A Taste of History. He almost makes cooking at a hearth look easy. Thankfully, the book contains modern adaptations of those recipes. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Gum
Superb recipies and impeccable history. However, I was disappointed to discover the traditional cooking methods were omitted. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Michael J. Clark
As grandparents of 21 kiddos, we are always looking for attractive educational books and films to give them, so when we saw the PBS special of Thomas Jefferson's gardens and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deborah W. Seigman
Pity that the recipes are not the same as the TV show that it is supposed to be from.Published 1 month ago by Don Chambers
This book is a great read not to mention great recipes. If you are into reenacting or a history buff - you will love this book. It is everything it promises to be. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jacqueline Strand
I only have one word for this book--Spectacular!
Staib presents a pretty good history of the City Tavern and there's a well-written Introduction by David McCullough. Read more