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Posted December 2, 2000
FYI, these are the recipes of the baked goods that have been served in Colonial Williamsburg's Raleigh Tavern Bakery for decades, including the famous gingerbread cookie recipe, all taken from 200-300 year old cookbooks in the museum's collection. Each recipe comes in two versions: the original 18th-century version for purists whose hobby is hearth cooking, and a modernized version for those who prefer their cooking in a modern oven and their recipes written in clear English. The old recipes are great fun to read, but give me up-to-date directions any day! 'Cook in slack oven til done' just doesn't help me much...
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