Colonial Classics

January 4, 2022
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Colonial Classics: The Gables revives a savory cheese pudding recipe

by Felicia Cheney
From The House of the Seven Gables We may not know whether Massachusetts Bay Colony British governor and Salem’s cofounder ate the cheese pudding named for him — John Endicott’s Savory Cheese Pudding Dinner — but it’s possible. Early Puritans came here with cows. And cheese-making skills. And we do know palates in the mid-1600s appreciated the glories of cheese
January 4, 2022
October 13, 2021
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Colonial Classics: Onion Soup Fit for a Royal Governor

by joeyphoenix
From The House of the Seven Gables Royal governor John Wentworth may have had to flee Portsmouth, N.H., in the dark of night when the Revolutionary War broke out, but the luscious onion soup recipe named after him apparently refused to budge. On Wednesday, November 3, from 6 to 7 p.m., all are invited to sign on to a live,
October 13, 2021
June 14, 2021
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It’s time for a virtual tea party at The House of the Seven Gables

by joeyphoenix
From The House of the Seven Gables We’ve baked the biscuits and simmered the jam. Now to sit down for a proper tea.  On Wednesday, June 16, at 5 p.m., the table will be complete. “We’ll be wrapping up this season’s Colonial Classics food demonstration series with a tea party,” says Kaylee Redard, visitor services specialist at the House of the Seven Gables. She showed us how
June 14, 2021