Archive for June, 2010

Chez Dining Room: Early American Meets Hodgepodge

The American Colonial period dates from about 1620 to the end of the American Revolution. Popular furniture styles included the familiar designs of Jacobean, Queen Anne, and Chippendale. Most commonly, Colonial American furniture is based pretty extensively on the Jacobean style of English furniture.

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Welsh Rabbit with Broiled Tomatoes, Colonial Tavern Style


Welsh rabbit, or rarebit, has no bunny rabbit in it.  Rabbit is an old name for Old English Cheddar cheese, produced near the Welsh border, that was melted and poured over toast, and well, the name just stuck.  It is…

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