Press for Rare Cooking

An archive of press for this project and writing we’ve done about it in other fora.

Penn State Abington News 2.7.2017
“Shakespeare in my kitchen,” Regina Boscius
http://abington.psu.edu/story/11681/2017/02/06/shakespeare-my-kitchen-abington-scholar-transforms-recipes-modern-cooks

Shakespeare & Beyond: at the Folger Shakespeare Library 7.26.2016
“A perfect pairing: A recipe for almond jumballs and a podcast episode on Recipes for Thought,Esther Ferington
http://shakespeareandbeyond.folger.edu/2016/07/26/food-folger-early-modern-recipes/

The Pennsylvania Gazette 7.25.2016
“Cooking in the Archives,” Molly Petrilla
http://thepenngazette.com/cooking-in-the-archives/

The Collation: Research and Exploration at the Folger 1.28.2016
“Chacolet,” Alyssa Connell & Marissa Nicosia
http://collation.folger.edu/2016/01/chacolet/

The Recipes Project 11.12.2015
“The Exotic Taste of Rice,” Alyssa Connell & Marissa Nicosia
https://recipes.hypotheses.org/6948

Sift Magazine No. 2, Fall 2015
“Time Travel Recipes,” Susan Reid  (print)
http://www.kingarthurflour.com/blog/2015/10/07/caraway-cookies-sift/ (blog post)

Archive Journal 7.22.2015
Cooking in the Archives: Bringing Early Modern Manuscript Recipes into a Twenty-First-Century Kitchen,” Alyssa Connell & Marissa Nicosia
http://www.archivejournal.net/issue/4/notes-queries/cooking-in-the-archives-bringing-early-modern-manuscript-recipes-into-a-twenty-first-century-kitchen/

CNN 7.10.2015
“Food: The happiest of traditions,” Ashley Strickland
http://edition.cnn.com/2015/07/10/living/project-happy-food-traditions-feat/index.html

Frankie Magazine Issue 65, May/June 2015
“Cooking in the Archives: History is the favourite ingredient for Alyssa Connell and Marissa Nicosia,” Lucy Corry (print)

Barnard Magazine Spring 2015 Issue
“Cooking Up History,” June D. Bell (print)

Penn Appetit Spring 2015 Issue
“Cooking in the Archives,” Elena Crouch (print)

Savory Road 2.15.2015
“Cooking in the Archive, Blog,” Jeff Baker in conversation with Marissa Nicosia
http://www.savoryroad.com/
http://www.savoryroad.com/cooking-in-the-archive-blog/ 

Talk of Iowa 1.7.2015
“Bringing Centuries-Old Recipes to Modern Kitchens,” Dennis Reese and Charity Nebbe in conversation with Alyssa Connell and Marissa Nicosia
http://iowapublicradio.org/post/bringing-centuries-old-recipes-modern-kitchens 

Yorokubo 1.4.2015
“Las recetas del S.XVII, reinventadas en tiempos de YouTube,” Lucía Caballero
http://www.yorokobu.es/recetas-vetustas/ 

Washington Post 12.29.2014  
“How two bloggers re-purpose centuries-old recipes for modern cooks,” Sarah Kaplan (print and online)
http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/how-two-bloggers-re-purpose-centuries-old-recipes-for-modern-cooks/2014/12/26/7dc33d5c-7a65-11e4-84d4-7c896b90abdc_story.html 

ABO Public: An Interactive Forum for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830 (cross-post) 12.22.2014
“To Make Maccarons of Valentia Almonds,” Alyssa Connell and Marissa Nicosia with Alaina Pincus
www.aphrabehn.org%2FABO%2Fto-make-maccarons-of-valentia-almonds-a-guest-post-by-cooking-in-the-archives-collaborators-marissa-nicosia-and-alyssa-connell%2F

Ruth’s Words 9.19.2014
“Ffish custard?” Ruth Reichl
http://www.ruthreichl.com/2014/09/a-single-bright-orange-salmon-roe-doesnt-amount-to-much-but-when-it-bursts-into-the-mouth-it-dissolves-into-something-pri.html

HuffPost Taste 9.4.2014
“This Is What People Ate In The 18th Century. Be Happy You’re Alive Today Instead,” Sara Boboltz
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/04/historical-cooking-recipes_n_5760040.html

Unique at Penn (cross-post) 9.2.2014
“Shrewsbury Cakes,” Alyssa Connell and Marissa Nicosia with Mitch Fraas
https://uniqueatpenn.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/shrewsbury-cakes/

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