The Druids were the educated elite of what is now called the “Celtic” race. Many historians and archaeologists now argue that there never was an actual Celtic race but for the sake of clarity and to give a sense of familiarity, I will use the term throughout this booklet. The Celts were a tribal people, with each tribe having its own chieftain. They were often at war with one another, raiding nearby tribal villages and stealing their neighbors’ cattle. They were a warrior race who, in one of…See More
I cook from scratch too, but mostly from feel these days and nothing much fancy. Still went to a couple of fancy food places in Chicago a few months ago and thought maybe I could be more creative! (And 18th centyury food can be pretty darned elaborate.) Guess I should have sent this cake instead!
Hey, Brian, Since you are a foodie, I was wondering... I'm looking at my antiquated recipe book collection and wondering if there is a good fairly recent cookbook that incorporates some of the newer more exciting food adventures that are going on these days! Any recommendations?