Adventures in 18th Century Cooking – Scotch Eggs

The sequence of events last week, or so, escape me, but the following things happened: Acquired ladder back chairs at second-hand store; and Acquired cast-iron frying pan Frank has been wanting a cast-iron frying pan for ages. I’ve been resistant to the idea because they are very heavy, regardless of their appropriateness for the historic … More Adventures in 18th Century Cooking – Scotch Eggs

Getting Ideas for Our Rowhouse at Washington’s Headquarters

There are three places I like to go to for home inspiration. Ikea, Dot & Bo, and historic homes/museums. We were out and about hiking at Valley Forge when we came across Washington’s Headquarters, a.k.a. Isaac Pott’s Mill House (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington%27s_Headquarters_(Valley_Forge) Normally they only prepare a few rooms in the house for public viewing but the … More Getting Ideas for Our Rowhouse at Washington’s Headquarters