Toad in the Hole vs. One-Eyed Jack: What’s the History?

Toad in the Hole vs. One-Eyed Jack: What's the History | Culinary Craftiness

According to Wikipedia, Toad in the Hole isn’t at all what I thought it was. 🤨 Various and sundry websites on this side of the Atlantic led me to believe the Continue Reading →

Danish Frikadelle “Meatballs” with Gravy

Danish Frikadelle "Meatballs" with Gravy | Culinary Craftiness

Danish Frikadelle or frikadeller are egg-shaped ground pork/veal/beef meatballs. They’re a beloved historical specialty in Denmark. Delicious! Continue Reading →

Chicken Tikka Masala + a History Lesson

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This Chicken Tikka Masala is super easy to make and beyond incredibly delicious. Cut this recipe in half if necessary, but you’re going to want leftovers! Continue Reading →

Skillet Shepherd’s Pie – Easy & Delicious

Skillet Shepherd's Pie - Easy & Delicious | Culinary Craftiness

Skillet Shepherd’s Pie is an easy, delicious supper sure to fill your belly and nourish your soul! Sometimes the simplest recipes are simply the best! Continue Reading →

Crock Pot Irish Beef Stew + a Little History

Crock Pot Irish Beef Stew + a Little History | Culinary Craftiness

Do the Irish Beef Stew prepwork the night before & place in the slow cooker in the morning. Add Irish Soda Bread to the table and enjoy! Continue Reading →

Authentic Coney Dog Sauce

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Did you know that Coney Dogs didn’t originate in Coney Island Amusement Park in Brooklyn, New York? The recipes were brought to the U.S. by Greek and Macedonian immigrants who Continue Reading →

A Little St. Patrick’s Day History & A Few Traditional Irish Recipes

A Little St. Patrick's Day History & A Few Traditional Irish Recipes | Culinary Craftiness

A Little Saint Patrick’s Day History and some of the foods eaten in celebration of traditional Irish holidays. Recipes and links to more cool history. Continue Reading →

Israeli Shakshouka – History and Recipe

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Israeli Shakshouka History and Recipe is a lovely Middle Eastern tomato and bell pepper ragout topped with poached eggs. Delicious with yeasty bread! Continue Reading →

Plymouth Plantation ~ On the Menu at the First Thanksgiving

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Plymouth Plantation ~ On the Menu at the First Thanksgiving – What did they eat at Plimouth (Plymouth) Plantation? Try a few historical recipes! Continue Reading →

The Food History of All Hallow’s Eve (a.k.a. Halloween)

The History of All Hallow's Eve (Halloween) | Culinary Craftiness

The Food History of Halloween – aka All Hallow’s Eve with recipe links, traditions, and the origins of the holiday. Which immigrants brought it to the U.S.? Continue Reading →