Resurrected Recipes is devoted to researching and recreating recipes that are no longer in vogue, but were familiar to our grandparents, or even our great-great-grandparents and beyond. Many old recipes are very tasty, and it’s a mystery why they’ve been forgotten. Others have been forgotten for good reason. We’ll try them and find out which category they belong to.
Our emphasis is food from the turn of the 20th century to the 1970s, but we will also occasionally dabble in recipes from earlier times, right back to medieval cookery. Additionally, there are other posts related to vintage/historic kitchens and cooking, such as vintage cookbooks, kitchen equipment, interesting old articles and ads, etc.
The blog belongs to two of us, one who has a degree in Family and Consumer Science, and the other (me) who is a history geek, loves to bake, and cooks in a 1920s-style kitchen, complete with a late '20s refrigerator and a cast iron stove.