- B. C. G. & G. Links to other Blogs & Websites of Interest
- Collecting Vintage Kitchen Gadgets, Cookware & Appliances
- Other Vintage Kitchen Collectibles (Non-Electric)
- Collecting Teapots and Tea Paraphernalia
- Glass and Pottery Cookware and Bakeware
- Odd Kitchen Gadgets. Or, What the Heck is That?
- All the “LITTLE” things, UTENSILS: Whisks, Spatulas/Turners, Spoons, Choppers, Mashers/Smashers, Pastry cutters, Forks and “Odd stuff.”.
- Cast Iron Cookware and Bakeware
- Little Bowls and Dishes, Custard Cups and Pinch Bowls, etc.
- Utility Bowls and Containers, Pottery, China, Glass, Stoneware, Yelloware and Etc.
- Other Vintage Small Electric Appliances
- Vintage Electric Coffee Brewers, Some Non-Electric
- Vintage Electric Mixers
- Vintage Electric Toasters
- Vintage Waffle Irons & Sandwich Grills
- COLLECTING COOKBOOKS, RECEIPT BOOKS AND RECIPES
- Larger “Small” Appliances – Too BIG for “Collecting” more than one, or maybe two.
- Other Vintage Kitchen Collectibles (Non-Electric)
- MASTER BASIC COOKIE RECIPE with VARIATIONS
- RESURRECTED OLD RECIPES & SOME NEW “ORIGINALS”
- Cornbread – The “staff of life” in the south of my childhood
- Easy Cinnamon Raisin Rolls
- Andie’s Foolproof 2-ingredient cream biscuits.
- Andie’s Bread & Butter Pickles
- Andie’s Glazed Carrots with Marsala and Lime Marmalade
- Andie’s Mock French Toast
- Andie’s Original Pumpkin Chili Mexicana
- Andie’s Pumpkin Custard Pie
- Andie’s Sugarless Spicy Ketchup
- Apricot Ginger Scones
- Aunt Hattie Anne’s Green Tomato Pie/Preserves
- Banana Ketchup
- Candied Chestnuts
- Candied or Crystallized Ginger
- Clotted Cream (Not Devonshire)
- Cocoa Cookies for Christmas or Anytime
- DUNDEE Cake, a favorite from my childhood
- Easy Homemade Pita Bread
- Fruited Cocoa Cake or Christmas Cake
- Great Grammaw Sweeney’s Griddle cakes
- Green Tomato Chutney, Spicy and Sweet
- Griddle Cakes not just Pancakes or Flapjacks
- Hickory Nut Cake
- Homemade Yogurt Start-To-Finish
- Hoppin’ John ‘western Kentucky style’
- How to cook the perfect (or near perfect) sausage patty
- How to Improve a Cheap, Salty Ham.
- How to Peel an Orange and Candy the Peel
- Marzipan filled brioche bread pudding
- Meemaw’s Pork Mincemeat and Christmas Pork Fruitcake
- Meemaw’s Red Velvet Cake
- Mrs. Obregon’s Dulce De Leche
- MUSTARD – Home made, Easier than you might believe.
- Mustard Cream
- My favorite chile verde (green) tomatillo sauce/salsa.
- Pear Honey – a small batch Preserve perfect with toast, biscuits or ???
- Provence Style Pumpkin Soup
- Pumpkin Custard Pie from my great aunt Maude
- Pumpkin/Pecan Pie
- Scrambled Eggs Excellent – from Mapledale Farm
- Slow-Roasted Root Vegetables – Vegetarian
- Spicy Chestnut Soup
- AAA Easy Homemade Butter
- My Basenji Aston
- Peppercorns from all over the World
- Salts from around the World.
- Vinegar – Home Made
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I’m a big fan of allowing appliances to do some of the tedious, repetitive work in the kitchen. Specifically, the BREAD MACHINE – I don’t mean actually BAKING in it, although that works fine for regular bread. But when you … Continue reading
I have been selling a few of my things on ebay, but now have decided to sell more. In many cases it is difficult saying goodbye to things I have cherished for so many years – or in some cases … Continue reading
I’ve made English muffins and crumpets the traditional way many, many times. The batter is easy to prepare but the difficulties come in the use of the “muffin rings” which often stick and the muffin has chunks pulled out of … Continue reading
After a too-long hiatus, here is another recipe/method which should be handy for the not-too-far-away HOLIDAY BAKING SEASON. Note that most of these cookies store well without become stale. Do not store in plastic bags or containers for long periods. … Continue reading
This ONLY WORKS with a soft wheat flour. All self-rising flours are made with soft wheat. You can also find some “plain” soft wheat flours – White Lily is one but self-rising flour is marketed by Pillsbury, Gold Medal, … Continue reading
The copper mixer is now on ebay – item # 181461398018. As the last one I saw sold for 836.00 I think I have priced this one competitively.
The Model K 3 C was in production from 1950 to 1962 when the Model K-45 was introduced. In 1955 Kitchenaid began producing the 3 C in colors and also in chrome finish and copper. The latter was shipped with … Continue reading
Here are some glass teapots. Glass teapots are perfect for brewing the “presentation” or blooming teas that are constructed so they open like a flower when hot water is poured into the teapot. The ribbed teapot is “vintage” from the … Continue reading
The various type of materials that have been used to produce teapots is staggering. Ceramics of all types from crude, heavy pottery to stoneware, porcelain both hard paste and soft paste, faience and bone china and the extremely tough vitrified … Continue reading
Some of these teapots have been packed away for nearly fifteen years and a few even longer. Most are “vintage” and a few are newer. A Sadler teapot with typical Art Deco design popular in the 1930s. A Sadler … Continue reading