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Trail food bags & containers.

Trail Food Bags & Containers. "I have travelled with neere 200. of them at once, neere 100. miles through the woods, every man carrying a little Basket of this [Nokehick] at his back, and sometimes in a hollow Leather Girdle about his middle,...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 12 Jul 2019

Wild Foods. Nettle Pudding.

My sincere thanks to Grizz for sharing this recipe with me.Ancient Nettle PuddingRecipe courtesy of Ancient Craft and Celtnet RecipesAccording to Celtnet Recipes, “when most food was boiled in a large pot, adding dumplings or ‘puddings’...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 27 Jun 2019

Trail Foods. William Byrd.

Trail Foods. Byrd. The Secret History.William Byrd II (March 28, 1674 – August 26, 1744) “The Portable Provisions I would furnish our Foresters withal are Glue-Broth and rockahomini : one contains the Essence of Bread, the other...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 4 Jan 2019

Forum Notifications?

Just in case you have not been receiving any notifications from our group forum, there are a stack of new posts in a variety of topics.This forum is not the same as the old one, & some of you may have failed to click on the subscribe to topic! Anyway,...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 7 Apr 2018

Kakai Squash. Trail Food.

The Kakai squash I am told originated in Austria & was grown all through Europe & parts of Asia. This squash or pumpkin has edible hull-less seeds which are very tasty as is, or roasted. Some types apparently have a tastier flesh than others....
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 25 Mar 2018

18th Century Travel Foods. Scotch Eggs 173

https://stormunderstillwater.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/adventures-in-18th-century-cooking-scotch-eggs/?blogsub=spammed#blog_subscription-4https://savoringthepast.net/2014/07/01/scotch-eggs/
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 29 Jan 2018

Wild Edible Foods. Prickly Lettuce.

Prickly Lettuce. Lactuca serriola, Prickly Lettuce. Emu Plains, NSW. http://www.survival.org.au/bf_lactuca_serriola.php; More Information Here: http://www.herbiguide.com.au/Descriptions/hg_Prickly_Lettuce.htm
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 12 Sep 2016

Period Quote On Trail Foods.

The Portable Provisions I would furnish our Foresters withal are Glue-Broth and rockahomini : one contains the Essence of Bread, the other of Meat. The best way of making Glue-Broth is after the following method: Take a Leg of Beef, Veal, Venison, or...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 20 May 2016

More On Sausage.

Giacomo Ceruti  1698 – 1767. Sausages to Boyl PERIOD: England, 17th century | SOURCE: The Whole Duty of a Woman: Or a Guide to the Female Sex, 1696 | CLASS: Authentic DESCRIPTION: Sausages boiled in wine and herbs...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 20 Dec 2015

Cheese As A Trail Food.

SPANISH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY BREAD, PASTRIES, BASKETS, CHEESE AND COPPER POTS ON A SHELF WITH A PINK FLOWER One of my favourite trail foods is bread & cheese. Both can be simply wrapped in linen cloth or the cheese can be placed between pieces of...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 26 Nov 2015

Corn, can it really sustain you on a long trek?

I have read that the Woodland Indians travelled with just corn to sustain them on their long journeys, & I have often wondered, knowing a little about the properties of corn or the lack there of, how they managed to survive. Then recently one of my...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 26 Oct 2015

Colonial Foods. The Carrot In America.

1610 - A True Declaration of the Estate of the Colonie in Virginia. - What should I speake of cucumbers, muske melons, pompions, potatoes, parsneps, carrets, turnups, which our gardens yeelded with little art and labour. For Roots, there...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 17 Oct 2015

More On Dried Corn. Reply to a follower.

"How do you know when you're corn is done drying? What should it look like when it is done, and how long should it take? I am new to drying corn".Depending on the drying process you use, & the amount of heat used, it can take anywhere from 15-20...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 31 Jul 2015

The Pemmican Manual

You can substitute other meats and dried fruits that are available in your area.http://nativeamericannetroots.net/diary/1377The Pemmican Manual PDF : http://www.traditionaltx.us/images/PEMMICAN.pdf
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 10 Nov 2014

Dried Apple for Storage and Trail Food.

Trail food.We have been busy drying apple for storage & trail food. If you can core the apple you can hang it on a string line, or you can use a needle to do the same thing. You can also dry apple next to a fire.We have been using our stove &...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 3 Aug 2014

The 18th Century Baker. Links.

http://colonialbaker.net/tableofcontents.htmlhttp://pioneerfoodie.blogspot.com.au/2010/11/pics.html18th Century Bakery. Diderot.18th Century Pastery Shop. Diderot.A French Baker.
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 5 Dec 2012

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