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Seasoned With History, A Digitial Cookbook

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  • Tomatoes from the garden are perfect to use in this salsa recipe. Historic photo from the collection of the Bartlett History Museum

      Tomatoes from the garden are perfect to use in this salsa recipe. Historic photo from the collection of the Bartlett History Museum

 
Pam Rohleder

"Seasoned With History" is the Village of Bartlett Museums' new free digital cookbook. Fifty-one recipes, divided into six categories, such as Desserts, Cakes and Cookies, are always available online for viewing, making and sharing. On Pinterest, type in "Village of Bartlett Museums" in the search bar and start pinning and liking your favorites. The recipes are also available on the museums' website at http://www.villageofbartlettmuseums.org/cookbook.

From oyster suppers to pancake breakfasts, food has always been a part of Bartlett's heritage. This digital "cookbook" continues our Village tradition of sharing mouthwatering recipes and family favorites with neighbors and friends. Each recipe in the collection, such as Tomato Serrano Salsa submitted by Marianne Nyberg, is illustrated with a vintage Bartlett photo from the museums' collection or, you might say, it comes served with a taste of yesterday's Bartlett.

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If you have a recipe and/or photo that you would like to add to the collection please email Museum Director Pam Rohleder at prohleder@vbartlett.org

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