Chihuahuas, Corlis [Respess], and Crullers: A Blog (sort of) about Doughnuts

It’s Friday, which means a few things here at The Filson–at least for me. First, it means “Chihuahua Shirt Friday”. If you’ve read my bio (see below) you’ll know that I am quite fond of my black, apple-headed Chihuahua, Cricket. So it only seems natural that when I see a t-shirt featuring Cricket look-a-likes, I buy two. Friday also means it’s time […]

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Food (or drink!) for thought: Announcing a NEW monthly post

Beginning next Friday, the Filson Blog will publish the first post in a twelve post series titled: “Recipes from the Archives” in which we’ll feature, yep, you guessed it, recipes (and images!) from The Filson Historical Society’s archives and library. So while the rest of y’all are working hard to maintain your new year’s resolution to lose weight or hit the […]

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Culinary Adventures in The Filson’s Collections

The holidays are a time to gather with family and friends. This Thanksgiving, my family congregated in the kitchen and prepared a special meal together: turkey, stuffing, a plethora of sides, and–my favorite–three flavors of homemade pie. Many families have holiday traditions surrounding the food that is prepared and shared. Recipes that we learned from our parents and grandparents have […]

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