President Abraham Lincoln, who was shot on April 14th, 1865 by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., just five days after the surrender of the Civil War's Confederate leader, General Lee. He died the following morning
Even though Marji knew the dangers of protesting, she is determined to go. She goes with the maid. "That day there were so many killed in one of the neighborhoods that a rumor spread that Israeli soldiers were responsible for the slaughter. But in fact it was really our own who had attacked us” Persepolis pg. 39
Thomas Jefferson was instrumental in bringing macaroni and cheese to the American table. Who knew? Well, M is a mainstay in many a Southern kitchen. This recipe, found in Garden and Gun magazine, is from the Inn at Little Washington, in Washington, VA.
Thomas Jefferson wrote this recipe for Sweet Potato Pudding in his cookery notebooks during the early 1800s. It was adapted from a recipe by Mary Randolph, the wife of prominent Virginian David Meade Randolph who eventually published her recipes in The Virginia House-wife.