Patricia Bixler Reber

Patricia Bixler Reber

The unusual or creative. Culinary historian researching food history & cooking apparatus: brick or iron ovens, stew stoves, federal steam kitchens, stoves.
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This hotel/ railroad station had a side balcony at track level and used as the passenger station for the new train.

Cooking beef on a string. Steuben's chef at Valley Forge

Tom Thumb racing a horse on new route from Ellicott's Mills and Baltimore

Richard Dolby's The Cook's Dictionary and the Thatched House Tavern. This extensive 1830 cooking dictionary is remarkable because it was the first cookbook set in alphabetical order.