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    1. Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen: Sweet Potato Custard (1870) - The Devil's Tale

      Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen: Sweet Potato Custard (1870) - The Devil's Tale Primary Menu Skip to content Blog Roll Commenting (...)

    2. John Hope Franklin Research Center - Food History at the Rubenstein Library - LibGuides at Duke Univ

      The Book of Household Management, 1901 The Book of Household Management by Isabella Beeton is a fascinating source not only for its large number (...)

    3. Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen: Ice Cream No. 3 (1899) - The Devil's Tale

      My fervent hope was that the egg would lend the ice cream a custard-y texture, so that I would never have to buy custard again.

    4. Edible Book Festival VI (2011) - Preservation Underground

      The following were the winners of the popular vote: Most Edible: Custard out of Carolina (Kelly Wooten) Least Edible: Medium Raw (Beth (...)

    5. Spirit of Play - The Devil's Tale

      Related posts: Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen: Sweet Potato Custard (1870) How NOT to Pie a Duke Professor Fun Finds from the German (...)

    6. Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen Tasting Event, Dec. 3 - Duke University Libraries Blogs

      Here’s what’s on the menu: Apple Kuchen (circa 1970s) Rice Apples (1777) Ice Cream No. 3 (1899) World War I Soldiers’ Soup (1916) Goblin (...)

    7. Today is Zine Library Day! - The Devil's Tale

      Related posts: "To Keep the Future Worthy of the Past" Juanita Kreps and the Merger of the Duke Woman’s College, 1972 Rubenstein Library Test (...)

    8. Fantastical Characters for Twelfth Night - The Devil's Tale

      Related posts: Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen: Sweet Potato Custard (1870) New Audubon Pages on Display Gary Monroe: Photographs, (...)

    9. Eating at the Rubenstein Library - The Devil's Tale

      Delicious sweet potato custard pie , apple kuchen , and blueberry pie , ready and waiting to be devoured!

    10. Welcome, Tracy Jackson! - The Devil's Tale

      Paul Samuelson Papers Coming to Duke new staff rubensteinstaff Post navigation Previous Post “Human Rights, Truth Telling, and Justice” (...)

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