Tag Archives: Vintage cookbooks

Life lately

A few snaps from what I’ve been doing lately. Last Saturday I spent the day in Lincoln for what Matthew deemed “The Lincoln Day of Fun.” And it was fun. Top to bottom: A snap at one of my favorite … Continue reading

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Vintage Cookbooks from my Grandma’s collection

Last week I dug through a box of cookbooks that my grandmother gave me and unearthed some real gems. I’ve written before about my love of vintage cookbooks, especially church cookbooks. I found a few of those. But I also … Continue reading

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Omavore on Instagram

My newest obsession: Instagram. (I realize, everyone is obsessed with it.) Find me at SarahBakerHansen. Some recent snaps: hot chocolate in my favorite vintage mug, vintage James Beard reading, vodka infusion at Taxi’s Bar and Grille, Lucky Buddha beer at … Continue reading

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Vintage Cookbooks: The Sheldon Gallery Cookbook

Before I returned to journalism and started this blog, I worked at the Sheldon Museum of Art. I’ve always loved the graceful Philip Johnson-designed building on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. If you haven’t been there, I highly recommend checking … Continue reading

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Heritage Recipes

I’ve been seeing a lot of stuff come across my desk lately about “heritage recipes,” which are basically old recipes that have been recently rediscovered and updated for a new generation of at-home cooks. You already know this is right … Continue reading

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Vintage Cookbooks: The New York Times Cookbook, 1961

I have a thing for vintage cookbooks. I have quite a few in my own collection — mostly church cookbooks handed down from my mom — and others picked up in thrift stores and used bookstores and garage sales. I … Continue reading

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