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The Homestead Diaries | Ginger and Molasses
Well here I am with the second official Homestead Diaries post! I got a lot of enthusiasm in the comments on my first post, so it looks like you all want me to go ahead with the series! Alrighty then. Let's get started. Today, I did my first ever baking adventure with the wood stove. After browsing the old cookbooks, I decided to try a simple ginger snap recipe dating back to 1890. I got the stove roaring, and waited for the oven to heat up. It usually gets to be between 350 and 400 degrees…
Wood Cookstove Cooking
This is a blog about cooking on a woodburning cookstove. Here you will find recipes, methods, other uses, and miscellaneous information about using a woodburning range. I've searched the net for any and all information about cooking on one of these amazing appliances, and I've found a lot of interesting things, but none of them have been what I've been looking for. Therefore, this is my attempt at creating what I've been in search of.