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Sheep in Pasture Recipe Greeting Card

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∙ Greeting card with perforated 4"x6" recipe card
∙ Features Historic Area scene
∙ Image by folk artist Karen Cruden
∙ Full color blank card with coordinating envelope
∙ Recipe for Ale Potted Beef
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This cute greeting comes with a tasty surprise. Featuring the work of folk artist Karen Cruden, this mother and baby are reminiscent of the sheep families who live in Colonial Williamsburg's meadows and fields each spring. Leicester Longwool sheep are part of Colonial Williamsburg's Rare Breeds program which began in 1986 to preserve genetic diversity in livestock. The recipe for Ale Potted Beef, from the Foundation's taverns, restaurants, or Historic Foodways program, is printed on a perforated card that can be easily detached and added to a recipe box or book. Versatile blank card with coordinating envelope can be used for any occasion.
Most 18th-century cookbooks were written by professional cooks, for professional cooks. Often, they don't specify quantities of spice or sugar because they knew that the cooks preparing them would adjust them to the taste of the people they were cooking for.

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