by Paula Marcoux
A heartfelt edible South Shore & South Coast thank you to our friend and loyal reader Lillian Loring of Kingston for graciously sharing a family legacy to inaugurate edible Recipe Box, our new regional recipe collection.
Please enjoy a taste of Lillian’s legacy!
What dishes—simple or celebratory—comprise your crucial family food traditions?
Make your family heirloom or tradition a part of the eSS&SC edible Recipe Box, by sending your recipe to: Laurie@edibleSouthShore.com
Reader, what can YOU share from YOUR recipe box?
A COLLECTION OF FAMILY RECIPES
This lovely tea cake was an inheritance from Lillian’s mother, born Frances Lucy Smith, and dated from 1935, the year following Frances’ marriage to Philemon Gordon Maglathlin.
Paula Marcoux is a Plymouth-based food historian and the author of Cooking with Fire. She writes for popular and academic audiences; consults with museums, film producers, and publishers; and gives workshops on natural leavening, historic baking, and wood-fired cooking.