Ain’t Technology Grand !?!?

Hello Dear Readers, This post is simply to inform you that the revised, updated, and latest corrected version of The Petticoat Rebellion (Version 1.3) is now available as a .pdf … Continue reading Ain’t Technology Grand !?!?

IT’S FINALLY DONE . . . Self-Printing and Self-Editing, Part VI

Well, IT’S FINALLY DONE!  (BTW, its never done) But Beth and I’s book, The Petticoat Rebellion: A Culinary History of French Louisiana is now available IN PRINT from Amazon.com. Just … Continue reading IT’S FINALLY DONE . . . Self-Printing and Self-Editing, Part VI

Self-Publishing and Self-Editing, Part IV a

http://1718neworleans.com It’s finally done. I am a self-published author. It’s curious how many parallels exist between this newfangled, all-electronic, website, blog, social media, etc. publishing process and the publishing process … Continue reading Self-Publishing and Self-Editing, Part IV a

Three Blogs in One

http://1718neworleans.com Self-Publishing and Self-Editing, Part III St. Joseph’s Day, March 19, 2014. iTunes Producer reads “Uploaded package to the iTunes Store”. We are almost there, in the olden days I … Continue reading Three Blogs in One

And so it begins . . .

Oh! The joy! Oh, the gratification! Oh, the fulfilment! I have been APPROVED by Apple. The company that has guided me for the last 30 years in all my endeavours … Continue reading And so it begins . . .

The Petticoat Rebellion, Vol.1 on the horizon

The beginning of December 2013. This is the first of the last blogs of the year. Perhaps two more will happen. 2014 will be the year the 1718 Project starts … Continue reading The Petticoat Rebellion, Vol.1 on the horizon

How is culinary history done?

http://1718neworleans.com Thank you Catherine Howard! I was lying in bed this morning wondering what I was going to blog about this week. And what do I find in my inbox … Continue reading How is culinary history done?

Let us welcome Tante Suzanne

Tante Suzanne and Gerard sat down on the levee with their cans of steaming coffee. She opened her aprons to show her companion the treasures hidden therein. Inside were five … Continue reading Let us welcome Tante Suzanne

The Creole Pantry, Part II

As always, further information and deeper insights into this topic maybe found at http://1718NewOrleans.com Ref: 1718neworleans2018 blog entries for May 6, 2013 and June 30, 2012 Of course, other cultures … Continue reading The Creole Pantry, Part II

Adventures in Neuropathy

http://1718neworleans.com A New Media Challenge On June 11, 2013, the boundaries of new media history were once again advanced. Working steadily for the prior three months, my research and writing … Continue reading Adventures in Neuropathy

Smuggling Spice in Louisiana

http://1718neworleans.com smuggle |ˈsməgəl|verb [ with obj. ] move (goods) illegally into or out of a country: he’s been smuggling cigarettes from Gibraltar into Spain | (as noun smuggling) : cocaine … Continue reading Smuggling Spice in Louisiana

An 18th Century New Orleans Potager

Its been a long time since my last blog. Research and writing continues apace. I can only blame the hectic holiday season and my work schedule during December. Now on … Continue reading An 18th Century New Orleans Potager