From the heritage recipe collection of culinary historian Edythe Preet comes a luscious range of Traditional Treats for Todayís Gourmets.
One taste will transport you to a time when microwaves were the stuff of science fiction, and meals werenít purchased from a fast-food drive-thru window.
Created from all natural ingredients without chemical additives or preservatives, and prepared with minimum sugar and salt, this is real food cooked in small batches with care by real people. Just like the goodies grandma made.
Muesli, a favorite Swiss breakfast for more than one hundred years, is a snap to prepare and chock full of healthy nutritious ingredients.
Just one taste will guarantee it becomes a regular choice for your breakfast menu.
Love. It makes the world go round, conquers all and warps the mind. We are star-crossed by it, swept away by it, fall into it, and become fools for it. It canít be bought, but some have paid dearly for it. Allís fair in it. Wars have been fought for it, and kingdoms renounced for it. Itís better than wine...
Extremely rare mid-century designs from The Heritage Kitchen textile archives have been selected for commemorative reissue. Size, color, and fabrics replicate the originals with exacting detail.
MANHATTAN SKYLINE 1933
This vintage souvenir tablecloth was originally produced to celebrate the opening of the worldís first two skyscrapers: The Empire State Building and The Chrysler Building, New York City, circa 1933. The fabric is 100% imported linen. The tablecloth measures 60x60 inches with a quarter-inch hem on all sides. Available in two-tone Midnight Blue or Espresso Brown.