Robert W. Pelton proudly claims a heritage going all the way back to well before the War for American Independence.
Pelton’s ancestor, John Rogers, came to America on the Mayflower and signed the Mayflower Compact.
Another,John Smith was one of the founders of Jamestown.
Peleg Pelton served in the Continental Army at age 18 as the fifer at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777.
Captain Peter Hager was the Commander of Old Stone Fort in Schoharie, New York, in 1780.
Mr. Pelton is a member of the Sons of the Revolution, Sons of the American Revolution
Civil War Period Cookery is a unique book of historical recipes. It is chock full of delightfully delicious cooking ideas favored by many famous people of days long past. This book contains the prized recipes for those dishes cooked by or eaten by some of the better known as well as lesser known figures from the Civil War era of our glorious history. Included are recipes for tasty breads and interesting baked goods, skillet southern fried chicken and really good poultry dishes. The reader will also be treated to many taste-tempting soups, stews and stuffings -- and, yes, even pickles as well as loads of other wonderful things. Or a reader may wish to try some buttermilk pie, an array of wonderful desserts, rhubarb punch and other delightful beverages. Then he or she may wish to make the unusual corn bread with a streak of delicious custard running through it. Yes, anyone can now enjoy a meal exactly like that eaten by those who wore both the blue and the gray during the War Between the States – or as some unreconstructed Southerners still refer to it – the War of Northern Aggression.
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More cookbooks by Robert Pelton:
Revolutionary War Period Cookery : Revolutionary War Period Cookery is chock full of delightfully different and delicious cooking ideas favored by many famous and some forgotten yet historically important individuals of yesteryear. It contains the favorite dishes of numerous figures from the Colonial period of our glorious history.
Historical Christmas Cookery: Historical Christmas Cookery is chock full of prized recipes for dishes eaten by some of the heroes of the Revolutionary War as well as those who wore both the blue and the gray during the War Between the States.
Historical Thanksgiving Cookery: Historical Thanksgiving Cookery is chock full of prized recipes for dishes eaten by some of the heroes of the Revolutionary War as well as those who wore both the blue and the gray during the War Between the States.
Baking Recipes of our Founding Fathers: Authentic recipes from the family of every Signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Included are concoctions of Dolly Madison, Martha Jefferson, Abigail Adams and Martha Washington.
Baking Recipes of Civil War Heroes & Heroines: Baking Recipes from the Wives and Mothers of Civil War Heroes, Heroines & Other Notables is a unique collection of recipes covering everything from bread and crackers and biscuits to cookies and layer cakes and pies as they were enjoyed by heroes on both sides of the War Between the States. It contains the favorite dishes prepared by the wives and mothers of such luminaries as Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant; Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln; Nathan Bedford Forrest and George Armstrong Custer. Each recipe is followed by an enlightening biographical sketch covering interesting, sometimes surprising, highlights of the person’s accomplishments, thoughts and beliefs. Illustrated.
Cooking Recipes from the Wives and Mothers of our Founding Fathers : Cooking Recipes from the Wives & Mothers of Our Founding Fathers is a marvelous collection of delightfully different cooking recipes favored by the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence and the 39 Signers of the Constitution. A number of these heroic men from America’s past are well known to Americans today (Washington, Franklin, Madison, etc.). Many others have been forgotten with the passage of time (Bassett, Hopkins, Ross, Smith, etc.). Each recipe is followed by a brief biographical sketch covering interesting highlights of the person’s accomplishments, thoughts and beliefs.
Early American Baking Recipes from the Colonial Period: EARLY AMERICAN BAKING IN THE COLONIES is a marvelous as well as unique collection of delightfully different baking recipes favored by the families of the heroic patriots involved in the American Colonial Independence Movement back in the late 1700s