Vintage Maine Recipe: 1904 Sanford Orange Meringue Pudding

My newest addition to my vintage cook book library is The Sanford Cook Book compiled by Mrs. Geo. W. Huff and Mrs. M. A. Hewett, Committee for The North Congregational Ladies Society. My favorite part is that it was printed in 1904 by “The Averill Press.” The recipe I’m sharing with you today is probably unlike any pudding you’ve had: Creamy sweet citrus with bits of orange. We’ve had an overabundance of rain and clouds this spring so this bright citrus treat can be a delightful diversion packed with vitamin C! Continue reading “Vintage Maine Recipe: 1904 Sanford Orange Meringue Pudding”

My Confirmation at St. Luke’s Cathedral in Portland

Good Monday morning! Yesterday afternoon I was Confirmed by the Bishop Lane into the Episcopal Church! (The beautiful antique Victorian stained glass above, which is one of many stunning windows, was created by Ward & Hughes, London, England.) Continue reading “My Confirmation at St. Luke’s Cathedral in Portland”