Suffrage Wagon Cooking School

 

There’s more on digital platforms these days about cookbooks as tools for social justice organizing.

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School celebrates another birthday this year. Remember 2015 when we were excited about our first birthday observance?

Make a cup of hot tea: From Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo.

Birthday party featuring Waterford Stanley wood-burning cook stove! on Vimeo.

RECIPES & COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS:

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School features the dessert recipes of Eighty Bug on Vimeo.

Voting Rights: The why of Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo.

Suffrage Wagon Cafe & Suffrage Wagon Cooking School: Important announcement! on Vimeo.

Get busy baking to honor a suffrage activist! on Vimeo.

Make Chinese Fortune Cookies at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo.

Chinese fortune cookies on Vimeo.

How to make great coffee at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo.

Our hats off to Suffrage Wagon Cooking School recipes! on Vimeo.

Farmers’ markets have great fresh fruits & vegetables. Buy locally! on Vimeo.

 

 

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Meet your friends at the Suffrage Wagon Cafe. Follow SuffrageCentennials.com for news and views about upcoming suffrage centennials. 

“Choose it and Use it” is a video reminding us of how the past is linked to what we do today and its impact on the future.

11 thoughts on “Suffrage Wagon Cooking School

  1. It amazes me what women who believed in voting rights had to go through to take care of their families. The cooking, cleaning, laundry and on top of this they were in soapboxes and doing stuff that women weren’t supposed to do. Like being visible and in public. We have it a lot easier today, thanks to those on whose shoulders we stand…strong, independent souls who supported equality and lived it in their lives.

  2. I was surprised to see a cooking school devoted to being interested in a wagon artifact at the New York State Museum. Bring it on.

  3. I can’t imagine trying to feed a family using a wood-fired stove AND working for suffrage at the same time!

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  6. I think the ladies put brandy in their tea and flambeed their shortbread. At least they did in Scotland.

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