Category: Suffrage Wagon Cooking School

VIDEO: We’re getting ready for 2020 at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School!

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School has a video that’s fun and a reminder of the upcoming 2020 suffrage centennial. Find out about recipes and demonstrations….


How to make Chinese fortune cookies for gifts!

A demonstration from Suffrage Wagon Cooking School about making Chinese fortune cookies…


“Votes for Women” fortune cookies! Plus a birthday wish!

A visit to the Suffrage Wagon Cooking School reveals surprises….


More about suffrage and tea…a series by Kenneth Florey

The marketing of the first wave of the women’s rights movement is highlighted by author Kenneth Florey. …


How to make hot tea—from Suffrage Wagon Cooking School!

Suffrage news includes 125 years of New Zealand women voting. …


Bernice Ende rides for stories! Make Carrot Cake with Stories!

Making carrot cake at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School involves stories about Edna Kearns and the first wave of the women’s rights movement in the United States….


Suffrage Wagon Cooking School—recipes & demonstrations on Constitution Day!

A video plus links to recipes and demonstrations at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School. Hot tea, hot coffee, and Chinese fortune cookies are featured in this posting. Find out more….


Happy Labor Day weekend & UPDATES from Suffrage Wagon News Channel!

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School sends its best wishes for a happy Labor Day weekend with a video. We have included here news about suffrage-related events and celebrations. Wondering why we have been publishing since 2009? Because we have come a long way. Back in 2009 there were few links and feature articles about the first wave of the women’s rights movement in the US. …


Chef Cutting visits Cooking School, plus Breaking News from Suffrage Wagon!

Chef Ted Cutting pays a visit to Suffrage Wagon Cooking School! on Vimeo. Chef Cutting stopped by our cooking school to see how we’re doing. He has been responsible for some great demonstrations, including how to make a terrific cup of coffee. At Suffrage Wagon Cooking School we test vintage recipes to see how they hold up…


Visit Suffrage Wagon Cooking School

Edna Kearns raised money for the women’s suffrage movement and gave canning lessons to women who wanted to hear about how voting could lead to increased human rights. This struggle involved tens of thousands of women, many of whom who could agree on one thing—leaving the kitchen and participating in the broader society. They didn’t…