Welcome back to our occasional series, “How They Made It,” where we explore the food and drink of Outlander. This time, we’re exploring Parisian baking from Dragonfly in Amber. Bon Apétit!
About Tammy Spencer
My first and foremost job title is that of mom to my two (now-grown) daughters, but I’ve also worked as an aerospace engineer on the Space Shuttle program, website developer, artist, preschool teacher, and most recently as a personal chef and blogger. My fascination with cooking and baking came through my love of science and the magic of bringing together disparate ingredients that produce something yummy. My obsession with all things Outlander began as season 1 ended and has led me on paths I could never have imagined, from proclaiming myself an “Honorary Scot” and starting a blog about baking stories and whisky reviews called “Scotch & Scones”-- at Scotchandscones.com, to getting fitter and healthier through Sam Heughan’s My Peak Challenge. Most importantly, Outlander has given this Southern-California-girl-turned-Bostonian a circle of friends who not only share my passions, but encourage the madness!
Welcome back to our occasional series, “How They Made It,” where we explore the food and drink of Outlander. Here we look at drinking rhenish with Colum and Leticia as they entertain in the Great Hall.
Welcome back to our occasional series, “How They Made It,” where we explore the food and drink of Outlander. This time, we’ll dive into the world of Mrs. Graham’s shortbread. To the kitchens, then!
Outlander Cast is kicking off a new series, “How They Made It,” in which we dive into the food and drink of Outlander. First up, Baking at Lallybroch—how to make sourdough bread just like Jenny and her crew or Mrs. Fitz would.