Below is a happy and eclectic assortment of historic food research, historic food programming, and a few occurrences of people having jolly good times with some historic basis.
This list is constantly growing!
Historic Cooking Blogs
Kitchen Historic, by a historic cook at Colonial Williamsburg. The author goes into great detail about her research process, and has a fantastically thorough resources page!
Coquinaria, a fascinating site on historic cookery from the Netherlands.
Afroculinaria, by famed culinary historian Michael W. Twitty.
The Great War Centennary Site includes an article on WW1 cooking.
Early Canadiana Online includes a number of early Canadian cookbooks and recipes.
Bon appétite! An archived collection of Canadian Cookbooks at Library and Archives Canada.
for General Reference
Food Timeline has a broad overview of food history around the globe.
“Cooking up History” on the ROM Blog.
A list of digitized recipes, sources and articles on Medieval and Renaissance cooking from the Arts & Sciences website of the Society for Creative Anachronism.
Historic Cooking in Popular News & Media
History Channel’s Hungry History Blog
An article on Boston.com highlighting 7 historic kitchens in the area, if you just so happen to be in Boston!