Sandy Oliver Sandy is a freelance food author with a mainstay Taste Buds appearing weekly given 2006 in a Bangor Daily News, and unchanging columns in Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors repository and The Working Waterfront.
Besides freelance food writing, she is a pioneering food historian commencement her work in 1971 during Mystic Seaport Museum, where she grown a grate cooking module in an 1830s house. After relocating to Maine in 1988, Sandy wrote, Saltwater Foodways: New Englanders and Their Foods during Sea and Ashore in a 19th Century published in 1995.
She is a author of The Food of Colonial and Federal America published in tumble of 2005, and Giving Thanks: Thanksgiving History and Recipes from Pilgrims to Pumpkin Pie that she co-authored with Kathleen Curtin.
She mostly speaks to chronological organizations and food veteran groups around a country, organizes chronological dinners, and conducts classes and workshops in food story and in tolerable gardening and cooking.
Sandy lives on Islesboro, an island in Penobscot where she gardens, preserves, cooks and teaches tolerable lifeways.