Food & History: September 13

September 12, 2018 0

Food & History: September 13 1592  Michel de Montaigne dies, a famous quote of his “A man should not so much respect what he eats, as […]

Pipeline World Trade Center

September 11, 2018 0

Pipeline World Trade Center The Pipeline in Lower Manhattan was a restaurant at the base of the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center.  There […]

Food & History: September 12

September 11, 2018 0

Food & History: September 12 1818  Richard Jordan Gatling born. Before he invented the Gatling Gun he had developed a machine for sowing rice, wheat, […]

Tiki Triangle: Garden Falls

September 10, 2018 0

Garden Falls I’ve been shooting (photographing and filming) weddings for over 15 years at this point.  I’ve literally done over a thousand.  Never once have […]

Food & History: September 11

September 10, 2018 0

Food & History: September 11 1851  Sylvester Graham dies.  He advocated vegetarianism, temperance and the use of coarse ground whole wheat (graham) flour from which […]

Sunscreen Ban

September 9, 2018 0

Aruba to Ban Sunscreen With Oxybenzone Last week the government of Aruba announced sunscreens containing oxybenzone will be banned on the island as of 2019 because […]

Food & History: September 10

September 9, 2018 0

Food & History: September 10 2001  The first case of mad cow disease reported in a dairy cow in Japan. Please follow and like us:

Food & History: September 9

September 9, 2018 0

Food & History: September 9 1754  Captain William Bligh born. The most famous mutiny in history took place on his ship while returning from Tahiti […]

Food & History: September 8

September 7, 2018 0

Food & History: September 8 1959  Charlie Trotter was born, he was a famed American chef and restaurateur, as well as host of the PBS […]

Food & History: September 6

September 6, 2018 0

Food & History: September 6 1800  Catherine Esther Beecher born,  author of the first cookbook written for an American audience titled Miss Beecher’s Domestic Receipt […]

Food & History: September 7

September 5, 2018 0

Food & History: September 7 1822  A treadmill for grinding corn powered by prisoners begins at New York City Prison. 1840  Luther Crowell born, inventor […]

Food & History: September 5

September 4, 2018 0

Food & History: September 5 1643  King Louis XIV of France born. He was a gourmet to excess. 1850  Jasper Newton ‘Jack’ Daniel born, founder […]

Sauce or Gravy?

September 4, 2018 0

Sauce or Gravy? Every once in awhile someone on social media gets bored and starts an online argument about whether Italians call it “sauce or […]

Roasted Pancetta Potatoes

September 4, 2018 0

Roasted Pancetta Potatoes I adapted this from Lidia Bastianch’s recipe.  This variation omits the whole slices of pancetta on the bottom of the glass baking […]

Food & History: September 4

September 3, 2018 0

Food & History: September 4 1885  The Exchange Buffet opens at 7 New Street in Manhattan, it is one of the first self service restaurants, […]

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