Food & History: June 18

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Food & History: June 18 1892  Macadamia nuts first planted in Hawaii. 1897  Juliet Corson dies, she was a librarian, cooking teacher, writer, and founder […]

Chicken Marengo

June 14, 2018 0

Chicken Marengo In the year 1800 it is said Chicken Marengo was a dish created by Napoleon’s Swiss chef to commemorate Napoleon’s victory over the […]

Anthony Bourdain

June 8, 2018 0

Anthony Bourdain June 25, 1956  –  June 8, 2018 Cook, Chef, Writer, Avid Traveler, Journalist.  The photo above I took at a benefit charity event […]

Frittata

June 7, 2018 0

Frittata   Think of a frittata as an Italian dish that is a cross between an omelet and a quiche.  While you an certainly cook it […]

Food & History: May 31

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Food & History: May 31 1892  Lea & Perrins label trademarked. 1980 Christopher Kimball begins publishing Cook’s magazine. 1983  Boxer & New York restauranteur Jack Dempsey dies. Please […]

Food & History: May 22

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Food & History: May 22 1946 The Culinary Institute of America is founded. Please follow and like us:

Food & History: May 14

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Food & History: May 14 1850  Joel Houghton of New York issued the first US Patent for a dishwashing machine. 1853  Gail Borden applies for […]

Food & History: May 5

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Food & History: May 5 Cinco de Mayo 1862  Cinco de Mayo: The Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla. 100 years […]

Food & History: May 2

May 1, 2018 0

Food & History: May 2 1885  ‘Good Housekeeping’ magazine begins publication. Please follow and like us:

Bolognese Sauce

April 9, 2018 0

Bolognese Sauce This recipe first shows up in texts as early as the 1890s.  It gets its name because it originated in Bologna, Italy. Like […]

Food & History: April 6

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Food & History: April 6 1930  Hostess Twinkies go on sale for the first time, originally with banana creme filling were sold two for .05 […]

Food & History: March 27

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Food & History: March 27 1860  ML Byrn of New York receives patent for the new improved corkscrew with a ‘T’ handle. 1900  Joseph A. […]

Food & History: March 26

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Food & History: March 26 1753  Benjamin Thompson, Count von Rumford born.  American physician who invented the percolator, a pressure cooker and a kitchen stove.  […]

Food & History: March 23

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Food & History: March 23 1806  Lewis & Clark expedition began the journey back to St. Louis from their winter encampment from Columbia River in […]

Cabbage

March 15, 2018 0

Cabbage Cabbage is probably the least expensive leafy green vegetable.  Dating back to ancient times, it was cultivated in Europe sometime as far back as […]

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