Food & History: October 19

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Food & History: October 19 1917  Salvation Army volunteer Helen Purviance made the first doughnuts for homesick US soldiers. 1960 The United States imposed an […]

Food & History: October 14

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Food & History: October 14 1721  Gurdon Saltonstall, Governor of the Colony of Connecticut, proclaims November 8, 1721 as “Publick Thanksgiving” 1953   Clarence Saunders dies, […]

Food & History: October 3

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Food & History: October 3 1789  President George Washington signs a proclamation declaring Thursday the 26th day of November Thanksgiving Day. 1863  President Abraham Lincoln […]

Food & History: October 1

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Food & History: October 1 1907  The Plaza Hotel opens at the corner of Central Park South and Fifth Avenue in New York City. 1924  […]

Food & History: September 30

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Food & History: September 30 1861  William Wrigley, Jr. born. He was an advertising genius, and Wrigley’s became the largest chewing gum manufacturer in the […]

Food & History: September 21

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Food & History: September 21 1776  The Great Fire of 1776 in New York City. 1930  Chemist John T. Dorrance dies, he developed a method […]

Food & History: August 30

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Food & History: August 30 1812  Agoston Haraszthy de Mokcsa born.  He was responsible for importeing 1,400 varieties of grapevines to the Sanoma Valley in […]

Food & History: August 5

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Food & History: August 5 1858  French Chef and author Alexis Benoit Soyer dies. 1909  The first corporation tax was passed by the U.S. Congress. […]

Food & History: July 8

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Food & History: July 8 1831  John Styth Pemberton, the pharmacist who invented Coca-Cola is born. 1844  Mary Johnson Bailey Lincoln born, author of the original […]

Food & History: July 5

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Food & History: July 5 2006  Three people were arrested by the FBI for attempting to sell Coca-Cola trade secrets and recipes to Pepsi-Cola. Please […]

Plastic Epidemic

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The Plastic Epidemic It might seem crazy, but there are laws under consideration in New York and other states that will make plastic straws illegal. […]

Food & History: June 8

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Food & History: June 8 1784  Marie-Antoine Careme born, known as the “Chef of kings and the king of chefs.” 1786  The first advertisement for ice […]

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