Food & History: December 16

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Food & History: December 16 1773  The Boston Tea Party begins the American Revolution when a group of men dressed as Indians, boarded ships and […]

Food & History: December 7

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Food & History: December 7 1879  Charles Lavelle Broley born in Canada, he was one of the first to implicate DDT as a toxic pesticide […]

Food & History: December 5

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Food & History: December 5 1870  French writer Alexandre Dumas dies. Author of ‘Grande Dictionnaire de la cuisine,’ which he finished a just a few […]

Food & History: November 15

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Food & History: November 15 1660  Asser Levy from Portugal becomes the first butcher to sell kosher meat in New York City (then known as […]

Risotto

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Risotto Risotto is an Italian short grain Arborio rice.  It is a creamy delicious rice which is wet compared to dry like other cooked rice. […]

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 28

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Food & History: August 28 1798  The first American vineyard planted in Lexington, Kentucky. 1837  John Lea and William Perrins of Worcester, England begin manufacturing […]

Food & History: August 24

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Food & History: August 24 1795  Reverend Samuel Henshall receives patent for the corkscrew. 1869  Cornelius Swarthout receives a US patent for a stovetop waffle […]

Food & History: July 29

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Food & History: July 29 1835  First successful sugar plantation in Hawaii established by Ladd & Co. 1866  Barbe-Nicole Clicquot dies, The Grand Dame of […]

Food & History: July 6

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Food & History: July 6 1615  Furuta Shigenari (Furuta Oribe) dies. A Japanese master of the tea ceremony. 1799  Michael Thomas Bass, Jr. was born, […]

The Polynesian NYC

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The Polynesian Tiki Bar at the Pod Hotel It might not be easy to find, but about 4 Flight upstairs of the Pod Hotel in […]

Food & History: July 4

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Food & History: July 4 1776  The 13 Colonies declare independence from Great Britain and become the United States of America. 1848 Francois Auguste René Vicomte […]

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