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  • The 10 Greatest Hits in American Fast Food History | Photo Gallery - Images and short histories of Americans’ ten favorite fast foods.
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  • The A - Z of Exotic Foods - A dictionary of herbs, spices, and foods giving their historical, magical and medicinal qualities.
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  • Agropolis Museum - A science center dealing with topics such as food, nutrition, agriculture, with a historical approach on a worldwide scale.
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  • Antique Roman Dishes- Collection - Native Roman Ingredients and conversions, as well as recipes.
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  • Applebee's Founders - First-person history of the fast-casual chain, from its founding to its acquisition by W.R. Grace.
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  • Army Subsistence History - History of the food, food services and cooks in the U.S. Army dating back to the Civil War. Information provided by the Quartermaster Foundation.
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  • The Burgoo Page - Burgoo history and information. What is it? Where to get it? Who eats it?
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  • A Chaucerian Cookery - An examination of the foods found in the writings of the English poet Geoffrey Chaucer. Included is A Chaucerian Feast, which contains recipes and instructions for presenting a feast based on Chaucer.
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  • Cindy Renfrow - Author of transcription/redaction of several fifteenth century European cookbooks. Food links.
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  • Culinary Events Calendar - A calendar of food-related historical events, anniversaries and discoveries. Overview of the month and day by day listings.
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  • Did You Bring Bottles? - A tour of American supermarket history and architecture from the 1920s through today. Historical photographs, maps, area histories.
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  • The English Breakfast Society - Dedicated to the history and heritage of the traditional English breakfast.
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  • Food History Jottings - Blog of a historian of (mainly British and Italian) food culture, written by a professional chef and confectioner. Excellent historical images.
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  • Food History News - A Web site for the quarterly publication Food History News, a newsletter dedicated to the history of food in North America (and occasionally elsewhere).
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  • The Food Museum - Educational museum about everyone's favorite subject, food. All about potatoes, rice, figs. Programs and curriculum for schools.
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  • Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research - The official journal of the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS).
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  • foodhistory.com - Food history publications by Patricia B. Mitchell. Documented anecdotal and written American traditions: colonial, Victorian, Civil War, ethnic, and Southern regional.
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  • The Gallery of Regrettable Food - Humorous articles satirizing cookbooks and food ads from the '30s through the '60s, including Meat! Meat! Meat! and The Unbearable Sadness of Vegetables.
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  • Glossary : Prospect Books - An exhaustive glossary of cookery terminology from transcripts of English cookery texts of the17th and 18th centuries.
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  • The History Kitchen: History - A blog devoted to stories behind the food we eat. Mostly but not wholly American and Jewish food. Written by a culinary anthropologist, food writer, and recipe developer.
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  • The History of Baby Feeding - Photographs and drawings of bottles and feeding utensils, descriptions of their use and their place and impact in society.
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  • History of Greek Food - Greek culinary history and food stories.
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  • IEHCA -- Food and History - The official journal of the European Institute for the History and Culture of Food (IEHCA).
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  • Ken Albala's Food Rant - A food historian's blog in which he comments on and tries recipes, old and new, from across the globe.
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  • LacusCurtius • Apicius — De Re Coquinaria - An excellent, annotated English translation of the classic Roman cookbook "De Re Coquinaria," attributed to Apicius.
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  • Leite's Culinaria, Inc: Dining Through the Decades - A detailed recap of the food, trends and chefs of the 20th century. Recipes included.
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  • liquor is quicker - A food scientist's blog about the history of drink (and drinks) in America.
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  • Lucky Peach - A quarterly journal of food and writing. Each issue focuses on a single theme, and explores that theme through essays, art, photography, and recipes.
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  • Medieval Cookery - Recipes, information, and notes about cooking in medieval Europe.
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  • Medieval/Renaissance Food Homepage - Articles, recipes, and summaries of books about Renaissance and Medieval cooking.
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  • A More Recent History of the Ice Cream Cone - IceCreamJunkies.Com is a website with news on the latest history of the ice cream cone, as well as old-fashioned recipes and trivia on the dessert.
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  • Not by Bread Alone: America's Culinary Heritage - An exhibit from the Cornell University Library. Includes information on early cookery books, food nutrition and science, kitchen technology, and food processing.
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  • The Potato Museum - The online site for the non-profit Potato Museum celebrates the potato and provides information for educators.
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  • Potato! - A short history of the potato with recipes, cultivation instructions, safety notes, a wine recipe, links and a bulletin board
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  • Rachel Laudan - A food historian's commentary on current culinary events and their historical significance.
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  • The Stewpot Period Culinary Guild - An unofficial guild dedicated to the practice and promotion of pre-seventeenth century cookery in the Society for Creative Anachronism.
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  • Sushi History - Chronology, origin and genealogy of sushi in Japan are concisely overviewed by a table and chart.
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  • Symbolism of the Pineapple - A brief history of how the pineapple has served as both a food and a symbol throughout the human history of the Americas.
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  • Tips on Tables - Vintage reviews of famous nightclubs and restaurants, mostly from the New York City area, viewed here for the first time since they were published in the 1940s and 50s.
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  • University of Houston Digital Library: 1850-1860's Hotel and Restaurant Menu Collection images - Digitized menus from the mid-1800s.
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  • When did it Happen? - Restaurant franchise timeline from 1916 to 1999, compiled by Dacy Nottingham. Includes links to franchise sites.
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  • Lunch Hour NYC | The New York Public Library - An exhibition at the NY Public Library all about the history of the fast-paced NY lunch. (October 05, 2012)
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