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A Culinary History of Florida: Prickly Pears, Datil Peppers & Key Limes
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From the very first prickly pears harvested by Paleo-Indians more than twelve thousand years ago to the Seminole tribe's staple dish of sofkee, Florida's culinary history is as diverse as its geography. Italian, French, Creole, Spanish, Cuban, Greek, Mexican,…
United Cakes Of America: Recipes Celebrating Every State
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Loving cake is a natural part of Warren Brown’s constitution. Now, in order to form a more perfect union of flour, eggs, butter, and sugar, he’s offering his unique take on classic dessert recipes from all fifty states, plus Puerto Rico and…
The Troy Strawberry Festival: A History

The Troy Strawberry Festival: A History

by David Fong

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|April 19, 2021

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Stark County Food: From Early Farming to Modern Meals
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Whether it's homemade chicken pot pie, a steak from Baker's Café or a frozen custard at Meyer's Lake, the food of Stark County has made mouths water for generations. The region's unique soil nurtured an early boom in agriculture, and growers like K.W. Zellers…
Make Dinner Great Again - An American Cookbook: 40 Recipes That Keep Your Favorite President's Mind…
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Remember the good old days when men were men, women were women and a burger was a god**** burger?!!? Well, we at Dirty Girl Cookbooks are here to save the day. No more of these dishes that are for taking Instagram photos instead of, you know, actually EATING IT.…
Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Tradition
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With roots in Native American, African and European cooking traditions, Brunswick stew developed in colonial- and Federal-era Virginia, when squirrel was a necessary ingredient. By the nineteenth century, the mouthwatering delicacy had become an important part of…
Pennsylvania Scrapple: A Delectable History
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An essential food in Mid-Atlantic kitchens for hundreds of years, scrapple is the often-overlooked king of breakfast meats. Developed by German settlers of Pennsylvania, the slow food byproduct was created to avoid waste in the day's butchering. Pork trimmings…
Lost Providence

Lost Providence

by David Brussat

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|August 28, 2017

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Providence has one of the nation's most intact historic downtowns and is one of America's most beautiful cities. The history of architectural change in the city is one of lost buildings, urban renewal plans and challenges to preservation. The Narragansett…
Iconic Chicago Dishes, Drinks and Desserts
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The food that fuels hardworking Chicagoans needs to be hearty, portable and inexpensive. Enterprising locals transform standard fare into Chicago classics, including Spinning Salad, Flaming Saganaki, Jumpballs, Jim Shoes, Pizza Puffs and Pullman Bread. The…
Virginia Barbecue: A History

Virginia Barbecue: A History

by Joseph R. Haynes

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|September 12, 2016

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With more than four hundred years of history, Virginians lay claim to the invention of southern barbecue. Native Virginian Powhatan tribes slow roasted meat on wooden hurdles or grills. James Madison hosted grand barbecue parties during the colonial and federal…
Chesapeake Oysters: The Bay's Foundation and Future
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Crassostrea virginica, the eastern oyster. These humble bivalves are the living bones of the Chesapeake and the ecological and historical lifeblood of the region. When colonists first sailed these impossibly abundant shores, they described massive shoals of…
Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England: From Flips & Rattle-Skulls to Switchel & Spruce Beer
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Colonial New England was awash in ales, beers, wines, cider and spirits. Everyone from teenage farmworkers to our founding fathers imbibed heartily and often. Tipples at breakfast, lunch, teatime and dinner were the norm, and low-alcohol hard cider was sometimes…
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