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http://www.foodtimeline.org/
Editor's Pick The Food Timeline Open in a new browser window Editor's Pick
   Origins of foods, historic recipes, extensive teaching resources and web links.
   http://www.foodtimeline.org/

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http://www.godecookery.com/chaucer/ccookery.htm
A Chaucerian Cookery Open in a new browser window
   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.
   http://www.godecookery.com/chaucer/ccookery.htm
http://museum.agropolis.fr/english/default.htm
Agropolis Museum Open in a new browser window
   A science center dealing with topics such as food, nutrition, agriculture, with a historical approach on a worldwide scale.
   http://museum.agropolis.fr/english/default.htm
http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/wchuang/cooking/recipes/Roman/Ancient_Roman.html
Ancient Roman Dishes Open in a new browser window
   Recipes from Ancient Rome.
   http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/wchuang/cooking/recipes/Roman/Ancient_Roman.html
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/recipes/ethnic/historical/ant-rom-coll.html
Antique Roman Dishes- Collection Open in a new browser window
   Native Roman Ingredients and conversions, as well as recipes.
   http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/recipes/ethnic/historical/ant-rom-coll.html
http://applebees-founder.com/
Applebee's Founders Open in a new browser window
   First-person history of the fast-casual chain, from its founding to its acquisition by W.R. Grace.
   http://applebees-founder.com/
http://www.qmfound.com/army_subsistence_history.htm
Army Subsistence History Open in a new browser window
   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.
   http://www.qmfound.com/army_subsistence_history.htm
http://www.thousandeggs.com/
Cindy Renfrow Open in a new browser window
   Author of transcription/redaction of several fifteenth century European cookbooks. Food links.
   http://www.thousandeggs.com/
http://www.foodreference.com/html/historicevents.html
Culinary Events Calendar Open in a new browser window
   A calendar of food-related historical events, anniversaries and discoveries. Overview of the month and day by day listings.
   http://www.foodreference.com/html/historicevents.html
http://www.groceteria.com/
Did You Bring Bottles? Open in a new browser window
   A tour of American supermarket history and architecture from the 1920s through today. Historical photographs, maps, area histories.
   http://www.groceteria.com/
http://foodhistorynews.com
Food History News Open in a new browser window
   A Web site for the quarterly publication Food History News, a newsletter dedicated to the history of food in North America (and occasionally elsewhere).
   http://foodhistorynews.com
http://www.gol27.com/HistoryFood.html
History of Food Open in a new browser window
   Histories of tea, coffee, cheese, chocolate and a compliation of mediveal recipes from a variety of cultures.
   http://www.gol27.com/HistoryFood.html
http://palette.ecn.purdue.edu/~akcali/history.cuisine.html
History of Turkish Cuisine Open in a new browser window
   A report on the three eras of Turkish cooking development.
   http://palette.ecn.purdue.edu/~akcali/history.cuisine.html
http://www.leitesculinaria.com/writings/features/dining1.html
Leite's Culinaria, Inc: Dining Through the Decades Open in a new browser window
   A detailed recap of the food, trends and chefs of the 20th century. Recipes included.
   http://www.leitesculinaria.com/writings/features/dining1.html
http://www.lothene.demon.co.uk/crafts5.html
Lothene - A Short History of Porridge Open in a new browser window
   A brief history of the traditional Scottish dish from Roman times to the present.
   http://www.lothene.demon.co.uk/crafts5.html
http://www.medievalcookery.com
Medieval Cookery Open in a new browser window
   Recipes, information, and notes about cooking in medieval Europe.
   http://www.medievalcookery.com
http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/food.html
Medieval/Renaissance Food Homepage Open in a new browser window
   Articles, recipes, and summaries of books about Renaissance and Medieval cooking.
   http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/food.html
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/food/
Not by Bread Alone: America's Culinary Heritage Open in a new browser window
   An exhibit from the Cornell University Library. Includes information on early cookery books, food nutrition and science, kitchen technology, and food processing.
   http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/food/
http://www.indepthinfo.com/potato/
Potato! Open in a new browser window
   A short history of the potato with recipes, cultivation instructions, safety notes, a wine recipe, links and a bulletin board
   http://www.indepthinfo.com/potato/
http://scils.rutgers.edu/~sroczyns/food.html
Renaissance and Medieval Food and Drink Open in a new browser window
   An annotated bibliography of historical sites on the WWW about European food and drink during the Renaissance and Middle Ages.
   http://scils.rutgers.edu/~sroczyns/food.html
http://homepage3.nifty.com/maryy/eng/sushi_history.htm
Sushi History Open in a new browser window
   Chronology, origin and genealogy of sushi in Japan are concisely overviewed by a table and chart.
   http://homepage3.nifty.com/maryy/eng/sushi_history.htm
http://www.levins.com/pineapple.html
Symbolism of the Pineapple Open in a new browser window
   A brief history of how the pineapple has served as both a food and a symbol throughout the human history of the Americas.
   http://www.levins.com/pineapple.html
http://www.menumagazine.co.uk/book/azfood.htm
The A - Z of Exotic Foods Open in a new browser window
   A dictionary of herbs, spices, and foods giving their historical, magical and medicinal qualities.
   http://www.menumagazine.co.uk/book/azfood.htm
http://www.foodmuseum.com/
The Food Museum Open in a new browser window
   Online educational museum about everyone's favorite subject, food. All about potatoes, rice, figs. Programs and curriculum for schools.
   http://www.foodmuseum.com/
http://www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/
The Gallery of Regrettable Food Open in a new browser window
   Humorous articles satirizing cookbooks and food ads from the '30s through the '60s, including Meat! Meat! Meat! and The Unbearable Sadness of Vegetables.
   http://www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/
http://www.babybottle-museum.co.uk/
The History of Baby Feeding Open in a new browser window
   Photographs and drawings of bottles and feeding utensils, descriptions of their use and their place and impact in society.
   http://www.babybottle-museum.co.uk/
http://www.the-smorgasbord.com/
The Smorgasbord Open in a new browser window
   Articles on food history, science, recipes for kids, kitchenware and the political impact of food on society.
   http://www.the-smorgasbord.com/
http://www.spelt.com
The Spelt Pages Open in a new browser window
   Information site discussing the reintroduction and development of the ancient grain spelt Spelt is an ancient grain, a "grandparent" of modern wheats
   http://www.spelt.com
http://home.earthlink.net/~smcclune/stewpot/
The Stewpot Period Culinary Guild Open in a new browser window
   An unofficial guild dedicated to the practice and promotion of pre-seventeenth century cookery in the Society for Creative Anachronism.
   http://home.earthlink.net/~smcclune/stewpot/
http://www.tipsontables.com/
Tips on Tables Open in a new browser window
   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.
   http://www.tipsontables.com/
http://whendidithappen.com/restaurants/
When did it Happen? Open in a new browser window
   Restaurant franchise timeline from 1916 to 1999, compiled by Dacy Nottingham. Includes links to franchise sites.
   http://whendidithappen.com/restaurants/
http://www.foodhistory.com
foodhistory.com Open in a new browser window
   Food history publications by Patricia B. Mitchell. Documented anecdotal and written American traditions: colonial, Victorian, Civil War, ethnic, and Southern regional.
   http://www.foodhistory.com

Last Updated: 2007-09-02 07:57:13