Food and Drink in American History: A "Full Course" Encyclopedia

Editor/Author Smith andrew F.
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Single-User Purchase Price: $310.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $465.00
ISBN: 978-1-61-069232-8
Category: Food, Drink, Nutrition
Image Count: 192
Book Status: Available
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This three-volume encyclopedia on the history of American food and beverages serves as an ideal companion resource for social studies and American history courses, covering topics ranging from early American Indian foods to mandatory nutrition information at fast food restaurants.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Primary Sources
  • Guide to Related Topics
  • Preface
  • Chronology
  • Introduction
  • VOLUME 1
  • Food and Drink in American History, [A–L],
  • A
  • A&P
  • ABALONE
  • ADVERTISING
  • AFRICAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTATION AND RESEARCH
  • AGRICULTURE, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF.
  • AIRPLANES AND FOOD
  • ALASKAN FOOD
  • ALCOTT, WILLIAM A.
  • ALMONDS
  • ALPHA BETA
  • AMARANTH
  • AMERICAN FOOD IN THE 21ST CENTURY
  • AMERICAN INDIAN FOOD
  • AMISH AND MENNONITE FOOD
  • ANCHOVIES
  • ANHEUSER-BUSCH
  • ANIMAL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
  • APPALACHIAN FOOD
  • APPETIZERS
  • APPLEBEE'S
  • APPLEJACK
  • APPLE JUICE
  • APPLES
  • APRICOTS
  • AQUACULTURE
  • ARAB AMERICAN FOOD
  • ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND
  • ARMOUR, PHILIP DANFORTH
  • ARTICHOKES
  • ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS
  • ASEPTIC PACKAGING
  • ASPARAGUS
  • ATKINS, ROBERT C.
  • ATWATER, WILBUR O.
  • AUNT JEMIMA
  • AUTOMATS
  • AUTOMOBILES and FOOD
  • AVOCADOS
  • B
  • BABY FOOD
  • BAGELS
  • BAKED ALASKA
  • BAKERIES AND BAKERY GOODS
  • BANANAS AND PLANTAINS
  • BARBECUE
  • BARLEY
  • BARLOW, JOEL
  • BARS
  • BASTIANICH, LIDIA
  • BATALI, MARIO
  • BEANS
  • BEARD, JAMES
  • BEECHER, CATHARINE ESTHER
  • BEEF
  • BEER
  • BEER GARDENS
  • BERRIES
  • BETTY CROCKER
  • BEVERAGES
  • BIRDSEYE, CLARENCE
  • BIRTHDAY FOOD
  • BISTROS
  • BLACK-EYED PEAS.
  • BLOT, PIERRE
  • BLUEBERRIES
  • BOARDINGHOUSES
  • BORDEN, GAIL
  • BORSCHT
  • BOTTLING
  • BOUILLABAISSE
  • BOURBON
  • BRADY, DIAMOND JIM
  • BRAND
  • BRANDY
  • BRAZIL NUTS
  • BREAD
  • BREAKFAST
  • BREWING
  • BRILLAT-SAVARIN, JEAN ANTHELME
  • BROCCOLI
  • BROWNIES
  • BRUNCH
  • BRUSSELS SPROUT
  • BUDDHISM AND FOOD
  • BUDWEISER.
  • BUFFALO
  • BUFFALO WINGS
  • BULLOCK, TOM
  • BUMBLE BEE FOODS
  • BURBANK, LUTHER
  • BURGER KING
  • BURR, HATTIE A.
  • BURRITO
  • BUTTER
  • C
  • CABBAGE
  • CADBURY
  • CADBURY SCHWEPPES
  • CAFETERIAS
  • CAJUN AND CREOLE FOOD
  • CAKES
  • CALIFORNIA FOOD
  • CAMPBELL'S KIDS
  • CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY
  • CANALS AND FOOD
  • CANAPéS
  • CANDY
  • CANNIBALISM
  • CANNING
  • CANNING JARS.
  • CANOLA
  • CARAMELS
  • CARBONATION
  • CARHOPS
  • CARROTS
  • CARVER, GEORGE WASHINGTON
  • CASHEWS
  • CASSAVA
  • CASSEROLES
  • CATHOLICISM AND FOOD
  • CAULIFLOWER
  • CELEBRITY CHEFS
  • CELERY
  • CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
  • CENTRAL AMERICAN FOOD
  • CEREALS
  • CHAINS
  • CHAMPAGNE
  • CHEESE
  • CHEESECAKE
  • CHERRIES
  • CHESTNUTS
  • CHICKEN
  • CHICKEN À LA KING
  • CHICKEN OF THE SEA
  • CHICKPEAS
  • CHILD, JULIA
  • CHILI PEPPERS
  • CHINESE AMERICAN FOOD
  • CHOCOLATE
  • CHOCOLATE BEVERAGES
  • CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONS
  • CHOWDER
  • CHOWDER, MANHATTAN CLAM
  • CHRISTMAS FOOD
  • CIDER
  • CIRCUS FOOD
  • CIVIL WAR FOOD
  • CLAIBORNE, CRAIG
  • CLAMBAKE
  • CLAMS
  • COCA-COLA COMPANY
  • COCKTAILS
  • COCONUTS
  • COD
  • COFFEE
  • COFFEEHOUSEs
  • COLLARD GREENS
  • COLLINS, ANGELINA MARIA
  • COLONIAL FOOD
  • COMMUNITY-SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
  • CONAGRA FOODS
  • CONCENTRATED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS
  • CONDIMENTS
  • CONSTELLATION BRANDS
  • CONTAINERS, SHIPPING
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • COOKBOOKLETS
  • COOKBOOKS
  • COOKIES
  • COOKING SCHOOLS
  • COORS BREWING COMPANY
  • CORN
  • CORN CHIPS
  • CORSON, JULIET
  • COUNTERCULTURE FOOD
  • COVERINGS.
  • COWPEAS
  • CRABS
  • CRACKER JACK
  • CRACKERS
  • CRANBERRIES
  • CROISSANTS
  • CROLY, JANE CUNNINGHAM
  • CROWELL, HENRY PARSONS
  • CUBAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • CUCUMBERS
  • CULINARY ORGANIZATIONS
  • CUNNINGHAM, MARION
  • Cupcakes
  • CUPS
  • CURTIS, ISABEL GORDON
  • CUTLERY
  • D
  • DAIRY
  • DATES
  • DAVIS, ADELLE
  • DEEN, PAULA
  • DELICATESSENS
  • DELMONICO's
  • DEL MONTE FOODS
  • DENNY's
  • DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, U.S.
  • DEPRESSION-ERA FOOD
  • DESSERTS
  • DIETING
  • DINERS
  • DINING ROOMS IN HOTELS
  • DINNER
  • DINNERWARE.
  • Dominican American Food
  • DOUGHNUTS
  • DRIVE-INS
  • DRIVE-THRUS
  • DR PEPPER
  • DR PEPPER SNAPPLE GROUP
  • DRYING
  • DUCK
  • DUMPLINGS
  • DUNKIN’ BRANDS
  • DUPONT
  • E
  • E.&J. GALLO WINERY
  • EASTER FOOD
  • EDIBLE FUNGI.
  • EGGPLANT
  • EGGS
  • ENCHILADAS
  • ENERGY DRINKS
  • EVANS, OLIVER
  • F
  • FACTORY FARMS
  • FAIR FOOD
  • FAIR TRADE
  • FARM BILLS
  • FARMER, FANNIE MERRITT
  • FARMERS’ MARKETS
  • FARM MECHANIZATion
  • FAST CASUAL RESTAURANTs
  • FAST FOOD
  • FAST FOOD NATION
  • FATS AND OILS
  • FIGS
  • FILBERTS
  • FILIPINO AMERICAN FOOD
  • FILIPPINI, ALESSANDRO
  • FILMS AND FOOD
  • FISH, FRESHWATER
  • FISH, SALTWATER
  • FISH AND CHIPS
  • FISHER, ABBY
  • FISHER, MARY FRANCES KENNEDY
  • FLATWARE.
  • FOLGERS
  • FOOD ADDITIVES
  • FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRAtion
  • FOOD-BORNE ILLNESSES
  • FOOD CONTESTS
  • FOOD CONTROVERSIES
  • FOOD CO-OPS
  • FOOD COURTS
  • FOOD DESERTS
  • FOOD FESTIVALS AND FAIRS
  • FOOD IMPORTS
  • FOOD LABELING
  • FOOD MILES
  • FOOD NETWORK
  • FOOD PERIODICALS
  • FOOD STAMPS
  • FOOD TRANSPORTATION
  • FOOD TRUCKS
  • FOURTH OF JULY FOOD
  • FRANCHISING
  • FREEZING
  • FRENCH FRIES
  • FRENCH INFLUENCE ON AMERICAN FOOD
  • FRESHWATER FISH.
  • FRITO-LAY
  • FROG LEGS
  • FROZEN FOODS
  • FRUIT
  • FRUIT JUICE
  • FUDGE
  • FUNGI, EDIBLE.
  • FUSION FOODS
  • G
  • GAME
  • GARLIC
  • GAZPACHO
  • GEESE
  • GELATIN
  • GENERAL FOODS
  • GENERAL MILLS
  • GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD
  • GERMAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • GILLETTE, FANNY LEMIRA
  • GIN
  • GIRL SCOUT COOKIES
  • GLASSE, HANNAH
  • GLASSWARE
  • GLOBALIZATION
  • GLUTEN-FREE DIETS
  • GRAHAM, SYLVESTER
  • GRAND UNION
  • GRANOLA
  • GRAPEFRUIT
  • GRAPE JUICE
  • GRAPES
  • GRAVIES.
  • GRAVY BOATS
  • GREEK AMERICAN FOOD
  • GREENBAUM, FLORENCE KREISLER
  • GRINDERS.
  • GROCERY STORES
  • GUAVA
  • GULF COAST FOOD
  • GUMBO AND OKRA SOUP
  • H
  • HAITIAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • HALAL
  • HALE, SARAH JOSEPHA
  • HALLOWEEN FOOD
  • HAMBURGERS
  • HARLAND, MARION
  • HASTY PUDDING
  • HAWAIIAN FOOD
  • Hazelnuts.
  • HEALTH FOOD
  • HEARN, PATRICIO LAFCADIO TESSIMA CARLOS
  • HENDERSON, MARY FOOTE
  • HERBS AND SPICES
  • HERSHEY, MILTON SNAVELY
  • HERSHEY COMPANY
  • HESS, JOHN L. AND KAREN
  • HICKORY NUTS
  • HIGH-FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP
  • HIGHWAYS AND FOOD
  • HINDUS AND FOOD
  • HINES, DUNCAN
  • H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
  • HOME ECONOMICS
  • HOMESTEAD ACT
  • HONEY
  • HOSTESS BRANDS
  • HOT DOGS
  • HOWLAND, ESTHER ALLEN
  • HUNT FOODS
  • I
  • ICE
  • ICES AND ICE CREAM
  • INDIAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • INSECTS
  • INTERNET
  • IRISH AMERICAN FOOD
  • ITALIAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • J
  • JAMS AND JELLIES.
  • JAPANESE AMERICAN FOOD
  • JARS.
  • JELL-O
  • JERKY
  • JERUSALEM ARTICHOKES
  • JEWISH AMERICAN FOOD
  • JOHNNYCAKE
  • JUNK FOOD
  • K
  • KALE
  • KARCHER, CARL N.
  • KARO CORN SYRUP
  • KEEBLER
  • KELLOGG, JOHN HARVEY AND WILL KEITH KELLOGG
  • KELLOGG COMPANY
  • KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
  • KETCHUP
  • KING KULLEN
  • KITCHENS
  • KIWIFRUIT
  • KOOL-AID
  • KOREAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • KOSHER FOOD
  • KRAFT FOODS
  • KROC, RAY
  • KROGER Co.
  • KWANZAA
  • L
  • LAGASSE, EMERIL
  • LAMB
  • LAPPé, FRANCES MOORE
  • LARD
  • LATINO AMERICAN FOOD.
  • LEA, ELIZABETH
  • LEEKS
  • LEMONS AND LIMES
  • LESLIE, ELIZA
  • LETTUCE
  • LEWIS, EDNA
  • LICORICE
  • LIMES.
  • LINCOLN, MARY J.
  • LOBSTER
  • LUNCH
  • VOLUME 2
  • Food and Drink in American History, [M–Z],
  • M
  • MACADAMIA NUTS
  • M&M'S
  • MACARONI
  • MACAUSLAND, EARLE
  • MANGOES
  • MAPLE SYRUP
  • MARGARINE
  • MARS, FORREST EDWARD
  • MARS, FRANK
  • MARS, INC.
  • MARSHMALLOWS
  • MASON AND OTHER JARS
  • MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
  • MAYONNAISE
  • MCCORMICK, CYRUS HALL
  • MCDONALD'S
  • MEAL PATTERNS
  • MEAT
  • MEAT INSPECTION ACT
  • MEATPACKINg INDUSTRY
  • MELONS
  • MENNONITE FOOD.
  • MENU LABELING
  • MEXICAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • MICROBREWING
  • MICROWAVE OVENS
  • MIDWESTERN FOOD
  • MILITARY FOOD
  • MILK
  • MILKSHAKES
  • MILLER BREWING COMPANY
  • MILLING
  • MOLASSES
  • MONDAVI, ROBERT
  • MONDELēZ INTERNATIONAL
  • MONSANTO
  • MOONSHINE
  • MORMONS AND FOOD
  • MORRILL LAND-GRANT COLLEGE ACT
  • MOUNTAIN STATES FOOD
  • MR. PEANUT
  • MUFFINS
  • MUSHROOMS AND OTHER EDIBLE FUNGI
  • MUSTARD
  • N
  • NABISCO
  • NATIONAL PROHIBITION ACT.
  • NATIVE AMERICAN FOOD.
  • NECTARINES
  • NESTLé
  • NEW ENGLAND FOOD
  • NEW YEAR'S FOOD
  • NEW YORK FOOD
  • NIDETCH, JEAN
  • NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
  • NOUVELLE CUISINE
  • NUTRITION
  • NUTRITIONAL GUIDELINES
  • NUTRITION LABELING AND EDUCATION ACT
  • NUTS
  • O
  • OATS
  • OBESITY
  • OILS.
  • OKRA
  • OLIVES
  • OMELETS
  • ONIONS
  • ORANGE JUICE
  • ORANGES
  • ORGANIC FOOD
  • OSCAR MAYER & Co.
  • OYSTERS
  • P
  • PACIFIC NORTHWEST FOOD
  • PACKAGING
  • PANCAKES
  • PAPAYAS
  • PARLOA, MARIA
  • PASSOVER FOOD
  • PEACHES
  • PEANUT BUTTER
  • PEANUTS
  • PEARS
  • PEAS
  • PECANS
  • PEMMICAN
  • PéPIN, JACQUES
  • PEPPER
  • PEPSICo
  • PERDUE FARMS
  • PERRIER
  • PERSIMMONS
  • PICKLES
  • PICNICS
  • PIES AND TARTS
  • PIGGLY WIGGLY
  • PILGRIM'S PRIDE
  • PILLSBURY
  • PILLSBURY DOUGHBOY
  • PINEAPPLES
  • PINE NUTS
  • PINNACLE FOODS
  • PISTACHIO NUTS
  • PIZZA
  • PIZZA HUT
  • PLANTAINS.
  • PLASTIC BAGS AND COVERINGS
  • PLATES.
  • PLUMS
  • POLLAN, MICHAEL
  • POMEGRANATES
  • POP.
  • POPCORN
  • POPSICLE
  • PORK
  • POST, CHARLES W.
  • POST FOODS
  • POST–WORLD WAR II FOOD (1946–2000)
  • POTATO CHIPS
  • POTATOES
  • POULTRY
  • PRALINES
  • PRE-COLUMBIAN FOOD (16000 BCE–1600 CE)
  • PRESERVES
  • PRESIDENTIAL FOOD
  • PRETZELS
  • PROHIBITION
  • PUCK, WOLFGANG
  • PUDDINGS
  • PUERTO RICAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • PUMPERNICKEL
  • PUMPKINS
  • Q
  • QUAKER OATS
  • QUAKER OATS MAN
  • QUINOA
  • R
  • RADISH
  • RAILROADS AND FOOD
  • RALPHS
  • RANDOLPH, MARY
  • RANHOFER, CHARLES
  • RAY, RACHAEL
  • REDENBACHER, ORVILLE CLARENCE
  • REFRIGERATION
  • RELIGION AND FOOD
  • RESTAURANTS
  • RHUBARB
  • RICE
  • RICHARDS, ELLEN
  • RODALE, JEROME I.
  • ROMBAUER, IRMA
  • RONALD McDONALD
  • ROOT BEER
  • RORER, SARAH TYSON
  • RUM
  • RUSH, BENJAMIN
  • RUTLEDGE, SARAH
  • S
  • SAFEWAY
  • SALAD DRESSINGS
  • SALADS
  • SALISBURY STEAK
  • SALMON
  • SALOONS
  • SALSA
  • SALT
  • SALTWATER FISH.
  • SANDERS, HARLAND
  • SANDWICHES
  • SARA LEE
  • SASHIMI.
  • SAUCES AND GRAVIES
  • SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • SCHLOSSER, ERIC
  • SCHOOL FOOD
  • SCHULTZ, HOWARD
  • SCHWEPPES
  • SCOTCH WHISKEY
  • SEAFOOD
  • SEED COMPANIES
  • 7-ELEVEN
  • SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS AND FOOD
  • 7-UP
  • SHAD
  • SHAKERS AND FOOD
  • SHERRY
  • SHIPPING CONTAINERS.
  • SHIPS AND FOOD
  • SHRIMP
  • SHUMAN, CARRIE V.
  • SIGNAGE
  • SIKH AMERICAN FOOD
  • SILVERWARE.
  • SIMMONS, Amelia
  • SINCLAIR, UPTON
  • SLAVE FOOD
  • SLAVIC AMERICAN FOOD
  • SLOW FOOD
  • SMOOTHIES
  • SNACK FOOD
  • SNICKERS
  • SODA FOUNTAINS
  • SODA POP.
  • SODIUM.
  • SOFT DRINKS
  • SORGHUM
  • SOUPS
  • SOURDOUGH BREAD
  • SOUTH AMERICAN FOOD
  • SOUTHERN FOOD
  • SOUTHWESTERN FOOD
  • SOYBEANS
  • SOY SAUCE
  • SPAM
  • SPEAKEASIES
  • SPICES.
  • SPINACH
  • SPIRITS
  • SPORTFISHING
  • SPORTING EVENT FOOD
  • SPORTS DRINKS
  • SQUASH
  • STARBUCKS
  • STARKIST
  • STEWART, MARTHA KOSTYRA
  • STEWS
  • STRAWBERRIES
  • STREET VENDORS
  • STUFFING
  • SUBS AND GRINDERS
  • SUBWAY
  • SUGAR
  • SUGAR BEETS
  • SUNFLOWERS
  • SUPERMARKETS
  • SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP).
  • SUSHI AND SASHIMI
  • SWANSON
  • SWEET POTATOES
  • SWIFT, GUSTAVUS FRANKLIN
  • T
  • TABLEWARE
  • TACO BELL
  • TACOS
  • TAFFY
  • TAKEOUT FOOD
  • TAPIOCA.
  • TARTS.
  • TAVERNS
  • TEA
  • TEAPOTS
  • TEAROOMS
  • TELEVISION AND FOOD
  • TELEVISION FOOD NETWORK.
  • TEMPERANCE
  • TEQUILA
  • TERHUNE, MARY VIRGINIA.
  • THAI AMERICAN FOOD
  • THANKSGIVING
  • THOMAS, R. DAVID
  • TOASTERS
  • TOMATO JUICE
  • TOMATOES
  • TORTILLAS
  • TRADER JOE'S
  • TROUT
  • TRUCKS AND FOOD
  • TUNA
  • TURKEY
  • TURTLE SOUP
  • TV DINNERS
  • TYSON FOODS
  • U
  • UNCLE BEN's
  • UPLAND SOUTH FOOD
  • V
  • VALENTINE'S DAY CANDY
  • VANILLA
  • VEGANS.
  • VEGETABLES
  • VEGETARIANS AND VEGANS
  • VENDING MACHINES
  • VICTORIAN AMERICAN FOOD (1865–1910)
  • VIETNAMESE AMERICAN FOOD
  • VINEGAR
  • VODKA
  • VOLSTEAD ACT
  • W
  • WAFFLES
  • WALMART
  • WALNUTS
  • WATER
  • WATER, BOTTLED
  • WATERMELON
  • WATERS, ALICE
  • WAXED PAPER
  • WEDDING FOOD
  • WEIGHT WATCHERS.
  • WENDY'S
  • WEST INDIAN AMERICAN FOOD
  • WHEAT
  • WHISKEY
  • WHISKEY REBELLION
  • WHITE CASTLE
  • WHOLE FOODS MARKET
  • WILCOX, ESTELLE WOODS
  • WILEY, HARVEY WASHINGTON
  • WINE
  • WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION
  • WONDER BREAD
  • WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION
  • WORLD WAR I–ERA FOOD
  • WORLD WAR II–ERA FOOD
  • Y
  • YAMS
  • YEAST
  • YOGURT
  • YOUTH DRINKS
  • YUM! BRANDS
  • Z
  • ZAGAT
  • VOLUME 3
  • Documents, 1539–2010,
  • 1539 • 1 • HERNANDO DE SOTO’S EXPEDITION
  • 1590 • 2 • THOMAS HARIOT’S DESCRIPTION AND DEPICTION OF INHABITANTS
  • 1608 • 3 • JOHN SMITH, THE GENERALL HISTORIE OF VIRGINIA
  • 1621 • 4 • EDWARD WINSLOW, “LETTER SENT FROM NEW-ENGLAND TO A FRIEND”
  • 1630 • 5 • “FRANCIS HIGGINSON’S NEW-ENGLAND'S PLANTATIONS”
  • 1665 • 6 • VAN DER, DONCK, DESCRIPTION OF NEW NETHERLAND
  • 1672 • 7 • JOHN JOSSELYN, NEW-ENGLAND RARITIES DISCOVERED
  • 1704 • 8 • LEONARD WELSTED, “OF APPLE-PYES”
  • 1705 • 9 • ROBERT BEVERLY, HISTORY OF VIRGINIA
  • 1714 • 10 • JOHN LAWSON, THE HISTORY OF CAROLINA
  • 1728 • 11 • WILLIAM BYRD, DIARY ENTRY ON AN EXPEDITION TO MARK THE NORTH CAROLINA–VIRGINIA BORDER
  • 1733 • 12 • FOOD IN THE PENNSYLVANIA GAZETTE
  • 1749 • 13 • PEHR KALM, TRAVELS INTO NORTH AMERICA
  • 1750 • 14 • A SLAVE SONG
  • 1759 • 15 • ISRAEL ACRELIUS, “ORDER OF MEALS” AND “DRINKS USED IN NORTH AMERICA”
  • 1773 • 16 • “AN IMPARTIAL OBSERVER,” ACCOUNT OF THE BOSTON TEA PARTY
  • 1778 • 17 • GEORGE WASHINGTON, “TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY, AND DELAWARE”
  • 1789 • 18 • BENJAMIN RUSH, ENQUIRY INTO THE EFFECTS OF SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS
  • 1792 • 19 • ALEXANDER HAMILTON, REPORT ON THE DIFFICULTIES OF TAXING DISTILLED SPIRITS
  • 1794 • 20 • JEAN ANTHELME BRILLAT-SAVARIN, PHYSIOLOGY OF TASTE
  • 1796 • 21 • AMELIA SIMMONS, AMERICAN COOKERY
  • 1796 • 22 • JOEL BARLOW, “THE HASTY-PUDDING”
  • 1804 • 23 • CONSTANTIN-FRANÇOIS DE VOLNEY, “THE MOST RADICAL CAUSES OF ALL THEIR DISEASES”
  • 1823 • 24 • JAMES FENIMORE COOPER, “SHOOTING THE CHRISTMAS TURKEY”
  • 1823 • 25 • ADAM HODGSON, “THE PROFUSION AND WASTE USUALLY EXHIBITED AT MEALS”
  • 1827 • 26 • SARAH JOSEPHA HALE, “OUR THANKSGIVING DINNER”
  • 1832 • 27 • FRANCES TROLLOPE, DOMESTIC MANNERS OF THE AMERICANS
  • 1833 • 28 • THOMAS HAMILTON, “DINNER AT NIBLO'S,” “BREAKFAST AT THE HOTEL,” AND “NEW YORK PARTIES”
  • 1834 • 29 • ASA GREENE, THE PERILS OF PEARL STREET
  • 1834 • 30 • DAVY CROCKETT’S FIRST POLITICAL SPEECH
  • 1835 • 31 • WILLIAM A. ALCOTT, “TEA DRINKING A WASTE AND A CRIME”
  • 1836 • 32 • CHARLES BALL, SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES
  • 1837 • 33 • HARRIET MARTINEAU, DINNER IN SOUTH CAROLINA
  • 1838 • 34 • “INTOXICATING DRINKS NOT NECESSARY TO MEN IN HEALTH”
  • 1838 • 35 • JAMES FENIMORE COOPER, THE AMERICAN DEMOCRAT
  • 1838 • 36 • KENTUCKY BARBECUE ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
  • 1838 • 37 • WILLIAM A. ALCOTT, “SUMMARY OF LEADING PRINCIPLES”
  • 1839 • 38 • “THE TOMATO”
  • 1839 • 39 • SYLVESTER GRAHAM, LECTURES ON THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN LIFE
  • 1839 • 40 • SARAH JOSEPHA HALE, “SOUPS AND GRAVIES”
  • 1839 • 41 • FREDERICK MARRYAT, A DIARY IN AMERICA
  • 1840 • 42 • SAMUEL PRESCOTT HILDRETH, LIFE IN A TAVERN
  • 1845 • 43 • JAMES FENIMORE COOPER, “STARVATION IS A SERIOUS MATTER AT ANY TIME”
  • 1846 • 44 • RICHARD SMITH ELLIOTT, “LIFE IN NEW MEXICO”
  • 1847 • 45 • WILLIAM W. BROWN, EATING WHILE ESCAPING SLAVERY
  • 1847 • 46 • “THE GROUND PEA OF THE SOUTH”
  • 1849 • 47 • “HOW YOU FEED YOUR NEGROES”
  • 1849 • 48 • SLAVE FOOD
  • 1851 • 49 • HERMAN MELVILLE, “CHOWDER”
  • 1851 • 50 • NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE, THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES
  • 1852 • 51 • “McCORMICK'S CELEBRATED GRAIN-REAPER AND GRASS-CUTTER”
  • 1852 • 52 • HARRIET BEECHER STOWE’S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
  • 1853 • 53 • WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS, “MAIZE IN MILK: A CHRISTMAS STORY OF THE SOUTH”
  • 1853 • 54 • “POP, POP”
  • 1854 • 55 • “HISTORY OF BEER”
  • 1854 • 56 • HENRY DAVID THOREAU, “THE BEAN-FIELD”
  • 1855 • 57 • THE HASTY PUDDING CLUB, “PUDDING SONG”
  • 1855 • 58 • FREDERICK DOUGLASS, MY BONDAGE AND MY FREEDOM
  • 1857 • 59 • SARAH J. HALE, “COOKERY, AS AN ART”
  • 1857 • 60 • THOMAS BUTLER GUNN, “THE VEGETARIAN BOARDING-HOUSE (AS IT WAS)”
  • 1858 • 61 • HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW, “CATAWBA WINE”
  • 1858 • 62 • Charles A. Goodrich, “Food”
  • 1858 • 63 • JOHN L. MASON, “IMPROVEMENT IN SCREW-NECK BOTTLES”
  • 1859 • 64 • CHARLES MACKAY, “THE CHIEF WEALTH OF CINCINNATI IS DERIVED FROM THE HOGS”
  • 1859 • 65 • “CLAM-BAKE”
  • 1859 • 66 • “AN EIGHT DAY'S TRIP IN THE MOUNTAINS”
  • 1861 • 67 • HARRIET A. JACOBS, “THE NEW MASTER AND MISTRESS”
  • 1862 • 68 • LUCIUS B. NORTHROP, “CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, SUBSISTENCE DEPT.”
  • 1862 • 69 • THE PACIFIC RAILWAY ACT
  • 1862 • 70 • “AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE”
  • 1862 • 71 • MORRILL LAND-GRANT COLLEGE ACT
  • 1863 • 72 • EDWARD PERON HINGSTON, THE ART OF BARTENDING
  • 1863 • 73 • BREAD RIOTS IN RICHMOND
  • 1863 • 74 • “A REBEL BILL OF FARE”
  • 1864 • 75 • E. N. HORSFORD, “THE ARMY RATION”
  • 1864 • 76 • “DAIRY FARMING AND CHEESE MAKING”
  • 1864 • 77 • “TURKEYS FOR THE SAILORS”
  • 1864 • 78 • “THE LATE DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY”
  • 1865 • 79 • JAMES H. W. HUCKINS, “IMPROVED TOMATO SOUP”
  • 1867 • 80 • THOMAS F. DEVOE, “GOING TO MARKET”
  • 1868 • 81 • LOUISA MAY ALCOTT, “THE HISTORY OF A SQUASH”
  • 1868 • 82 • GAIL BORDEN, “AN EMINENT INVENTOR”
  • 1868 • 83 • JOSEPH G. MCCOY, “SHIPPING EXTRA CHOICE CATTLE”
  • 1876 • 84 • ESTELLE WILCOX, “EASTER SUNDAY”
  • 1880 • 85 • MARK TWAIN’S FAVORITE AMERICAN FOODS
  • 1882 • 86 • ABRAM C. DAYTON, LAST DAYS OF KNICKERBOCKER LIFE IN NEW YORK
  • 1883 • 87 • GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA, AMERICA REVISITED
  • 1885 • 88 • MARKETS OF NEW ORLEANS
  • 1889 • 89 • MARION HARLAN, “SOUP-MAKING”
  • 1890 • 90 • WARD MCALLISTER, “GIVING PICNICS AT MY FARM”
  • 1894 • 91 • JOHN HARVEY KELLOGG, “WHAT ARE FOODS?”
  • 1894 • 92 • “THE STEAM PEANUT AND POP CORN INDUSTRY”
  • 1894 • 93 • CHARLES RANHOFER, THE EPICUREAN
  • 1894 • 94 • TAMALE DE CARNE
  • 1895 • 95 • JOHN G. BOURKE, “THE FOLK-FOODS OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND NORTHERN MEXICO”
  • 1896 • 96 • FANNIE FARMER, “HOW TO MEASURE”
  • 1896 • 97 • “IN A SANDWICH CAR”
  • 1896 • 98 • CRACKER JACK, “SOMETHING NEW”
  • 1896 • 99 • PECANS
  • 1896 • 100 • HORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL, “SEA FISHING IN CALIFORNIAN WATERS”
  • 1897 • 101 • LOUIS HUGHES, “FOURTH OF JULY BARBECUE”
  • 1906 • 102 • UPTON SINCLAIR, THE JUNGLE
  • 1906 • 103 • PURE FOOD AND DRUG ACT
  • 1906 • 104 • MEAT INSPECTION ACT
  • 1910 • 105 • “C. W. POST FAKER”
  • 1911 • 106 • BROOKER T. WASHINGTON, “ALL-DAY MEETING”
  • 1912 • 107 • MENUS FROM THE TITANIC, APRIL 1912
  • 1913 • 108 • HENRY T. FINCK, “GASTRONOMIC AMERICA”
  • 1913 • 109 • MARTHA MCCULLOCH-WILLIAMS, “THERE WAS BARBECUE, AND AGAIN THERE WERE BARBECUES”
  • 1914 • 110 • GAILLARD HUNT, “THE NATIONAL COOKERY”
  • 1914 • 111 • SMITH-LEVER ACT
  • 1918 • 112 • PAULINE DUNWELL PARTRIDGE AND HESTER MARTHA CONKLIN, WHEATLESS AND MEATLESS DAYS
  • 1919 • 113 • “IS THIS THE BIGGEST FARM IN THE WORLD?”
  • 1919 • 114 • HARVEY V. WILEY, “SOFT DRINKS”
  • 1919 • 115 • EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT
  • 1919 • 116 • FLORENCE KREISLER GREENBAUM, “PASSOVER DISHES”
  • 1919 • 117 • ZANE GREY, “THE GIANT TUNA”
  • 1919 • 118 • NATIONAL PROHIBITION ACT
  • 1930 • 119 • HORACE BOWKER, “THE CAMPBELL FARMING CORPORATION”
  • 1933 • 120 • TWENTY-fIRST AMENDMENT REPEALING PROHIBITION
  • 1936 • 121 • JOHN STEINBECK, “THE HARVEST GYPSIES”
  • 1939 • 122 • FOOD INDUSTRIES, “MARCH OF PROGRESS”
  • 1943 • 123 • VICTOR RICKMAN BOSWELL, “VICTORY GARDENS ARE ESSENTIAL”
  • 1956 • 124 • NATIONAL INTERSTATE AND DEFENSE HIGHWAYS ACT
  • 1964 • 125 • FOOD STAMP ACT OF 1964
  • 1990 • 126 • NUTRITION LABELING AND EDUCATION ACT OF 1990
  • 2000 • 127 • NATIONAL ORGANIC PROGRAM
  • 2004 • 128 • FOOD ALLERGEN LABELING AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
  • 2010 • 129 • NUTRITION LABELING OF STANDARD MENU ITEMS AT CHAIN RESTAURANTS
  • Glossary
  • Appendices,
  • A. Food History Organizations and Associations
  • B. Important Culinary History Listservs and Websites
  • C. Food Newsletters, Periodicals, Journals, and Magazines
  • D. Libraries with Large Culinary or Agriculture-Related Collections
  • E. Food-Related Museums
  • F. Universities with Food Studies Programs
  • Selected Bibliography
  • About the Author and Contributors