This Week in Food History – 08/21/2017

On to another favorite resource of ours when concocting this weekly Food highlight: Smithsonian Magazine. Of course, there is much more here than food articles; there’s an entire world. It is a true feast for the mind. We typically “enter” with one topic in mind only to get sidetracked into many enticing directions, much like… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 08/21/2017

This Week in Food History – 08/14/2017

Where were we? Ah yes, we started telling you about the great food articles resources we love to turn to for this Monday, Food Holidays series. The Kitchen Project is the next one we’d like to tell you about. Does the name “Alan Parsons Project” ring a bell? Stephen Block, the author of the website,… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 08/14/2017

This Week in Food History – 08/07/2017

  August is National Sandwich Month. When is a sandwich a sandwich? Well, officially, when the assemblage consists of no more than 50% bread and no less than 35% cooked meat. This, it seems, does not reflect reality. The sandwich was created on a whim by Lord Sandwich, remember? He needed one hand to gamble… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 08/07/2017

This Week in Food History – 07/31/2017

We’ve already mentioned The Food Timeline and The Nibble as favorite resources for these weekly articles. The Spruce is an equally attractive source of inspiration. We love the streamlined, easy-to-navigate format. It is extremely user-friendly. This is the site to browse if you’re into food, family, gardening, décor, pets, crafts and repairs. Speaking of food,… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 07/31/2017