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The food of a younger land : a portrait of American food : before the national highway system, before chain restaurants, and before frozen food, when the nation's food was seasonal, regional, and traditional : from the lost WPA files

Auteur: Mark Kurlansky; United States. Works Progress Administration.
Uitgever: New York : Riverhead Books, 2009.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Using long-forgotten WPA files archived in the Library of Congress, bestselling author Mark Kurlansky paints a detailed picture of Depression Era Americans through the food that they ate and the local traditions and customs they observed when planning and preparing meals.
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Genre/Vorm: History
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Mark Kurlansky; United States. Works Progress Administration.
ISBN: 9781594488658 1594488657
OCLC-nummer: 328071934
Beschrijving: xviii, 397 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Inhoud: THE NORTHEAST EATS. Eating in Vermont / Roaldus Richmond --
Vermont foods / Cora A. Moore --
Rhode Island may breakfasts / Walter Hackett --
Dishes New York City's hotels gave America / Allan Ross MacDougall --
New York literary tea / Jerry Felsheim --
The automat / Edward O'Brien --
Italian feed in Vermont / Mari Tomasi --
Long Island rabbit stew: Hasenpfeffer --
North Whitefield, Maine, Game supper / Donald McCormick --
Raising mushrooms in Pennsylvania --
Vermont sugaring-off / Richmond --
An editorial memorandum on clams / James Francis Davis --
Maine clambake / Harry M. Freeman --
New York indoor clam-bake / M. Metevier --
Rhode Island clam chowder / Hackett & Henry Manchester --
Long Island clam chowder --
Maine chowders / Mabel G. Hall --
Oyster stew supreme at Grand Central, New York / MacDougall --
Rhode Island Johnny cakes / Henry Manchester & William Baker --
Beans / James Francis Davis --
Maine baked beans / Hall --
Kenneth Roberts' Maine-style hot buttered rum / McCormick --
THE SOUTH EATS. Mississippi food / Eudora Welty --
Recipes from prominent North Carolinians / Katherine Palmer --
Recipes from Arkansas --
Foods along U.S. 1 in Virginia / Eudora Ramsay Richardson --
Mississippi African-American recipes --
Diddy-way-diddy / Zora Neale Hurston --
Brown Hotel's Christmas dinner, Louisville, Kentucky, 1940 --
Alabama footwashing at Lonely Dale / Jack Kytle --
Coca-cola parties in Georgia --
Delaware's big quarterly --
South Carolina backwoods barbecue / Genevieve Wilcox Chandler --
Mississippi barbecue sauce --
The Possum Club of Polk County, Arkansas --
Georgia possum and taters --
Exotic Florida --
Kentucky ham bone soup --
Kentucky burgoo --
Sergeant Saunders' Virginia Brunswick Stew / J.B. Cook --
North Carolina chitterling strut / Katherine Palmer --
Menu for chitterling strut --
Mississippi chitlins --
Kentucky oysters --
Louisiana "Tete de Veau" / H. Michinard --
Kentucky wilted lettuce --
North Carolina oyster roasts --
Eufaula, Alabama, oyster roast / Gertha Couric --
Georgia oyster roast / Louise Jones Dubose --
South Carolina Pee Dee fish stew / Louise Jones Dubose --
Fish fry on Levee, Mississippi --
Mississippi mullet salad --
The baked fish of Alabama's coast / Francois Ledgere Diard --
Conch eats conch and grunts, Florida / Stetson Kennedy --
Josephine's Mississippi crabs --
Maryland crabs --
Florida shrimp pilau supper (St. Augustine) / Rose Shepherd --
South Carolina chicken bog / Louise Jones Dubose --
Virginia chicken / John W. Thomas --
The use and manufacture of filé in Mississippi / Jack Bathia --
Grandma Smith's Mississippi hoecake --
Florida hush puppies --
Kentucky spoon bread --
Mississippi molasses pie --
Divinity chocolates of Kentucky --
Alabama cane grindings and candy pullings / Couric --
Alabama eggnog / Jack Kytle --
Kentucky eggnog --
Old fashioned cocktail --
Mississippi pear wine / Clarence Kerns --
The mint julep controversy --
"Original Kentucky" mint julep (Frankfort distilleries) --
"Original Kentucky" mint julep (Drake Hotel) --
Mississippi mint juleps. THE MIDDLE WEST EATS. Nebraskans eat the wieners / Hans Christensen --
Urban Kansas eats and drinks --
Sioux and Chippewa food / Frances Densmore --
Nebraska buffalo barbecue --
Nebraska Pop Corn Days / M.C. Nelson --
Wisconsin sour-dough pancakes --
Nebraska baked beans / J. Willis Kratzer --
Cooking for threshers in Nebraska / Estella Tenbrink --
Wisconsin and Minnesota lutefisk --
Indiana pork cake / Hazel M. Nixon --
Nebraska lamb and pig fries / H.J. Moss --
Kansas beef tour / William Lindsay White --
Comments to Parker T. Van de Mark, November 4, 1941 --
Nebraska cooks its rabbits / Moss --
Minnesota Booya picknic --
Indiana persimmon pudding --
A short history of the American diet / Nelson Algren --
THE FAR WEST EATS. Oregon Salmon barbecue / Joseph McLaughlin --
Puget Sound Indian Salmon feasts --
Washington's Geoduck clams --
A Washington community smelt fry / Carroll Kennedy --
Montana fried beaver tail / Edward B. Reynolds --
Oregon wild duck / Joseph McLaughlin --
Utah salmi of wild duck / William H. Meal --
Washington wildcat parties / Kennedy --
Foraging in Montana / Reynolds --
Montana dulce / Reynolds --
Washington applets and cotlets --
Colorado superstitions --
Washington state hot school lunches --
The Basques of the Boise Valley / Raymond Thompson --
Western roving tables / Reynolds --
Oregon pioneer memories / Sara Wrenn --
Two recipes from the Bohemia district of Oregon / McLaughlin --
An Oregon protest against mashed potatoes / Claire Warner Churchill --
The potatoes of Kow Kanyon, Oregon / McLaughlin --
Depression cake / M. Kennedy & Reynolds --
Oregon blue ruin / Andrew Sherbert --
THE SOUTHWEST EATS. Iowa picnic in Los Angeles / John Moste --
Food a la concentrate in Los Angeles / Don Dolan --
A Los Angeles sandwich called a taco / Dolan --
A California grunion fry / Charles J. Sullivan --
"La Merienda" in New Mexico --
Choctaw Indian dishes / Peter J. Hudson --
Funeral cry feast of the Choctaws --
Arizona out-of-doors cookery / Edward Parrish Ware --
Notes on Oklahoma pioneer eating --
An Arizona Menudo party / J. Del Castillo --
Tucson's Menudo party --
When John Walton became governor of Oklahoma --
Oklahoma scrambled eggs and wild onions --
Texas chuck wagon --
Oklahoma prairie oysters / John M. Okison --
Oklahoma kush --
Oklahoma City's famous Suzi-Q potatoes / Lillie Duncan --
AN INFORMAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. Vermont cookbooks --
Cook books by Texans --
Partial cook books edited and/or published in Oregon --
Delaware recipes bibliography --
Colorado cook books --
Arkansas books --
Mississippi cook books --
Georgia cookbooks --
Bibliography offering further sources for menus, receipts, and eating habits of Southern California.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited and illustrated by Mark Kurlansky.

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Using long-forgotten WPA files archived in the Library of Congress, bestselling author Mark Kurlansky paints a detailed picture of Depression Era Americans through the food that they ate and the local traditions and customs they observed when planning and preparing meals.

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