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Are you a foodie who’s always imagined travelling back in time to sample the finest of Roman Cuisine? Join u/toldinstone for a totally excellent adventure into the world of Roman fine dining that will satiate that history hunger!
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ActiveHistory.ca Aug 23
Sophie Hicks is back with her series exploring societal, community, and familial connections to food and food history. Today's post looks at the history and process of making war cake
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AskHistorians Aug 22
Why do some cities historically get a reputation for better food then others? ( cooks up yet another brilliant response to this topic!)
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Science History Institute Sep 5
Did you know that evidence of beer brewing dates back more than 14,000 years? On September 20, join us for a celebration of beer history and find out what made it so important to ancient civilization.
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Rachel Hope Cleves Apr 24
Today in image of men and women dining together in a bathhouse, from a 1470 Netherlandish illuminated manuscript owned by Anthony, The Great Bastard of Burgundy. Ideal place to bring a first date!
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Miranda Brown Sep 9
This is a phenomenal find! It's hard to imagine without and other New World crops, but with dried solids and ! A food historian's dream meal!
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Miranda Brown Sep 10
Not surprisingly, also something you find in . I bought it, too, at a specialty store in and canel-milk in . But so far no sightings in the US.
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Miranda Brown Sep 16
Time for a ! are a "recent" addition to , a tradition under a thousand years old.
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NiCHE Dec 18
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● Dr Lisa Smith Aug 25
people may also like even 'More dumpling data'! Cc
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Historian Emma Sep 10
I am absolutely thrilled to be able to share this podcast 'The A-Z of Historical Blunders - Sugar and Slavery' - which I recorded earlier this Summer and was recently broadcast on (Dublin/Ireland). - Listen Again here:
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Food and Archives Jul 25
Productive research day . A highlight was working with an original “What Mrs. Fisher Knows about Old Southern Cooking...” from 1881
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CSU History and Geo Dept May 7
Senior seminar presentations are today! What a great audience for “Food in World ” -
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Eleanor Barnett Feb 21
Just came across this article ➡️ by - fascinating read! 📕🥗
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt May 12
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Global Food History Sep 5
Hello, new and old followers! We’re looking to expand our pool of reviewers. If you have a PhD in history, a job in public history, or qualifications as an independent scholar, please fill out this short survey:
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Dr. Gabriella M. Petrick Mar 18
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Miranda Brown Sep 9
One of my favorites dishes made by chefs. eel made from . has a long tradition of .
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Adam Shprintzen Jun 24
Hey, D.C. friends. I’ll be talking about the history of fake meat in America on July 8th at La Pop via . Hope to see you there!
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Sara Georgini Jan 27
🍿Hello fans! Now seems like a good time to share this opportunity 🍿
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