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Natural History of the Kitchen: Popcorn

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Welcome to Natural History of the Kitchen, by EMD's Stephanie Butler. Each week, Stephanie explores the background of an appliance, gadget or product that helped to make cooking what it is today. This week: Popcorn.
Since last week we took a look at microwaves, it seems right that this week the spotlight shines on a [...]

The EMD Guide to Food from the 1950s: Timeline

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Food is usually categorized geographically, or culturally; cuisines are associated with nations or peoples. Here at Eat Me Daily we are dedicated to bringing you new and interesting ways of looking at what you eat, and thus we present our chronological guide to American gastronomy. Over the next several months, we'll look at the [...]

The EMD Guide to Food from the 1950s: Introduction & Kitchens of the Future

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Food is usually categorized geographically, or culturally; cuisines are associated with nations or peoples. Here at Eat Me Daily we are dedicated to bringing you new and interesting ways of looking at what you eat, and thus we present our chronological guide to American gastronomy. Over the next several months, we'll [...]

The Food of a Younger Land by Mark Kurlansky [book review]

If you took all of current tweets, posts, and blogospheric bits floating through cyberspace that chronicle America's current relationship with food, edited them together, and then published them as a book seventy years in the future, it will do to the present-day what's done for the mid-20th century by Mark Kurlansky's The Food of a [...]

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