A project of the Mann Library at Cornell University, this site includes a brief introductory essay and bibliography of books from the early 1800s - 1950 on cooking, home cooking, nutrition and dietetics, food science, marketing, and food purchasing. Focus is on the United States.
This food-centric website includes full-length articles, columns, in-depth interviews, essays — plus slide shows, audio, and video — on a variety of topics, including food and popular culture, history, and humor.
This blog is written by Ivan Day - author and historian of food culture and professional chef - and includes information about the history of food and shows the use of old cooking techniques and tools as old recipes are recreated.
Created in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution, this online exhibition "Key Ingredients: America by Food" is an interactive timeline that provides information about the history of food in the US.
Household Management, Cookbooks & American Food History
Medieval Technology and American History is a project focusing on the use of medieval technologies in early American settlements. Includes introductory and in-depth articles, timelines, photos & videos and a number of other resources.
The online exhibit takes a closer look at the Esther B. Aresty Rare Book Collection on the Culinary Arts which is comprised of cookery manuscripts and published books of recipes, etiquette and household advice.
This online exhibit takes a closer look at the culinary world of Julia Child, America's favorite chef! Look through the exhibit to learn more about various tools, techniques, and other information about Julia's contribution to food history.
Dedicated to discovering, exploring and promoting the world's foods, their histories, and relevance today, this website provides information about food and food history. Search through articles, images, and more.