Antique Eats

While this board started out featuring general food and drink recipes, THP is transitioning into posting historic recipes from our Food & Drink series.


Antique Eats

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May 15, 1940 – McDonald's opens its first restaurant in San Bernardino, California. Well look at that, the McCafe isn't such a new thing after all.

Kroc, Ray - food, nutrition, body

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Kelli’s Beet Salad with Chevre and Candied Walnuts ------------ Happy #THPgiving! Time for another fantastic giveaway from our American Palate series. This time, THP staff attempted some delicious recipes from our books and today's inspiration/prize is "Wines of Walla Walla Valley" by Catie McIntyre Walker. This delicious recreation was done by our western sales support Kristen! Check out historypressblog.net to enter and we'll be doing a new one each weekday! #thanksgiving #giveaway #yum

THPgiving recipe, book giveaway: Wines of Walla Walla Valley

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Happy #THPgiving! Time for another fantastic giveaway from our American Palate series. This time, THP staff attempted some delicious recipes from our books and today's inspiration/prize is "Gottlieb’s Bakery: Savannah’s Sweetest Tradition" by Isser Gottlieb. This is a delicious Old-Fashioned Pound Cake recreated by our senior publicist Katie! Check out historypressblog.net to enter and we'll be doing a new one each day! #thanksgiving #giveaway Yum!

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Check out these great recipes from Classic Kentucky Meals by Rona Roberts! We made a couple of the delicacies for our office during #THPgiving. Check out the blog, Twitter, and Facebook for giveaways leading up to Thanksgiving! Happy eating!

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Enjoy a slice of Florida's Key Lime Pie! | Florida Memory And check out A Culinary History of Florida by Joy Sheffield Harris www.historypress.....

Florida Memory - Florida's Key Lime Pie.

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The first pizzeria in the USA (Little Italy, Manhattan).

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The 1978 U.S. Oyster Shucking Champion. | Florida Memory

Florida Memory - U.S. champion oyster shucker, 1978

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Scrumptiously inviting marshmallow cookies for tea (or anytime!).

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Think you know all there is to know about your favorite food?

The History Behind Your Favourite Foods | Visual.ly

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Vintage Food Illustrations

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Vintage chocolate poster for Boisselier

AP787 - Boisseliers Chocolate 1910s (30x40cm Art Print)

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In pictures: Cadbury adverts

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Vintage chocolate poster for Nestle

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In honor of National Chocolate Lovers Month! Antique Vintage Chocolate Advertisement Girl by DigitalDoDads, $1.19

Items similar to Antique Vintage Chocolate Advertisement Girl Birds Nest Collage Digital Image Download Burlap Design Tote Bag Gift Tag No 142 on Etsy

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Chocolate peanut butter cup, Chocolate Pile and Cherry Crisp pies at Miss Anna’s on Towson in Fort Smith. Photo courtesy of Grav Weldon. Read more by clicking the photo!

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Mr. Leatherman, a homesteader, tying up cauliflower, Pie Town, New Mexico, October 1940.

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Spaghetti is a Tontitown point of pride. Each year, the town congregates at St. Joseph’s Church for the Italian Spaghetti Dinner where the noodles are handmade and the sauce takes several days to cook. This plate comes from the Venesian Inn.

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In the mid-1920s, Howard Johnson began producing a rich, creamy ice cream that had a doubled butterfat and was flavored with all-natural ingredients, with the important fact that the quality and taste of the ice cream never varied.

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A children’s menu from Howard Johnson’s in the 1960s presented “Mystery on the Moon!” which featured “Simon and the Pieman” in an “epic space-saga, of near galactic proportions!” The menu had meals such as the Little Boy Blue (grilled hamburger patty), the Jack and Jill (golden brown fish fillet), the Humpty Dumpty (tuna fish salad) and the Miss Muffet Lunch (a petite garden vegetable plate). Source: Anthony Mitchell Sammarco Collection

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Fresh tortillas, fluffy huevos con bacon and spicy salsa —good morning, Austin. Or good afternoon, evening, night—whenever! From taco tailgates to taquerias, there is a taco for every occasion and persuasion. Some say that it was born in the days of Cowboys and Vaqueros and others say it was a creation of the Tex-Mex culture but one thing is certain: the breakfast taco has taken over the Capital City.

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July 4th Flag Cake | Epicurious.com

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Yummy Memorial Day #AntiqueEats recipe: Poke Sallet over cornbread with a side of purple hull peas.

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From saloons and tamale vendors to greasy spoons and neon-lit drive-ins, Sacramento natives Maryellen Burns and Keith Burns trace the trends of California’s capital city through 150 years of dining out. Share in the delicious anecdotes and recipes gathered from restaurant owners, employees and patrons as they recall Sacramento’s favorite, iconic places to eat.

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Handcrafted Candy Bars?? YUM! Wheeee!!!

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