A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove

A collection of classic recipes and inspirational stories traces the history of food in America and how it shaped the lives of women, evincing such images as Native American women who worked with natural ingredients, mothers who sold ...

Author: Laura Schenone

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393326276

Category: Cooking

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A collection of classic recipes and inspirational stories traces the history of food in America and how it shaped the lives of women, evincing such images as Native American women who worked with natural ingredients, mothers who sold biscuits to buy their children's freedom, and immigrant wives who prepared comfort foods for their families. Reprint. 13,000 first printing.

Ancestry magazine

Learn more about how your palate meshes with America's through books that
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Ancestry magazine focuses on genealogy for today’s family historian, with tips for using Ancestry.com, advice from family history experts, and success stories from genealogists across the globe. Regular features include “Found!” by Megan Smolenyak, reader-submitted heritage recipes, Howard Wolinsky’s tech-driven “NextGen,” feature articles, a timeline, how-to tips for Family Tree Maker, and insider insight to new tools and records at Ancestry.com. Ancestry magazine is published 6 times yearly by Ancestry Inc., parent company of Ancestry.com.

Doing Women s History in Public

Laura Schenone, A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove: A History of American
Women Told Through Food, Recipes, and Remembrances (New York: W. W.
Norton & Company, Inc., 2003), 105; thanks to Nathan Ryalls. Jennifer L. Morgan
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Author: Heather Huyck

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9781442264182

Category: Business & Economics

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A complete guide to interpreting women’s history. Women’s history is everywhere, not only in historic house museums named for women but also in homes named for famous men, museums of every conceivable kind, forts and battlefields, even ships, mines, and in buckets. Women’s history while present at every museum and historic site remains less fully interpreted in spite of decades of vibrant and expansive scholarship. Doing Women’s History in Public: A Handbook for Interpretation at Museums and Historic Sites connects that scholarship with the tangible resources and the sensuality that form museums and historic sites-- the objects, architecture and landscapes-- in ways that encourage visitor fascination and understanding and center interpretation on the women active in them. With numerous examples that focus on all women and girls, it appropriately includes everyone, for women intersect with every other human group. This book provides arguments, sources (written, oral, and visual), and tools for finding women’s history, preserving it, and interpreting it with the public. It uses the framework of Significance (importance), Knowledge Base (research in primary, secondary, and tertiary sources), and Tangible Resources (the preserved physical embodiment of history in objects, architecture, and landscapes). Discusses traditional and technology-assisted interpretation and provides Tools to implement Doing Women’s History in Public. Using a hospitality model, museums and historic sites are the locales where we assemble, learn from each other, and take our insights into a more gender-shared future.

Humor Entertainment and Popular Culture during World War I

Laura Schenone, A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove: A History of American
Women Told Through Food, Recipes, and Remembrances. (New York: Norton &
Co, 2003), 251. 3. Samira Kawash, Candy: A Century of Panic and Pleasure (
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Author: Clémentine Tholas-Disset

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137436436

Category: Social Science

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Humor and entertainment were vital to the war effort during World War I. While entertainment provided relief to soldiers in the trenches, it also built up support for the war effort on the home front. This book looks at transnational war culture by examining seemingly light-hearted discourses on the Great War.

Feminist Collections

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HOT STOVE : A HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN TOLD THROUGH FOOD ,
RECIPES AND REMEMBRANCES . New York : W. W. Norton & Co. , 2003 ( cloth
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The Journal of Arizona History

The third Chinese man in the Gilliland photographs may be fifty - one - year - old
Wong Wy , who is listed as a cook for a private family and enumerated by himself
in the 1920 Census . ... Schenone , A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove , p .

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Choice

Finally , Laura Schenone ' s A Thousand Years over a Hot Stove uses food to tell
the history of women in America in a highly accessible way through recipes ,
images , and anecdotes . Increasingly popular are single - food histories that ...

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Wight ) JUV Threshold poetics . 821 . 4 Through it came bright colors . 813 . 6
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Feminist Periodicals

9 June 2004 1 Jan Zita Grover asi A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove : A History
of American Women Told Through Food , Recipes , and Remembrances by
Laura Schenone ; Something from the Oven : Reinventing Dinner in 1950s
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Saveur

This year , we celebrate the 100th anniversary of home ec programs in American
schools and the fact that today a NEW ... Laura Schenone , author of A Thousand
Years over a Hot Stove : A History of American Women Told Through Food ...

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Foodways and Folklore

2003 . A Thousand Years over a Hot Stove : A History of American Women Told
through Food , Recipes , and Remembrances . New York : W . W . Norton .
Schlosser , Eric . 2001 . Fast Food Nation : The Dark Side of the All - American
Meal .

Author: Jacqueline S. Thursby

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: UCSC:32106019533923

Category: Social Science

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A comprehensive introduction to the folklore of food from the early Native American cultures to the multicultural cuisine of the present day.

Body and Soul

Her first book, A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove, told the history of American
women through their cooking. In The Lost Ravioli Recipes of Hoboken, she
zooms in on her own complicated history. The result is sweet and savory, tender
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Multimodal Discourse and Heritage Literacy Practices

Sophisticated , Ineffective Books . The Dismantling of Process in Composition
Texts ” College Composition and Communication . 31 ( 1980 ) : 389401 .
Schenone , Laura . A Thousand Years over a Hot Stove . New York , NY : W.W.
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Author: Suzanne Kesler Rumsey

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ISBN: MSU:31293028455735

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About Face

Laura Schenone , author of A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove : A History of
Women and Food Contributors include Kathryn Harrison , Jennifer Baumgardner
, Patricia Chao , Catherine Texier , Meredith Maran , Alice Elliott Dark , Marina ...

Author: Anne Burt

Publisher: Seal Press

ISBN: UOM:39015073621917

Category: Health & Fitness

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Explores the controversial question about how subtle facial characteristics may have a potential to influence a person's life, in a volume of essays by such contributors as Jennifer Baumgardner, Eva Hoffman, and Kathryn Harrison that explores such topics as biological hallmarks, scars, and lifestyle markers. Original.

A Nation of Farmers

For example, Laura Schenone, author of A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove,
observes about our perceptions of gatherers and their connection to the origins of
agriculture, Let's have a look at her again, a woman moving light-footedly through
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Author: Sharon Astyk

Publisher: New Society Publishers

ISBN: 9781550924268

Category: Social Science

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“Astyk and Newton have written an important book with an unusual message: We need millions of new farmers…as soon as possible. You could not find two more reasonable, intelligent, sincere, and passionate people to talk to about food. And the book has very much the feeling of a conversation – with someone smart who cares about you. It is also intellectually complex, creative and nuanced. The authors are big thinkers and have taken a good lick at the central human issues of our time." Peter Bane “This definitive guide can provide inspiration to gardeners and those concerned about the environment. It offers practical solutions to all the food-related problems brought on by industrialized agriculture and the globalization of food. Very carefully researched and well written, this documents what is wrong and what we can do about it.” Connie Krochmal - Bellaonline "This outstanding and well-written compendium of insights and recommendations, of fervent idealism and practical solutions, is highly recommended."—Library Journal Once we could fill our grocery carts with cheap and plentiful food, but not anymore. Cheap food has gone the way of cheap oil. Climate change is already reducing crop yields worldwide. The cost of flying in food from far away and shipping it across the country in refrigerated trucks is rapidly becoming unviable. Cars and cows increasingly devour grain harvests, sending prices skyrocketing. More Americans than ever before require food stamps and food pantries just to get by, and a worldwide food crisis is unfolding, overseas and in our kitchens. We can keep hunger from stalking our families, but doing so will require a fundamental shift in our approach to field and table. A Nation of Farmers examines the limits and dangers of the globalized food system and shows how returning to the basics is our best hope. The book includes in-depth guidelines for: Creating resilient local food systems Growing, cooking, and eating sustainably and naturally Becoming part of the solution to the food crisis The book argues that we need to make self-provisioning, once the most ordinary of human activities, central to our lives. The results will be better food, better health, better security, and freedom from corporations that don’t have our interests at heart. This is critical reading for anyone who eats and cares about high-quality food. Sharon Astyk farms in New York, and is the author of Depletion and Abundance. Aaron Newton is a sustainable systems land planner in North Carolina, and is the founding editor of Groovy Green.

Barbarians at the Plate

Author: Marialisa Calta

Publisher: Perigee Trade

ISBN: 0399531521

Category: Cooking

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A veteran food writer and columnist draws on advice, strategies, and recipes from families across the country to address the unique challenges and possibilities of the family dinner, with a selection of one hundred simple, family-friendly recipes, along with advice on food preparation, shopping, pantry staples, meal planning, time-saving appliances, and more. Original.

America History and Life

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Article abstracts and citations of reviews and dissertations covering the United States and Canada.

Polish American Studies

In her book , A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove : A History of American Women
Told Through Food , Recipes , and Remembrances , Laura Schenone discusses
food as it has impacted her personally as well as in “ the larger scope of history ...

Author: Konstantin Symmons-Symonolewicz

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Work in America An Encyclopedia of History Policy and Society

Course of Study for the Indian Schools of the United States, Industrial and
Literary. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. Schenone, Laura. 2003. -4
Thousand Years over a Hot Stove: A History of American Women Told through
Food, ...

Author: Carl E. Horn

Publisher: Abc-clio

ISBN: 1576076768

Category: Business & Economics

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Alphabetically arranged entries cover such work issues as health insurance, immigration, sweatshops, drug testing, affirmative action, and the effects of globalization and information technology on work processes.

The Food of Paradise

In The Food of Paradise: Exploring Hawaii's Culinary Heritage, Rachel Laudan takes readers on a thoughtful, wide-ranging tour of Hawaii's farms and gardens, fish auctions and vegetable markets, fairs and carnivals, mom-and-pop stores and ...

Author: Rachel Laudan

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 0824817788

Category: Cooking

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Hawaii has one of the richest culinary heritages in the United States. Where else would you find competitions for the best saimin, sushi, Portuguese sausage, laulau, plate lunch, kim chee, dim sum, shave ice, and hamburgers? Hawaii's contemporary regional cuisine (affectionately known as "Local Food" by residents) is a truly amazing fusion of diverse culinary influences. In The Food of Paradise: Exploring Hawaii's Culinary Heritage, Rachel Laudan takes readers on a thoughtful, wide-ranging tour of Hawaii's farms and gardens, fish auctions and vegetable markets, fairs and carnivals, mom-and-pop stores and lunch wagons, to uncover the delightful complexities and incongruities in Hawaii's culinary history that have led to such creations as saimin, crack seed, and butter mochi. Part personal memoir, part historical narrative, part cookbook, The Food of Paradise begins with a series of essays that describe Laudan's initial encounter with a particular Local Food, an encounter that puzzled her and eventually led to tracing its origins and influence in Hawaii. Representative recipes follow. Like pidgin, the creole language created by Hawaii's early immigrants, Local Food is a creole cuisine created by three distinct culinary influences: Pacific, American and European, and Asian. In her attempt "to decipher Hawaii's culinary Babel", Laudan examines the contributions of each, including the introduction of new ingredients and the adaptation of traditional dishes to Hawaii's way of life. More than 150 recipes, photographs, a bibliography of Hawaii's cookbooks, and an extensive glossary make The Food of Paradise an invaluable resource for cooks, food historians, and Hawaiian buffs.