Mary Randolph included a sketch of a refrigerator in the 1825 2d edition of The Virginia Housewife. It was a wooden box within another wooden box with crushed charcoal in-between. It was described in 1815, but not the first refrigerator...
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Friday, April 13, 2012
Thomas Moore's Refrigerator, 1802 patent
A patent for a refrigerator (ice box) was granted to Thomas Moore and signed by President Thomas Jefferson. In 1802 Jefferson went to the Moore home in Montgomery County, Md to see the new Refrigeratory, and later bought one.
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
Food History Symposiums 2012 part 2
6 symposiums in Great Britain and the US...
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Labels: Culinary History, Food History, Symposiums
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