Tuesday, September 21, 2021

German foodways - in Germany and US

German immigrant cookbooks, industrialization caused changes in German cheese production, and Octoberfest talks.

Octoberfest (Volks-Fest, Festival) started in Munich, Germany during the wedding celebrations for the future King Ludwig to Princess Therese on Oct 12, 1810, and now is held the end of Sept until the first Sunday in October.


Tek Cyear uh de Root. “19th-century Charleston Sch├╝tzenfest. .. between German immigrants and Black people…” Jamaal Lemon, Brian Alberts, Mike Stein, and Peter Jones. Heurich House Museum. Se 23 2021 HERE TAPE HERE

Changes in Foodways of German American Immigrants. “cookbooks specifically written for Germans appeared in this country. This presentation will examine changes in the foodways of German Americans through the lens of these cookbooks.” Antje Petty. CHEW Culinary Historians of Wisconsin. Oct 6 2021 HERE TAPE HERE

German Foodways, Industrialization, and Cheese. Ursula Heinzelmann from Germany, author of Beyond Bratwurst: A History of Food in Germany. CHoW Culinary Historians of Washington DC Oc 10 2021 HERE TAPE HERE

German-American Foodways. Antje Petty. The Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor (CHAA)Oct 31 2021 HERE or HERE
Practical Cookbook by Henriette Davidis online as (new title) Pickled Herring and Pumpkin Pie HERE TAPE HERE

Voices from Russia: the Volga-Germans. History of Germans in Russia, Dr. Brent Mai; “Sam Brungardt, an expert on Volga-German foodways who will discuss the delicacies that are unique to these peoples.” Russian - American Business & Culture Council (RABCC) May 22 2021 TAPE HERE

The Remarkable Life of Anna Kliest. Botanist (published works on north Georgia plants), Moravian missionary among the Cherokees, artist. Cherokee healers. Anna Rosina Kliest Gambold (1762 - 1821). Victoria Starbuck. The Moravian Historical Society Ap 14 2021HERE TAPE HERE

Baltimore breweries 1869 from map: E. Sachse, & Co.'s bird's eye view of the city of Baltimore, 1869. Library of Congress
Austria and Nazi

Alice's Book: How the Nazis Stole My Grandmother's Cookbook. Alice Urbach (1886-1983) “cookery book writer, is forced to flee Vienna for England. Returning …in the late 1940s, she discovers that her bestselling cookbook is being published under a different name.” Karina Urbach. Leo Baeck Institute May 15 2022 HERE TAPE HERE

The Lost Cafe Schindler: One Family, Two Wars, And The Search For Truth. “a grand Viennese-style coffee-house, founded by her grandfather as an antidote to the horrors of fighting in WWI...” in Innsbruck, taken by Nazi in WWII, reclaimed after war. author Meriel Schindler. May 1 2022 TAPE HERE

18th century immigrant ships from Germany - provisions, hardships, indentured servant process blog post HERE

Many posts on German and Pa German topics HERE

Upcoming talks through September removed

Calendar of virtual food history talks HERE

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