Thursday, January 13, 2022

Canned goods grown on the farm & Home Ec talks

Some puckish humor from Puck, 1906 - "What we get to eat in the country." Cans of chickens running around the barnyard, fishing for canned salmon, condensed milk in the dairy...

As some of us gather canned goods for yet another snow storm, here is some comic relief. Click to enlarge. Remember Home Ec? Well, there are two upcoming talks, one is this Sunday hosted by CHAA.

"Illustration shows a vignette cartoon showing a country woman harvesting canned fruits and vegetables from "The Quaint Old Kitchen Garden", surrounded with scenes of
a young boy catching canned "Salmon" from a stream filled with other canned fish,
an old man trying to catch cans of chicken running about the farm yard,
a man loading a wagon at the "Freight Depot" with food products shipped from New York, and a
milkmaid at a dairy opening a can of "Condensed Milk" at "Milking Time".
Caption: "Table stocked daily with an abundance of eggs, milk, fresh fish and vegetables."
Puck, v. 59, no. 1534 (1906 July 25), centerfold. Library of Congress

Home Ec. Junior High School. 1905 photo Library of Congress

Jan 16 Sun 4 The Secret History of Home Economics. Danielle Dreilinger. CHAA Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor HERE

Feb 23 Wed 2 Women in the Kitchen: Domestic Science in the Delaware Valley. Dr. Cassandra Stancil Gunkel, Bonnie Tobin. Friends Life Care: VigR® HERE

Feb 23 Wed 6-7:30 Women in the Kitchen: Domestic Science in the Delaware Valley. Dr. Cassandra Stancil Gunkel, Bonnie Tobin. Friends Life Care: VigR® HERE

The Secret History of Home Economics: How Trailblazing Women Harnessed the Power of Home and Changed the Way We Live. "women who pioneered and pursued the “revolutionary science of better living.” by Danielle Dreilinger. TAPE C-SPAN May 2021 HERE

North Carolina Tomato Club History. NC State University. Jun 3 2021 TAPE HERE Digital collection HERE Tomato club reports HERE


Cornell University Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition and History (HEARTH) HERE

Beecher, Catharine. A Treatise on Domestic Economy; For the Use of Young Ladies at Home and at School. NY: 1843 HERE

Tegetmeier, W.B. A Manual of Domestic Economy…the Home and Colonial School Society. London: 1862 HERE

Domestic Economy: A Class-book for Girls. 1876 HERE



Jan 16 Sun 12-2 Cooking Sikbaj and Blancmange: A Journey Through Cultures. Ursula, archeologist and cook. Vacation With An Artist $40 HERE

Ja 16 Sun 1 The Food Of Rome: Discover the City's Culinary Scene with a Local. Bold Spirit Travel LLC. Connecting women through adventure. Donation HERE

Ja 16 Sun 1-2:30 The Preservation Society Guide to Marmalade. “You'll learn two simple methods for different styles of marmalade, as well as a little about the history of the preserve.” Camilla Wynne CA$30.22 HERE

Jan 16 Sun 3 London's Food Factories. 19th cen, “Lyle's Golden Syrup factory in Silvertown or McVities biscuit factory in Harlesden. Others, like Gordon's gin distillery or Sarsons vinegar works.” Rob Smith, Footprints of London. £8 HERE

Jan 16 Sun 3:30 Taste of Eastern Europe: Pierogi. “discuss the culture, and play some prize-winning games” Age 6+ Cultured Kids Cuisine HERE

Jan 16 Sun 4 The Secret History of Home Economics. Danielle Dreilinger. CHAA Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor HERE

Jan 17 Mon 2:30-5:30 Jane's Country Year. “classic novel from 1946 of farming life and rural England.” Malcolm Saville. Kate Macdonald HERE

Jan 18 Tue 11:30-12:45 Trees, orchards and hedgerows. Iwan Edwards, Anna Williams. North Wales Wildlife Trust UK HERE

Jan 18 Tue 1 Roman Cuisine – Evolution of Food in Italy's Lazio Region. Gina Tringali. Context $36.50 HERE

Ja 18 Tue 2 The Origins of London Marine Insurance. “earliest surviving London marine insurance policy, from 1547; find out where the great London market traditions originated; … what forced the minor wine merchant Daniel Foe to change his name to Defoe and become a writer (answer: underwriting losses)." Dr Adrian Leonard. London Historians. £4.50 HERE

Jan 18 Tue 2:30 What’s that bee? Is it a bee? John Catton. Somerset Wildlife Trust. UK Email for link HERE TAPE may be HERE

Jan 19 Wed 9AM-12 Removing ‘road’ dams in Europe? “International webinar highlighting the need and opportunities to improve road and stream crossings to improve Europe's river biodiversity.” World Fish Migration Foundation, US Forest Service, and The Nature Conservancy HERE

Jan 19 Wed 1-2:30 The Florentine Codex Initiative: Indigenous and Global Book Histories Converging in Sixteenth-Century Mexico. by friar Sahagun, Nahua authors and artists (2000+ images). “the Digital Florentine Codex (DFC), a digital critical edition giving full online access…” Getty Research Institute HERE
Florentine Codex Bk10 p142 LofC

Ja 19 Wed 2 Afternoon Tea Etiquette. Victorian Baroness Bolsover. Nottinghamshire Federation of WI £5 HERE

Jan 19 Wed 5 Rum and the Caribbean. Diana Pittet. Context $36.50 HERE

Jan 19 Wed 6-7:15 Filipino Eggrolls & Chicken Adobo. Lorenzo Beronilla Milk Street Live Online Cooking School $24.95 HERE

Jan 19 Wed 9pm Whiskey and Wiretaps: The Northwest’s Rumrunning King. Roy Olmstead’s “story by exploring historical context, his entrepreneurial brilliance, his code of conduct, and the profound impact of his legal battles today.” Steve Edmiston. The Westport Timberland Library WA HERE

Jan 20 Thu 9AM Why the Plural? Maritime and Terrestrial Silk Roads and Silk Routes. 1st of 10 part series The Archaeology of the Great Trade Routes - The Silk Roads. MANCENT, The Manchester ContinuingEducationNetwork £10ea HERE

Jan 20 Thu 9 AM Gendering political economy: soap, monopoly and washerwomen under Charles I. Koji Yamamoto. IHR HERE

Jan 20 Thu 11 Love of Lemons in Northern Renaissance Art. Dr. Demet Guzey. Context $36.50 HERE

Jan 20 Thu 2:30 Traditional farm buildings around Ingleborough: a summary of recent work. “surveying field and farmstead barns, byres and shippons in Upper Ribblesdale and around Ingleborough, including Level 3 surveys, and dendro dating of reused timbers in twelve ‘buildings’. Alison Armstrong and David Johnson. YVBSG Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group HERE

Ja 20 Thu 2:30 A Schoolgirls War. Recently discovered artwork by an art teacher portraying school life during WW2 – “Dinner in the trenches” (halls), girl reading under the desk. Mary Smith. Hampshire County Federation of Womens Institutes £5 HERE CLICK on link to see the poignant pictures

Ja 20 Thu 6:30-8 Welcoming the Year of the Tiger. Grace Young. Culinary Historians of New York $10 HERE

Jan 20 Thu 7 Dining on the Train: From Soot to Soufflé. James D. Porterfield author of Dining by Rail: The History and Recipes of America's Golden Age of Railroad Cuisine. Toronto Railway Museum HERE

Ja 20 Thu 7-8:15 Islamic Cuisine - A Conversation & Cooking Demo with author Laila El-Haddad. “history of spices and cuisine from the Middle East”. Howard County Library MD HERE

Ja 20 Thu 7:30-9:30 Tortilla Making for Beginners: Indigenous Foodways in Mesoamerica. “teaching/demonstrating both Mexican and Central American styles of tortilla making… rich history and cultures surrounding this indigenous food practice.” Rosemary Lieske Vides. HERE

Jan 21 Fri 2:30-3:45 Rome after the Fall of the Roman Empire. Characters and stories of medieval Rome: Pilgrim, Merchant, Baron. Simone. World Virtual Tours HERE

Ja 21 Fri 2:30 Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), new information as found in Enoch Wood’s (1759-1840) unpublished memoirs. Miranda Goodby. Wedgwood International Seminar. HERE

Ja 21 Fri 6 Maestro: André Tchelistcheff and the Rebirth of Napa Valley book by James Gump discussed in this book group. The Wine Foundry HERE

Ja 22 Sat 11am-12:30 Indigenous Food Ways. “bring historic seeds back to indigenous communities.” Dan Cornelius. Friends of Allen Centennial Garden HERE

Jan 22 Sat 1:30 Taste of Belarus: Draniki. “discuss the culture, and play some prize-winning games” Age 6+ Cultured Kids Cuisine HERE

Ja 22 Sat 3 Intro to Cava: A Guided Tasting. “origin and history of this sparkling wine.” Family Meal Barcelona. $20 HERE

©2022 Patricia Bixler Reber
Researching Food History HOME

No comments:

Post a Comment