As 2011 draws to a close, so does our exhibit “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” which will end on January 3, 2012. It’s been a great year for food here at the National Archives. We’ve had amazing guests come and speak, including Chef José Andrés, our neighbor and Chief Culinary Adviser for the exhibit; Chef Roland [...]
Posted by Hilary on December 28, 2011, under - Great Depression, - The 1960s, - World War II, Recipes, Unusual documents, What's Cooking Wednesdays.
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These records are featured in our new “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” exhibit which opens this Friday! To celebrate the opening, the Foundation for the National Archives is giving away a free copy of the exhibit catalog. Leave a comment below telling us what food you like to put ketchup on, and the Foundation will randomly choose a [...]
Posted by Hilary on June 8, 2011, under Unusual documents, What's Cooking, What's Cooking Wednesdays.
Tags: benzoate of soda, catsup, decomposed vegetable substance, exploding, fermenting, heinz, ketchup, President Theodore Roosevelt, Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, tomatoes