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17/07/2005
Como necessidade básica para manutenção da espécie, a raça humana, durante milênios  de crescimento acabou desenvolvendo sua alimentação de acordo com os víveres disponíveis em cada região.

Com certeza, durante a busca por alimentos, a experimentação e muitas vezes a falta de opção levou o homem a morte ou a descoberta de substâncias diferentes como o alcool, o tabaco e as diferentes drogas.

Com o passar dos milênios, o desenvolvimento das diversas etnias e culturas acabaram por influenciar nos rituais da religiosidade que assoiam quase sempre o alimeto dito espiritual com o físico.

Veja abaixo como foi a evolução da alimentação da humanidade.


História /  Receitas



Água & gelo----------------
sal
I & II----------------
moluscos & peixe----------------
ovos & insetos----------------
arroz
I, II & III----------------
emmer grain--17000AC---
einkorn grain--16000AC---
almonds--10000AC---
sheep ---9000AC---
apples & lentils---8000AC---
pork ---7000AC---
beans:
old world & new---7000AC---
walnuts
old & new---7000AC---
pistachios---7000AC---
cattle domestication---6500AC---
wine---6000AC---
cheese---6000AC---
maize & spelt ---6000AC---
dates & broccoli---6000AC---
honey---5500AC---
chickpeas & lettuce ---5500AC---
olives & olive oil---5000AC---
cucumbers & squash
I & II---5000AC---
chilies, avocados & taro---5000AC---
potatoes
I & II---5000AC---
milk & yogurt---5000AC---
grapes---4000AC---
citron & citrus fruits---4000AC---
watermelons---4000AC---
popcorn---3600AC---
chicken domestication---3200AC---
butter & palm oil---3000AC---
barley, peas & carrots---3000AC---
onions & garlic---3000AC---
spices
I, II & III---3000AC---
figs---2900AC---
soybeans
I & II---2838AC---
tea---2737AC---
rhubarb---2700AC---
muskmelon---2400AC---
peach palm---2300AC---
radishes ---2000AC---
purslane
I & II---2000AC---
marshmallows & liquorice ---2000AC---
carob ---2000AC---
Peanuts
I & II ---1500AC---
chocolate---1500AC---
horseradish---1500AC---
raisins---1490AC---
sugar---1200AC---
pickles---1000AC---
peaches---1000AC---
tomatoes & tomatillos---900AC---
celery---850AC---
cinnamon---700AC---
cabbage---600AC---
sausages & artichokes---500AC---
pastries & appetizers---5º Século AC---
pasta & macaroni---490AC---
garden cress---400AC---
beets & bananas---4º Século AC---
turkeys & asparagus---200AC---
quinces---65AC---
Devon cattle---55AC---
chestnuts---Século I ---
lobster, crab & shrimp---Século I --- French toast---Século I ---
omlettes---Século I ---
strawberries---Século I ---
raspberries---Século I ---
capers, turnips & kale---Século I ---
ice cream---62---

sushi---Século II---
lemons---Século III---
tofu---220---
pretzels---Século V---
eggplant---Século VI---
spinach---Século VI---

coffee---Século IX---
cod---Século IX---
loquats---Século X---
baklava & filo---Século XI---
corned beef & lychees---Século XI---
breadfruit & okra---Século XII---


hamburgers---Século XIII---


kiwis & Mexican limes---Século XIV---
kebabs---Século XIV---
gingerbread & Lebkuchen---1395---
coconuts---Século XV---

pork & beans---1475---
hot dogs---1484---
pineapples
I & II---1493---
marmelade
I & II ---1495---
teriyaki chicken---Século XVI---
pecans & cornish pasties-Século XVI---
papayas & cashews- Século XVI---
turkeys in Europe---Século XVI---
tempura in Japan---Século XVI---
Texas Longhorns---Século XVI---
sweet potatoes in Europe---1517---
vanilla in Europe---1529---

tomatoes in Europe---1544---

Camembert cheese---1554---

Brussels sprouts & kohlrabi---1587---
pot luck---1592---
doughnuts in America---Século XVII---
pralines & coffee cake---Século XVII---
cream puffs & eclairs---Século XVII---
maple syrup
I & II---Século XVII---
Jerusalem artichokes---1605---
bagels---1610---
dairy cows in America---1611---
coffee in Europe---1615---

rum---1650---

Kosher food in the U.S.---1654---
cowpeas in America---1675---
cranberries in New Jersey---1680---

rice in South Carolina---1690---

French fries
I & II--- Século XVIII---
muffins & crackers- Século XVIII---
tapioca --- Século XVIII---
Montelimar nougat---1701---
casseroles---1708---
Stilton cheese---1722---
caramel---1725---

Hereford cows---1742---

sugar beets---1747---
grapefruit---1750---
Swedish meatballs---1754---
Newtown Pippin apples---1755---
mayonnaise---1756---
Tartar sauce---1756---
figs in California---1759---
sandwiches---1762---
oysters in America---1763---
Baker's chocolate---1764---
Bartlett pears---1765---
soda water---1767---

grapes in California---1769---

Jersey cows---1771---
New Zealand spinach---1771---





tomatoes in America---1781---
lollipops---1784---


















Mandarin oranges/Europe---1805---
Bosc Pears---1807---


McIntosh apples---1811---
taffy, toffee & butterscotch---1817---

lady fingers---1820---
chicken-fried steak---1824---
A1 Steak Sauce---1824---
fondue---1826---
Macadamia nuts---1828---

soft drinks in America---1830---
bouillabaisse---1830s--
Hopping John---1830s--




Worcestershire Sauce---1835---
Michigan mint---1835---
Idaho potatoes---1837---
Key limes---1839---



Poland Spring water---1845---
Chinese food in America---1847---
Trenton crackers---1848---
Concord grapes---1849---
berries in Oregon---1850---
modern marshmallows --1850---
cherries in Michigan---1852---
potato chips---1853---
condensed milk---1856---
Peek Freans---1857---
Rumford Baking Powder---1859---
fish & chips---1860---
cranberries in Wisconsin---1860---






breakfast cereal---1863---


Underwood Deviled Ham---1867---
synthetic baby food---1867---
Tabasco sauce---1868---
Fleischmann's Yeast---1868---
Campbell's Soup---1869---
margarine---1870---
Paragon tomatoes---1870---
California raisins---1870s---



Long Island duck---1873---

summer pudding---1875---
Hires root beer---1876---
Heinz Ketchup---1876---




Wheatena---1879---
Saccharin---1879---
candy corn---1800s--
passion fruit---1880s--
French dressing---1880s--




salt water taffy---1883---
Dr Pepper---1885---
evaporated milk---1885---
oysters in New York---1885---
Coca Cola---1886---
malted milk & Georgia pecans---1887---
Barbados cherries---1887---
pizza as we know it---1895---
peanut butter---1890---
Fig Newtons---1891---
Cracker Jacks & Postum---1893---

fudge & Good and Plenty---1893---
Hershey bars & Sen-Sen---1894---

Salisbury steak---1895---
Chop suey---1896---

Fruitcake, Corsicana TX---1896---
Jell-O & tangelos---1897---
1000 Island dressing ---1897---
cotton candy& Melba toast---1897---
Texas sweet onions---1898---





Cottolene---1900---
NECCO candies---1901---
peanut butter & jelly---1901---
Nabisco's
Animal Crackers---1902---
Karo syrup---1902---
Conversation Hearts---1902---
Horn & Hardart's Automats---1902---

Mt. Clemens Flakes & Marmite--1902---
Club sandwiches---1903---
canned tuna---1903---
ice cream cones
I & II---1904---
banana splits---1904---



New York pizza ---1905---
submarine sandwiches---1905---
Kellogg's Corn Flakes---1906---
Muffuletta sandwiches---1906---
Divinity fudge---1907---
Steak Diane---1908---







Crisco & Junket---1911---

Oreos---1912---
Mallomars---1913---

Fettuccine Alfredo---1914---
hush puppies---1915---








Moon pies---1917---
Marshmallow Fluff---1917---
Fortune cookies---1918---
Chase's Cherry Mash---1918---
French dip sandwich---1918---

Eskimo Pie & Good Humor---1920---


Wonder Bread---1921---
Wheaties ---1921---
Vegemite---1922---
Girl Scout Cookies---1922---
popsicles ---1923---
frozen foods---1924---
pineapple upside-down cake---1924---
Texas hot weiners---1924---


Kool-Aid & Pez---1927---
Gerber's baby food---1928---
It's It---1928---
Twizzlers & Karmelkorn---1929---
Po'Boy & hot Italian sandwiches--1929---
Bisquick & Vidalia onions---1931---
tacos in LA ---1931---
Fritos---1932---
Marshmallow Sandwich cookies---1932---
Hawaiian Punch---1934---
Gravy Master & sloppy joes---1935---
Kashering of Coca Cola---1935---
Dagwood sandwich---1936---
SPAM & Krispy Kreme---1937---
Kraft macaroni & chese---1937---



canned soda---1938---
chicken & waffles---1938---
Spiedies---1939---
York Peppermint Patties---1940---
M & Ms & Cheerios ---1941---
Corn dogs & Pronto pups---1942---
nachos---1943---
Chicago-style pizza---1943---
frozen french fries---1948---
seedless watermelon---1949---
Jolly Ranchers---1949---
Whoppers---1949---
Loco moco---1949---


American Tex-Mex---1950s--
smoothies---1950s--
Maypo---1953---
Jello-O instant pudding---1953---
Marshmallow Peeps---1953---
TV Dinners
I, II & III---1954---
ranch dressing---1954---

Oregon Marionberries---1956---
Tang & Beefalo---1957---
Rice-A-Roni & Diet-Rite---1958---



Life cereal---1961---
instant mashed potatoes---1962---

Buffalo Wings---1964---
Gatorade ---1965---
gyros---1970s--


Kobe beef & wagyu---1976---

Yukon gold potatoes---1981---


Orangetti spaghetti squash---1986---

Flavr Savr tomatoes---1994---
grape tomatoes---1998---


Flat Iron steak---2002---
tear-free onions---2002---
New products from Kraft---2004---




























 
-------------Comida e dieta pré-históricas





---10,000AC---Inicio da Agricultura I & II

---10,000AC---
pão & cerveja
---10,000AC---sopa

















---4000AC---yeast breads: pitta & focaccia










---2300AC---
Egito Antigo





---1700AC---Mesopotamia banquets & recipes





---1000AC---Jerusalem, Labeneh






---Século III AC---Chinese moon cakes





---Século I ---Ancient Rome I, II, III & IV
---Século I ---fried chicken & foie gras
---Século I ---Italian wedding soup
---Século I ---rice pudding
---Século I ---flan & cheesecake
---Século I ---The Haggis
---70---
challah bread
---Século III ---Roman Britain's cuisine & recipes
---Século III ---De Re Culinaria & De Opsoniis et Condimentis, Apicius
---Século IV ---
Jerusalem, White kidney bean salad
---Século V a IX---Anglo-Saxon foods
---Século VII---Jerusalem, Coriander & pine nut salad
---Século VII---kimchi
---Século VIII---Ancient Maya
---Século VIII a XII---Crusader cuisine in Jerusalem
---Século VIII a XII---Viking era food, feasting & recipes
---Século X a XV---Medieval food
---Século X---Peking duck
---Século XIII---ravioli & lasagne
---Século XIII---pancakes & waffles
---Século XIII---Viandier de Taillevent
---Século XIII---
couscous
---Século XIV---guacamole
---Século XIV---Humble pie history & recipe
---Século XIV---Le Menagier de Paris
---1303---pie
---1381---apple pie & ---1382---crumpets
---1386---Chaucerian Cookery, feasts!
---1390---
The Forme of Cury
---1390---applesauce
---1393---Pipefarces (fried cheese sticks)
---Século XV---
marzipan in England
---Século XV---
borshch
---Século XV, Netherlands Wel Ende Edelike Spijse
---1492---Christopher Columbus old world cuisine
---Século XVI---
salsa
---Século XVI---quiche
---Século XVI---puff paste
---1514---Een Notabel Boecxken Van Cokeryen, in Dutch


---1545---
A Proper newe Booke of Cokerye



---1588---English pastry, from The Good Huswifes Handmaid for Cookerie in her Kitchen
---1590---
Shakepeare's food
---1593---Cocboeck, Carolus Battus (in Dutch)
---1596---
English trifle
---1597---potato salad
---Século XVII--- corn bread, hoe cakes, spoonbread & hominy
---Século XVII---chess pie & shortbread
---Século XVII---authentic recipes, transcribed
---Século XVII---
French onion soup & salad
---1604---Raspberry jelly & modern version
---1605---Guy Fawkes' menus
I & II
---1607---Jamestown settlers ate pottage (p. 20)
---1615---
Rice pudding, Gervase Markham's English Huswife
---1615---
A New booke of cookerie
---1616---Koge-Bog (first printed Nordic cookbook)
---1621---
Pilgrim Thanksgiving
---1651---Le Cuisinier Francois, La Varenne (en Francias)
---1653---
pumpkin pie & lemonade
---1669---De Verstandige Kock, in Dutch
---1672---
A Queen-Like Closet, Hannah Wooley
---1675---Gervase Markham's
English House-Wife
---1683---De Verstandige Kock, colonial Dutch recipes
---1685---Robert Mays'
Accomplisht Cook
---1686---croissants
---1691---lemon meringue pie
---Século XVIII America---Colonial & Early American fare
---Século XVIII America---
crab cakes
---Século XVIII Canada---French Canadian fare, Fortress of Louisbourg
---Século XVIII---
English muffins & chowder
---Século XVIII---sticky buns (aka cinnamon buns)

---1717---Massialot's Le Nouveau Cuisiner Royale et Bourgoise
I & II
---1720---Receipts of Pastry and Cookery for the Use of his Scholars, Ed. Kidder
---1727---
Hasty pudding, The Compleat Housewife E. Smith
---1740---
pound cake & cupcakes

---1747---Yorkshire pudding & sweet potato pie
---1747--- Salmagundi, Hannah Glasse
---1754---
Colonial Williamsburg food

---1756---
Welsh rabbit




---1765---apple butter
---1769---
ice cream & beef a la mode , Experienced English Housekeeper
---1769---
Eccles cakes
---1770---Colonial wedding cakes
---1771--- Election Cake
---1771---Colonial Day Menu, Turkey Run VA
---1775---
Dried apples from Paul Revere's kitchen
---1775---Hannah Davis' Baked apple crunch
---1777---Firecakes & pepper pot from Valley Forge
---1780s---
Martha Washington's Great Cake
---1780s---Thomas Jefferson's
ice cream (manuscript) & muffins
---1780s---Martha Jefferson's
cream cheese
---1782---souffle
---1785---Kokebok, from Norway
---1786---
deviled eggs
---1787---toad-in-a-hole
---1790s---Atole & pozole, California missions
---1796---
pompkin pudding, from Amelia Simmon's American Cookery
---1796---Jumbles, Fort York Ontario
---1798---Voyageurs ate
pemmican
---1798---American Cookery, Amelia Simmons
---1798---
turnovers
---Século XIX---
Frontier foods from Missouri
---Século XIX---New England seafood from
New Bedford, MA
---Século XIX---New England
old time recipes
---Século XIX--Chile con carne
---Século XIX--wedding cake & shepherd's pie
---Século XIX--Napoleons & Linzertortes
---Século XIX--ammonia cookies & Cape Breton pork pies
---1800---Regency English recipes [Jane Austen]
---1800---Napoleon's
Chicken Marengo
---1803---Frugal Housewife, Susannah Carter
---1805---Charbonneau's
"white pudding" recipe
---1807---
A New System of Domestic Cookery, Mrs. Rundell
---1808---Lucy Emerson's
New England Cookery
---1810---Kentucky Burgoo
---1817---Remoulade, Le Cuisinier Royal (en Francais)
---1818---
Mulaga-tawny soup, Dr. William Kitchener
---1821---
Tomata catsup & orange marmelade, Frederick Accum's Culinary Chemistry
---1824---
gazpacho in America
---1826---Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin's
Physiologie du Gout
---1828---Dr. Creed Haskins' Brunswick stew
---1828--- Vermont common crackers
---1828---
Apees (aka A.P.'s)
---1830---
Frugal Housewife, Lydia Maria Child
---1830---
Washington Cake, Old Sturbridge Village
---1830---Reform Club chef Alex Soyer's
Dessert gelatin
---1830---Mrs. Isaac Cocks' Long Island corn bread
---1830---Cornmeal mush, early Texas cuisine
---1831---
The Cook Not Mad, Watertown NY
---1832---
Seventy-five Receipts for Pastry, Cakes and Sweetmeats, Eliza Leslie
---1832---
The Cook's Own Book, N.K.M. Lee
---1836---
Wedding menu, from America's heartland
---1838---
The Virginia Housewife, Mary Randolph
---1839---
The Good Housekeeper, Sarah Josepha Hale
---1840---
Directions for Cookery, Eliza Leslie
---1840---Oregon Trail
pioneer foods
---1840s---Sam Houston's recipes
---1840s--Irish soda bread
---1843---Washington cake, Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook
---1844---Cornish pastys in UP
I & II
---1845---roly-poly pudding
---1847---Utah bound!
---1847---peanut brittle
---1848--- Skilful Housewife's Guide, Montreal
---1849---
Eliza cookees, Mrs. Hubbell
---1849---California
sourdough bread & Hangtown fry
---1850s--Western sandwiches
---1850s--Eliza Leslie's Strawberry shortcake
---1851---
Great Western Cook Book, Anna Collins
---1853---
Maryland beaten biscuits
---1855---Boston cream pie
---1857---Hanna Winsnes' cookbook (in Norwegian)
---1859---
cobbler
---1860---Cakes & plum puddings, Godey's Lady's Book
---1860s---
Baked Alaska & ice tea
---1861---Charles Elme Francatelli's Baked Goose
---1861---Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management
---1861---Beef Stroganoff
---1861-1865---hardtack
---1863---Confederate Receipt Book, Richmond VA
---1863---
fruit salad
---1864---Sanderson's Complete Confectioner & Complete Cook
---1865---Mrs. Goodfellow's Cookery as it should be
---1866---The National Cookbook, Hannah Peterson
---1868---
The Dominion Home Cookbook, Toronto
---1869---
parfait & Chateaubriand
---1869---Wright's book of 3000 practical receipts
---1869---Pickled limes, Little Women
---1870s---
Parker House rolls
---1870---Jennie June's American Cookbook, Jane Cunningham Croly
---1870---New Orlean's
King cakes
---1870s--Neapolitan ice cream
---1871---groom's cake
---1873---American cuisine, from Miss Beecher's Housekeeper and Healthkeeper cookbook
---1875---
Breakfast, Luncheon, and Tea, Marion Harland
---1875---
Young Housewife's Counsellor and Friend, Mary Ann Mason
---1876---
Practical Cooking and Dinner Giving, Henderson
---1876---
popovers
---1876---Lobster Newburg
---1877--- ambrosia
---1877---Buckeye Cookery, Estelle Woods Wilcox
---1877---
Cowboy cooking
---1878---Army bread from Ft. Laramie, WY
---1878---Directions Diverses, Montreal
---1879---
funnel cakes
---1879---Crimean Tatars ate Chee-Borek & Kobete
---1880---Miss Parloa's New Cookbook, Maria Parloa
---1880s---
angel food & meatloaf
---1881---What Mrs. Fisher Knows About Old Southern Cooking, Abby Fisher
---1883---
Christmas pudding
---1884---Mrs. Lincoln's Boston Cook Book
---1885---Jelly custard pie, Cooking Club of Tu-Whit Hollow
---1885---
La Cuisine Creole, Lafcadio Hearn
---1886---
Woman's Suffrage Cook Book, Mrs. Hattie A. Burr
---1886---
Miss Corson's Practical American Cookery, Juliet Corson
---1887---
Cherries jubilee
---1887---White House Cook Book, F.L. Gillette
---1889---
Aunt Babette's Cook Book: Foreign and Domestic Receipts
---1890---Corn fritters, a.k.a. corn oysters
---1892---
Science in the Kitchen, Ella Eaton Kellogg
---1893---
La Cuisine Francaise: Adapted to American Requirements,
---1893---
Favorite Dishes, Carrie V. Shuman
---1894---Ranhofer's
The Epicurean
---1894---Terrapin, from Delmonico's in NYC
---1894---
Eggs Benedict

---1894---
Recipes Tried and True, Marion Ohio
---1896---
Waldorf salad
---1896---Boston Cooking School Cook Book, Fannie Merritt Farmer
---1896---
Military field bread, U.S. Manual for Army Cooks
---1896---
Henriette Davidis' Practical Cookbook, 35th German edition (in English)
---1897---
Swedish-American Cookbook (Swedish and English)
---1897---
Sweet potato croquettes, Practical Vegetarian Cookery
---1900s---
cioppino
---1900's---Culinary Wrinkles, or how to use Armour's extract of beef
---1900---My Pet Recipes..., St. Andrews Church, Quebec
---1900---
Pensacola Souvenier Cook Book
---1900---Banbury tarts, The Stonington Cookbook, CT
---1900---
Enterprising Housekeeper, Pan-American Exhibition
---1901---
Pan American Cookbook
---1901---Settlement Cook Book, Mrs. Simon Kander
---1902---
Devil's food cake
---1902---Mrs. Rorer's New Cook Book, Sarah Tyson Rorer
---1903---
U.S. Senate Bean Soup
---1903---Wright Brothers' favorite cakes
---1903---Baked stuffed cucumbers, Landmarks Club Cookbook
---1904---
Dr. Price's Delicious Desserts
---1904---Cooking in Old Creole Days, Celestine Eustis
---1904---
Blue Grass Cook Book: Kentucky cookery
---1905---
Los Angeles Times Cook Book
---1905---Lady Baltimore cake
---1906---brownies
---1906---
Inglenook Cook Book, Elgin IL
---1909---
Good Housekeeping Woman's Home Cookbook, Isabel Gordon Curtis
---1909---
Washington Woman's Cook Book (Seattle)
---1909---
Lamingtons
---1910's---Jell-O: America's most famous dessert
---1910---Home Helps: A Pure Food Cook Book
---1910---Chipped beef, Manual for Army Cooks
---1911---
Good Things to Eat, Rufus Estes
---1911---
Kitchen Encyclopedia, Swift & Company
---1912---
Mary Frances Cook Book, Jane Eayre Fryer
---1912---
War Time Cooking, Lydia E. Pinkham
---1913---
Choice Recipes: Chocolate and Cocoa, Walter Baker & Co.
---1913---
Dishes and Beverages of the Old South, Martha Williams
---1913---
Coq au vin
---1914---Chinese-Japanese Cook Book, Sara Bosse
---1914---
Neighborhood Cook Book, Council of Jewish Women
---1914---ANZAC biscuits
I II & III
---1914---Fruit recipes, Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture
---1914---Clarence Edwords'
Celery Victor
---1915---Dainty Desserts for Dainty People, Knox Gelatin Co.
---1915---
Pan-Pacific Cookbook, Exposition fare
---1915---
Economical Cook Book, Ottowa
---1916---
Field bread, Manual for Army Bakers
---1917---
Donuts from the Salvation Army
---1917---
Vichyssoise, Louis Diat
---1917---
55 Ways to Save Eggs & Best War Time Recipes
---1918---World War I recipes from the Doughboy Cookbook
---1918---Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cook Book
---1919---International Jewish Cook Book, Florence Kreisler Greenbaum
---1919---
The Hotel St. Francis Cookbook, Victor Hirtzler
---1919---
Italian Cook Book, Maria Gentile
---1919---
chocolate truffles
---1920s---Popular U.S. foods & menus
---1920s---egg creams
---1920---Fleischmann's recipes
---1922---Jell-O recipes

---1924---Caesar salad
---1925---George Washington Carver's peanut recipes
---1925---pecan pie
---1925---
Lemon sponge cake from 800 Proved Pecan Recipes
---1927---Electric Refrigerator Recipes, General Electric
---1927---
s'mores
---1928---Nellie Aldridge's orange recipes

---1930's---Popular U.S. foods & menus
---1930s---Pavlova cake
---1930s---Philadelphia cheese steak
---1930s--banana bread
---1930s--Cajun fried turkey
---1931---souffle, Joy of Cooking
---1933---Ruth Wakefield's
Toll House cookies
---1933---peanut butter cookies
---1936---Dr. George Washington Carver's 115 tomato recipes
---1937---Dr. Carver's sweet potato recipes
---1937---Reuben sandwiches
---1937---
Old Dutch Recipes from the ladies of Pella, Iowa
---1937---
Cobb salad, from the Brown Derby
---1939---Colonel Sanders'
secret recipe
---1940's---Popular U.S. foods & menus
---1940---British rock cake & syrup biscuits
---1940---
Recipes, Britain's Ministry of Food
---1941---
Lord Woolton Pie & sugarless sponge cake
---1941---
Rice Krispies treats & Monte Cristo sandwiches
---1941---carpetbag steak
---1942---WWII, spice cake
---1942---MFK Fisher's Tomato & War cakes
---1943---
99 ways to share the Meat, USDA
---1946---
city chicken

---1948---Mr. Truman's recipes I, II, & III
---1949---Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest Theodora Smafield's No-Knead Water-Rising Twists
---1949---
Wacky cake
---1950's---Popular U.S. foods & menus
---1950's---Mexican wedding cakes
---1950's---Nesselrode pie
---1951---
Bananas Foster

---1953---Mrs. Eisenhower's Million Dollar Fudge
---1955---Chex mix
---1957---
Poutine from Quebec
---1957---
German's Sweet Chocolate cake
---1958---Navy bean soup & other U.S. Navy traditions
---1960's---
Popular foods & menus
---1960's--Beef Wellington
---1960s---Digger bread, San Francisco
---1960---
Green Eggs & Ham, Dr. Seuss
---1962---
Minced beef, Navy-Marine Corps Recipe Service

---1964---
Hot Dutch Tuna Buns & pita bread, NYC World's Fair
---1969---
Creamed ground beef, Armed Forces Recipe Service
---1969---
Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs
---1970's--Popular U.S. foods & menus
---1970's---California rolls
---1970's--Tiramisu
---1975---Pasta primavera

---1978---hummingbird cake
---1980's--Popular U.S. foods & menus
---1980's--Mud pie & Dirt cake
---1980's---monkey bread
---1981---Watergate salad & cake (pistachio)




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© Lynne Olver 1999
17 July 2005
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