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The History of American Food

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    Crossover... Part 4: Housekeeping, Deception & a Training Montage - Shogun Ep 4

    17 MAG 2024 · Want to get more of the Shogun? Head over to Prizefighters, Circusfreaks & Gangsters - we're up to Ep 7!  BUt in the meantime... you can just sit back and listen to us take apart and give context to 17th Century Japan. As always - you can reach us on the internets. Jamie Lewis (https://plagueofstrength.com/& IG @plagueofstrength) & Greta Hardin (The History of American Food podcast & @THoAFood all over) Look for us weekly and on Instagram & Threads: @pcgpodcast
    1 h 26 min. 32 sec.
  • 119 More Radical Changes to 19th Century Food Storage - Mason Jars & All That

    15 MAG 2024 · It's officially the appearance of the Mason. Jar in American Food. You get to learn about how lack. of child labor protections made it possible, and how inventing stuff in the food preservation doesn't seem to make you rich. Learnn about how water power made inventing metal stuff possible, and how important the screw is to the development of American food. And learn how they way humans fight wars and travel the earth has never been the same since the introduction of canned and jarred food Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor Turtle Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/ Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads: @THoAFood Instagram: @THoAFood
    28 min. 45 sec.
  • 118 Radical Changes to 19th Century Food Storage - Mostly the Metal Can Part

    8 MAG 2024 · (Want more Shogun? - jump over here to Prizefighters, Circus Freaks & Gangsters - shortcut: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/is-that-how-you-use-the-rules-to-win-shogun-ep-3--59537101 Silly me, I thought I could encompass the whole can and glass jar thing in one episode.  I was wrong. Instead this episode talks about early bottling, the introduction of canning and how it was used in the early 19th century.  And there's lots of talk about botulinum toxin and botulism... a fear of my childhood, but a cosmetic procedure today.  Who knew? So to learn about the steps that lead to canned food coming in glass jars - tune in! Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor Turtle Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/ Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads: @THoAFood Instagram: @THoAFood
    28 min. 25 sec.
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    Crossover... Part 3: Is That How You Use the Rules? - Shogun Ep 3

    3 MAG 2024 · Look you guys... Ep 4 & Ep 5 are already up on the other feed.  No need to wait! I'm super glad you are digging this bonus content. If you want more just subscribe to the main  Prizefighters Circus Freak & Gangsters Podcast We are like this ALL the time, and you get to learn ALL the new stuff - ok all the new stuff about the old stuff. Come enjoy it all. As always - you can reach us on the internets. Jamie Lewis (https://plagueofstrength.com/& IG @plagueofstrength) & Greta Hardin (The History of American Food podcast & @THoAFood all over) Look for us weekly and on Instagram & Threads: @pcgpodcast
    1 h 12 sec.
  • 117 The History of Glass - Mostly Translucent

    1 MAG 2024 · (Want more Shogun? - jump over here to Prizefighters, Circus Freaks & Gangsters - shortcut: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/is-that-how-you-use-the-rules-to-win-shogun-ep-3--59537101 This week it’s glass - a history.  We talk sand (SAND!) fire, volcanos and sharp things.  Minerals, amorphous materials and how glass is a solid and not even a little a liquid.   What was glass before it was windows - or even see through?  And how badly did the early Americans want glass?  Bad enough that they lured European glass makers here - with the promise of plenty of fuel, plenty of sand (SAND!) and an apparently forever growing market.  Along with slightly less hard work with the promise of mechanization. So stand back, but look on at the shiny hot stuff and learn some facts about the history of glass. Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor Turtle Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/ Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads: @THoAFood Instagram: @THoAFood
    29 min. 15 sec.
  • 116 Sugar - More Kinds & Less Expensive than Ever

    26 APR 2024 · Does war make people innovate?  Sure sometimes, but profit and shortages can often do more. In this case, Mercantilist sentiments crossed with Napoleon losing wars and causing a big ol' blockade by the British didn't hurt. This week sugar and sweeteners grow!  It's not just all sugar anymore.  Corn syrup appears.  The sugar beet is made real.   For the video where that either nostalgic OR brnad new sugar beet ditty comes from... here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuZNSGdg2ms I'll be sending out a toffee recipe in the socials as soon as I get myself together.  Moving house and all that! Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor Turtle Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/ Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads: @THoAFood Instagram: @THoAFood
    26 min. 4 sec.
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    Crossover... Part 2: 041 Oh Sure Just Die and Leave Us With This (Beautiful) Mess - Shogun Ep 2

    19 APR 2024 ·  OK - Episode 1 of Shogun... A bunch of you tuned in. I have SACRAFICED my CLEAN rating on Apple Podcasts for this. So here's Ep 2 Come on over to Prizefighters, Circus Freaks & Gangsters to hear Episode 3 of Shogun... Today! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/prizefighters-circus-freaks-gangsters/id1697541036 https://open.spotify.com/show/37AWOQrPRrflq6crMYTKNc?si=DN4FYm_aSRWFsbUgQMr6Fw You Tube Music https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/prizefighters-circus-freaks-gangsters--5909156 This only get's messier.  And after this episode (Ep 3 available now) the sound gets fixed.
    1 h 27 min. 43 sec.
  • 115 Iron - Lets Get Cooking

    17 APR 2024 · It's the 19th Century and the whole show is about to change - and it's Iron that makes it possible.  How we cook, how we get around and what is going to be available to even make food out of. With a mysterious detour through why calculus is important, find out how Iron and American food continue to be absolutely inextricable. Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor Turtle Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/ Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads: @THoAFood Instagram: @THoAFood
    23 min. 17 sec.
  • 114 - America at Last - What Does it Look Like Now?

    10 APR 2024 · For those of you looking for the Shōgun review - the unhinged 19th Century - and our take on it at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5909156/episodes/feed is what you are looking for… even though not technically the 19th century.   Want to visit the https://www.nps.gov/oreg/index.htm - here’s the link I promised: https://www.nps.gov/oreg/index.htm And for Old American Food - you are in the right place.  The 19th Century - it’s braggadocio, optimism and hopefulness, plus a certain sprinkling of constructive narcissism... honestly is more representative of the American Spirit as we know it today than almost anything that happened in the 18th century.  As a warning and a warm up, this week’s episode takes you through just how much and how far I have to go to encompass 1800 to 1861 - the start of the American civil war.  Jump in, and buckle up.  The loop de loops are coming. Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor Turtle Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/ Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads: @THoAFood Instagram: @THoAFood
    21 min. 59 sec.
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    Special Ep Crossover: 040 This Time in Japan - Shogun Ep 1

    3 APR 2024 · It is KILLING me that I get featured while on a research break! I mean yes - head for the back catalog... but if you are a "what's new" kinda listener I gotta let you have something. So - for fun, here's a crossover episode from my other podcast - Prizefighters, Circusfreaks & Gangsters - which is mainly about the mayhem that was the 19th century in America and the hot nonsense that is most of the media that depicts the 19th Century in America.  Food, Fashion, Fighting and Fraud - and then as we go on... a whole bunch of other F's So of course, I'm posting a special episode that covers media that's about the 17th century (wrong time) and Japan (wrong place!) But if you are interested at all in the show Shogun, or why the 19th century is as riotous as it is - and what it's busting up - come in for a listen. ------- Shogun - The Mini Series - The Reboot How, you ask, can we justify leaping all the way back to the 17th Century in a 19th Century podcast?  Tune in and find out. But also - the perils & hilarity of reading the source material are revealed.Who'd face blind?Why do the Japanese interiors look so cool?Find out who has the best beard! They're aren't many fights - but there's plenty of all the other F's!Come for the standard stuff, but stay for the detours. And go enjoy the stylish as hell show. Jamie Lewis (https://plagueofstrength.com/& IG @plagueofstrength)&Greta Hardin (The History of American Food podcast & @THoAFood all over)Look for us weekly and on Instagram & Threads: @pcgpodcast
    1 h 23 min. 36 sec.

Starting with the first English settlements in the 17th Century, this podcasts traces how we went from barrels of salted meat & peas to Korean bbq tacos and the largest...

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Starting with the first English settlements in the 17th Century, this podcasts traces how we went from barrels of salted meat & peas to Korean bbq tacos and the largest grocery store selections ever seen anywhere in the world. We'll go everywhere - and it is full of surprises.

Show Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/
Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood@gmail.com
Twitter: @THoAFood
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