The other day I was reading about Ruth Fertel and her contribution to food history. We all know that one person who cooks a mean steak. Today we are going to talk all about Ruth Fertel and how she earned
This week’s episode is all about what happens when snake oil salesmen become doctors in dangerous ways. These pseudo doctors became a main reason the FDA was formed and given teeth to go after harmful medicine. Today we are going
Who is Marie Callender? We’ve seen the pies in the grocery store, but many are surprised to know Marie Callender was a real person. Her story and history are a rags to riches tale that would make any American proud.
Banana pudding has a rich and storied history. I can’t think of few things that ring the bells of nostalgia quite like banana pudding. Have you ever wondered is banana pudding southern? Today’s episode dives deep into how this favorite
A few weeks ago we had an episode all about the history of the Po’ Boy sandwich. Gendusa Bakery was at the core of that discussion. As I learned more about Gendusa Bakery, I knew I had to get them
The history of In-N-Out stretches all the way back to 1948. Harry and Esther Snyder started the first In-N-Out in Baldwin, CA. On today’s episode we are going to dive right into this amazing company and its history. Before I
Today’s episode is all about the history of peanut butter. From the ancient Incas to John Kellogg, we are going to do a deep dive into what makes this a truly delicious and American concoction. A Brief History of Peanut