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How a Neapolitan street food became the most successful immigrant of all

Among the Pennsylvania Dutch, both plain and fancy, the milk is yet, the schnitz-un-gnepp delights the soul, and the soup is thick enough to stand on

A history of the food reformers and cereal kings who made Battle Creek the center of a revolution in Americans eating habits

At one of the first American “health resorts” in upstate New York, shortly before the Civil War, a bilious health seeker named Albert Wheeler munched his Graham cracker and committed his thoughts to paper: Read more >>