20 Best Food History Blogs and Websites

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1. Restaurant-ing Through History

Restaurant-ing Through History My fascination with restaurants goes back to childhood. For over 20 years I've taken notes and gathered material about restaurants in American hi...story and can say, without bragging, that there are few others in the US who know more about American restaurants of the past two centuries than I do. I hope you will enjoy reading my posts.more
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1 post / week DA 53 Get Email Contact

2. Old Line Plate

Old Line Plate Baltimore, Maryland, US
Hi! I am Kara. I am exploring the foodways and cooking traditions of Maryland. Old Line Plate is NOT about romanticizing the past. I'm still learn...ing about history and about cooking and this blog is essentially a documentation of that process.more
oldlineplate.com
1.4K 872 1 post / week DA 27 Get Email Contact

3. The Regency Cook Blog

The Regency Cook Blog I offer online courses and in-person cookery classes where you learn to cook food that Jane Austen or your great-great-grandmother might have eaten. A...nd you'll learn the history behind the dishes too. As the Regency Cook, I can be your guide as we rediscover long-forgotten recipes from the early 1800s together.more
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474 13.4K 1.9K 1 post / quarter DA 22 Get Email Contact

4. Cooking in the Archives

Cooking in the Archives Cooking in the Archives sets out to find, cook, and discuss recipes from cookbooks produced between 1600 and 1800. This project is situated at the int...ersection between the practice of modern cooking and the history of early modern manuscripts and printed recipe books.more
rarecooking.com
1.1K 7.2K 1.8K 1 post / quarter DA 37 Get Email Contact

5. British Food: A History

British Food: A History Manchester, England, UK
Hello and welcome to British Food: A History, my blog that attempts to tell the history of Britain through its food and food cultures. In addition to ...all the history, I also want to provide plenty of recipes to try that actually works - even if sometimes the ingredients are a little too strange for our modern tastes. I also hope to be able to show you some basic (and not so basic!) cooking techniques so that you can increase your own arsenal of culinary skills.more
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3.6K 1 post / month Jul 2011 DA 50 Get Email Contact

6. The Food Historian Blog

The Food Historian Blog New Windsor, New York, US
Sarah Wassberg Johnson is The Food Historian - author, speaker, educator, podcaster, and blogger on all things related to food history. The goal of Th...e Food Historian website is to create interesting, engaging, and accurate food history content for the general public and to provide access to food history resources for researchers and the curious alike.more
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1.5K 329 965 1 post / quarter Feb 2016 DA 26 Get Email Contact

7. The Vintage Kitchen

The Vintage Kitchen Here in The Vintage Kitchen, we are on a mission to discover those fascinating details that have laid the groundwork for what, where, why, and how we ...cook today. Highlighting vintage culinary creativity in a variety of ways from interior design to interviews, gardening to gadgets, travel to techniques, recipes to restaurants, and all those lovely china pieces in-between we discover how the past connects us to the present when it comes to the kitchen.more
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508 748 1 post / week DA 16 Get Email Contact

8. Tavola Mediterranea

Tavola Mediterranea California, US
Farrell Monaco is an award-winning Roman archaeologist, baker, and public educator whose research (and baking!) centers on food from the Roman Mediter...ranean. Farrell is recognized for her experimental archaeology projects, featured on her site Tavola Mediterranea, where she recreates Ancient Roman recipes using techniques and ingredients sourced from archeological research in addition to ancient texts and art.more
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21K 2.3K 6.6K 1 post / quarter DA 38 Get Email Contact

9. Ken Albala's Food Rant Blog

Ken Albala's Food Rant Blog California, US
Hi! I'm Ken Albala. I'm a Food Historian at the University of the Pacific and the author of Eating Right in the Renaissance, Food in Early Mod...ern Europe, and many more books.more
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1 post / quarter DA 43 Get Email Contact

10. The History Chef!

The History Chef! Berkeley, California, US
Hi! I'm a literary agent, attorney, and author who holds a Ph.D. in history from UC Berkeley. My books include MACHIAVELLI FOR MOMS (Simon & Schus...ter) and Forgotten Crimes: the Holocaust and People with Disabilities. I'm also a ghostwriter for a #1 New York Times bestselling author.more
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2.1K 1 post / month DA 43 Get Email Contact

11. Gherkins & Tomatoes

Gherkins & Tomatoes Cynthia D. Bertelsen is an author and photographer with expertise in international culinary history and foodways. She began writing her blog, 'Gherkin...s & Tomatoes,' in 2008, covering all manner of topics.more
gherkinstomatoes.com
1 post / week DA 42 Get Email Contact

12. The Historical Cooking Project

The Historical Cooking Project The Historical Cooking Project showcases new scholarship on the study of food throughout history. We are an interdisciplinary organization. Our materi...al challenges the division between academic and public history.more
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1 post / month DA 34 Get Email Contact

13. Bites of Food History

Bites of Food History Here on Bites of Food History discover Susan McLellan's Experimental Archaeology of Food. She shares insightful write-ups covering and featuring e...very detail of food history from a variety of food to stoves & ovens.more
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2 posts / week DA 17 Get Email Contact

14. History Preserved

History Preserved New York, US
I have a passion for understanding history through doing - recreating recipes, sewing and wearing clothes, trying out gardening techniques, studying d...ocuments, and reading books from another time. Here at American Victory Kitchen, I'm exploring American ration recipes from World War II to learn more in-depth about this unique part of our historical culinary heritage.more
history-preserved.com
2 posts / year DA 18 Get Email Contact

15. Researching Food History Blog

Researching Food History Blog Culinary historian researching food history & cooking apparatus. The site contains articles on an open hearth, bake oven, wood stove, and other pre-WW...I forms of cooking and related subjects, and more.more
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1 post / month DA 42 Get Email Contact

16. Thehistoricfoodie's Blog

Thehistoricfoodie's Blog The Historic Foodie, sometimes known as Victoria (Rumble) Brady, has written several books and a host of magazine articles about the joys of food and ...cooking in earlier times. She collects antique cookware from the U.S. and Europe and her interests include heirloom gardening, food preservation, and preparation as well as all aspects of 18th-century material culture.more
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1 post / year DA 30 Get Email Contact

17. Medieval Cookery Blog

Medieval Cookery Blog I generally only put stuff on the website that I feel is 'reasonably' complete. Here I'll be posting thoughts and recent discoveries about medieva...l European cooking, as well as tangentially related subjects like calendars, language, and culture.more
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1 post / year DA 17 Get Email Contact

18. Musings on Food and History

Musings on Food and History Annie Gray is a Social historian specializing in food and dining, c.1600 onwards. She is a resident food historian on Radio 4's The Kitchen Cabine...t, sometimes to be seen on the telly as well. Holder of many opinions on food, both past, and present, Annie is a research associate at the University of York. And a freelancer within the wide field of public history - lecturing, demonstrating, donning a costume, and cooking.more
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19. Historical Foodways

Historical Foodways Hello! My name is Juneisy, although I sometimes go by June, and the history of food, cooking, eating, ingredients, and cookbooks/recipes is my passion.... I hold a Ph.D. in United States history with a concentration in Early America. My dissertation explores food economies and trans-imperial trade and relations in the colonial North American Southeast.more
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20. Ancientfoods

Ancientfoods Exploring the origins and history of food & drink around the world. My name is Joanna Linsley-Poe. I am a chef, artisan bread baker, ancient food hist...orian, food archaeologist, and anthropologist as well as a writer. Although that sounds like quite a mouthful, I guess it's all about a love of history and food.more
ancientfoods.wordp..
523 1 post / year DA 29 Get Email Contact

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Food History Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Food History. Get Spreadsheet
Blogger Name Email Blog Link Total Blog Posts
hearttohearthcookery hearttohearthcookery.wordpress.com 40
Kara oldlineplate.com 11
Jan Whitaker restaurant-ingthroughhistory.com 8
buttery77 britishfoodhistory.com 8
PBReber researchingfoodhistory.blogspot.com 8
Cynthia Bertelsen gherkinstomatoes.com 5
In The Vintage Kitchen inthevintagekitchen.com 3
Suzy Evans lincolnslunch.blogspot.com 3
Mary Leah de Zwart bcfoodhistory.ca 2
historypreserved history-preserved.com 2
Alex Ketchum historicalcookingproject.com 1
Farrell Monaco tavolamediterranea.com 1
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