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This is a very good recounting of early cooking and preservation methods in the pacific northwest. Happily we can say that her newest book is a superb sequel, looking in on the pioneers once they reached their new home bases.

This is a very good recounting of early cooking and preservation methods in the pacific northwest. Note some people who glimpsed it on my desk were disappointed, thinking it a cookbook. Some basic information about early preservation, pickling, flour processing and sugar.

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Pacific Northwest Cooking, 1843-1900: ISBN 0874221374. If shipped within the . Very Good condition book in a Very Good condition dustjacket with minor rubs and creases around its edges. Small owners name and date on front free endpaper, otherwise a Tight, sound, unmarked copy.

It isn't a book to read all at once, rather savor it and learn how much it took just to get dinner on the table at the turn of the last century.

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Williams, Jacqueline B. The Way We Ate: Pacific Northwest Cooking, 1843-1900. Fischer, Maureen M. Nineteenth-Century Lumber Camp Cooking. This is an accurate look at the drama of pioneer life in the Pacific Northwest through their food. The author takes a comprehensive look at: the history; the equipment including ice boxes and Dutch Ovens; the ingredients, with water and flour as staples; and the methods, including picking, drying and preserving; and more. This book discusses the daily life in early Pacific Northwest logging camps

The Way We Ate. Pacific Northwest Cooking, 1843-1900. Interlacing a lively narrative with the pioneers’ own words, The Way We Ate is truly a feast for those who believe that much depends on dinner. Illustrations, notes, index, 240 pages (1996).

The Way We Ate. Food historian Jacqueline B. Williams describes cooking and dining practices from the earliest years of settlement to the time when railroads transported the latest ingredients and utensils, shedding significant light on a mundane aspect of our past.

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Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. The way we ate : Pacific Northwest cooking, 1843-1900 Jacqueline B. Book's title: The way we ate : Pacific Northwest cooking, 1843-1900 Jacqueline B. Library of Congress Control Number: 96021942. Download now The way we ate : Pacific Northwest cooking, 1843-1900 Jacqueline B. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Hugifyn
The western immigrants of the mid-to-late1800s survived by the way they ate, which is vastly different than today. This book takes you back to the way it really was--including cooking without ovens, preserving foods, and varied food uses of plants and animals. I am sure exhaustive research went into the writing of this book, with the author using lots of diary entries for factual recounting of the times as well as providing a complete understanding of life in the1800s.
PC-rider
The history of food fascinates me, and early american history is no exception. This is a very good recounting of early cooking and preservation methods in the pacific northwest. Note some people who glimpsed it on my desk were disappointed, thinking it a cookbook. It isn't intended to be one. It is, however, a very good review of how people ate given the times in which they lived. Some basic information about early preservation, pickling, flour processing and sugar. Let's just say that we should all be really glad our modern staples are regulated by the government somewhat!

I quite enjoyed it. Even if you don't typically like history books, if food fascinates you, give this a whirl. It's full of tasty trivia.
Vudogal
This book's focus is after arrival in Washington including building cabins. I was hoping for meals on the trail, but still good information.
Nawenadet
Jackie Williams is a friend of ours, a fellow collector of spud-abilia and appreciator of the potato, who has written several cookbooks as well as a fine food history work, Wagon Wheel Kitchens, Food on the Oregon Trail. Happily we can say that her newest book is a superb sequel, looking in on the pioneers once they reached their new home bases. Jackie has researched this subject down to the last eggless cake and translates all her findings into pleasing prose.
Starting with all-essential water, then moving from early kitchens--every woman wanted a proper cookstove, but many made do with Dutch ovens over hot coals--to the perils of pickling , Jackie Williams paints an engaging picture of the improvisational skills of early settlers and their appreciation for the bounty of the land when it came their way.
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