Maple syrup making in North America… Visit the Maple Museum in New Hampshire with a taste-testing bar and authentic sugarhouse, and the American Maple Museum in the Adirondack region of New York. For another syrup sweetener, see Sorghum.
The Pioneer kitchen at the museum in Watertown New York is the scene for hands-on pioneer kitchen work for children during the Pioneer Times program. On the other side of the room you can see over 50 years in the future to a Victorian kitchen — a good way to compare historic kitchens side-by-side! Like
Visit the 1950s kitchen at Lansing Michigan’s Historical Museum (PDF). A youtuber posted a casual view of the exhibit:
Eva Eliscu as an expert on the history and customs of Western dining. Eva is an etiquette expert for the 21st century. Instead of simply telling us to “mind our manners,” she explains where manners came from – why we dine the way we dine.
Do you want to share your interest in food history? Become a member of a Culinary History organization — Boston, New Orleans, Washington DC, Austin… See a list at the Culinary Historians of Boston website.