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Unknown. 1574. Discours sur les causes de l'extreme cherte qui est ajourdhuy en France et sur les moyens d'y remedier. [Discourse on the causes of the extremely high cost-of-living in France today and on the means to remedy it.] Paris:a l'Olivier de Pierre l'Huilier.
Unknown. 1618. Arrest de la Court de Parlement, conformemet suyvante le vouloir et intention du Roy sur le faiet de la police, des suprfluitez de toutes sortes d'abits:et reiglement des maistres jurez des mestiers, taverniers et cabarestiers, et vacabons estants in ceste ville. [Judgement of the Court of Parliament conforming to and following the will and intention of the King on the business of the police, of excesses in dress, and orders for master guild foremen, tavern-keepers, cabaret-proprietors, and those without fixed occupation being in this city.] Paris:pour lean dallier libraire, demourant sur le pont Sainet Michel, a l'enseigne de la Rose blanche.
Unknown. 1629. Arrest sur le traffice de vin des hostelleries et tavernes. [Judgement on the trading in wine by inns and taverns.] No place or publisher cited from this French publication.
Unknown. 1656. Arrest de la Court de Parlement, conformemet suyvante le vouloir et intention du Roy sur le faict de la police, des suprfluitez de toutes sortes d'abits:et reiglement des maistres jurez des mestiers, taverniers et cabarestiers, et vacabons estants in ceste ville. [Judgement of the Court of Parliament conforming to and following the will and intention of the King on the business of the police, of excesses in dress, and orders for master guild foremen, tavern-keepers, cabaret-proprietors, and those without fixed occupation being in this city.] Paris:pour lean Dallier libraire, demourant sur le pont Sainet Michel, a l'enseigne de la Rose blanche.
Unknown. 1682. Articles, status ordonnances et reglements des jurez anciens bachellers, et maistres vinaigriers. [Articles, statues, orders and regulatioins for guild foremen, former knights and master vinegar-makers.] Paris:de Plmprimerie de Garbriel Martin.
Unknown. 1694. Arrest notable rendu au profit de la communaute des maistres vinaigriers, contre les limonadiers (26 mars 1694). [Royal judgement rendered in favor of the corporatins of vinegar-makers against the lemonade makers.] (26March, 1694). no place cited:De Pimprimerie de la veuve de Charles Coignard.
Unknown. 1696. Arrest de la Covrt de Parlement du vingt Septieme mars 1696 qui confirms les Mes de la communaute des vinaigriers, distilateurs d'eau de vie et esprit de vin, dans le droit et possession de vendre et debiter de Pesu de vie en grow et en detail, et d'en donner a boire dans leur boutiques et maisons, dans de petits verres ou tasses:et qui juge que les limonadiers ne peuvent sous aucun pretexte demander d'aller en visite dans les maisons des Mes vinaigriers. (27 mars 1696). [Judgement of the Corut of Parliament of 27 March, 1696 sanctioning and investing the corporation of vinegar-makers, brandy and liquer-distillers' right to sell and supply brandy in wholesale and retail, and to make it available in their shops and places of commerce in small glasses or cups; and which adjudges against lemonade-makers form visiting - under any pretext - the shops of the vinegar-makers.] No place or publisher cited.
Unknown. 1710. Arret du 29 novembre qui defend aux charcuitiers de paris de faire leurs achats de pores ailleurs que dans les marches de Paris, Poissy et Sceaux, etc. [Judgement of 29 November, which prohibits Parisian pork butchers from making their purchases of pork anywhere but in the markets of Paris, Poissy, and Sceaux, etc. ] No place or publisher cited.
Unknown. 1740. Arrest de la Cour de Parlement qui fait deffense a tous patissier et boulangers de fabriquer ni vendre a l'occasion de la fete des rois, aucuns gateaux de quelques nature qu'ils soient. Du 31 decembre 1740. [Judgement by the Court of Parliament which prohibits all pastry-makers and bakers form making and selling on Twelfth Night any kind of cakes whatsoever. 31 December 1740.] no place in France or publisher cited.
Unknown. 1741. Arrest de la Cour de Parlement, rendu en faveur de la communaute des maitres chaircutiers de Paris, contre la communaute des maitres traiteurs. Portant defenses aux maitres traiteurs de vendre et debiter au public du jambon de pays, meme de Bayonne et de Mayence, entiers par morceaux, a la livre, ou nutrement, a peine d'amende et de confiscation. Du dix-sept juillet, 1741. [judgement by the Corut of Parliament rendered in favor of the community of master pork butchers, against the community of master caterers. Prohibitiing the master-caterers from publicly selling or supplying local ham, or ham of Bayonne or Mayence, by the piece, pound, or otherwise, on pain of fine and confiscation. 17 Joly 1741] No place cited:De l'Imprimerie de Thiboust.
Unknown. 1743. Arrest du Conseil d'Etat du Roy, du 25 decembre 1742. Qui ordonne l'execution de Pordannance de 1680 et de l'Arrest due Conseil du 20 juillet 1728. Fait defenses aux chaircuitiers forains de faire entrer a Paris des marchandises de pores frais, hors les jours de marches et avant l'heure prscrite par l'ordonnance, etc. [Judgement by the King's Council of State, of 25 December, 1742. Which orders the execution of the order of 1680 and of the Council's judgement of 20 July, 1728. Prohibits non-resident pork butchers from entering Paris to sell fresh pork on non-market days, and before the hour prescribed by the order, etc.] Paris:de l'Imprimerie de Mesnier.
Unknown. 1757. Arrest de la Cour de Parlement, concernant le boulangers de la ville et fauxbourgs de Paris, et les boulangers forains de ladite ville (23 September 1757). [Judgement by the Court of Parliament, concerniing the bakers of the city and suburbs of Paris, and non-resident bakers of said city (23 September 1757). Paris:chez P.G. Simon, imprimeur du Parlement.
Unknown. 1759. Arret du 21 juillet 1759 concernant la communaute des fruitiers-orangers. [Judgement of 21 July `759 concerning the corporation of fruiterers-orange-suppliers.] no place or publisher cited in France.
Unknown. 1775. Arret de la Cour de Parlement de Rouen, qui fait defenses a toutes personnes d'inserer dans les cidres aucuns ingrediens ou corps etrangers, de quelque nature et qualite qu'ils solent, sous peine d'etres poursouivies extraord., et punies de peines pecuniaires ou corporelles, meme de mort, suivant l'exigence de cas; 7 juillet 1775. [judgement by the Court of Parliament of Rouen, which prohibits anyone from including in cider any foreign matter or ingredients of whatever nature or quality under plain of being uncommonly prosecuted and by subject to fine, corporal punishment or death, as occasion may require. 7 July, 1775.] Rouen:Rich-Lallemant.
Unknown. 1786. Arret du 28 juin 1786 qui permet aux traiteurs-restaurateurs de recevoir du monde dans leurs sailes et y donne a manger jusqu'a onze heures en hiver et minuit en etc. etc. [Judgement by the Corut of Parliament of Rouen, which prohibits anyone from iincluding in cider any foreign matter or ingredients of whatever nature or quality under plain of being uncommonly prosecuted and by subject to fine, corporal punishment or death, as occasion may require. 7 July, 1775.] Rouen:Rich-Lallemant.
Unknown. 1790. Etrennes a tous les amateurs de cafe pour tous les temps ou Manuel de l'amateur de cafe; contenant:l'histoire, la description, la culture, les proprietes de ce vegetal, le commerce qui se'n fait en France, etc.; l'introduction de son usage parmi les Mahometans & les
europeens; la meilleur maniere de le preparer pour en rendre la boisson saiine, agreable & meme utile, semees de traits, d'anecdotes, d'observations les plus propres a faire connoitre les effets et les proprietes du cafe, & suivies de differentes analyses chimiques, etc., etc., [gift for all connoisseurs of coffee for all time, or handbook for coffee lovers; containing the history, description, cultivation, and properties of this plant, its commerce in France, etc; introduction to its use among Mohammedans and Europeans; the best way to prepare it in order to make the drink wholesome, pleasing and beneficial as well, filled with facts, anecdotes, and observations on the most suitable way to make known the properties and effects of coffee, followed by different chemical analyses, etc. etc..] Paris:Hotel Bouthillier.
Unknown. 1799. La chair des animaux ne doit pas servir d'aliment a l'homme; il est urgent de cessert cet usage. [The flesh of animals must not serve as food for humans; it is urgent to cease its use.] Paris:Maret.
Unknown. 1812. Chansons de table, choisies de meilleurs auteurs anciens et modernes. [Dinner-table songs, chosen from the best ancient and modern authors.] Paris:Le Fuel.
Unknown. 1821. L'art de faire la biere. Ouvrage elementaire, theorique et pratique, donnant les moyens de faire la biere en toute saison avec nombre de vegetaux et produits de vegetaux, soit racines, tiges, fruits, semences, etc. [The art of making beer. Basic, theoretical and practical work, giving the means of making beer in all seasons with a number of vegetables, and vegetable products:roots, stems, fruits, seeds, etc.]. Paris:Carilian-goeury.
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Unknown. 1846. Comment une ordonnance de police changera in Societe francaise en changeant les heurs des repas. [How a police ordinance will change French society by changing dining hours.] Almanach de la table Paris:V. Bouton.
Unknown. 1846. A manual of homoeopathic cookery, designed cheifly for the use of such persons as are under homoeopathic treatment. By the wife of a homoeopathic physician. New York:W. Radde.
Unknown. 1849. English cookery five hundred years ago:exhibited in sixty "nyms" or receipts. From a manuscript, compiled about 1390, by the master cooks of King Richard the Second, entitled "The Forme of Cury", & c. Printed (verbatim) in black letter. [gothic type], with the addition of a running glossary and notes. Great Totham:Printed by C. Clark at his private press.
Unknown. 1850. Toddy men and toddy implements. Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Miscellany (London, England) 2:23-27.
Unknown. 1864. Bantingism. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:469, 470.
Unknown. 1866. Note on prison dietaries in Scotland. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:45.
Unknown. 1968. Cheap food for the working classes. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:226.
Unknown. 1868. Dietary tables. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:12, 13.
Unknown. 1869. Dinners for working men. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:640.
Unknown. 1870. Almanach des assieges pour l'an de guerre 1871. [Almanac for the besieged for the war year 1871. Paris:aux bureaux du Petit Monifeur.
Unknown. 1871. La cuisiniere assiegee ou l'art de vivre en temps de siege par un femme de menage. [The siege cookbook, or the art of living in times of siege by a homemaker.] Paris:Laporte.
Unknown. 1875. Agricultural dietary. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:616.
Unknown. 1875. A new article of diet. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:452.
Unknown. 1878. German army food. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:480.
Unknown. 1878. Prison dietaries. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:935, 936.
Unknown. 1879. A campaign against first fallacies. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:466, 467.
Unknown. 1879. Moral dietaries. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:134.
Unknown. 1880. The dietary in Coldbath Fields prison. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:53, 54.
Unknown. 1880. A vegetarian restaurant. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:449.
Unknown. 1881. What Mrs. Fisher Knows About Old Southern Cooking, Soups, Pickles, Preserves, ETC. Women's Co-Operative Printing Office:San Francisco, CA.
Unknown. 1881. Lloyd's Universal Food. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:1007.
Unknown. 1881. The Pure Food Company's preparations. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:278.
Unknown. 1882. Diet of the Japanese. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:1044.
Unknown. 1883. Prior to introduction of beef, fish and other sea food was used by natives. Honolulu Advertiser (Honolulu, Hawaii) 7 July:2.
Unknown. 1884. Anthropophagy. British Medical Science Journal 111:185-186.
Unknown. 1885. The dietary of hospital nurses. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:1066.
Unknown. 1885. Dietetic education. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:244.
Unknown. 1886. Starving London. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:512.
Unknown. 1886. Vegetarianism and poetry. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:604.
Unknown. 1887. The consumption of vegetables in Paris and London. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:842.
Unknown. 1887. Tree tomato. Great Britain. Royal Botanical Garden at Kew. Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information (Kew, England) No. 8 Pp. 2-6August.
Unknown. 1889. Lily flowers and bulbs used as food. Great Britain. Royal Botanical Garden at Kew. Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information (Kew, England) No. 29. Pp. 116-118.
Unknown. 1890. One Thousand and One Useful Recipes and Valuable Hints About Cooking and Housekeeping. Dutton and Partridge, Stationers, San Francisco.
Unknown. 1890. The follies of food reformers. British Medical Journal (London, England) 2:;743-744.
Unknown. 1892. Food in literature. AM 70:856-858.
Unknown. 1892. Mim. Pennsylvania Magaine of History and Biography (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 16:472.
Unknown. 1896. People's food-a great national inquiry. Professor W.O. Atwater and his work. Rev. Rev. 13:679-690.
Unknown. 1897. Hood's Practical Cook's Book. Lowell, Mass.
Unknown. 1898. Gastronomy in fiction. Current Literature 26:373-375.
Unknown. 1901. Insects as food. 52 [Supp.] 21725. 21 Dec.
Unknown. 1903. Frutis and nuts as food. 89:255. 10 October.
Unknown. 1904. Curious foods. Scientific American (New York, New York) 91:242-243.
Unknown. 1904-…. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics. Published ten times a year in Boston Massachusetts. In 1915 name was changed to American Cookery.
Unknown. 1908. Dainties for Dainty People. Lorain, Ohio.
Unknown. 1909. Pickled tea. Trop Ag Mag 32 [Supp. 4]:491-492.
Unknown. 1909. The varieties of the oil palm in West Africa (Elaeis guineesis, Jacq.) Great Britain. Royal Botanical Garden at Kew. Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information (Kew, England) No. 2. pp. 33-49.
Unknown. 1909. Foods and Digestion. Scientific American 101:46
UNKNOWN 1911. COOKERY AT HIGH ALTITUDES. Journal of Home Economics 3:176.KEYWORDS:ALTITUDE FOOD PREPARATION
UNKNOWN 1911. CHEMORECEPTION ABSTRACTS. ANNUALLY INFORMATION RETRIEVAL, INC., 1911 JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGHWAY, ARLINGTON, VA 22202. KEYWORDS:SENSORY RESEARCH ABSTRACT
Unknown. 1914. Whipping cream. Journal of Home Economics 6:372.
UNKNOWN 1914. JAMES NASMYTH AND HIS ECONOMICAL DEVICE FOR SLOW COOKING. Journal of Home Economics 6:127. KEYWORDS:SLOW COOKER, NASMYTH JAMES
Unknown. 1914. Preservation of Eggs. Journal of Home Economics 6:290.
The preserving preparation recommended in a government bulletin (U.S. Dept. Agr., Office Expt. Stas, Farmer's Bul. 128. Eggs and Their Uses as Food.) consists of one part of syrup-thick pure water glass dissolved in ten parts, by volume, of cooled boiled water.
Unknown. 1914. The buying of canned fruits and vegetables. Journal of Home Economics 6:174-176.
Unknown. 1913. Diet and electricity. Scientific American (New York, New York) 108:10. 4 January.
Unknown. 1913. Prehistoric bread from Sweden. Pure Products (New York, New York) 9:505.
Unknown. 1913. Reindeer milk and cheese. Pure Products (New York, New York) 9:566.
Unknown. 1913. Harper's Household Handbook. NY.
Unknown. 1913. Madame Merri. Chicago.
nknown. 1914. Quick methods of mixing dough. Journal Home Economics 6:179.
Unknown. 1915. The Philadelphia New Century Club Book of Recipes. Philadelphia.
UNKNOWN 1915. PURCHASING MEAT. Journal of Home Economics 7:502.
Unknown 1916. Potato Starch And Its Use In The Home. Journal of Home Economics 8:38.
Unknown 1916. Candied Cranberries Journal Of Home Economics 8:91.
UNKNOWN 1916. BREAKAGE OF JARS IN CANNING. Journal of Home Economics 8:452.KEYWORDS:HOME CANNING, JAR BREAKAGE
UNKNOWN 1916. COOKERY UNIFORMS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. Journal of Home Economics 8:205.
UNKNOWN 1916. THE RIPENING OF CREAM. Journal of Home Economics 8:201.KEYWORDS:CREAM, RIPENING, SOUR CREAM
UNKNOWN 1916. AN ICELESS REFRIGERATOR. Journal of Home Economics 8:323.
Unknown. 1917. Barley Cookery. Journal Of Home Economics 9:333.
Unknown 1917. Milk And Skimmed Milk. Journal Of Home Economics 9:277
Milk, Skim Milk
UNKNOWN 1917. THE DASHEEN. Journal of Home Economics 9:81. KEYWORDS:DASHEEN PREPARATION, STAPL
UNKNOWN 1918. HOUSEKEEPING IN WAR TIME. Journal of Home Economics 10:73.KEYWORDS:WAR, EXPENDITURE, MENU PLANNING
Unknown. 1918. Persimmon Recipes. Journal Home Economics 7:499. Persimmon
UNKNOWN. 1918. 'MY FRIEND IN FRANCE TELLS ME--'. Journal of Home Economics 10:269. KEYWORDS:WAR FOOD SUPPLY, FOOD SUPPLY
UNKNOWN. 1918. WHAT OUR FOREFATHERS COOKED AND ATE IN 1810. JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS 5:157.KEYWORDS:HISTORY, FOOD HABIT
UNKNOWN. 1918. WHAT ARE CONSUMER ATTITUDES ABOUT FOOD?. FOOD PROCESSING 40(7):22.KEYWORDS:CONSUMER ATTITUDE
UNKNOWN 1918. SERVING MEALS WITHOUT WHEAT. Journal of Home Economics 10:131.KEYWORDS:NONWHEAT MEAL
Unknown. 1918?? The Bride's Cook Book. Pacific Coast Publishing Co., In.:San Francisco, California.
Unknown. 1918. What our forefathers cooked and ate in 1810. Journal of Home Economics 5:157.
UNKNOWN 1919. METHODS TO BE USED IN THE STUDY OF GAS CONSUMPTION OF
THE ORDINARY HOUSEHOLD RANGE. JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS 11:158.
Unknown. 1919. The Question Box. Journal of Home Economics 11:557.
UNKNOWN 1919. CENTIGRADE SCALE COMPARED WITH FAHRENHEIT. Journal of Home Economics 11:123.
Unknown. 1919. The sweetest leaf known. Journal of Heredity (Washington, D.C.) 10:331.
Unknown. 1919-1920. A pictorial history of tea. Part 1. In the early days of China. Tea and Coffee Trade Journal (New York, New York) 36:417-418. Part 2. The introduction of tea into Japan 36:512-515; Part 3. Introduction of tea into Continental Europe. 37:30-32; Part 4. Introduction of tea into Great Britain. 37:250-253; Part 5. Tea in Britain in the Eighteenth Century. 38:34-37.
UNKNOWN 1920. DESCRIPTION OF 1ST CHILDCARE COURSE IN 1915. Journal of Home Economics 12:348.KEYWORDS:CHILDCARE, OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
Unknown. 1920. Egg Substitutes. Journal Of Home Economics 12:77.
Egg Substitute, Cake
UNKNOWN 1920. ESTIMATING FOOD COSTS. 1920 Journal of Home Economics 12:178.
Unknown. 1920. Food and Fare in Canada. Journal of Home Economics 12:329. Candian food habit
Unknown. 1920. The Use Of Maltose Sirup For Candy Making. Journal Of Home Economics 12:501. Maltose Sirup, Candy Making, Candy Square, Coconut Kisses, Molasses Kisses, Caramel, Taffy
UNKNOWN 1920. NOT BREAD ALONE. Journal of Home Economics 12:41. KEYWORDS:MENU PLANNING
Unknown. 1924. Prunes by Dallas Commercial Club, Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.Has many recipes from around 1924
Unknown. 1925. Claremont Congregational Church Book. ??
Unknown. 1929. The Menu Book. Published by Woman's World Magazine., Inc.:Chicago.
Unknown. 1930. Legends of the rice grain. Inter Ocean (Batavia, Java) 11:233-240.
Unknown. 1931. Dental diseases controlled by diet. Science 74 (1907 [Supp.]):12.
Unknown. 1932. Arizona Indians ate turkey 1000 years ago. Science News Letter (Washington, D.C.) 22:335. Also INEl Palacio (Santa Fe, New Mexico) 33:230 ( 1932).
Unknown. 1932January 15. cannibal remains on Alaskan Island. Science 75 [Supp.]:9-10.
Unknown. 1932. Dr. Hrdlicka finds proof of cannibalism. El Palacio (Santa Fe, New Mexico) 32:81-82.
Unknown. 1932. Soft drinks of the Nebraska pioneer. A Speech 7:391-392.
Unknown. 1932. Grades on the labels of canned fruits and vegetables. Journal of Home Economics 988-989.
Unknown. 1932. Descriptions of acceptable food products. Journal of Home Economics 24:1024.
Unknown. 1933. food carts a part of the night here. Trans Pacific (Tokyo, Japan) 21:14.
Unknown. 1933. Good Housekeeping Cook Book. NY.
unknown. 1934. California Sea Foods. California State Printing Office.
Unknown. 1935. Sunset's Hostess Handbook for Western Homes. San Francisco, CA.
Unknown. 1936. Food and nutrition of African natives. British Medical Journal (London, England) 1:224-1225.
Unknown. 1937.FOOD AND DRINK THROUGH THE AGEDS. A catalogue of Antiquities, Manuscripts Books, and Engravings Treating of Cookery Eating and Drinking.Catalogue 645. 34&35 Conduit Street, new Bond Str5eet, London, W.
Unknown. 1937. All About Home Baking.. General Foods Corp.
Unknown. 1939. Story of food and water prepared by early Polynesian voyagers. Honolulu Star-Bulltein (Honolulu, Hawaii) 2 March, pp. 3, 24; March p. 13; 7August p. 7.
Unknown. 1940. Hospital diets in Norway. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 16(3):214.
Unknown. 1940. The earliest example of canned food. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 16(4):312.
Unknown. 1941December 24. Taro products are good food. Honolulu Star-Bulltein (Honolulu, Hawaii) p. 6
Unknown. 1942. Italian food patterns. Journal American Dietetic Association 18:684.
Unknown. 1942. Sugar from cacus. Cactus and Succulent Journal. Amateur Bulletin Section (Pasadena, California) 1:32.
Unknown. 1943. Definitions applicable to beef. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 19:109
UNKNOWN 1943. EDITORIAL:MEAT AND DAILY PROTEIN REQUIREMENTS. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 19:111.
Unknown. 1943. The development of the nutrition project in Pleasantville, New Jersey. School Board Jounal [Milwaukee, Wisconsin] 106:38.
Unknown. 1943. Pigeon pea meal may be substituted for imported soy bean meal. Honolulu Star-Bulltein (Honolulu, Hawaii) 23 April.
Unknown. 1943. Some Central European food habits. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 19:702-706.
Unknown. 1944. Benjamin Franklin and food. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 20(July-August):440.
Unknown. 1944. Eating in Eritrea. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 20(July-August):445.
Unknown. 1944. Notes on food conservation measures in army camps, 1944. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 20(6):372.
Unknown. 1946. When the hunter brings home the game. Good Housekeeping 123:112.
Unknown. 1946. World's population inadequately fed even before the war. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(10):887.
Unknown. 1946. Food used by Filipinos in Hawaii in subject of fascinating booklet. HSB-B 15 MAy p. 20.
Unknown. 1946. 'Culturized' potato bread. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(8):682.
Unknown. 1946. Frances Floore writes from Greece. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(3):218.
Unknown. 1946. Observations on operations of communal kitchens in Western Holland. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(12):1083.
Unknown. 1946. Brazilian diet averages only 1600 calories. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(11):1032.
Unknown. 1946. British and American diets compared. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(4):317.
Unknown. 1946. Malnutrition present in Greek children. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(9):771.
Unknown. 1946. U.S. food supply improved even during the war. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 22(11):970.
Unknown. 1947. Diet therapy circa 1662. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 23(10):853.
Unknown. 1948December. The Beautiful Pear. Gourmet 8(12):22-54.
Unknown. 1948. American food habits. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 24(2):90.
Unknown. . 1948. Three-cent meal. Journal of the American Dietetic Association
Unknown. 1948. Copper cooking vessels. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 24(3):204.
Unknown. 1948. The Congressional Club Cook Book. The Congressional Club:Washington, D.C.
Unknown. 1948. Diet and old age. Journal of the American Dietetic Association
Unknown. 1948. Diet therapy a hundred years ago. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 24(3):299.
Unknown. 1948. Food situation in India. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 24(7):585.
Unknown. 1948. British study whale as possible source of food. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 24(12):1078.
Unknown. 1948. Dietetics in Czechoslovakia. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 24(4):303.
Unknown. 1949. Cuisine on a whaling ship - 1867-68. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(4):317.
Unknown. 1949. Meat customs in Ancient Greece and Rome. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(11):1011.
Unknown. 1949. Pioneer dietitian in India. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(9):763.
Unknown. 1949. Recipes and food habits. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(3):244.
Unknown. 1949. 4000-year-old corn. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(6):496.
Unknown. 1949. Eating habits of children. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(11):936.
Unknown. 1949. Food habits of college students. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(9):769.
UNKNOWN 1949. INCREASING COLONY-MEDIUM CONTRAST FOR IMPROVED PLATE COUNTING. FOOD TECHNOLOGY 3:76.KEYWORDS:PLATE COUNT, COLONY-MEDIUM CONTRAST
Unknown. . 1949. Menu planning for the housewife. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 25(9):759.
unknown. 1949-1950. The Topanga Community Woman's Club Memory Cook Book. Topanga, CA.
Unknown. 1950September. Know your Western shellfish. Sunset p. 33-37. Has information on their location, how to catch them.
UNKNOWN 1950. A STUDY OF THE PROTEIN VALUE OF SOY AND PEANUT FLOURS IN STOCK DIETS FOR RATS. Journal of Home Economics 42:112.
Unknown. 1950. Be a good sportsman. Good Housekeeping 131:346.
Unknown. 1950. Potential foods of Central America. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 26(5):416.
Unknown. 1950. Thanksgiving. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 26(11):873.
Unknown. 1950. Infant feeding. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 26(12):990.
Unknown. 1950. The Melting Pot. Murray and Gee, Inc.:Culver City, CA.
Unknown. 1950? Betty Croker's Picture Cook Book. Minneapolis.
Unknown. 1950. Know your Western shellfish. Sunset 105(3):33.
A general article which describes both the collecting and appearance of Western shellfish.
Unknown. 1951. The Youngest Country. London county Council.
Unknown. 1951. Puerto Rican Program to improve nutrition. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 27(5):389.
Unknown. 1951. History of the sandwich. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 27:27.
Unknown. 1951. Soda fountain progress matches ice cream industry growth. Ice Cream Review (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) 34:52-54.
Unknown. 1951. Origin of the chocolate coated ice cream bar. Ice Cream Review (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) 35:132.
Unknown. 1952. Food preferences in Montana. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 28(3):230.
Unknown. [Illustrated by henry Stahlhut]. 1952November. Cranberry Sass. Gourmet 12(11):16
Unknown. 1952. Pie crust gets soggy. Food Engineering 24:196.
Unknown 1950. A Study Of The Protein Value Of Soy And Peanut Flours In Stock Diets For Rats. Journal Of Home Economics 42:112.Soybean Flour, Peanut Flour
Unknown. 1952December. The Last Touch. Gourmet 12(10):83.
Unknown. 1952. Centuries of mince pies. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 28(12):1172.
Unknown. 1952. Sunset Chefs of the West by Four Hundred and Seventy-four of the Best Men Cooks in the West. Menlo Park, CA.
Unknown. 1952December. The Last Touch. Gourmet 12(10):83.This discusses the composition and problems with bitter almonds. Also includes procedures for preparing for food. This includes some recipes.
Unknown. 1952. Holiday book of Food and Drink. NY.
Unknown. 1952. Elsie' Cook Book. NY.
Unknown. 1952. Centuries of mince pie. Journal American Dietetic Association 28:1172.
Unknown. 1952October. Sugar and Spice. Gourmet 12(10):2.
Unknown. 1953. Roasting turkey with minimum meat loss. Restaurant Management 73:58.
Unknown. 1953. Freezing meat, poultry, fish, seafoods, and game. Food Technology Department. O.S. College, Federal Cooperative Extension Service, Extension Bulletin No. 732, Corvallis, OR.
Unknown. 1953. South Sea Recipes [pidgin pie, baked octopus]. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 29(7):704.
Unknown. 1954. “Health breads. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 30(1):20.
Unknown. 1954. The ice cream cone observes its fiftieth anniversary. Ice Cream Review (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) 37:58-59.
Unknown. 1954. The Family Circle Dessert and Fruit Cookbook. U.S.
Unknown. 1954November. Tray packed tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 2:4.
Unknown. 1955. Ancient seed plants:The Cycads. Missouri Botanical Gardens. Annals (St. Louis, Missouri) 43:65-80.
Unknown. 1955November. Baked beans. Gourmet pp. 56, 59.
Unknown. 1955 October 15. The first ice tea. Mid_West Hotel Reporter (Omaha, Nebraska) p. 30.
Unknown. 1955November. First specacular use of gas for cooping. Cooking for Profit (Madison, Wisconsin) p. 25.
Unknown. 1955February. Frozen foods in 97 B.C. Quick Frozen Foods (New York, New York) p. 158.
Unknown. 1955. How food habits develop. Journal of American Dietetic Association 31:56.
Unknown. 1955 January 15. Old Romans valued sesame seed. Mid_West Hotel Reporter (Omaha, Nebraska) p. 20.
Unknown. 1955 Sept. 15. Shircliffe collection of menus, records early eating habits in U.S. MHor pp. 22-23.
Unknown. 1955 April. Traces genealogy of the 'complest kitchean'. Institutions pp. 52, 53; May 26-27; September:p. 56.
Unknown. 1956 July15. Origin of doughnuts. Mid_West Hotel Reporter (Omaha, Nebraska) p. 25
Unknown. 1956. American People's Cookbook. Garden City.
Unknown. 1956June. Indians developed art of making maple sugar. Institutions. p. 133.
Unknown. 1956September. Russian inplant cafeteria. Inplant ppp. 15, 16-18.
Unknown. 1956. Soggy pie crusts. Food Engineering 28:171.
Unknown. 1957. Encouraging Zulus to eat eggs. Journal of American Dietetic Association 33:21.
Unknown. 1958 October. Changes in eating habits affect restaurant industry. Cooking for Profit (Madison, Wisconsin) p. 11.
Unknown. 1958September 1. Food processors study family eating habits. Hospitals p. 88.
Unknown. 1958. Nutrition among children. Nigeria No. 57, pp. 98-109.
Unknown. 1959February 9. Ingredients for a faster mile, diet for Herbert Elliott, miler from Australia. Sports Illustrated p. 26-27.
Unknown. 1958 December. Potatoes at Retail. Agriculture Bulletin.
Unknown. 1958 October. Changes in eating habits affect restaurant industry. Cooking for Profit (Madison, Wisconsin) p. 11.
Unknown. 1958September 1. Food processors study family eating habits. Hospitals p. 88.
Unknown. 1958. Nutrition among children. Nigeria No. 57, pp. 98-109.
Unknown. 1958 May. Three new tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 6:24.
Unknown. 1958 December. Potatoes at Retail. Agriculture Bulletin.
Unknown. 1959November. Tomatoes temperature control in reefers. American Vegetable
Unknown. 1959January. New tomato for smaller cans. American Vegetable Grower 7:26.
Unknown. 1959October. Tomatoes three times faster. American Vegetable Grower 7:17.
Unknown. 1959February 9. Ingredients for a faster mile, diet for Herbert Elliott, miler from Australia. Sports Illustrated p. 26-27.
Unknown. 1959. Nationwide nutrition survey. Chinese Medical Journal (Shanghai, China) 79:204.
Unknown. 1959August. Apples of Paradise. Gourmet 19(8):18.
Unknown. 1959. Nationwide nutrition survey. Chinese Medical Journal (Shanghai, China) 79:204.
Unknown. 1960. Economic value of the Great Leap (4). food. Edible oil, vegetables, staple food. China News Analysis (Hong Kong) 8 July.
Unknown. 1960September. Tomatoes early hybrid developed. American Vegetable
Unknown. 1960April. Tomatoes:dwarf tomato. American Vegetable Grower 8:32.
Unknown. 1960March. Tomatoes wanted:crash program. American Vegetable Grower 8:20-21.
Unknown. 1961. Store site selection:a new dimension:economic and marketing geography. Food Topics (New York, New York) 16:6-25.
Unknown. 1961. Cheese buying guide for consumers. USDA Marketing Bulletin No 17. 18pp.
Unknown. 1961. Food Additives:What They Are/How They Are Used. Manufacturing Chemist's Association Incorporated. Washington, D.C.
Unknown. 1961Feb. Tomatoes. The Big Shift. American Vegetable Grower 9:26, 28,
Unknown. 1961March. Tomatoes. Set Younger plants. American Vegetable Grower 9:44,46, 48.
Unknown. 1961April. Tomatoes. Approved for use. American Vegetable Grower 9:16,
Unknown. 1961Dec. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 9:13, 15.
Unknown. 1961April. Broccoli. For both Coasts. American Vegetable Grower 9:
Unknown. 1961. Poultry Inspection – A History of Its Development. The Poultry Division, Agric. Marketing Service, U.S.D.A., Washington. This pamphlet discusses the history of poultry inspection, the development and issurance of regulations and the organization and staff of the Poultry Division of the Agricultural Marketing Service.
Unknown. 1962April. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 10:54, 55.
Unknown. 1962April. What's the verdict? American Vegetable Growers 10 :14, 15, 44, 45
Unknown. 1963May. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 11:22, 24.
Unknown. 1963April. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 11:30.
Unknown. 1963March. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 11:42.
Unknown. 1963 June. Tomatoes American Vegetable Grower 11:26.
Unknown. 1963May. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 11:22, 24.
Unknown. 1963. Negative results in treating pica. Nutrition Reviews (New York, New York) 21:287.
Unknown. 1965January 16. Sake water balles scientists. Philippine Herald Magazine (Manila, Philippines) p. 30-31.
UNKNOWN 1963. DATA PROCESSING SPEEDS TALLYING OF SELECTIVE MENUS AT ROCKFORD(ILL.) HOSPITAL. HOSPITALS. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION 37(JUNE 16):138.
Unknown. 1964. Cornstarch. Corn Industries Research Foundation. 1001 Connecticut Ave. N.S., Washington, D.C.
UNKNOWN. 1964. MENUS ARE TALLIED WITH SPEED AND ACCURACY BY ELECTRONIC "SCOREBOARD". HOSPITALS. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION 38(9):68. KEYWORDS:MENU PLANNING, COMPUTER
UNKNOWN 1964. NEED FOR STUDYING ADP TECHNIQUES, SHARING COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR FOOD SERVICE. HOSPITALS. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION 38(9):96.
UNKNOWN 1964. DATA PROCESSING. DO YOU NEED IT. VOLUME FEEDING MANAGEMENT 22(6):27.
UNKNOWN 1964. DATA PROCESSING KEEPS TABS ON FOOD COSTS. HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME FEEDING 2(4):28.
Unknown. 1964February. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 12:38, 40.
Unknown. 1964March. Good News for Tomato Growers. American Vegetable Grower 12:
Unknown. 1964 October. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 12:14.
Unknown. 1964. Sensory testing guide for panel evaluation of foods and beverages. Food Technology 18:1135.
Unknown. 1965. Hydrostatic canning - "Flash 18." Cornell Hotel and restaurant Admin. Quart 5(1):65.
Unknown. 1965June. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 13:28.
Unknown. 1965. Understanding the Disadvantaged. School of Home Economics, University of Missouri, Publication #8, pp. 187.
UNKNOWN 1965. HOW DIGITAL BLENDING DOES BETTER JOB. FOOD ENGINEERING 37(FEBRUARY):105.KEYWORDS:PROCESS CONTROL, BLENDING, ANALOG CONTROLLER
Unknown 1965. Meeting The World's Nutritional Needs With Soy Milk. Soybean Digest 25(8):19 Soybean Milk, Soybean Milk Processing
Unknown 1966AUGUST. The lost decade. Institutions Magazine pp. 77-116.
Unknown. 1966October. Now they're mowing tomato plants. American Vegetable Grower 14:15.
Unknown. 1966March. Mechanization in tomatoe harvesting. American Vegetable Grower 14:22, 23.
Unknown. 1966March. Tomato production in 1966. American Vegetable Grower 14:21, 22.
Unknown. 1966June. Tomato toter speeds handling. American Vegetable Grower 14:22.
Unknown. 1966April. Tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 14:43, 44, 46.
Unknown. 1966Nov. Soilless culture of greenhouse tomatoes is being tried in midwest. American Vegetable Grower 14:30, 32.
Unknown. 1966. New ways to serve venison. Sunset 137:198.
Unknown. 1966January-February. The cycle of rice. Freedom from Hunger (FAO:Rome, Italy.) p. 16-17.
Unknown. 1966. Voedingsgewoonten in Turkije. [Food habits in Turkey.] Voeding 27:95-98.
UNKNOWN 1967. DATA COMMUNICATIONS MAY MEAN MORE PROFIT. FOOD ENGINEERING 39(APRIL):70.KEYWORDS:TELECOMMUNICATION, COMPUTER
Unknown. 1967. Streamlined production at St. Mary's. Institutions Magazine September:127-129,152,162.
Unknown. 1967February. Tomatoes Potassium lack linked to blotchy ripening. American
Vegetable Grower 15:52.
Unknown. 1967February. Do's and don'ts for mechanical harvesting. American Vegetable Grower 15:52, 54.
Unknown. 1967March. The 1967 processingtomato outlook. American Vegetable Grower 15:24, 25, 56, 58,60.
Unknown. 1967April. Tomatoes. Good practices give championship yields. American Vegetable Grower 15:38, 39.
Unknown. 1968July. Tomato harvester for the east. American Vegetable Grower
Unknown. 1968, April. Processing tomato outlook for 1968. American Vegetable Grower 16:38, 56, 58, 60.
Unknown. 1968. Central tomato sorting. American Vegetable Grower 16:42, 44.
Unknown. 1968. The microwave oven in the food away from home market. Microwave Energy Appl. Newsletter 1(2):7-12.
Unknown. 1968. The total system concept. Food Management September:28-33.
Unknown. 1968, March. Tomato mechanization...in the east and west. American
Vegetable Grower 16:24, 26, 80,81.
Unknown. 1968. Seasonal hunger in underdeveloped countries. Nutrition Reviews (New York, New York) 26:142-145.
Unknown. 1969March. Algae, three times as nourishing as steak. UC p. 11.
Unknown. 1969. Leg, loin, rib, and shoulder...here;'s how to break down venison. Sunset 143:233.
Unknown. 1969. The effect of microwave energy on the nutrients in foods. Microwave Energy Applications Newsletter 2:3.
Unknown. 1969,December. New tomato harvester features color sorter. American
Vegetable Grower 17:40, 42.
Unknown. 1969August. Tomato packing-California style. American Vegetable Grower
Unknown. 1969April. How to prevent sun and heat damage to desert-grown tomatoes.
American Vegetable Grower 17:58, 59.
Unknown. 1969,April. Tomatoes. New Jersey has new fresh market variety. American
Vegetable Grower 17:38, 43.
Unknown. 1969April. How to prevent sun and heat damage to desert-grown tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 17:58,59.
Unknown. 1969April. Processing tomatoes outlook'69. American Vegetable Grower
17 :18, 28,30,67.
Unknown. 1969, March. Why Louis Rauth supports tomato marketing order. American
Vegetable Grower 17:11, 12, 52, 54, 60.
Unknown 1970. On Line Instruments Control Juice Color, Brix. Food Engineering 42(August):70 Process Control, Brix, Cranberry Juice, Grape Juice
Unknown. 1970, June. Bulk storage could revolutionize tomato processing. American
Vegetable Grower 18:11,12,42,44.
Unknown. 1970, May. Tomatoes. Ohio's top-ten club winners. American Vegetable Grower 18:50, 52, 54.
Unknown. 1970May. Weed control guide for potatoes & tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 18:32, 34.
Unknown. 1970. AHEA's involvement in the metric study. Journal of Home Economics 62:419.
Unknown. 1970, April. Processing tomato outlook. American Vegetable Grower 18:30,
Unknown. 1970March. Tomatoes. New Jersey's 20-ton tomato club winners. American
Vegetable Grower 18:54, 56.
Unknown. 1970March. New tomato fungicide announced. American Vegetable Grower
Unknown. 1970, February. The cover story. American Vegetable Grower 18:46.
Unknown. 1970. Protein and lactose from whey. Food Engineering 42:75.
Unknown. 1970. USDA’s four-step synthesis turns bitter glycoside into sweet dihydrochalcone. Chem. And Eng. News 48(1):37. This brief article gives structures and considerations involved in development of neohesperidine dihydrochalcone.
Unknown. 1970. If he brings home venison. Sunset 145:208.
Unknown. 1970. Savor the Chinese flavor. Awake 51:20-22.
Unknown. 1970. A Practical Guide to Combating Malnutrition in the Preschool Child:Nutritional Rehabilitation through Maternal Education. Appleton-Century.
Unknown. 1970. USDA's four-step synthesis turns bitter glycoside into sweet dihydrochalcone. Chemical and Engineering News 48(1):37.This brief article gives structures and considerations involved in development of neohesperidine dihydrochalcone.
UNKNOWN 1970. TEAMS DIGITAL CONTROL WITH ADVANCED PROCESS. FOOD ENGINEERING 42(AUGUST):73.KEYWORDS:NABISCO, PROCESS CONTROL, COCOA BUTTER, MIXE
UNKNOWN 1970. TIME-SHARING FILLS SPECIAL NEEDS. FOOD ENGINEERING 42(JULY):135.KEYWORDS:COCOA-COLA, TELETYPE, PROCESS CONTROL
Unknown. 1972-73, Winter. A new look at starch. Progress Thru Research 26(2):5.Shows three starches and looks at the characteristics.
Unknown. 1973. Natural and artificial sweeteners subject of roundtable discussion. Food Technology 7:116.
Unknown. 1971. Navajos bring food closer to home. Food and Nutrition (United States Department of Agriculture. Food and Nutrition Service. Washington, D.C.) 1:2-4.
Unknown. 1971. Nutrition and infection:cannibalism. Nutrition Reviews (New York, New York) 29:226-227.
Unknown. 1971August. Grow'em in cages. American Vegetable Grower 19:14, 44, 45.
Unknown. 1971May. Tomatoes direct-seeded and transparents. American Vegetable Grower 19 :52,54.
Unknown. 1971April. Processing tomto production. American Vegetable Grower 19 :24, 26, 28.
Unknown. 1971, April. High yields...and how they do it. American Vegetable Grower 19:32, 34.
Unknown. 1971Feb. Tomatoes Hairy barrier key to mite resistance? American Vegetable Grower 19:36, 38.
Unknown. 1972, April. What's ahead for processing tomatoes? American Vegetable Grower 20:31, 34, 46.
Unknown. 1972March. Cultural tips for caged tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower
Unknown. 1972. Egg substitute (#121). Food Engineering 44:68.
Unknown. 1972. ASHRAE Guide and Data Book. Equipment. American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning.
Unknown. 1972-73, Winter. A new look at starch. Progress Thru Research 26(2):5. Shows three starches and looks at the characteristics.
Unknown. 1972. Mountain cookery. Directions 1:31.
Unknown. 1973. Malnutrition and intellectual competence. Medical Journal of Australia (Sydney, Australia) 2:46.
Unknown. 1973. Sodium caseinate. Food Technology 22:733.
unknown. 1973. Inside the evolved process plant. Food Engineering 45(November):114.process control, sara lee, dinner roll, cake production, frosting, topping, fruit pie, ingredient flow
Unknown. 1974. Consumer test group likes quality, easy preparation of frozen juice. Food Product Development 8(10):66.Development of new products and packaging of Tree Sweet frozen orange juice concentrate is reported.
Unknown. 1974. The mixograph. Agriculture Research 22(12):3.An explanation of the new ten gram mixograph is given in this paper.
Unknown. 1974. Commodity Storage Requirements. ASHRAE Handbook and Product Director. Applications, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. 42:1.
Unknown. 1974. The mixograph. Agric. Research 22(12):3An explanation of the new ten gram mixograph is given in this paper.
Unknown. 1974. Consumer test group likes quality easy preparation of frozen juice. Food Product Development 8(10):66. Development of new products and packaging of Tree Sweet frozen orange juice concentrate is reported.
Unknown. 1975. Egg replacer provides caloric reduction total functionality and convenience. Food Product Development 9(5):12. An egg replacer called “Second Nature” is discussed in terms of both its suitability in products and its nutrient composition. A comparison of “Second Nature”, a competing egg substitute and a large chicken egg is included.
Unknown. 1975. Egg replacer provides caloric reduction, total functionality and convenience. Food Product Development 9(5):12.An egg replacer called "Second Nature" is discussed in terms of nutrient content and suitability in products. A comparison of "Second Nature", a large egg and a competing egg substitute is included.
Unknown. 1975OCTOBER. Annotated bibliography on the storage of cauliflower and broccoli,
1973-1974 Commonw Bur Hortic Plant Crops 34/75, 1 p.
Unknown. 1975JANUARY. Annotated bibliography on the storage of cauliflower and broccoli, 1947-1974 Query File. Commonw Bur Hortic Plant Crops 5670 (S), rev., 2 p.
Unknown. 1976,November. Venturing in greenhouse tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 24:17.
Unknown.1977. Impending saccharin ban stirs controversy over Delaney Clause, spurs industry search for substitutes. Food Product Development 11(3):10. Delaney revision, saccharin substitutes and rat testing of saccharin is discussed.
Unknown. 1977. Protein powered biscuits. Food Engineering 49(3):16.
Feeding experiments on animals were done to determine the physiological value of calcium caseinate biscuits. Net protein utilization and digestibility were determined and from these the biological value was calculated. Also included in the study was protein efficiency ratio estimation.
Unknown. 1977. Temperature indications for distribution. Food Product Development 11(4):104
Unknown. 1977Arpil. Florida's drip-grown tomatoes. American Vegetable Grower 25:11, 12, 13.
Unknown. 1977August. New concept in tomato packaging. American Vegetable Grower
Unknown. 1977October. A square bar for a round tomato. American Vegetable Grower 25:12, 44.
Unknown. 1977July 30. An Islamic twist. Lancet p. 232.
Unknown. 1977. A Barefoot Doctor's Manual. Philadelphia, PA:Running Press.
Anonymous, December 1, 1980. Anthropologist helps save tribe's history. Gazette-Times, Corvallis, OR. p. 10.
Unknown. 1977. Protein powered biscuits. Food Engineering 49(3):16. Feeding experiments on animals were done to determine the physiological value of calcium caseinate biscuits. Net protein utilization and digestibility were determined and from these the biological value was cacluated. Also included in the study was protein efficiency ratio estimation.
Unknown. 1977. Impending saccharin ban stirs controversy over Delaney Clause, spurs industry search for substitutes. Food Product Development 11(3):10.Delaney revision, saccharin substitutes and rat testing of saccharin is discussed.
Unknown. 1978. Food Services Sanitation Manual Incuding a Model Food Service Sanitation Ordinance, Pulic Health Service, Food and Drug Administration, Division of Food Service, 1976 Revision, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, DC. (FDA) 78-2081.
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Unknown. 1979. Holiday venison. Outdoor Life 164:87.
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Unknown. 1980. School lunch kosher style. School Food Service Journal 34:46-47.
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Unknown. 1981. Spanish Language materials for People with Diabetes. NIH Publications No. 81-2180. Bethesda, MD:National Diabetes Clearing House.
Unknown. 1981. Sensory evaluation guide for testing food and beverage products. Food Technology 35:50.This guide is to serve as a reference for individuals working in the field of sensory evaluation and to promote standardization and consistency of test procedures and results
Unknown. 1981August. What's new in tomato varieties? Nine from Florida. American
Vegetable Grower 29:6, 7.
Unknown. 1981August. Ohio growers puzzle over fresh market tomatoes. American
Vegetable Grower 29:9, 10.
Unknown. 1981August. Careful management is the key in California tomatoes. American
Vegetable Grower 29:12.
Unknown. 1982, October. Fish market revolution. Sunset 75-85.
Unknown. 1982, May. Computerized program for tomato marketing. American Vegetable Grower 30:22, 24.
Unknown. 1982. Introduction To Various Ethnic Groups From Laos. New York:Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service of the Council.
Unknown. 1983. Exploding interest in blueberries. Changing Times 37:16.This article is about explosion-drying blueberries.
Unknown. 1983. Molecular approach to breadmaking - an update and new perspectives. Bakers Digest 57(4):80.
Unknown. 1984. Combine drip, mulch for top tomato yields. American Vegetable Grower 32:36, 37.
Unknown. 1984, March. The roots of corn. Science84 5(2):6-7.
Unknown. 1984. Pow Wow Chow. Muskogee, OK:Five Civilized Tribes Museum.
Unknown. 1984. Indian Burial Records. Translated from Latin by Linn County Historical Society, Pleasanton, Kansas 66075.
Unknown. 1984September 12. Kosher kitchens can provide attractive new revenue. Restaurants and Institutions 94:144+.
Unknown. 1985June4. Instant yeast research examines freezing, proofing performance. Milling & Baking News 64914):27.
Unknown 1970. Teams Digital Control With Advanced Process. Food Engineering 42(August):73.
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Unknown. 1985,November. How to roast the perfect turkey. Sunset P. 128.
Unknown. 1985Sept. 16. Yellow pea ration may replace corn-soy. Feedstuffs Pp
Unknown. 1985SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER. From the Meat Board test kitchen. Meat Briefings
Unknown. 1985, September-October. In Search of New Product Strategies. Meat Briefings pp. 1-2.
Unknown. 1986. June 2. Betty Crocker Goes Yuppie. Time :63.
Unknown. 1986, October. Marketing strategies. Food Engineering 58:27.
Unknown.1986 Sept. Lamb-Weston announces potato plant expansion. Food Processing 47(9) :30.
Unknown.1986 March. Sugar end management factors. Potato Grower of Idaho P.
Unknown. 1986July-August. Right and left turkey halves give the same results. Turkey World p. 27.Research on turkey meat quality can be expensive, especially if only a portion of the carcass is needed or used. The question of how identical a nonused half is for alternate treatments had to be addressed.
Workers at Oreogn State University cut turkeys in half lengthwise before roasting and compared the meat quality between the right and left roasted halves.
Unknown, 1987Sept. Milk without cows. Honey without bees. OMNI 9(9):42.
Unknown. 1987July-Aug. Cooked breast meat from toms fed triticale. Research Reviews p. 32.Carcasses from breeder male turkeys can be used in further processed turkey meat products similar to those made form market age turkeys.
Unknown. 1987. Tracking the trends. conAgra Consumer Frozen Foods Company. p. 3
Unknown. 1988, June. Poached fish, hot-fudge sundae. U.S. News & World Report 1904:64.
Unknown.1988April. Symposium:Applications of tissue culture and micropropagation techniques to potato product. American Potato Journal 65:161.
Unknown. 1988March. First and only all-natural fatsubstitute...Simplesse. Food Engineering 69(3):50.
Unknown. 1988November. New construction doubles tomato production. American Vegetable Grower 36:14.
Unknown. 1989. Proceedings of the International Strawberry Symposium/International Society for Horticultural Science, Fruit Section, Strawberry, Working Group. International Strawberry Symposium. Wageningen, Netherlands:ISHAS.
___. 1989. La Dieta Diabetic 3rd. edition. Santa Monica, CA:Los Angeles District of the California Dietetic Association.
Unknown. 1990, June. State of the food industry. Food Engineering :68.
Unknown. 1990,May 7. America's untapped $200 billionmarket. Food Business p. 12.
Unknown. 1991. Berries battle bladder bugs. Science News 139(23):365.This article is about a study that suggests blueberry and cranberry juice may help fight bacterial infections of the bladder.
Unknown. 1991. Blueberries don't sing the blues. School Foodservice Journal 45(5):48.This article discusses the nutrient content, handling, and storage of blueberries.
Unknown. 1991. Dominick's makes hay in the blueberry patch. Supermarket News 41(34):46.This is about Dominick's Finer Foods and their largest blueberry display.
Unknown. 1991Nov/Dec. Tomato technology. AgBiotechnology News Cedar Falls, Iowa :Freiberg Pub. 8 (6) p. 15.
Unknown. 1991. Ethylene antisense stops ripening, but still won't improve tomato taste. Biotechnology Newswatch 11 (21):3.
Unknown. 1991. The family wants dessert? Let them eat pie. Tufts Univ Diet Nutr Letter New York, N.Y. :The Letter. 8 (11):7-8.
Unknown. 1992. Testimony of the American Dietetic Association:Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus-An unrelenting but undeserved threat to the health of the minorities. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 92:671-672.
Unknown. 1992. March. New product analysis. Food Engineering 64(3):104.
Unknown. 1992December. Food plants '92 focuses on plant, work, force design. Food Engineering 64:36.
Unknown. 1992., July. Balancing brands and private label kills profitability. Food Engineering 64:14.
Unknown. 1992. Battle of the berries. Reader's Digest 140(840):32.This article is about fruit juice used to treat mild urinary-tract infections.
Unknown. 1992. Blueberries cultivate new applications. Prepared Foods 161(9):132This article is about blueberry products.
Unknown. 1992. Dried blueberries fill functional gap; Food processors report on how they satisfied consumer appeal for high moisture fruits in cereals, confections and bakery goods. Food Processing 53(12):30.
Unknown. 1992. What about those blueberries. School Foodservice Journal 46(4):59, 62. This article touts the popularity of blueberries and their nutritional value (good source of Vitamin C, iron and magnesium).
Unknown. 1992March. Meyer tomatoes makes commitment to mexico. American Vegetable Grower 40:67, 68, 69, 71.
Unknown. 1992February. Vetch:substitute for plastic mulch? American Vegetable Grower 40:53.
Unknown. 1992June. Put it on ice. American Vegetable Grower 40:17-18.
Unknown. 1992. Energy saving in tomatoes using a screen. Acta Horticulturae 312:127-128.
Unknown.1992October 27. Hairy potato will help feed hungry world, scientists say. Corvallis Gazette-Times A7.
Unknown. 1992. Avbances in Strawberry Research. Advances in strawberry production 0732-3506 (DLC)sn 82002930 (OCoLC)8342080. United States:North American Strawberry Growers Association.
Unknown. 1993. Descriptive list of varieties of autumn cape broccoli, beetroot,
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Unknown. 1993October 15. Veggie cure for plant fungus. Science 262:337.
Unknown. 1993. Fruit and vegetable consumption. Family Economics Review 6(2):24.
Unknown. 1993. Where do you get new ideas. Food Engineering 65:108.
Unknown. 1994February. Sensory evaluation:the art of science. Food Engineering 66:22.
Unknown. 1994. Blueberries in Maine:Something in the water. Economist 332(7879):35. This article is about Maine's blueberry growers concern about Velpar, a hexazinone substance marketed by Du Pont which is applied in off-years to kill weeds.
Unknown. 1994July. Reversing the new product failure rate. Food Engineering 66:20.
Unknown. 1994August. Product life-cycle management. Food Engineering 66(8):26.
Unknown. 1994April. Finding the right product development process for your company. Food Engineering 66(4):21.
Unknown. 1994June. State of the Food Industry. Food Engineering 22:110.
Unknown. 1994July. Getting satisfaction through teamwork. Food Engineering 66:16.
Unknown. 1994b. Research and Development. Food Engineering 66(2):70.
Unknown. 1995, September. Breaking the mold in product development. Prepared Foods 164:22.
Unknown. 199 X. News Briefs. Private labels continue upward trek. Prepared Foods 166(2):
Unknown. 1995. Blueberry muffins give small businesses a fresh perspective on a big bank. Direct Marketing 58(8):60-61. This article examines a direct mail program from Fleet Bank to small business prospects.
Unknown.1996. From baked Tex-Mex to basic fries:promoting potatoes. Food Sevice Dir. 9 (10); 104.
Unknown. 1996. Let 'em eat cheese. Food Managment 31(7):83, 86-87, 90.
Since the early 1990s, Norman Hollenberg of Harvard Medical School in Boston and his colleagues have been studying the Kuna, native people that live on islands off the Caribbean coast of Panama.
Unknown. 1996. In soup, on salads, to spice meats:yogurt on the plate. FoodService 9(6):82.
Unknown. 1996. Kevin Sonzo's food likes beer. Restaurant Business 95(7):126,128.This article includes recipes for beer soup and grilled buffalo steak.
Unknown. 1996. Wild Sides. Restaurants & Institutions 106(22):108.This article is about developing side dishes for game presentations.
Unknown. 1997, April 17. Food Fight Looms as stores stock "meal centers" with in-house brands. Wall Street Journal p. A1.
Unknown. 1998. Seasoned with Words:A Cookbook:stories, memoirs & poems about food. Portland, OR:Oregon Writers Colony.
Unknown. 2000April. A strong prelude. Prepared Foods 169(4):23.
Unknown. 2000. CFW Report:Industry perspectives on food safety issues. Cereal Foods World 45(4):160.
Unknown. 2000June. Big gains in weight loss. Prepared Foods 169:104.
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Unknown. 2001January. Dairy Products Scorecard. Prepared Foods 170(1):11.
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