- Author:Andrew Smith
- Publisher:Rutgers University Press; First Edition edition (December 1, 1999)
- Pages:254 pages
- Subcategory:Home Improvement & Design
- FB2 format1191 kb
- ePUB format1394 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A definitive history of tomato soup. The author explores the prehistoric origins of soup and traces its development in the 19th century.
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Souper Tomatoes book. In Souper Tomatoes, culinary historian Andrew F. Smith tells the story of how tomato soup has become a regular staple in practically every American kitchen
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In Souper Tomatoes, culinary historian Andrew F. This saga, he writes, "is a juicy tale filled with unexpected twists and turns.
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Author of the Michael L. Printz Honor and Boston Globe-Horn Book Award winning GRASSHOPPER JUNGLE.
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The historical tomato - Historical recipes. Serious scholarly study traces biological origins of the tomato and evolution of human attitude toward its use from preconquest western South America, the Central America isthmus, and Mexico to 16th-century Europe. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
Food books by Andrew F. Smith. American Tuna The Rise and Fall of an Improbable Food. Dallas Free Kindergarten and Training School Lone Star Cook Book. Introduction by Andrew F. University of California Press, August 8, 2012. Drinking History: Fifteen Turning Points in the Making of American Beverages (Arts and Traditions of the Table: Perspectives on Culinary History). Columbia University Press, December 4, 2012. Dallas: The Ladies’ of the Dallas Free Kindergarten and Training School, 1901. Applewood Books, 2005.
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Smith, Andrew F. 1946–PERSONAL:Born June 26, 1946, in Burbank, CA; son of Charles and Margaret Smith; married . 1946–PERSONAL:Born June 26, 1946, in Burbank, CA; son of Charles and Margaret Smith; married Tatiana Kling (a teacher), 1982; children: Kelly, Timothy. Education: Loyola University of Los Angeles, . 1968; University of California, Riverside, . 1971, doctoral study, 1972. Source for information on Smith, Andrew F. 1946–: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary.
For decades, countless children across the U.S. have eagerly consumed bowls of a steamy reddish-orange liquid that is as easy to make as it is comforting to eat: tomato soup. In Souper Tomatoes, culinary historian Andrew F. Smith tells the story of how tomato soup has become a regular staple in practically every American kitchen. This saga, he writes, “is a juicy tale filled with unexpected twists and turns. It is action packed, peopled with seedsmen and farmers, grocers and scientists, commercial artists and hard-hitting advertisers, and just plain old every-day consumers—all of whom have contributed to the transformation of tomato soup into one of America’s favorite dishes.”
Smith explores the prehistoric origin of soup and traces its development through the nineteenth century. He then focuses on how the tomato was introduced in Europe and America. Now America—and New Jersey—take center stage, as Smith examines the rise of the canning industry, particularly in New Jersey, and the complex distribution and advertising networks that transformed tomato soup into a household staple. The reader will learn how a scientific whiz at the Joseph Campbell Preserve Company in New Jersey produced the world’s first successful condensed soup and persuaded American homemakers to make this bit of canned wizardry a staple food product.
In the evolution of the business from a mom-and-pop shop to a fully automated global business, the tomato has evolved, as well. New varieties of this fruit were bred to have traits making them perfect for canning. One of the leading breeds? The Rutgers tomato.
Souper Tomatoes concludes with an investigation of tomato soup as an icon of American life. Over one hundred historical recipes for soups including tomatoes as an ingredient make this book a culinary, as well as a historical, delight.