S. Truett Cathy (1921-2014), “It’s Easier to Succeed than to Fail”, 1989.

  Harland Sanders (1890-1980), “Twenty Favorite Recipes of Colonel Harland Sanders“, 1954 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Harland Sanders, “Process of Producing Fried Chicken Under Pressure“, 12 April 1966, US. Patent #3,245,800. also was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present:  S. Truett Cathy (1921-2014), “It’s Easier to Succeed … Continue reading S. Truett Cathy (1921-2014), “It’s Easier to Succeed than to Fail”, 1989.

Michael A. LaCombe, “Political Gastronomy: Food and Authority in the English Atlantic World”, 2012.

“Edward Sapir and the Sino-Dene Hypothesis”, by John Bengston. a publication on the American Indian languages classification “Dene” (shown by above map) was the topic of an earlier blog post. Similarly here I presently  American Indian book: Michael A. LaCombe, “Political Gastronomy: Food and Authority in the English Atlantic World”, 2012 was an English early … Continue reading Michael A. LaCombe, “Political Gastronomy: Food and Authority in the English Atlantic World”, 2012.

"American Presidential China", The Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2008.

My 9 December 2020 posts on this blog were:  Cara Hobday & Jo Denbury, “Food Secrets:  Styling Techniques of Professionals”; also, Christopher Styler, “Working the Plate: The Art of Food Presentation”.  This post today is on: “The American Presidential China” held by a collector. The “plates” of the presidential  tables in American history are important … Continue reading "American Presidential China", The Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2008.

Christopher Styler,”Working the Plate: The Art of Food Presentation” 2006.

Cara Hobday and Jo Denbury, “Food Presentation Secrets: Styling Techniques of Professionals”, 2010 was the topic of an earlier blog post post. Here I present: Christopher Styler, “Working the Plate: The Art of Food Presentation”, 2006 is a good book on food styling”. The front-dining room, and the back-kitchen are different workplaces. Recipes begin in the … Continue reading Christopher Styler,”Working the Plate: The Art of Food Presentation” 2006.

Cara Hobday, and Jo Denbury, “Food Presentation Secrets”, 2010.

Cara Hobday and Jo Denbury, Food Presentation Secrets: Styling Techniques of Professionals. “Food Styling” along with “Food Photography” gives homemade recipes a professional look. However, you can not judge a book by its cover. The Hobday and Denbury book of styling techniques, is to not look homemade. I love “country cooking” (Southern or Soul Food). … Continue reading Cara Hobday, and Jo Denbury, “Food Presentation Secrets”, 2010.