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Who knew art and history could be so delicious? Check out a food exhibition and learn about how history has affected the way we eat today; or simply admire food as art. Still life by Cezanne.



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Directory of  Food and Beverage Museums

All over the world there are museums and collections, both public and private, dedicated to food and beverages. Some are large and comprehensive, some are small and idiosyncratic.  A remarkable listing of dedicated efforts.


Julia Child’s Kitchen

A flash tour of the kitchen where Julia cooked for 41 years, the familiar locale of her beloved TV show, now re-assembled at the Smithsonian. The online exhibit includes tips, stories and memories from the great culinarian herself.


Key Ingredients

The online companion to the traveling Smithsonian exhibition of the same name. Travel through 500 years of food history and journey from coast to coast as you explore how Americans grow, prepare, and serve foods.


World Carrot Museum

Facts and fun—you will never look at carrots the same way again.  You can spend hours on this fascinating site, a labor of love of a carrot aficionado.



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Nibble Tip

Do a little research on the web into the history of your favorite food. You will be surprised at how its historical uses may open your eyes to using it in new ways.

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