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The New York Cook Book, 1892.
Whether you like to cook or eat: Thank you Fannie Farmer!

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Fannie Farmer Was Born
March 23, 1857

Even if you don't like to cook, you probably like to eat. Preparing and eating food is an essential part of life for everyone, but what people eat, the way they eat, and with whom can differ tremendously from country to country and even from table to table. Think about the role of food in your life and what your food habits say about who you are. What foods and ways of eating do you think are uniquely American? Ask your family what they think. The conversation will probably make you hungry!
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