Posted by: Janine | May 1, 2011

History

Brown bread and baked beans.
What the Pilgrims ate (if you ask
the Victorians).

Abigail Carroll

Boston University

Dissertation title: “‘Colonial Custard’ and ‘Pilgrim Soup’: Culinary Nationalism and the Colonial Revival”
My dissertation looks at the romanticization of colonial American food such as brown bread and baked beans during the Victorian and Progressive eras. I am currently working as a writer with a focus on American food history.

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