Colonial Cookery in North America
Lecture no. 25 from the course: Food: A Cultural Culinary History
Taught by Professor Ken Albala | 32 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Food & Wine Courses
Eating habits in the American colonies incorporated a wide variety of cultural influences. Contrast the culinary fashions of Virginia, modeled on the English gentry, with the mercantile, Puritan ethic of New England; the varied foodways of the Dutch settlers, Germans, Quakers, and Quebecois; and the unique cuisine of Louisiana.