Fannie Farmer: The Mother Of Level Measurements

By OAN Reporting Staff

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Cooking in the late 1800s was unpredictable, tiresome, and difficult. Recipes were passed down in families, but often contained vague—if any—actual measurements. Fannie Farmer changed all that in 1896. We are joined by Ken Albala, professor of history and food studies at University of the Pacific in California.

OAS Alexa Skill


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