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Photos from A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove:

A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove contains more than 100 images showing women growing, preparing, selling, sharing, serving, and enjoying food -- from ancient times to the present day.



Cutting carrots for canning, 1978.
Allegheny County, North Carolina.
Photo by Lyntha Scott Eiler.
(Library of Congress)



Grinding corn for tortillas, circa 1920.
Probably at El Del Mayo, at tortilla factory in Los Angeles,
owned by Mrs. Maria Queredo.
(Los Angeles Public Library)



Many women saw a great future in table-side appliances that brought
cooking out of the messy kitchen into the comfortable dining room.
Advertisement for General Electric Toaster, 1908.
(Library of Congress)


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