(since 1999)



   Home   |   Articles   |   Food_Trivia   |   TODAY_in_FOOD_HISTORY   |   Food_Timeline   |   Recipes   |   Cooking_Tips   |   Videos   |   Food_Quotes   |   Who’s_Who   |   Food_Poems   |   Culinary Schools_&_Tours   |   Food_Trivia_Quizzes   |   Free_Magazines   |   Food_Festivals

Today in Food History, Timeline & Food Holidays: National Food Days, Weeks & Months

You are here > Home

Today in Food HistorySEPTEMBER >  September 1



Food Timeline - 50,000 BC to 2021



FREE Magazines
and other Publications

Free Professional and Technical Research, White Papers, Case Studies, Magazines, and eBooks


See Also
Food Festival Section


Today in Food History

• National Food Bank Day (Sept 1, 2023 - 1st Fri in Sept) Help a neighbor, friend, co-worker, or child by making a donation or volunteering at a local food bank.

• Traditional Oyster Season Begins (months with an 'r')
  (Oyster Trivia & Facts  --  Oyster Recipes)

• National Chianti Day (Sept 1, 2023 - 1st Fri)
  (Chianti Article)

• National Cherry Popover Day (Popover Trivia/Facts)

• National Gyro Day (?)

• St. Fiacre's Day, patron of gardeners.
• St. Verana's Day, patron of millers.

• UK: National Tofu Day [Vegetarian Society of the UK]

• UK: Partridge Season Begins
  (Partridge Trivia & Facts  --  Partridge Recipes)

On this day in:

1819 Jethro J. Wood patented a plow with interchangeable parts.

1826 Alfred Ely Beach was born. American inventor and publisher of Scientific American magazine.

1848 Auguste-Henri Forel was born. The next time you are on a picnic and become overtaken by ants, think of Forel. If you would like to know about ants, find a copy of his 5 volume 'The Social World of the Ants.'
(Ant Trivia & Facts)

1859 The first Pullman Sleeper railroad cars were put into service on the Chicago & Alton Railroad.

1906 Karl August Folkers was born. He was the first to isolate vitamin B12.

1910 Heinz Tomato Soup went on sale in the UK for first time, at Fortnum & Mason. (Heinz Trivia & Facts)

1914 Martha, the last surviving Passenger Pigeon died on September 1, 1914 at the Cincinnati Zoo, the species having been commercially hunted to extinction.
(Passenger Pigeon Trivia & Facts)

1940 Lillian D. Wald died. She was a scientist and nurse, and among her activities, she helped initiate the enactment of pure food laws in the U.S.

1951 The Premier, the first supermarket in Britain, opened it's doors. (Supermarket Trivia & Facts)
(Other sources claim that the first supermarket in Britain was opened at Manor Park on January 12, 1948, and run by the London Co-op. I am not sure yet which is correct).

1971 Michael Romanoff died (born Feb 20, 1890). Born Hershel Geguzin, he was an actor, conman, professional imposter and Hollywood restaurateur. He posed as Russian Prince Michael Alexandrovich Dmitri Oblensky Romanoff from about 1919. He opened Romanoff's restaurant in Beverly Hills in the late 1930s, which became popular with Hollywood movie stars. The restaurant closed in 1962.

1997 The U.S. minimum wage was raised to $5.15 per hour.

2009 New Fisheries Regulations in The Bahamas gives full protection to all Marine turtles found in Bahamian waters by prohibiting the Harvesting, Possession, Purchase and Sale of turtles, their parts and eggs.


  Home   |   About Us & Contact Us   |   Food History Articles   |   Bibliography   |   Other Links  

Please feel free to link to any pages of from your website.  For permission to use any of this content please E-mail:   All contents are copyright © 1990 - 2024 James T. Ehler and unless otherwise noted.  All rights reserved.  You may copy and use portions of this website for non-commercial, personal use only.  Any other use of these materials without prior written authorization is not very nice and violates the copyright.  Please take the time to request permission. Logo


Popular Pages

World Cuisine
Food Festivals
Food Poems