Explore Henry Ford, Leadership and more!

Explore related topics

Read Unconventional Leadership: How Henry Ford Taught Me About Reinvention and Diversity PDF

Read Unconventional Leadership: How Henry Ford Taught Me About Reinvention and Diversity PDF

Historic Recipe Bank - From The Henry Ford

Historic Recipe Bank - From The Henry Ford

"Historic Recipe Bank" from the Henry Ford Museum. As of mid-July, 2012, 26 (mostly historic) cookbooks from the 1700's to 2000. Recipe shown: "A Pottie Py" from "Jean Brown’s Paistry Book," 1724 -- love it!

"Historic Recipe Bank" from the Henry Ford Museum. As of mid-July, 2012, 26 (mostly historic) cookbooks from the 1700's to 2000. Recipe shown: "A Pottie Py" from "Jean Brown’s Paistry Book," 1724 -- love it!

The Historic Recipe Bank (part of the Henry Ford Museum) contains recipes going back to the 1700s. Wonderful resource for authors of historical fiction.

The Historic Recipe Bank (part of the Henry Ford Museum) contains recipes going back to the 1700s. Wonderful resource for authors of historical fiction.

Historic Recipe Bank from The Henry Ford

Historic Recipe Bank from The Henry Ford

The Henry Ford museum website. Contain a recipe bank of historic recipes, links to cookbooks starting in 17th century, images of utensils and equipment and more.

The Henry Ford museum website. Contain a recipe bank of historic recipes, links to cookbooks starting in 17th century, images of utensils and equipment and more.

In this segment from “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” you’ll learn about the advances being made in 3D printed food.

In this segment from “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” you’ll learn about the advances being made in 3D printed food.

“Local Roots” is a term we use to reflect The Henry Ford's commitment to and collaboration with our local Southeastern Michigan food community. At The Henry Ford we source a large percentage of our food products from family farms and local producers - allowing us to stimulate the local economy as well as offer better tasting, healthier food to all of our guests. We invite you to learn more about our local growers and producers and shop with them for your own family or business needs!

“Local Roots” is a term we use to reflect The Henry Ford's commitment to and collaboration with our local Southeastern Michigan food community. At The Henry Ford we source a large percentage of our food products from family farms and local producers - allowing us to stimulate the local economy as well as offer better tasting, healthier food to all of our guests. We invite you to learn more about our local growers and producers and shop with them for your own family or business needs!

Did you know that Henry Ford popularized the charcoal briquette?   This week's edition of Food of Yore—Henry Ford: The Father of Easy Grilling. (Plus a recipe for Grilled Cowboy-Cut Rib Eyes)

Did you know that Henry Ford popularized the charcoal briquette? This week's edition of Food of Yore—Henry Ford: The Father of Easy Grilling. (Plus a recipe for Grilled Cowboy-Cut Rib Eyes)

Pinterest
Search