How History Sparked Ideas for Food Entrepreneurs

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Finding Inspiration in the Antiquarian Marketplace

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Emily Dickinson’s passion for cooking and baking inspired
Concord Teacakes to produce one of her recipes. And the
young owners of Franklin Fountain with an avid interest since
childhood in antiquarian objects created an
unusual specialty sundae based on a recipe
found in a book published in 1915.

What other ways to apply history in other f
fields of interest might there be?

Dee Adams is the author of
Finding Your Niche: Discover…
https://nichecreativity.com/finding-your-niche-ebook/

References

Pbs.org
Emily Dickinson: A Poet in the Kitchen”
http://tinyurl.com/q7fpx2m

Concord Tea Cakes
http://www.concordteacakes.com/about-us

Foodnetwork.com
Top5 Restaurants, para.2, line 6.
http://tinyurl.com/nwfsl37

Franklin Fountain.com
http://www.franklinfountain.com/

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