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Cultural museum and education center dedicated to exploring the American contribution to wine and food.
Explores the history of the Cadbury family chocolate business.
Mount Horeb Mustard Museum
Games, contests, recipes and more.
Culinary Archives and Museum
Devoted to the preservation of the history of the culinary and hospitality industries.
Wine & Spirits Historical Museum
Stockholm museum presenting a look at the technical and cultural history of spirits and alcoholic beverages.
Intact historic 19th century brewery and museum complex. Also home to four restaurants: The Catacombs, Alios, Bottling Works, and Biergarten.
NY Food Museum
New York City circa 1900. Farming, fishing, open-air markets, pushcarts, oyster barges, breweries, more.
A shrine to my favor... the most commonly eaten food in my home.
Mus?e de l'Abeille / Honey Economuseum
Offers changing exhibits, bee demonstrations, a bee quiz, beeswax candle workshops, and a range of products.
Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smithsonian
Information on the Julia Child installation at the Smithsonian, including kitchen stories, featured tools, and bibliography.
Dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of cranberry growing in Wisconsin.
Chocolate: The Exhibition
Field Museum exhibit that explores the history, origins, and production of chocolate.
Hot Dogs As America
Selection of regional specialties served in conjunction with the Baseball As America exhibition on view at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.