By Alvin Wood Chase
Vacationing general practitioner, salesman, writer and self-made guy, Dr Chase allotted treatments in all places the US through the overdue 19th century, amassing recipes and family counsel from the folk he met alongside the best way. His self-published books grew to become celebrated US bestsellers and have been the loved ones Bibles in their day.
Containing recipes for American-style treats, akin to Boston cream muffins, Kentucky Corn Dodgers and pumpkin pie, in addition to genial suggestion on baking bread and checking out even if a cake is cooked, it is a treasure trove of culinary knowledge from the homesteads of a nonetheless rural, pioneering usa.
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Also puzzling is why these people ate so many oysters. Oysters are not an efficient food source. Between 90 and 95 percent of their weight comes from the inedible shell, so gathering bags of oysters from the beds and dragging them to the middens for shucking yielded fairly little food for the effort. The Lenape approach of gathering oysters in dugout canoes, which may have also been used by earlier peoples, somewhat reduces the labor. Probably to lessen the amount of hauling, no midden has been found more than 160 feet from water.
Red deer, a European species, are larger than the indigenous whitetail. Europe had larger deer and smaller oysters than New York. To calculate the food value of New York oysters relative to the native whitetail deer, one would have to know whether the oysters came from the top or bottom of the midden. It is significant that the deeper archaeologists dig in a midden, the larger the shells they find. The large bottom shells are older than the smaller top ones, which shows that, contrary to popular belief, even before Europeans arrived, people were overharvesting oysters.
One modern 1 8 • T h e B i g O y s te r researcher estimated that it would take 52,267 oysters to supply the same number of calories to be had by eating one red deer. An intriguing idea emerges. It is clear not only by logic but by the evidence of the kitchen remains that have been found that no Hudson people ever had a diet principally based on oysters. There is a tendency to think of early humans as struggling for survival and therefore eating what was nutritious, easily available, and efficiently exploited.
Buffalo Cake and Indian Pudding (Penguin Great Food) by Alvin Wood Chase