7 edition of Foods of the foreign-born in relation to health found in the catalog.
Reprinted in part from Immigrant health and the community, by Michael M. Davis, jr.
|Statement||by Bertha M. Wood...with a foreword by Michael M. Davis, jr.|
|LC Classifications||TX353 .W6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 98 p.|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||22005806|
Excerpt. Problems, was of great value in making the study of Jewish food habits. Many thanks are due to Miss Minnie Newman, of the Foreign Department of the National Young Women's Christian Association, for much information secured in relation to both the Polish and Hungarian diets. “The Jewish children suffer from too many pickles,” wrote Boston dietician Bertha Wood in her book Foods of the Foreign-Born in Relation to Health. “The excessive use of pickled foods destroys the taste for milder flavors, causes irritation, and .
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Notes. Reprinted in part from Immigrant Pages: Genre/Form: Cookbooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wood, Bertha M.
Foods of the foreign-born in relation to health. Boston, Whitcomb & Barrows, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wood, Bertha M.
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WOOD of other peoples with that of the Americans in relation to health. The inspiration for the work came at the. In order to feed foreign born Americans correctly, the dietitian must know what their normal food is and must modify the dictates of science by the application of such knowledge.
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Foods of Author: Wood Bertha M. Many of the recipes in Foods of the Foreign-Born in Relation to Health were first published in an Appendix to Davis' Immigrant Health and the Community. Wood also wrote Fundamentals of Dietetics; A Textbook for Nurses and Dietitians ().
Foods of the Foreign-Born in Relation to Health. Bertha M. Wood. Boston: [Mexican, Portuguese, Italian, Hungarian, Poles, Armenians, Syrians, Turks, Greeks and Jews] With A Saucepan Over The Sea from Foreign Countries.
Adelaide Keen [23 countries] Mrs. Rorer's New Cook Book. Davis, Michael Marks, Foods of the foreign-born in relation to health [microform] / (Boston: Whitcomb & Barrows, ), also by Bertha M. Wood (page images at HathiTrust) Davis, Michael Marks, Gabriel Tarde; an essay in sociological theory.
(New York, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: James A. Tobey. Studies of migrant health in the US most often compare migrants’ health to that of the general population or to US-born non-Hispanic whites ().Another typical comparison is with the corresponding US-born racial/ethnic group ().Finally, a few studies compare migrant health with the health of individuals in the country of origin ().The migrant health outcomes that have Cited by: Nutritionist Bertha Wood wrote in her book Foods of the Foreign Born in Relation to Health: “Naturally they are painstaking, good cooks.” Wood goes on to comment: “The raw food materials of the Italian diet, many of which were easily procured from their own farms, when combined in their home-country ways, furnished a cheap, well.
Foods of the Foreign-Born in Relation to Health () by Bertha M. Wood. From the MSU collection. The Art of German Cooking and Baking () by Lina Wachtelborn Meier. Embedded viewer. Woman's World Calendar Cook Book () by Mrs. Ida Bailey Allen. Embedded viewer. –Bertha Wood, Foods of the Foreign-Born in Relation to Health ().The book shows ambivalence about immigrants bringing new food traditions to the United States.
–Peg Bracken, The I Hate to Cook Book. This book is a good jumping-off point to discuss post-WWII prosperity, convenience foods, and gender roles. The American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) is dedicated to the publication of original work in research, research methods, and program evaluation in the field of public mission of the journal is to advance public health research, policy, practice, and education.
Foods of the foreign-born in relation to health / (Boston: Whitcomb & Barrows, ), by Bertha M. Wood and Michael Marks Davis (page images at HathiTrust) The cost of food; a study in dietaries, (New York, J.
Wiley, ), by Ellen H. Richards (page images at HathiTrust). Contributed by: Taken from "Foods of the Foreign-born in Relation to Health" by Bertha M. Wood () View Recipe Canestrelli/Tea Cakes (Italian shortbread cookies, using sugar, butter, egg yolks and sherry).Pasticcio di Polenta/ Unsweetened Corn meal loaf (with dried mushrooms, cream and Parmesan cheese) Originated from: Italy: Occasion: Any time: Contributed by: Taken from "Foods of the Foreign-born in Relation to Health" by Bertha M.
Wood (). Her book Foods of the Foreign-Born in Relation to Health was based on the need to “Americanize” the food choices of foreigners so that they might better adjust to their new surroundings. Except, of course, the book wasn’t written for them, it was written about them, as if these new arrivals to the country had no conception of what it was.