ArteFACTS: About the Meat Juice Press

By Melissa Cole, Curator In the Oshawa Museum’s collection, we have a unique artifact that I am sure many culinary historians would like to try out if they haven’t already: a Meat Juice Press.  Bac…

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2 Responses to ArteFACTS: About the Meat Juice Press

  1. A Small Country Living says:

    D > It’s interesting how many food products still around today have their origins in late 19thC early20thC health-food fads. Branded foods were a new thing then, and they didn’t have to work hard to establish themselves in the public mind, but they were nonetheless very adroit and effective in doing so, and that’s why there’s still so much loyalty to brands like Kellogs, Cadbury, – and Bovril.

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