“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Hungry for History Historical Markers

This series is intended for markers issued within the William G. Pomeroy Foundation's Hungry for History Marker series. Although the number currently issued (as of June 2022) is less than the usual marker threshold, it is expected that more than enough markers will be available in the near future to meet the threshold.
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By Wesley Harris, April 17, 2023
Potlikker Marker
1 Louisiana, Claiborne Parish, Haynesville — 9 — PotlikkerHungry for History
AKA pot liquor. Broth made from boiling greens and pork fat. Fed South's hungry by early 1850s. In 1935, Senator Huey Long praised its value.Map (db m220563) HM
2 New York, Erie County, West Seneca — 7 — Beef on Weck — Hungry for History —
Sandwich made of roast beef with horseradish served on kümmelweck roll. Popular throughout Western NY. Believed first served in late 1800s. William G. Pomeroy Foundation 2022Map (db m188242) HM
3 New York, Schoharie County, Esperance — 5 — Chocolate Jumbles — Hungry For History —
Regional cookie variety made with chocolate, molasses and spices. So popular, judged at Schoharie County Fair as early as 1916.Map (db m199773) HM
4 North Carolina, Surry County, Dobson — 8 — Sonker — Hungry for History —
Hungry for History #8 Unique dessert thought to originate in Surry County in mid 1800s. Similar to cobbler, made with dough and fruit or sweet potato.Map (db m206799) HM
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Jun. 6, 2023