Who invented the bread slicer?

Answer Otto Frederick Rohwedder, an entrepreneur from Des Moines, Iowa, invented the world's first mechanical bread slicer. The slicer went on sale July 7, 1928, but a U.S. patent was not issued until Jul... Read More »

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When was the vegetable slicer invented?

The vegetable slicer or mandoline is thought to have originated in the late 1500s. An illustrated cookbook written by Bartolomeo Scappi, the chef of Pope Pius VI, contained an illustration of a sma... Read More »

When was Wonder Bread invented?

Wonder was first made in 1921, according to the Brand Channel Website. The Wonder website states the bread was made by the Taggert Baking Co., but sold to the the Continental Baking Co. in 1925.Sou... Read More »

Who invented the bread machine?

The first commercial bread-kneading machine was invented by Joseph Lee in the late 1800s. The first personal-use, one-loaf bread machine was made in 1986 by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., now ... Read More »

Who invented potato bread?

A number of potato bread recipes and improvements upon recipes were published during the 18th century, but the Irish appear to have been the first to begin making potato bread, during James I's rei... Read More »