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Ellenbee Leggett | Company Profile Most notably were the Francis H. Leggett Company, a seven state retail distributorand Ellenbee Foods, a strong school and health care supplier. http://www.ellenbee.com/company/
Extractions: In 1967, J. Ernest Kite, a longtime Cincinnati food broker, recognizing the tremendous potential of the foodservice industry began a series of food company acquisitions. Most notably were the Francis H. Leggett Company, a seven state retail distributor and Ellenbee Foods, a strong school and health care supplier. Building on the sound history of these two firms, Ellenbee Leggett was founded. By 1980, with the addition of several more quality food specialty firms, combining over 100 years of experience, Ellenbee Leggett had established itself as a leader in the region's foodservice industry. Thus the tradition of quality and service, initiated almost 30 years ago, thrives today and with determination, will flourish tomorrow. Our Present Ellenbee Leggett, Inc. is a customer responsive distributor of foodservice products in the Cincinnati, Ohio Tri-State area. As Innovators in our industry we focus on partnerships with our customers while providing growth and enrichment to our employees. In building our business... and reputation, attention to detail is the norm. Service, product and people create the dynamic that is Ellenbee Leggett.
Extractions: n. An eastern Asian evergreen shrub or small tree (Camellia sinensis) having fragrant, nodding, cup-shaped white flowers and glossy leaves. The young, dried leaves of this plant, prepared by various processes and used to make a hot beverage. An aromatic, slightly bitter beverage made by steeping tea leaves in boiling water. Any of various beverages, made as by steeping the leaves of certain plants or by extracting an infusion especially from beef. Any of various plants having leaves used to make a tealike beverage. A tea rose. Chiefly British. An afternoon refreshment consisting usually of sandwiches and cakes served with tea. High tea. An afternoon reception or social gathering at which tea is served. Slang. Marijuana. [Probably Dutch thee , from Malay teh , from Chinese (Amoy) te (equivalent to Chinese (Mandarin) ch¡ WORD HISTORY âHere thou, great Anna! whom three realms obey,/ Dost sometimes counsel takeâand sometimes tea.â
Extractions: Fishing ... By Alice Ross The weather is warming, the fish are running, and in the 18th century it would have been the season for fish feasts. These large outdoor community festivals clearly showed that fish were held in great esteem and welcomed as a seasonal delicacy. And yet, remembering back to my childhood, for many, large numbers of fish were considered the food of the poor. Fish, like most food in the past, was highly seasonal, according to the type of fish and its availability. Martha Bradleys The British Housewife (1756), widely used in the Colonies, discussed the various kinds, when in Season throughout the monthly chapters. For example in November she recommended Pike in very fine Season, and there are also Pearch in great Perfection: The Eels of our Trout Rivers are also now very fine. Our Ponds afford Carp...and from these a great deal of Variety and Elegance may be given to a first Course: For the second, there are Smelts now in their Perfection, and Soals [soles]. Despite the changed locale, colonists found American conditions similar, with perhaps a few small adjustments to the calendar according to where the colony was situated. Springtime has always been a hungry time for agricultural people in northern latitudes. By this time the autumn fruits and vegetables stored in root cellars were largely consumed, surviving in small numbers and poor quality, used only because they were better than nothing. Although early spring plowing and planting may have been finished, there was as yet little mature enough to eat, with the few exceptions of early peas, young salads, and wild shoots. From pre-contact Native Americans to Europeans in the New World, everyone welcomed fishing as a source of fresh protein and a change from winters diet. For the highly specialized collector of prehistoric or early colonial artifacts, bone or ivory fishhooks, harpoons, spears, perhaps twined line of vegetable fibers, and basket traps are all wonderful evocations of our subsistence past.