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During World War I, ships bringing imported food supplies into Britain were extremely vulnerable to German U-boat attack. By 1917, 400 Allied ships a month were being sunk. Although wheat was imported from new sources, and Britain's own harvest reached record levels, the government actively encouraged economy.

During World War I, ships bringing imported food supplies into Britain were extremely vulnerable to German U-boat attack. By 1917, 400 Allied ships a month were being sunk. Although wheat was imported from new sources, and Britain's own harvest reached record levels, the government actively encouraged economy.

During World War II, Potato Pete, a dapper cartoon spud with a jaunty cap and spats, instructed U.K. consumers on the humble tuber's many uses – not just in standards like scalloped potatoes and savory pies but also in more surprising options, like potato scones and waffles.

During World War II, Potato Pete, a dapper cartoon spud with a jaunty cap and spats, instructed U.K. consumers on the humble tuber's many uses – not just in standards like scalloped potatoes and savory pies but also in more surprising options, like potato scones and waffles.

A poster produced by the U.S. Food Administration during World War I. "There was a feeling that the troops deserved white bread, and the rest of us could add cornmeal or rye flour," says Joanne Lamb Hayes, author of Grandma's Wartime Kitchen.

A poster produced by the U.S. Food Administration during World War I. "There was a feeling that the troops deserved white bread, and the rest of us could add cornmeal or rye flour," says Joanne Lamb Hayes, author of Grandma's Wartime Kitchen.

Past and present members of the Supreme Court, right, line the stairs as the coffin of retired Chief Justice Warren Burger is carried into the Court on in June 1995.

Past and present members of the Supreme Court, right, line the stairs as the coffin of retired Chief Justice Warren Burger is carried into the Court on in June 1995.

Portrait of William Brooke Baron Cobham and his family, dated 1567. The rise of the American family dinner depended upon the arrival of the dining table, and the dining room, from Europe, where they had been embraced since Elizabethan times.

Portrait of William Brooke Baron Cobham and his family, dated 1567. The rise of the American family dinner depended upon the arrival of the dining table, and the dining room, from Europe, where they had been embraced since Elizabethan times.