Based on a 2011 exhibit at the National Archives Museum in Washington, D.C., this resource-packed site is a true boon for educators and all those fascinated by how the U.S. government has attempted to influence the ways its citizens think about food. Readers may want to start by selecting the "What's Cooking Uncle Sam online exhibit on Google Cultural Institute" link to view images and text from the original exhibit. Next, explore the featured Activities, such as "Effects of Food Regulation in the Progressive Era." This engaging activity invites students to learn about new food laws passed in the early 1900s and how they impacted the safety and quality of consumer goods. Readers will also find much to explore in the Primary Sources section available on the homepage. For example, "School Lunches" opens to many original documents, from recipes used between 1965 and 1987 to a 1946 letter advocating for subsidized school lunches in public school cafeterias.