Henry David Thoreau, who went to jail rather than pay a 1$ tax in opposition to the Mexican War and the author of the line "the mass of men lead lives of quiet desparation," also invented raisin bread.
Next, how Ralph Waldo Emerson dabbled in Smores. "So good," the father of transcendentalism wrote, "it makes you want s'more." "Get it?" "S'more?" "Get it?" "I kill me."