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The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl

“Written by Rachel Young  Cooking on the ranch Ree Drumond, or “Pioneer Woman,” as she is known by many, started blogging in 2006, creating the award winning website www.thepioneerwoman.com.  It is there she shares about her life on a working cattle ranch, which includes many of the recipes she makes for her friends and family.      The author is not professionally trained, but that does not...” --ryoung

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Oil & Vinegar

Oil & Vinegar

In the early 1920s, Tulsa was known as the "Oil Capital of the World," and people flocked to Tulsa by the thousands, lured by the hope of striking it rich with oil. These ambitious families brought their various traditions, legacies, and dreams, creating a culinary melting pot. Tulsa may no longer be the "Oil Capital of the World," but in Oil & Vinegar we still...

Nebraska Kid's Cookbook: Recipes, How-To, History, Lore and More!

Nebraska Kid's Cookbook: Recipes, How-To, History, Lore and More!

During school visits, Carole discovered that kids love to talk about food. So, she decided this was a great way to approach history, geography, multicultural studies, women, science & more - by teaching kids the culinary contributions of Nebraska and the history and folklore behind them. Who created the first corn flake? What was the first pizza called? Who sold the first hot...

Minnesota Kid's Cookbook: Recipes, How-To, History, Lore and More

Minnesota Kid's Cookbook: Recipes, How-To, History, Lore and More

During school visits, Carole discovered that kids love to talk about food. So, she decided this was a great way to approach history, geography, multicultural studies, women, science & more - by teaching kids the culinary contributions of Minnesota and the history and folklore behind them. Who created the first corn flake? What was the first pizza called? Who sold the first hot dog...

College Woman's Cook Book (Cooking in America)

College Woman's Cook Book (Cooking in America)

This 1923 volume was compiled from a group of college women, living in and near Evanston, Illinois, most of whom were graduates of Northwestern University. A portion of the profits from the work were used to support a Michigan summer camp for underprivlidged children from cities.

Centennial Buckeye Cook Book

Centennial Buckeye Cook Book

"By any standard the Centennial Buckeye Cook Book was the most important cookbook to have originated in Ohio in the nineteenth century. It included more than three hundred pages of good recipes for jellies and jams, soups and sauces, fruits and vegetables, meats, poultry and fish, and confectionery, cakes and pastry, and many more. It was, however, much more than just a cookbook. Some...

Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping

Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping

Originally published in 1877. This facsimile edition covers breadmaking, cakemaking, confectionary, canning fruits, catsups and sauces, fruits, ices and ice cream, pastry, puddings, preserves, poultry, bills of fare, soups, and more, plus housekeeping, management of help, carving, cutting and curing meats, butter making, doing laundry, hints for the well and for the sick, medical, floral, and...

Wisconsin's Hometown Flavors: A Cook's Tour of Butcher Shops, Bakeries, Cheese Factories & Other Specialty Markets (Trails Books Guide)

Wisconsin's Hometown Flavors: A Cook's Tour of Butcher Shops, Bakeries, Cheese Factories & Other Specialty Markets (Trails Books Guide)

Wisconsin's rich and diverse ethnic heritage is expressed most robustly in its food traditions. Here, Terese Allen takes us on a sumptuous tour, visiting family-run bakeries, country meat markets, prizewinning cheese factories, and beloved confection shops. We meet the people behind the foods, hear their interesting stories, and come away with some of their favorite recipes. For people who...