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 Posted: Tue Apr 7th, 2009 09:48 pm
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Johan Steele
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A few titles suggested by the better half:

Ball Corporation.  Ball Blue Book: The Complete Guide to Home Canning and Freezing.

Barchers, Suzanne I. and Patricia C. Marden.  Cooking Up U.S. History: Recipes and Research to Share with Children.

Benning, Lee Edwards.  The Cook's Tale: Origins of Famous Foods and Recipes.

Bernstein, Braun, et al.  American Girls Pastimes: Addy's Cookbook.

Braun, Evert, et al. American Girls Pastimes: Kirsten's Cookbook.

Fisher, Abbie.  What Mrs Fisher knows about Old Southern Cooking.  Her story is an interesting one, she was a slave who moved into San Fran after the war... her cooking took the city by storm.  She was illiterate so she dictated the recipes.  It is the first known recipe book authored by a black woman

Child, The American Frugal Housewife

Green, Janet, Ruth Hertzberg, and Beatrice Vaughan.  Putting Food By.

Ichord, Loretta Frances.  Skillet Bread, Sourdough, and Vinegar Pie.
Exploring History Through Simple Recipes Series  
which includes:  Cowboy Cooking, Cooking on the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Civil War Cooking: Union And Civil War Cooking: Confederacy

Kreidberg, Marjorie.  Food on the Frontier: Minnesota Cooking from 1850 to 1900, with Selected Recipes.  Oldest Church Cookbook the better half has ever seen.

Livingston, A.D. Cast-Iron Cooking.

Mitchell, Patricia B.  Just Naturally Sweet.  another by the same author is: Union Army Camp Cooking.

Spaulding, Lily May and Jon Spaulding, eds.  Civil War Recipes: Receipts from the Pages of Godey's Lady's Book.

Ririe, Robert L.  Doin' Dutch Oven Inside and Out.

Walker, Barbara M. The Little House Cookbook.

Anything by Mrs Stowe or Mrs Beecher as both had authored period recipe books.  Mrs Stowe was more well known for her help books than she was for Uncle Toms Cabin.  Some people bought it thinking it was another help book.

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