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The Native American Cookbook Recipes From Native American Tribes

Author : G.W. Mullins
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"The Native American Cookbook Recipes From Native American Tribes," offers a large collection of recipes from and inspired by Native Americans. More than just a cookbook, it is a trip into history. The book seems like a personal journey for Mullins back his heritage as a Cherokee. This book offers time-proven favorites, inventive new ideas and contemporary twists on Native cuisine. Native American delicacies have shaped American culture as a whole. Today’s society owes much of what it has learned about food and the natural American resources to the early Native Americans. Included in this book are many recipes that cover a wide range of Native American cooking. Some recipes are tradition while others have been redeveloped over the years to include new ways of cooking and include new spices and ingredients. The recipes in this collection have been chosen in a way to stay true to the Native experience. The recipes in this collection include: Clover Tea, Pemmican, Spiced Winter Squash Butter, Sautéed Native Squash & Potatoes, Cherokee Succotash, Cherokee Fried Hominy, Dandelion Greens, Easy Corn Pudding, Three Sisters Stew, Apache Acorn Soup, Winter Squash Soup, Black Bean Soup, Seminole Pumpkin Soup, Indian Spice Cake, Native American Cinnamon Wild Rice Pudding , Rhubarb Pie, Cherokee Huckleberry Bread, Frying Pan (Blue) Bread , Rabbit Soup, Cured Venison, Buffalo Stew , Baked Quail With Mushrooms, Baked Trout , Bison Chili , Maple Salmon, Native Skillet Chicken and many, many more.

Consumption and the Literary Cookbook

Author : Roxanne Harde
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Consumption and the Literary Cookbook offers readers the first book-length study of literary cookbooks. Imagining the genre more broadly to include narratives laden with recipes, cookbooks based on cultural productions including films, plays, and television series, and cookbooks that reflected and/or shaped cultural and historical narratives, the contributors draw on the tools of literary and cultural studies to closely read a diverse corpus of cookbooks. By focusing on themes of consumption—gastronomical and rhetorical—the sixteen chapters utilize the recipes and the narratives surrounding them as lenses to study identity, society, history, and culture. The chapters in this book reflect the current popularity of foodie culture as they offer entertaining analyses of cookbooks, the stories they tell, and the stories told about them.

The Florida Cracker Cookbook

Author : Joy Sheffield Harris
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This Florida Book Awards Gold Medal-winner in the Cooking category celebrates the Sunshine State’s culinary heritage—from turtle soup to boiled peanuts. Though starting in one-story shacks in the piney woods of the Panhandle, Cracker cooking in Florida has evolved with our tastes and times and is now just as home in high-rise apartments along the glistening waterways. When supplies were limited and the workday arduous, black coffee with leftover cornbread might serve as breakfast. Today’s bounty and life’s relative ease bring mornings with lattes and biscotti, biscuits and sausage gravy. What’s on the plate has changed, but our heritage infuses who we are. As we follow the path laid out by gastronomic pioneers, this culinary quest, guided by sixth-generation Cracker Joy Sheffield Harris, will whet your appetite with recipes and sumptuous reflections. Pull up a chair and dig in.

The Early American Cookbook

Author : Kristie Lynn
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America The Cookbook

Author : Gabrielle Langholtz
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With 800 home-cooking recipes, America: The Cookbook is a celebration of the remarkable diversity of American food and food culture state by state. Features 50 essays and menus from a 'who's who' of 100 foremost food experts and chefs. America: The Cookbook is the first book to document comprehensively – and celebrate – the remarkable diversity of American cuisine and food culture. A thoroughly researched compendium of 800 home-cooking recipes for delicious and authentic American dishes, America: The Cookbook explores the country's myriad traditions and influences, regional favorites and melting-pot fusion – the culinary heritage of a nation, from appetizers to desserts and beyond. A unique state-by-state section features essays and menus from a 'who's who' of 100 foremost food experts and chefs.

The Christmas Cookie Cookbook

Author : Ann Pearlman
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The Christmas Cookie Cookbook is the perfect holiday present or year-round companion for new and seasoned bakers alike. Packed with tips, anecdotes, and tons of recipes, this cookbook is a must-have for anyone looking for a new holiday tradition or simply a fresh way to spread holiday cheer throughout the year. For almost twenty years, Ann Pearlman and a dozen of her friends have been in a Christmas Cookie Club founded by Marybeth Bayer. Every year at the same time, they gather at her house to exchange cookies, wine, and laughs. Now, with The Christmas Cookie Cookbook, Ann shows readers how to start a club of their own. The recipes and the inspiration are all here in one complete guide for cookie club hopefuls. With a diverse selection of not only Christmas cookies, but Chanukah and Ramadan cookies too, there’s a treat in here for everyone!

Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook

Author : Jack Larkin
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As the largest outdoor living history complex in the Northeast, Old Sturbridge Village has fostered the feel, and the flavors, of America's past for more than half a century. This third edition of the cherished The Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook—unique in presenting not only authentic mouthwatering recipes from the late-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, but also adaptations for cooking in modern kitchens—has been revised and updated with new information on early American foodways and tested, successful recipes for fireplace cooking. Learn how to preserve apples for year-round use, how salt-preserved meats were freshened, how Election Cake got its name, and how to select the best fish for dinner. With a range of delicious recipes from roasts and fricassees to pies and puddings, and with a beautiful, user-friendly new design, The Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook will be treasured by history buffs, cookbook collectors, and all food lovers with an interest in re-creating the best of early American cuisine.

The Complete Cook s Country TV Show Cookbook 15th Anniversary Edition Includes Season 15 Recipes

Author : America's Test Kitchen
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Hit the road with top-rated Cook's Country TV as it searches out the best American recipes and the cooks and locales that inspired them Discover a year's worth of new homegrown recipes from across the U.S., small-town America to the big city, along with their backstories and the chefs who inspired them. The Season 15 Anniversary Edition now has more than 550 recipes. Highlights include: • more new content from more new TV episodes • more On the Road location spotlights such as Mansura, Louisiana and Essex, Massachusetts • exciting twists on down-home favorites such as Stuffed Turkey Wings, Torn and Fried Potatoes, Wisconsin Butter Burgers, and Banana Pudding Pie. • updates on winning products featured on the TV show, including cast-iron skillets, inexpensive blenders, vanilla, and mustard.

Kentucky s Cookbook Heritage

Author : John van Willigen
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Food is a significant part of our daily lives and can be one of the most telling records of a time and place. Our meals -- from what we eat, to how we prepare it, to how we consume it -- illuminate our culture and history. As a result, cookbooks present a unique opportunity to analyze changing foodways and can yield surprising discoveries about society's tastes and priorities. In Kentucky's Cookbook Heritage, John van Willigen explores the state's history through its changing food culture, beginning with Lettice Bryan's The Kentucky Housewife (originally published in 1839). Considered one of the earliest regional cookbooks, The Kentucky Housewife includes pre--Civil War recipes intended for use by a household staff instead of an individual cook, along with instructions for serving the family. Van Willigen also shares the story of the original Aunt Jemima -- the advertising persona of Nancy Green, born in Montgomery County, Kentucky -- who was one of many African American voices in Kentucky culinary history. Kentucky's Cookbook Heritage is a journey through the history of the commonwealth, showcasing the shifting priorities and innovations of the times. Analyzing the historical importance of a wide range of publications, from the nonprofit and charity cookbooks that flourished at the end of the twentieth century to the contemporary cookbook that emphasizes local ingredients, van Willigen provides a valuable perspective on the state's social history.

The American Heritage Cookbook and Illustrated History of American Eating Drinking

Author : American Heritage Publishing Company
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Includes material on the Bartrams, Mark Twain, Catharine Beecher, Thomas Jefferson, Sylvester Graham, the Hartfords, Delmonico's, Fannie Farmer, and Diamond Jim Brady.