List of Items in Lupton Cookbook Collection
300 years of Black cooking in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. St. Mary’s County Community Affairs Committee, c. 1983.
A new style show of wonderful eating: pancakes “unlimited.” United States: Aunt Jemima, 19–.
All American favorites: Brer Rabbit molasses recipes from Del Monte Kitchens. San Francisco: Del Monte, 1982.
TX819.M65 A45 1982
Aunt Jemima recipes. Saskatoon, Canada: The Quaker Oats Company, 194-?.
Aunt Jemima’s magical recipes: 61 exciting new ways to use Aunt Jemima pancake mix. Chicago, Ill.: Quaker Oats Co., 1954.
TX770.P34 A8 1954
Aunt Julia’s cook book. Esso Standard Oil Company of Pennsylvania, 193-?.
Best recipes ever from Union Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church. Olathe, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1991.
Black American celebrations and festivals cookbook. Denver: Frieda Carrol Communications, c. 1998.
Brer Rabbit’s modern recipes for modern living. New Orleans: Penick & Ford, Ltd., 194-?.
TX819.M65 B74 1940z
Brer Rabbit’s New Orleans molasses recipes: for delicious desserts, candies, beverages and other tasty foods. New Orleans: Penick & Ford, 1948.
TX819.M64 B7 1948
Cookin’ up the blues with Tabasco brand pepper sauce. Avery Island, La.: McIlhenny Co., 1993.
TX819.H66 C6 1993
Cooking for pleasure and health: how to fix traditional food with less fat. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin–Extension, Cooperative Extension Service, 1991.
Cooking with care: Shoots’ n Roots urban gardeners cookbook. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., c. 1984.
Cooking with Jo: family & friends. 1999.
Cooking with Tidewater’s own: from the pages of The Journal and Guide, the third oldest Black weekly in the United States. Norfolk, Va.: Guide Pub., c. 1987.
Cream of wheat: A dainty breakfast. Minneapolis.: Cream of Wheat Corp., 196-?.
TX809.W45 C74 1960z
Dallas Cowboys wives’ family cookbook and photo family album. Glenbury, Tex.: Happy Hill Farm Children’s Home, 1993.
Fisk club cookbook: receipts contributed by members of the club and friends. Nashville: Publishing House M.E. Church, 1912.
Four great Southern cooks. Atlanta, Ga: DuBose Pub., 1982, c. 1980.
How Brer Rabbit found his home: This book to my many friends. New Orleans: Penick & Ford, Ltd., 192-?.
Jambalaya!: A mixture of flavorful spices, soulful aroma, a splash of exotic colors…definitely black! Rochester, N.Y.: Impressive Images, 1994.
Kraft heritage of African-American cooking. Kraft General Foods, 1990.
Recipes from the soul: Traditions of African American cooking. Minneapolis: Betty Crocker/General Mills, 2004.
Slimmed down soul food: pork the other white meat. Des Moines: National Pork Board, 2001.
TX749.5.P67 S55 2001
Soul food classics. Danville, Ca.: Family Digest Publications, 1998.
Soul food cookbook: Recipes of the stars. Los Angeles.: 20th Century Fox Home entertainment, 2000.
Soul food for body and soul # 2. St. Louis, Missouri: Open Door Ministries, 1980z.
Soul vegetarian cookbook. Washington, D.C.: Communicators Press, c. 1992.
The Black gourmet cookbook: A unique collection of easy-to-prepare, appetizing, Black American, Creole, Caribbean and African cuisine. Westland, Mich.: Mademoiselles Noires, Inc., 1987.
The Dallas Alliance of Black Telecommunications Employees, Inc. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1997.
The Muslim cookbook. 1980.
The Phillip T. Johnson Senior Citizen Center Cookbook. Washington, D.C.: Phillip T. Johnson Senior Center, 1991.
The way mama cooked it. Richmond, Va.: Consumer Division, Reynolds Metals Company, 1981.
The Young Reynolds clan loves to cook cookbook. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press , 1984.
West End Homemaker’s Club. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1990.
What’s cooking at Piney Woods. Piney Woods, Miss.: Piney Woods Country Life School, 1991.
Abyssinian Baptist Church (New York, N.Y.), Women’s Day Committee. Culinary classics “plus”. Waseca, Minn.: Walter’s Publishing, 2001.
African American Heritage Group. Cookbook Committee. Our African American heritage cookbook: Old and new recipes from neighbors and friends in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1999.
African Methodist Episcopal Church, Cookbook Committee. Generations of cooking: A collection of recipes by the family of Turner Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church. Washington, D.C.: Cookbooks by Morris Press, 1998.
African Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth Episcopal District. Cooking with W.M.S. and friends. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1990.
African Womanhood Is Mine Tai Seti Historical Society Branch. Wholistic food: balancing the mind, body & spirit. Waseca, Minn.: Walter’s Cookbooks ; 1993.
African Methodist Episcopal Church, First Episcopal District. Cooking with the First Episcopal District African Methodist Episcopal Church. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1991.
African-American Heritage Center Committee. Heritage cookbook: A collection of recipes. Franklin, Ky.: African-American Heritage Center, 1998.
Aikens, Curtis G. A greengrocer’s guide to the harvest. Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers, c. 1991.
TX558.F7 A37 1991
Aikens, Curtis G. Curtis Aikens’ guide to the harvest. Atlanta: Peachtree, c. 1993.
TX558.F7 A37 1993
Aikens, Curtis G. Curtis cooks with heart & soul. New York: Hearst Books, c. 1995.
TX715.2.C34 A44 1995
Ali, Shahrazad. How not to eat pork, or, Life without the pig. Atlanta: Civilized Publications, 1985.
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church (Fort Worth Tex.). Home cookin’. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1996.
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Terre Haute, Ind.). The old time cook book. Kansas City, Kans.: Cookbook Publishers, c. 1976.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Omicron Lambda Omega Chapter (New Orleans, La.). Recipes. Waseca, Minn.: Walter’s Cookbooks, 199-.
Alton Museum of History & Art. Black pioneer cookbook. Alton, Ill.: Alton Museum of History & Art, Inc., 1989?.
TX715.2.M53 B52 1989
American Cancer Society. Capitol feasts. Washington, D.C.: American Cancer Society, 1982.
Amos, Wally, and Leroy Robinson. The Famous Amos story: The face that launched a thousand chips. Honolulu: Pacific Printers, c. 1986.
HD9058.C65 A46 1986
Angelou, Maya. Hallelujah! the welcome table: A lifetime of memories with recipes. New York: Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2007.
Apostolic Faith Home Assembly (Los Angeles, Calif.), Las Fidelas Matrons. Favorite recipes cookbook. Olathe, Kans.: Cookbook, Pub., 1989.
Arroyo Golf Club (Pasadena, Calif.), Ladies’ Auxiliary. Cooking with friends. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Pub., c. 1998.
Ascension Heritage Association (ASHA) Cooking our way: Black soul food. Donaldsonville, La.: Donaldsonville Newspapers, Inc., 1980.
Ashley, Alice. A hundred years of delights: An epicurean’s cookbook. New York: Carlton Press, 1984.
Ashley, Liza, and Carolyn Huber. Thirty years at the mansion: Recipes and recollections. Little Rock: August House, 1985.
Ashley, Liza, and Carolyn Huber. Thirty years at the mansion: Recipes and recollections. Little Rock: August House, 1993, c. 1985.
Association of Workers to Acquire Resources for Education (Port Royal, S.C.) Sharing family & friendship: generation to generation cookbook. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, c. 1995.
TX715.2.S68 S5370 1995
Avery Institute of Afro-American History and Culture. Treasured recipes. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Pub., 1984.
TX715.2.S68 T73 1984
Baer, Roberta Dale. I don’t be measuring that stuff: food and life in the College Hill Community. Tampa, Fla.: The Institute, c. 1994.
Bailey, Pearl. Pearl’s kitchen: An extraordinary cookbook. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1973.
Bailey, Pearl. Pearl’s kitchen: An extraordinary cookbook. New York: Pocket Books 1974, c. 1973.
Banks family. Our culinary heritage: favorite recipes from the Banks family. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1982 (1983 printing).
Banks-Payne, Ruby. Ruby’s low-fat soul food cookbook. Chicago: Contemporary Books, c. 1996.
Beckford, Ruth. A little of this…, and some of that.: Cooking with style. Ruth Beckford, 1983.
Bell family What’s cookin book # 2. Waverly, Iowa: G & R Publishing Co., 1984.
Bell family. What’s cooking with the Bells and friends. Waverly, Iowa: G & R Publishing Co., 1983.
Bell, Katharin. Mammy’s cook book. Los Angeles: Trade Print. Co., c. 1927.
Bernstein, Rebecca Sample, Jodi Evert, Susan Mahal, and Mark Salisbury. Addy’s cookbook: A peek at dining in the past with meals you can cook today.: The American girls collection. Middleton, Wis.: Pleasant Co., c. 1994.
Beta Pi Sigma Sorority. Bountiful pleasing & scrumptious dining. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., c. 1998.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.). The Bethel cookbook. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, c. 1993.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Perris, Calif.). Bethel’s best shared secrets. Waseca, Minn.: Walter’s Cookbooks, 1993.
Black Dallas Remembered. Family heritage cookbook: A collection of family recipes. Dallas: Black Dallas Remembered, 1998.
Black Families Association. Our favorite recipes. Olathe, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1988.
Black Heritage Festival of Louisiana, Cookbook Committee. Cooking from across the tracks: Featuring Black Louisiana chefs. Hartwell, Ga.: Calico Kitchen Press, 1991.
TX715.2.L68 B53 1991
Blanks, Louise T. Original soul food recipes. Newtonville, N.J.: ECO Enterprises, 1992.
Bowers, Lessie. Plantation recipes. New York: R. Speller, c. 1959.
Bowser, Pearl, and Joan Eckstein. A pinch of soul. New York: Avon 1970.
Brackin, Dorothy. Arkansas soul foods. 1969.
Bradley, Valerie Jo, and Canaan Baptist Church of Christ (New York, N.Y.). The soul of cooking: Traditional African-American recipes. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1998.
Brady, April A., and Barbara Knutson. Kwanzaa karamu: Cooking and crafts for a Kwanzaa feast. Minneapolis: Carolrhoda Books, c. 1995.
Brooks, Herman L., and Bessida Cauthorne White. Help yourself! There’s a God’s mighty plenty: A treasury of recipes from the Cauthorne & Brooks families. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Pub., 2000?.
Brown, Beverly J. Cookin’ with jazz. Richmond, Va.: Richmond Jazz Society, Incorporated, 1981.
Brown-White, Carneice. Africa’s gift to America. “the goober”. Denver, Co.: Eden Theatrical Workshop, 19–?.
Brown-White, Carneice. Pot likkin and the goober. Denver, Colo.: Eden Theatrical Workshop, 1989?.
TX803.P35 B76 1989
Brown-White, Carneice. Two hundred years of pot likkin. Denver, Colo.: Eden Theatrical Workshop, Family Action Center, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Service, 1976.
Bufford, Myrtle C. A book of favorite recipes. Leawood, Kans.: Circulation Service, c. 1992.
TX715.2.S68 B83 1992
Bullock, Tom, and D. J. Frienz. 173 pre-prohibition cocktails: potations so good they scandalized a president. Jenks, Okla.: Howling at the Moon Press, c2001.
Bullock, Tom, and D. J. Frienz. Classic cocktails: over 170 drinks from yesteryear that you can enjoy today. New York: Gramercy, 2002.
Burgess, Mary Keyes. Soul to soul: A soul food vegetarian cookbook. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Woodbridge Press Pub. Co., c. 1976.
Burke, Cathryn Boyd, and Susan P. Raia. Soul and traditional southern food practices, customs, and holidays.: Ethnic and regional food practices–a series. Chicago: American Dietetic Association ; Alexandria, Va.: Diabetes Information Service Center, c. 1995.
Burn, Billie. Stirrin’ the pots on Daufuskie. Hilton Head, S.C.: Impressions Printing Co., 1985.
Burns, LaMont. Down home southern cooking. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft, 1995.
Burns, LaMont. Down home southern cooking. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1987.
Burroughs, Margaret Taylor. Recipes from Africa. Chicago: DuSable Museum of African American History, c. 1993.
TX725.A4 R33 1993
Burton, Nathaniel, and Rudy Lombard. Creole feast: 15 master chefs of New Orleans reveal their secrets. New York: Random House, c. 1978.
Butler, Cleora. Cleora’s kitchens: The memoir of a cook & eight decades of great American food. Tulsa, Okla.: Council Oak Books, c. 1990.
C.A.M.P. Soul Food Dinner Committee. Soul food recipes. 1971
California African American Genealogical Society. Jus’ vittles. Los Angeles: The Society, 1994.
Calvary Baptist Church (Oakland, Caif.). What’s cookin’ at Calvary. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1986.
Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church (Denver, Colo.), Hopitality Club. A collection of recipes. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Pub., 1977.
Campbell, Tunis G. Never let people be kept waiting; a textbook on hotel management.: King reprints in hospitality history. Raleigh, N.C., D. E. King, 1973.
Carter, Danella. Down-home wholesome: 300 low-fat recipes from a new soul kitchen. New York: Dutton, c. 1995.
Carter, Danella. Down-home wholesome: 300 low-fat recipes from a new soul kitchen. New York: Plume, 1998.
Chambers, Melvett G. Soul cookin’ southern style. Denver, Colo.: M. Chambers, c. 1993.
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Of the people: An African American cooking experience. Detroit: Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, 1999.
Chase, Leah, and Johnny Rivers. Down home healthy: family recipes of Black American chefs.: NIH publication ;. Washington?: National Institute of Health, National Cancer Institute, c. 1993.
Chase, Leah. The Dooky Chase cookbook. Gretna: Pelican Pub. Co., 1990.
TX715.2.L68 C42 1990
Chisley family. Chisley’s delectables. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Pub., 1999.
Christian Victory Center. C.V.C. secret ingredients. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1994.
Christian, Emma Jane. Emma Jane’s souvenir cookbook: And some old Virginia recipes. Richmond, Va.: 1997 (1989).
TX715.2.S68 E46 1989
Ciccone, Diane. The heal thyself cookbook: A complete guide to natural living through vegetarian cooking and holistic juicing. Brooklyn, N.Y.: A & B Books, c. 1992.
Claiborne, Laura M. The Wallace and Pattie Robinson Ward famliy cookbook. 1994
Clark, Herman J. Uncle Herman’s soul food cookbook. Fresno, Calif.: Mid-Cal Publishers, 1983.
Clark, Patrick, and Charlie Trotter. Cooking with Patrick Clark: A tribute to the man and his cuisine. Berkeley, Calif.: Ten Speed Press, c. 1999.
Clarke, Timothy J. Cookbook, “Black kids can eat right too.”: Kids ages 5-12 years. Ohio: Ohio Commission on Minority Health: First Church of God, Outreach Ministry, 2001?.
Cook, Mamie. Cook Book “work and serve the home”: dedicated to the New Jersey State Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs. Ridgewood, N.J.: 1928.
Coolio [Artis Leon Ivey Jr.]. Cookin’ with Coolio: 5 star meals at a 1 star price. New York: Atria Paperback, 2009.
Copage, Eric V. Kwanzaa: An African-American celebration of culture and cooking. New York: Morrow, 1991.
Cotton, Ida. Mother Cotton’s goodies: Homestyle recipes. Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, 1993.
Council, Mildred. Mama Dip’s Kitchen. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c. 1999.
Cox, Jesse. The Wesley’s family reunion cookbook. Greenwich, Conn. New Wesely Cookbook, 2000?.
Crawford, Fred D. A Christmas cookbook from Williamsburg: Recipes. Williamsburg, Va.: Williamsburg Pub., c. 1980.
Cronenwett, Philip N., Kevin Osborn, and Samuel Allen Streit. Celebrating research: Rare and special collections from the membership of the Association of Research Libraries. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries, 2007.
Z675.R45 C45 2007
Daley, Rosie. In the kitchen with Rosie: Oprah’s favorite recipes. New York: A.A. Knopf: Distributed by Random House, 1994.
Darden, Norma Jean, and Carole Darden. Spoonbread and strawberry wine: Recipes and reminiscences of a family. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Press, 1978.
Darden, Norma Jean, and Carole Darden. Spoonbread and strawberry wine: Recipes and reminiscences of a family. New York: Doubleday, 1994.
Darden, Norma Jean, and Carole Darden. Spoonbread and strawberry wine: Recipes and reminiscences of a family. New York: Fawcett Crest, 1980, c. 1978.
Darden, Norma Jean, and Carole Darden. Spoonbread and strawberry wine: Recipes and reminiscences of a family. New York: Fawcett Crest, 1982, c. 1978.
Davis, Aldeen, Diana L. Wilson, Angela M. Terry, and Paul Thielman. Soul, food for thought. Muscatine, Iowa: Pip Copy Center, c. 1984.
Davis, Milton. Recipes. Waseca, Minn.: Walter’s Pub., 1996.
De Knight, Freda. A date with a dish, a cook book of American Negro recipes. New York: Hermitage Press, 1948.
De Knight, Freda. The Ebony cookbook: A date with a dish. New York: Pyramid Books, 1970, c. 1962.
De Knight, Freda. The Ebony cookbook: A date with a dish; a cookbook of American Negro recipes. Chicago: Johnson Pub. Co., 1962.
De Knight, Freda. The Ebony cookbook; a date with a dish. Chicago: Johnson Pub. Co., 1973.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Long Beach Alumnae Chapter. Diversity is Delta’s main dish. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Pub., 1995.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Delta Sigma Theta: Cooking in the big easy. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1998.
TX715.2.L68 D45 1998
Dickerson, Heidi Haughy. Soul and spice: African cooking in the Americas. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, c. 1995.
TX725.A35 C87 1995
Dietz, Frieda Meredith. De Virginia hambook. Richmond, Va.: 1946.
Dietz, Frieda Meredith. De Virginia hambook. Richmond, Va.: The Dietz Press, 1949.
Dixon, Ethel. Big mama’s old black pot recipes / recipes, illustrations by Ethel Dixon. Alexandria, La.: Stoke Gabriel Enterprises, c. 1987.
TX715.2.L68 B54 1987
Donaldson, Amelia, and St. John’s A.M.E. Church (Omaha, Neb.), Phyllis Wheatley W.M.S. Heavenly dishes. Collierville, Tenn.: Fundcraft Publishing, 1978.
TX715.2.M53 H43 1978
Doyle, A. Juneteenth food festival: A story ryhme with recipes. Denver, Colo.: Story Time Stories That Rhyme, c. 1993, 1998.
Dubnow, Merle. Cooking Wright! 1998
Dupuy, Chachie. Chachie Dupuy’s New Orleans home cooking. New York: Macmillan, c. 1985.
Dupuy, Chachie. Chachie’s New Orleans cooking. Olathe, Kans.: Kansas City Press, c. 1984.
Easter Hill United Methodist Church (Richmond, Calif.), United Methodist Women Our daily bread. Lenexa, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1996.
Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church (Fort Washington, Md.), Jewels Ministry. Jewels Ministry cookbook. Olathe, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1993.
Eighth Street Baptist Church (Newark, Del.) Soul food cookbook. Newark, Del.: 1998.
Eird, Hugh Emma. Special recipes of Hugh Emma Eird. Hartwell, Ga.: Calico Kitchen Press, 1998.
Elder, Rose. The golfer’s cook book. Washington, D.C.: C. 1977.
Elerby, Jimmie. May I have seconds please: From J.R.’s kitchen. Jacksonville, Fla.: Cookbook Publishers, Inc., 1997.
Elie, Lolis Eric, and Frank Stewart. Smokestack lightning: Adventures in the heart of barbecue country. New York: North Point Press, 1997, c. 1996.
TX840.B3 E44 1997
Elijah Muhammad and Fard Muhammed. How to eat to live, book no. 2. Chicago: Muhammad’s Temple of Islam No. 2 1972.
Elijah Muhammad. How to eat to live. Newport News, Va.: National Newport News and Commentator, c. 1967.
Elijah Muhammad. The Muslim recipe book: Recipes for Muslim girls training & general civilization class.: How to cook what you eat to live / Reda Faard Khalifah. Hampton, Va.: United Brothers Communication Systems, 1995.
Elliott, Melzie E. Saint Joseph’s A.M.E. Church favorite recipes and household hints. Durham, N.C.: Saint Joseph’s A.M.E. Church, 1982.
English, Karen, and Anna Rich. Just right stew. Honesdale, Pa.: Boyds Mills Press, 1998.
PS3555.N45 J87 1998
Erdosh, George. The African American kitchen: food for body and soul.: The library of African American arts and culture. New York: Rosen Pub. Group, 1999.
Estes, Rufus, and D. J. Frienz. Good things to eat, as suggested by Rufus: A collection of practical recipes for preparing meats, game, fowl, fish, puddings, pastries, etc. 1911. Jenks, Okla.: Howling at the Moon Press, c. 1999.
Evans, Louis. Louis Evans’ Creole cookbook. Gretna: Pelican Pub., 1991.
Federation of Women’s Clubs, Stokes-Parker District. Sweet tastes of soul. Stokes-Parker District Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1987.
Ferguson, Sheila. Soul food: Classic cuisine from the deep South. New York: Grove Press, 1993, c. 1989.
Ferguson, Sheila. Soul food: Classic cuisine from the deep South. New York: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1989.
First Corinthian Baptist Church (Philadelphia, Pa.). A book of favorite recipes. Leawood, Kans.: Circulation Service, 1993.
First Free Mission Baptist Church (New Orleans, La.) Cooking with grace: A collection of favorite recipes from the members and friends of First Free Mission Baptist Church. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, c. 1988.
TX715.2.L68 C66 1988
Fisher, Abby, and Karen Hess. What Mrs. Fisher knows about old southern cooking: soups, pickles, preserves, etc.: in facsimile with historical notes. 1881. Bedford, Mass.: Applewood Books, c. 1995.
TX715.2.S68 F535 1995
Fisher, Linda, and Andrew Marton. The muffin lady: muffins, cupcakes, and quickbreads for the happy soul. New York: ReganBooks, c. 1997.
TX770.M83 F57 1997
Foreman, George, and Cherie Calbom. George Foreman’s knock-out-the-fat barbecue and grilling cookbook. New York: Villard Books, c. 1996.
TX840.B3 F67 1996
Foreman, George, and Connie Merydith. George Foreman’s big George rotisserie cookbook. Cincinnati: Pascoe Pub., c. 1999.
Franklin, Cynthia. Fine spun cooking. Cynthia Franklin, 1991.
Friends of the Banneker-Douglass Museum. Banneker-Douglass Museum cook book. Leawood, Kans.: Circulation Service, 1985.
Friends of the Miami Dade Public Library System. Black heritage cookbook. Miami: Friends of the Miami-Dade Public Library System, 1983.
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church (Indianapolis, Ind.). Christian women’s delights. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1993.
Full Gospel Churches Int’l, Ladies. Country cookbook. Olathe, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1992.
Gaines, Fabiola, and Roniece Weaver. Healthy soul food cooking. Alexandria, Va.: Small Steps Press, 2007.
Gaines, Fabiola, and Roniece Weaver. The new soul food cookbook for people with diabetes. Alexandria, Va.: American Diabetes Association, 1999.
Gamma Phi Delta Sorority. The Golden heritage cookbook: Recipes submitted by Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. Members and Friends. Detroit: Gamma Phi Delta National Headquarters, 1994.
Gant, Bessie M. Bess Gant’s cook book: Over 600 original recipes. Culver City, Calif.: Murray & Gee, 1947.
Gardenhire, John Fouts. The Gardenhires’ Christmas cookbook: Recipes for festive use throughout the whole year. Oakland, Ca.: J.F. Gardenhire, 1991.
Garvin, G. Dining in. Des Moines: Meredith Books, c 2008.
Garvin, G. Make it super simple with G. Garvin. Des Moines: Meredith Books, c2008.
Garvin, G. Turn up the heat with G. Garvin. Des Moines: Meredith Books, c2006.
Gaskins, Ruth L. A good heart and a light hand. Alexandria, Va.: Fund for Alexandria, c. 1968.
Gaskins, Ruth L. A good heart and a light hand. New York: Simon and Schuster 1969, c. 1968.
Geraty, Virginia Mixson. Bittle en’ t’ing’: Gullah cooking with Maum Chrish’. Orangeburg, S.C.: Sandlapper Pub., c. 1992.
TX715.2.S68 G47 1992
Gibson Grove A.M.E. Zion Church (Bethesda, Md.) The 100th anniversity of The Gibson Grove A.M.E. Zion Church: one hundred years of witnessing for Christ on the Hill. Bethesda, Maryland: Gibson Grove A.M.E. Zion Church, 1998.
Gilchrist, Shelia, Nancy Mair, and Asha Praver. The Ananda cookbook: Easy-to-prepare recipes for the vegetarian gourmet. Nevada City, Calif.: Ananda Publications, 1985.
Glenn, Mary Nell Hollis, and Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.), Women’s Day Committee. Edibles from Ebenezer. Olathe, Kans.: Cookbook Pub., 1986.
Goins, John B. The American waiter: instructions in American and European plan service, banquet and private party work. Chicago: The Hotel Monthly Press, c. 1914.
Gordon, Billi. Billi Gordon’s You’ve had worse things in your mouth cookbook. San Francisco: West Graphics, c. 1985.
Gordon, Billi. Eat this book: The last diet book. San Francisco: West Graphics, c. 1987.
PN6231.D64 G67 1987
Grace M. Eaton Day Home. Grace M. Eaton 65th anniversary cookbook. Savannah, Tenn.: Keepsake Cookbooks, 1990.
Grant, Billie Arlene, and James H. Brown. Daddy Bruce Randolph: The Pied Piper of Denver. Aurora, Colo.: Accent Advantage, c. 1986.
Grant, Cissy Finley, and Lynne Cherry. I just quit stirrin’ when the tastin’s good: The Chalfonte hotel recipe collection. Cape May, N.J.: The Chalfonte Hotel, c. 1986.
Green, Claudia G. Little bit of soul: Preserving our Black Heritage. Kearney, Nebr.: Morris Press, 1994.
Gregory, Dick. Dick Gregory’s natural diet for folks who eat: Cookin’ with Mother Nature!. New York: Perennial Library, 1974, c. 1973.
Gregory, Dick. Dick Gregory’s natural diet for folks who eat; cookin’ with Mother Nature!. New York: Harper & Row 1973.
Guckelsberger, Marianne. Soul food: Die Ernährung von Schwarzen in den USA als Ausdruck ihrer Kultur.: Kulturanthropologische Studien ;. Hohenschäftlarn, Germany: K. Renner, 1982.
TX361.A27 G83 1982
Guion, Deirdre T. Grandma’s hands: The heart and soul of New Orleans cooking. Forestville, Md.: Cap Publ. & Literary Co., 1998.
TX715.2.L68 G844 1998
Gullatte, Mary Magee., and Hazel Oatis Magee. Grits and redeye gravy: Classic country cookin’ –a taste of culture, folklore and cures. Marietta, Ga.: M. Gullatte, 1994.
TX715.2.S68 G85 1994
Gulley, Carson. Seasoning secrets and favorite recipes of Carson Gulley. Madison, Wis.: Strauss Printing Co., 1956, c. 1949.
TX819.A1 G8 1956
Gulley, Carson. Seasoning secrets: herbs and spices. c. 1949.
TX819.H4 G84 1949
Gyles, Shirley. The Coloured Women’s Club millennium cookbook: A mélange of island and southern recipes. Montreal, Canada: Coloured Women’s Club of Montreal, 1999.
Hall, Bill. Bill Hall’s land and lakes cookbook. Nashville: B. Hall, 1993.
Harper, Timothy, and Garrett Oliver. The good beer book: Brewing and drinking quality ales and lagers. New York: Berkley Books, c. 1997.
Harrell, Benda J. Make you want to smack your…lips cookbook. Germantown, Md.: GRH Enterprises, Incorporated Publication, 2000.
Harris, Emma G. Choice recipes of cateresses and best cooks of the state. Billings, Mont.: , 19–.
Harris, Jessica B. A Kwanzaa keepsake: Celebrating the holiday with new traditions and feasts. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998, c. 1995.
Harris, Jessica B. Beyond gumbo: Creole fusion food from the Atlantic Rim. New York: Simon & Schuster, c. 2003.
TX716.A1 H373 2003
Harris, Jessica B. High on the hog: A culinary journey from Africa to America. New York: Bloomsbury, 2011.
Harris, Jessica B. Hot stuff: A cookbook in praise of the piquant. New York: Atheneum, 1985.
TX803.P46 H37 1985
Harris, Jessica B. Hot stuff: A cookbook in praise of the piquant. New York: Ballantine Books, 1986, c. 1985.
TX803.P46 H37 1986
Harris, Jessica B. Iron pots and wooden spoons: Africa’s gifts to New World cooking. New York: Ballantine Books, 1991, c. 1989.
Harris, Jessica B. Iron pots and wooden spoons: Africa’s gifts to New World cooking. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1999.
Harris, Jessica B. Rum drinks: 50 Caribbean cocktails, from Cuba libre to rum daisy. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, c2009.
Harris, Jessica B. Sky juice and flying fish: Traditional Caribbean cooking. New York: Simon & Schuster, c. 1991.
TX716.A1 H374 1991
Harris, Jessica B. Tasting Brazil: regional recipes and reminiscences. New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, c. 1992.
TX716.B6 H37 1992
Harris, Jessica B. The Africa cookbook: Tastes of a continent. New York: Simon & Schuster, c. 1998.
TX725.A1 H284 1998
Harris, Jessica B. The Martha’s Vineyard table. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, c2007.
TX715.2.N48 H37 2007
Harris, Jessica B. The welcome table: African-American heritage cooking. New York: Simon & Schuster, c. 1995.
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