50 GRAND PICNICS: menus & recipes for the best picnic sites around the Bay Area. by Beverly Levine.
Matches each picnic site with a suggested menu from casual to elegant, including over 100 recipes, combining the beauty of the area with a wonderful meal. For instance, Angel Islands Wings, Coyote Hills Meat Pastries, Silverado Squatter's Tasty Meat Roll. Includes directrions for packing the picnic basket and a check list of items to bring. 12 photos, 184 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87701-189-3. 1982. Order #: CHRO3577 paper$6.95.
101 THINGS TO DO WITH A DUTCH OVEN. by Vernon Winterton.
Bring the outdoors in with incredible recipes for breads and rolls, soups and stews, main dishes and sides, as well as delicious deserts: Mountain Man Breakfast, Jalapeno Cheese Bread, Stuffed Flank Sterak, Cabbage Rolls, Smores Brownies, Caramel Apple Cobbler, and more! 120 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-1-58685-785-1. Order #: GISM1870 spiral binding$9.99.
AMERICAN INDIAN COOKING & HERB LORE. by J. Ed Sharpe and Thomas B. Underwood.
Legends, food & herb uses, recipes from many tribes. Includes legends of corn and game hunting, with notes on using vegetables and wild plants as well as Indian beverages. soups, and brotghs. there are chapters on Indian breads and on herbs and their uses. Most recipes do not alarm, but there is a yellowjacket soup in the book. 32 pages, illustrated..
Inventory = 15. ISBN: 0-935741-05-4. 1973. CHER6876 paper$6.00.
ARIZONA COOK BOOK.
A taste of the Old Southwest in over 350 authentic Arizona recipes:: sizzling Indian fry bread, prickly pear marmalade, sourdough biscuits, refried beans, beef jerky, empanaditas, albondigas, skillet bread, huevos rancheros, carrot ambrosia, cactus candy, hiker's bird seed, and more. 142 pages, index, spiral binding.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-914846-00-0. 1995. Order #: GOWE6228 spiral$5.95.
ARTHUR BLOOMFIELD'S GUIDE TO SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANTS. by Arhur Bloomfield.
AppraIses restaurants with star system, detailed comments on each dish, guide to late-hours eating, rates atmosphere and formality, where you can get what. Update pre-trip. 308 pages.
Inentory = 1. ISBN: 0-89174-023-6. 1979. Order #: COMS1072paper$2.95.
BEAUTIFOOD: looking better through nutrition.
by Karen Montgomery Rall.
Explains which foods are good for your body and why. Teaches how to determine nutritional and caloric needs and set up a meal plan to fill those needs. Snacks for health, diets for correct weight and a long list of dietiing tips are included. 170 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89087-307-0. 1981. Order #: CEAR3807 paper$6.95.
BETTY CROCKER'S NEW CHRISTMAS COOKBOOK: celebrate with fabulous food, enticing menus, and creative gifts. Betty Crocker Editors.
Holiday classic. Gives over 350 recipes for cookies, breads, candies, deserts, beverages, and more plus 21 complete menus with timetabls for Christmas dinners. Includes sectioh on homemade gifts and decorations to create personalized presents. 85 color photos, 20 illustrations, 320 large-format pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-671-79927-4. 1993. Order #: PRHA5336 cloth$18.00.
BEYOND THE STAFF OF LIFE: the wheatless-dairyless cookbook. by Kief Adler.
Fills the need for people allergic to wheat and/or dairy products. An authoritative and reliable guide to cookery based on nutritional knowledge, with a wealth of exotic recipes that are easy to prepare and healthful for everyone. 80 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87961-075-1. Order #: NAGR0933 paper$6.95.
BLONDE CHICANA BRIDE'S MEXICAN COOKBOOK. by Helen C. Keen.
The Gringo's guide to Mexican food from chile to coffee, from bread to beer. Recipes for enchiladas, sopapillas, huevos, pan, frijoles, guacamale, and more. Ideas for lowering the fat content of Mexican foods. Newer edition of earlier book by Duran. 61 pages, illustrated with historical engravings.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-86541-031-3. Order #: FILT3781 paper$5.95.
BLONDE CHICANA BRIDE'S MEXICAN COOKBOOK. by Helen C. Keen.
The Gringo's guide to Mexican food from chile to coffee, from bread to beer. Recipes for enchiladas, sopapillas, huevos, pan, frijoles, guacamale, and more. Ideas for lowering the fat content of Mexican foods. Newer edition of earlier book by Duran. 55 pages, illustrated with historical engravings.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 0-910584-96-6. Order #: FILT0457 paper$4.95.
by Pat Jester.
Over 200 tesed recipes to break your routine--from family style to elegant. Standard fare such as waffles but with some special twists, plust more creative instructions on making crab souffle amandine, chicken divan crepes, pina colada pancakes, zabaglione, reuben omelet, quiche lorraine, gazpacho, and much more. Color photos, 160 large-format pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN:0-89586-028-7. 1979. Cover bent with small tears. Order #: HPBO3834 paper$9.95.
CALIFORNIA DIET and exercise program. by Dr. Peter Wood.
A proven diet/exercise program designed for safety--with a balanced use of a variety of foods, eating more not less--by increasing your activity, sciehce-- with research supporting its premises, gradual-- understanding that impossible promises are just that, healthful-in helping ward off chronic diseases, permanent-- to develop habits that will last a lifetime, and enjoyable--by becoming healthier and happier by weighing less.
Inventory = 3. ISBN:0-89037-257-8. 1983 . Order #: MACM3329 paper$13.95.
CAMP COOKING 100 YEARS. The National
Museum of Forest History.
Recipes from Forest Service employees selected for use in campgrounds and on the trail--dutch oven cooking, sheepherder bread, biscuits, stews, beans, and more. Enlivened by stories of life in the outdoors and incidents with horses, on fires, campfire stories. 192 pages, with drawings and photos.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 978-1-58685-761-5. Order #: GISM1641 spiral$9.99.
COOKIN'. by Lane.
Recipes for camping with tips to make life easier, meals better. Drawings, 64 pages. Baxter Lane titles are suited for gift stores and souvenir shops in tourist areas.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: None. Order #: BALA9260 paper$3.95.
CAMPING-ON-THE-GO COOKERY. by Bradford Angier.
How to pack, fix, and cook delicious and nutritional meals anywhere, anytime. Photos, 156 pages.
Inventory = 8. ISBN: 0-8117-2156-6. 1983. Order #: STAC1409 paper$9.95.
CHEROKEE COOKLORE. by Mary Ulmer & Samuel E. Beck.
Using wild foods and herbs known to Cherokee Native Americans, gives recipes for bread, corn, beans, game dishes. Shows cook in action using early methods and tools, with tips on preparing corn and cooking.. Photos, 71 pages.
Inventory =3. ISBN: None. 1951. Order #: CHER7273 paper$5.95.
CITRUS: how to select, grow and enjoy. Ray.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-89586-076-7. Order #: HPBO3468 paper$9.95.
by Ceil Dyer.
Ways to make coffee and guide to coffee-makers. How to enjoy tantalizing coffee magic in over 200 delicious tested recipes for foods and beverages; almond mousse, barbecued spareribs, honey-nut muffins, mocha mix, walnut souffle roll, brazilian bombe, coffee fudge. More than a cup of coffee. Color photographs, 160 large-format pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89586-034-1. 1978. Order #: HPBO3837 paper$8.95.
COLONIAL HOLIDAY TREATS: special recipes. by Hutcraft.
Over 100 easy-to-make special Christmas recipes--old and new--good for the holidays and some for any time of year. A long-standing title, with recipes for egg nog, angel wing popovers, southern short'nin'bread, old timey raisin spice cake, sweet potato pie, apple leather, tipsy cake. Contents include 96 recipes and variations for beverages, breads, cakes, pies and pastries, cookies, candy, miscellaneous foods, preserves, and relishes. Yuletide sketches, 25 pages.
Inventory = 52. ISBN: None. 1971. Order #: HUTC0623 paper$3.95.
COLONIAL KITCHEN HERBS AND REMEDIES: garden and kitchen secrets from early America. by Ferne Shelton.
As the early ships from Europe landed along the Atlantic coast, colonists brought their cherished seeds and plants because of virtues attributed to them in Old World medicine and cooking. Many plants indicated their usefulness to health by some aspect such as color, texture, or shape and some were named for their uses, such as " heal-all", "heartsease", "liverwort", etc. Dandelion wine was thought good for a blood tonic and the liver and kidneys, honeysuckle tea helped coughs, chest issues and nerves being "good for twitches". Chapters include Beverages and Wines, Herbs in Cooking, Useful Weeds, Household Ointments and Salves, Early Tobacco Mixtures, Lucky Charms. There was also Mary's Magic Foot tonic "to maketh the feet nimble and pains go away." Recipes, sketch drawings, 24 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None. 1972. Order #: HUTC2832 paper$3.95.
COLONIAL TREASURE COOKBOOK: special time-tested recipes from early America. by Ferne Shelton.
Hardy settlers along the Atlantic coast brought their food customs and family recipes from many different lands. Colonists provided fruits, meats, vegetables, and learned to use native foods. There were herbs from fancy flavors, beverages, and remedies. The kitchen became the heart of every home. Try crystallized orange peels, southern mint julep, dandelion wine, hopping john New Year's Day good luck dish, Brunswick stew, scalloped oysters, grandmothers molasses cookies, rum tum pie, and many more. Drawings, 24 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1970. Order #: HUTC2835 paper$3.95.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF WOODBURNING STOVES.
by David Ivins.
Tells how to select the right stove and install it, maintain it, types of firewood to burn, stove safety, stove accessories. Discusses kinds of stoves: Franklin or airtight, downdraft, double-chamber, parlor, box, potbelly, barrel and more. Covers chimneys, flues, and other accessories. Woodburning stoves not only provide heat at similar or less cost but give ambiance to colder and wetter times as well. Illustrated, 158 pages, bibliography, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8069-8242-X. Order #: STER3230 paper$6.95.
THE COMPLETE DIET GUIDE FOR RUNNERS & OTHER ATHLETES. by Hal Higdon.
Tells all you need to know about the principles and practices of nutrition from athletic drinks and carbohydrate-loaders to vitamin supplements and vegetarians. Presents lessons in nutrition, athlete's protein needs, weight control, the drinking runner, and meals for athletes with a sample eating schedule for a week and dozens of recipes. Charts, 252 pages, index..
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89037-090-7. 1978. Covers lightly scuffed. Order #: MACM3333 paper$7.95.
COOKING THE WILD HARVEST. by J. Wayne Fears.
Over 250 kitchen-tested recipes--old-fashioned, contemporary, or exotic--for 27 kinds of game; venison, caribou, moose, elk, antelope, bear, buffalo, javelina, woodchuck, rabbit, squirrel, muskrat, coon, opossum, beaver, game birds, duck, goose, fish, turtle, crow, armadillo, frog, rattlesnake, squid, octopus. Includes proper field dressing and gathering of these animals to enhance taste and safe eating. 183 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-934802-14-9. 1984. Order #: ICSB1413 paper$12.95.
THE CONCH BOOK. by Dee Carstarphen.
All you ever wanted to know about the Queen Conch from gestation to gastronomy: Identification of kinds, history, biology, collecting, cooking. What the conch eats, how it travels, how predators threaten it and how it resists; the conch shell horn; conch pearls; conch fishery and harvesting; cleaning and cooking, with recipes. Written in non-technical style. Drawings, 80 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-9607544-0-7. Order #: BANY2190 paper$6.95.
CRAB CRACKERS GUIDE; how to catch 'em, cook 'em, clean 'em, & eat 'em. by A. Leland Parker.
Provides 53 delicious crab recipes (regular and microwave). Tells about traps and lures, keeping them alive, conservation gear, boiling and steaming, cleaning anatomy. Emphasizes the blue crab, commonly found along the Gulf coast in shallow water along the bays, estuaries, sounds, channels, and river mouths. Tell male from female. Briefly lists other crab species: ghost, fiddler, hermit, and porcelain. Drawings, 32 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-913953-00-8. 1981. Order #: SOCO1055 paper$3.95.
DEAR DAUGHTER COOKBOOK. Tucker.
Time-tested recipes of five generations handed down from and added to by mother and daughter for 100 years. 113p.
Inventory = 31. ISBN: 1-932427-00-7. Order #: ASCR0439 paper$5.50.
DIET IN SPORT. by Wilf Paish.
Useful for physical education students and any reader concerned with optimizing athletic performance and also directed at coaches, trainers, and managers of athletes competing at the highest level. Helps calculate energy expenditure, plan diets and special menus, and maximize the benefits of a scientific approach to sport training. Includes information on food supplements, hormones, energy systems, metabolism, ergogenic aids, and more. Photographs, charts, index, 96 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-7158-0658-0. 1979. Order #: EPPU3831 paper$6.95.
THE DIGEST BOOK OF OUTDOOR COOKING: the secrets of successful camp cookery--tools and techniques for tent camper, backpacker, RVer. by Charles & & Kathy Farmer.
Contents include water, campfire, stove, cleanup, dutch-oven cookery, cooking in the rain, super-market foods, cooking for survival, backpack foods, jerky, and more. Photographs, 96 large-format pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-695-81285-8.1979. Order #: DBIB0359 paper$3.95.
EASY RECIPES FOR COOKS ON VACATION. Tucker.
Over 200 choice recipes for camper or patio cooks, including game, fish, barbecues. 6 drawings, 68 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None. Order #: ASCR0440 paper$4.95.
EATING RIGHT: before, during, and after pregnancy. by Elizabeth M. Whelan.
A nutrition notebook for expectant and new mothers. How to have a baby and keep your figure, too. Features nutrition basics during pregnancy, areas of concern (alcohol, caffeine, and food additives), food cravings, after-pregnancy diet. 77 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-940212-10-2. 1982. Order #: MISC3619 paper$6.95.
FAVORITE MEXICAN COOKIN'. by Angelita Guerero.
Recipes for using tortillas, corn, chili, tomatoes, and beans in tangy tostadas, enchiladas, tacos, tamales, sopapilla, burritos, huevos, and more. Drawings, 64 pages. Baxter Lane titles are suited for gift stores and souvenir shops in tourist areas.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1972. Order #: BALA9277 paper$4.95.
A FISH FEAST.
by Charlotte Wright.
Transoceanic recipes that suggest substitutions that will convert each to suit the waters nearest you. Starts with how to select a fresh fish and includes the many ways of cooking. Find recipes Hawaiian, Pacific, and Atlantic that suggest fish substitutions for species nearer you. Recipes and cooking methods are included for parrot fish with sausage, black cod sukiyaki, southern deep-fried sauger, seafood lasagna, marinated eel, as well as less exotic fare. 199 pages, index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-914718-73-8. 1982. Order #: PASE3578 paper$6.95.
FISH ON THE GRILL. by Barbara Grunes and Phyllis Madgida.
More than 70 elegant, easy, and delectable recipes with chart of cooking times for fish types plus info on coals, grills, and techniques-for outdoor grill or indoor broilers. From selecting the grills to choosing charcoal, thorough discussions of all equipment and techniques. Charts of fish type give fat content, calories, flavor, and substitutions. Includes many recipes; blackened redfish, salmon fillets, scallops on peppers, orange whitefish, and more. Illustrated with drawings, 112 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8095-5033-0. Order #: CONT4428 paper$7.95.
FOOD FOR FITNESS. by Creig Hoyt, Otto Brucker, Ralph Bircher, George Sheehan, Ben Londeree, and Ian Jackson.
Sifts research and personal experience on foods as the body's fuel supply with topics that survey athlete's needs, the question of protein, food killers and killer foods regarding chemicals and foods that threaten health and vitality, vegetarian diets and athletes, and last suppers before competition to perform the best possible. Photographs, 144 pages, index.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-89037-053-2. 1975. Order #: MACM4054 paper$4.95.
FRONT RANGE RESTAURANTS: the 100 best. by Richard and Suzanne Fetter & Glenda Rapp and Hal Davidson.
Besides Denver. includes Santa Fe and Taos. Uses a 3-star rating system. Restaurants are in the center of the city or on backroads in the mountains. The 100 picked for this book were selected from nearly 250 to provide this companion for the discriminating diner. Update data pre-trip. 192 pages, indexes by alpha and by restaurant type.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-933472-46-3. 1980. Order #: JOHN0647 paper$7.95.
THE FRUCTOSE COOKBOOK.
How to cook with this natural, fruit sugar, sweetener. Illustrated, 128 pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 0-914788-53-1. Order #: GLPE0429 paper$5.95.
FRYING PANS WEST: cookbook...on food and drinks from the frontier. by Sam Arnold.
Reviewed as "a rare book with bona fide details of frontier cookery--well researched and personally tested." Frontier food and drinks gleaned from some 1600 books of the period, many served in Colorado's The Fort restaurant, replica of fur-trading post. Recipes from the Oregon Trail, Mormon migrations, Santa Fe Trail are included along with Native American and Mexican. Recipes for drinks are given, such as the non-alcoholic "switchel" to the potent "Bent's Fort Hailstorm". There are biscochitos, red flannel hash, sago-rhubarb pudding, pinole, carne asada, minted trout, capirotada, and more--over 80 historic recipes in all. Drawings, 72 pages, index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-914454-3X. 1985. Order #: ARNO0512 paper$6.95.
THE GOURMET WOODBURNER: prized recipes from a mountain guest ranch. by Frederica Peirce.
Recipes enjoyed by guests first at a ranch near Aspen, Colorado, and then the Selway Lodge in Idaho's Bitteroot Mountains. Over 250 recipes from Country Breakfast to Chicken Curry, including appetizers and deserts that have been prepared on a 50-year old woodburning stove at a site with no road access. 90 pages with drawings, the book is designed not only with a spiral bound spine but a cover that allows it to be placed at an angle for easy reference while cooking.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-87842-175-0. 1986. Order #: MOPR1018 paper$15.00.
GUS'S CABIN KITCHEN: healthy cooking inspired by Colorado's great outdoors. by Gus Mircos and Gennaro DeSantis.
Traditional recipes plus low-fat recipes for elk, deer, game birds, trout, chicken, and side dishes. Included are some 167 recipes for garlic potatoes, tiramisu, artichoke pasta, grilled polenta, baked goose, and much more. 168 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-86541-038-0. Order #: FILT7688 paper$15.95
HIGH ON THE HOG. Tucker.
Lickin' good eatin' hillbilly recipes--many rare such as living yeast, buttermilk pie, rose jar. 6 drawings, 48p.
Inventory = 32. ISBN: 1-932427-02-3. Order #: ASCR0438 paper$3.95.
HISTORIC COOKERY. by Fabiola C. Gilbert.
First appearing in 1931, Historic Cookery is an early cookbook of New Mexican foods from the author's family and villagers in northern New Mexico. Complete recipes for chile sauces, corn dishes, meats, cheese, eggs, and vegetables as well as salads, soups, breads, desserts, and beverages. 43 pages, drawings, index. perfect-bind spine.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-941270-99-1. Order #: GISM1833 paper$5.95.
IT WILL LIVE FOREVER: traditional Yosemite Indian acorn preparation. by Bev Ortiz.
Gathering, drying, storing, pounding, winnowing, sifting, leaching, and cooking--including Julia Parker's recipe. Historical photographs and modern ones that show Julia Parker in multiple steps preparing acorns for cooking. 158 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0930588-45-8. 1996. Order #: HEYD9707 paper$14.95.
HOMETOWN RECIPES. Tucker.
Favorite recipes sent to Ella Mae Tucker from her readers during 40 years of writing a recipe exchange column for the Springfield News and Leader of Springfield, MO. 68 pages.
Inventory = 12. ISBN: 1-932427-04-X. Order #: ASCR5634 39 paper$4.95.
HUNTING FOR THE POT, FISHING FOR THE PAN. by Byron W. Dalrymple.
Practical ways to hunt and fish for food to eat: Planning hunts for big game and birds, calibers and loads for meat hunting, field care, skinning and butchering, ethics. For fishing, includes fresh and saltwater species, eating unusual fish like suckers and carp, and even frogs, turtles, and mollusks. Photos, 338 pages, index.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-8117-0840-3. 1981. Order #: STAC1432 cloth$16.95.
JERKY MAKING FOR THE HOME, TRAIL, AND CAMPFIRE: easy, cheap, and yummy! by Brad Prowse.
Hikers, sport enthusiasts, homemakers, and kitchen buffs, will appreciate this easy-to-follow book on making dried meat snacks at a fraction of store-bought costs. 48 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-87961-247 4. Order #: NAGR1983 paper$7.95.
LET'S EAT: Ramona Pioneer Historical Society Cookbook. by Ramona Pioneer Historical Society
Recipes for main dishes and vegetables, salads and sauces, breads, deserts, and candies--some with a historical aspect such as weewish (acorn mush used by the Native Americans of California), oxtails bourgois, bean soup with hoe cake, green corn oysters, hominy grits, Yorkshire pudding from 1885, pink beans with ground venison, barbecued rabbit, Grandmother's soda biscuits, baked oranges, tipsy parson, zabaglioni, samang bars, lazy daisy cake, champagne julep.
Inventory = 23. ISBN: None. 1975. Order #: ACOM6001 paper$3.95.
THE MILITRY BACHELOR CHEF: a guide for getting started in the kitchen. Henry Lippincott.
Gives basic cooking techniques, equipment, presents ideas for flavorings, salads and rice, stock and sauces, soups, breads and desserts, and drinks and cheese. Presents ideas developed from necessity to avoid expensive restaurants, boring meals, and taking advantage of married friends. 64 pages, index.
Inventory=6. ISBN:0-910584-40-0. 1974. Order #: FILT0459 paper$4.95.
THE NEW WAY TO EAT.
Tells how to improve your health, overcome addictions, benefit from the miracle foods, determine which diet is best for your. 174 pages.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: 0-89087-263-5. Order #: CEAR3585 paper$6.95.
THE "NO DIET WAY" TO HEALTH, BEAUTY AND HAPPINESS: Nature's way cookbook.
by Joe Parkhill.
Stresses the value of the nutrient composition of natural foods. Author notes that most foods support life but not necessarily health. Promotes the value of honey as a preventive medicine, power supply for quick energy, and substitute for sugar which for some may have disadvantages. And promotes natural foods instead of junk foods. Also considers the importance of exercise in creating and maintaining health. Presents lots of recipes, many of which include honey such as honey mint sauce and chocolate honey ice cream, poppy seed dressing, and more. 164 pages, index, spiral binding..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1979. Order #: MISC3845 spiral$6.95.
NUTRITION ALMANAC: better life through better nutrition. Nutrition Search.
Covers nutrition and health, sources of calories, how nutrients function, herbs, food supplements, acid contents of foods, diet analysis, and more. 285 large-format pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 0-07-034848-0. Order #: MCGH3272paper$8.95.
NUTRITION ALMANAC COOKBOOK. by Johhn D. Kirschmann and Lavin J, Dunne of Nutrition Search.
A cookbook that takes the guesswork out of providing nutritious and well-balanced meals, with charts that show amounts of vitamins, minerals, calories, proteins, carbohydrates, and fats for each meal. Every menu supplies generous amounts of all nutrients with levels of 5 vitamins, 6 minerals, and other factors listed. Can help control weight by getting adequate nutrition with fewer calories. Recipes selected are less expensive and easier to prepare. 237 pages with charts, index.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 0-07-034846-4. Order #: MCGH3273 paper$8.95.
NUTRITION FOR A BETTER LIFE: a source book for the Eighties. by Nan Bronfen.
Contains findings in nutritional research and suggests ways to improve your health, lose weight, and live longer. Covers vitamins, fibers, minerals, fats and other lipids, smoking, exercising, proteins, carbohydrates. Illustrated, 240 pages, notes, references..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88496-152-4. 1980. Order #: CAPR3715 paper$8.95.
PIONEER COMFORTS AND KITCHEN REMEDIES: old-timey highland secrets from the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains. by Ferne Shelton.
America's first settlers were able from their Old World lives able to recognize and use many coastal plants. In the Appalachians they found great variety of plants some of which could be used for food, medicine, and comforts. Much has bee learned about medieval herb lore but the old-timey remedies listed here are neither suggested nor recommended. Chapters include beverages and wines, coughs and colds, aches and pains, miscellaneous miseries, perfumes, dyeing with natural colors, plants as insecticides, and lucky charms. Carrots were said to make strong eyes, horseradish was for dropsy, sage was good for loose teeth. Drawings, 24 pages.
Inventory = 10. ISBN: None. 1965. by Hutcraft. DAMAGED--1" x 1" of upper left corner of book (covers and all pages) is missing, but contents are intact. Order #: HUTC2834 paper$3.95.
PIONEER COOKBOOK: favorite campfire and kitchen recipes from early America. by Ferne Shelton.
Includes many traditional recipes made from roots, barks, leaves, and plants gathered from the woods--as well as meats such as rabbits, 'possums, birds, venison, bear, elk, etc.--depending on the skill of the gatherer or the luck of the hunter or fisher. There is blackberry nectar, locust beer, Indian pumpkin bread, hoarhound candy, long johns, roast duck, chuck wagon chops, fish cakes,, campfire corn roast, rhubarb pie, fisherman's muddle, homesteader;s beef stew--all arranged in categories of beverages and wines, breads, candy, cookies, desserts and puddings, meats, vegetables, pickles/preserves/relishes, pies and pastries, soups and stews. There are also wagon train remedies for foot corns, insect stings, sunburn, colic, and more. Drawings, 32 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. 1973. Order #: HUTC0625 paper$3.95.
PIZZA: theme and variations. by Rita Blinderman.
Gives brief history of pizza (from a preference brought back from Italy by G.I.s returning after World War II) and reviews the basics on ingredients, kneading, rising, shaping, baking, plus equipment needed. Includes 109 recipes for pizza dough, sauces, filling, and pizzas from Greek, Armenian, Chinese, and more. In all there are 86 basic recipes with 23 ways to vary them. Invites experimentation and inventiveness for cooks.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8289-03573. 1979. Order #: STGR3730 paper$4.95.
THE PROTEIN BOOK. by Don Cordy.
An authoritative guide to the selection of high quality proteins in both animal and vegetable foods--meats, dairy, seeds, wheat. Compares constituents of various foods. Illustrated, 96 pages, tables, drawings. Scuffed covers.
Inventory = 7; otherwise out of print. ISBN: 0-87961-044-1.Order #: NAGR4179 paper$6.95.
THE QUINTESSENTIAL CROISSANT.
by Pamella Z. Asquith.
Step-by-step directions and illustrations guide even novices into baking this flaky crescent-shaped treat. Gives history of origin of this treat, its traditional crescent shape coming from Budaudast in 1686 to commemorate bakers who warned of an invasion by Turks into tunnels under their ovens--and then became French. Gives recipe, making, shaping, and baking instructions and suggests variations with chocolate, fruit, cinnamon, and nuts, kippered cod. 64 pages
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89807-336-4. 1982. Order #: CEAR3808 paper$5.95.
RESTAURANTS OF SAN FRANCISCO: the definitive guide to the Bay Area's best. by Patricia Unterman & Stan Seeser.
Learn about 175 restaurants in the Bay Area and Northern California--great hot dogs; best pizza; most mouth-watering ice cream; Cuban, Vietnamese, Indian Russian restaurants to f21 nationalities. Restaurants are listed by location and by nationality. Gives the ten best and the ten best low-priced. Introduction gives insights on wine and French, Italian, Chinese, other Asian, and Latin restaurants plus some miscellaneous advice. Update pre-dining. 250 pages..
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89174-040-6. 1981. Order #: COMS3205 paper$4.95.
ROADFOOD/GOODFOOD: coast-to-coast restaurant guides.
by Jane & Michael Stern.
Arranged by region and states within. Foods typical of a region are listed at the start of each section, indexed to pages that specialize in those dishes. For instance, sample lobster in New England, Philadelphia cheese steak in you-know-where, sweet tater pie in the Deep South, Indian fry bread in the Southwest, basque dinner in the West, and more. Can serve as a guide to restaurants still around as indication that they are worth a stop. 561 pages, map, sectional indexes.
Inventory = 1.ISBN: 0-394-74396-2. 1986. Order #: RAHO7192 paper$12.95.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN CACHE: a Western wild game cookbook. by Sharon Duffala.
Wild fish and game cookbook especially for the western sports person that also has an historical aspect to understand how explorers and pioneers lived off the land: how to prepare game in the field, big game, small game, upland birds and waterfowl, and game fish. Covers butchering, lots of ways to use venison, filleting a fish, and many recipes--for crawdad tails, elk heart, pan-fried turtle, camp-roasted rattlesnake, jackrabbit deluxe, muskrat, and many more. Photographs, 80 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87108-630-1. 1982. Order #: PRUE1151 paper$5.95.
SAVOR COLORADO COOKBOOK--mountains and Western Slope.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-932098-07-0.Order #: WIAP6584 paper$24.95.
SEAFOOD: a connoisseur' guide and cookbook.
by Alan Davidson.
Species of seafood with 145 recipes from around the world along with an extensive presentation of each species. Covers not only the many kinds of fish (salmon, smelt, shad, grouper, sturgeon,eel, for instance), but also other animals that come from the sea such as crabs, urchins, scallops, shrimp, abalone, clam, oysters, octopus, and more. Includes alternatives to substitute available species for those in the recipes. Color illustrations, 208 large-format pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-671-78412-9. 1989. Order #: SISC4497 paper$20.00.
SHRIMP SHUCKER'S GUIDE; how to catch 'em, cook 'em, clean 'em,
eat 'em. by A. Leland Parker.
Describes the shrimp species we eat (brown, white, and pink) of the several hundred species, where they are caught, nature of commercial shrimping, catching your own when the season is right with trawling, seining, cast net, push net, or dip net. Then "taking care of your catch". Also tips on buying shrimp and cleaning raw shrimp, and shucking. Ends with 25 delicious shrimp recipes plus notes on sauces and marinades. Map, drawings, 36 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. Order #: SOCO1303 paper$3.95.
SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN COOK BOOK. by Ferne Shelton.
Over 175 old-timey Highland recipes and remedies from the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains: apple brown betty, gooseberry preserves, roasted quail, fried green apples, Smoky Mountain mystery cake, rhubarb nectar, corn pones, pickled d crab apples, and many more both unusual and more traditional. 32 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. 1964. Order #: HUTC0622 paper$3.95.
SOUTHWEST MEXICAN COOKBOOK: authentic recipes from the Southwest and Old Mexico. Tucker.
Cooking hints, spice info, dictionary of words used in Mexican cooking. 81 pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 1-932427-08-2. Order #: ASCR5635 paper$4.95.
STORE-CHEESE COOKING. by Beatrice Vaughan.
51 appetizing, old-timer recipes for main dishes, side dishes, snacks, sauces, and soups using store (cheddar) cheese. History of store cheese, how to use it, how to store it. Illustrated with engravings, 32 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1968.Order #: STGR3850 paper$1.95.
TRAILSIDE COOKING. by Rus Mohney.
Nearly 80 recipes using freeze-dried and supermarket ingredients, with cooking techniques and nutritional needs for summer and winter. Cooking equipment--stoves, pressure cookers, reflector oven, edible wild plants. Drawings, 176 little pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8117-2264-3. Order #: STAC1372 paper$5.95.
THE ULTIMATE SANDWICH BOOK with over 700 delicious sandwich creations.
by Louis de Gouy et. al.
A fully-indexed idea manual with step-by-step instructions for designing your own combinations--some ordinary, some unusual--rum tum ditty, caviar club, tongue, wallstreeet, sardine-and-egg. More than 700 recipes with instructions to make creations. Ideas for fine-tuning sandwiches with various kinds of mustards, mayonnaises, garnishes, seasoned and compounded butters. 160 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89741-164-4. 1982. Order #: RUNN3580 paper$6.95.
#VEGETABLES: how to select, grow and enjoy.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89586-106-2. Order #: HPBO3465 paper$12.95.
VITAMINS AND REMEDIES: a quick guide to supplements.
by Anne Stevens.
Presents 24 articles discussing vitamins and health, diet, "wonder foods", remedies for skin/hair/nails, digestive upsets, hints before surgery, the middle years, nerves, traveling, herb teas, mighty minerals. 24 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: None. 1974. Order #: HUTC0621 paper$3.95.
#WOOD STOVES: how to make and use them.
Thoughts on use of wood for cooking/heating and getting it, design elements, ovens, dampers, hotwater systems, list of manufacturers. Photos, diagrams, 204 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-88240-083-5. Order #: ALNO3167 paper$5.95.
WHEAT BELLY. by William Davis, M.D.
Lose the wheat, lose the weight, and find your path back to health. A provocative look at how eliminating wheat--even so-called healthy whole grain wheat--from our diets is the key to permanent weight loss and can provide relief from a broad spectrum of health and digestive problems. Author draws on clinical studies and practicing results to make this compelling case. 304 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-1-60961-154-5. 2011. Order #: RODA1054 cloth$25.99.
#BOOK OF CHOOSING AND ENJOYING WINE. Bone.
Starts with varieties of grapes, how to store wine, serving and tasting, wine regions, types of wine, complementing specific dishes with appropriate wines. Color illus., 96p.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-8069-9688-9.Order #: STER3275 paper$6.95.
EVERYBODY'S GUIDE TO GREAT WINES UNDER $5. by James Nelson.
Ratings and tasting notes on hundreds of wines. Judging wines--color, aroma, bouquet, essence, acidity, body, flavor, and more. Imported wines and domestic wines. Rating systems and a wine miscellany of notes and tidbits about grapes, how wines are made and making your own wines. Index of wines spanning pages 105-284. 311pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-07-046222-4. Order #: MISC3723 paper$6.95.
GREAT CHEAP WINES: a poorperson's guide.
by James Nelson.
Ratings and comments on hundreds of wines for less than $3; how to find them, score them, serve them. Lists and describes specific wines from many winemakers. 261 pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 0-07-046215-1. 1977. Order #: MCGH3612 paper$3.95.
#THE WINE BOOK. by Cooper.
Everything you need to know about choosing your next bottle of wine--how it is made, storing it, serving it, and enjoying it. Covers both U.S. and foreign wines, how to read wine labels, terminology. Color photos, 112 pages, large-format.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89586-131-3. Order #: HPBO3555 paper$9.95.
#WINETASTER'S SECRETS: the consumer's guide to wine tasting.
Inventory = 3.ISBN: 0-919157-14-90. Order #: MISC3276 paper$6.95.
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