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BRAILLE INSTITUTE
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                    11/99
FOREWORD




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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword................................................................................................... i

Introduction ............................................................................................. v

African-American Cooking ..................................................................... 1

American Cooking................................................................................ 1-4

Appetizers................................................................................................ 5

Brazilian Cooking.................................................................................... 5

Breads ...................................................................................................... 5

Cajun Cooking......................................................................................... 6

Canning and Freezing .............................................................................. 6

Caribbean Cooking ............................................................................... 6-7

Casseroles ................................................................................................ 7

Cooking for One or Two....................................................................... 7-8

Cooking for the Disabled...................................................................... 8-9

Crockery Cooking.................................................................................... 9

Culinary Hints..................................................................................... 9-10

Desserts.................................................................................................. 10


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Diabetic Cooking.............................................................................. 10-11

Dinner Party Recipes ............................................................................. 11

French Cooking ................................................................................ 11-13

Frypan Cooking ..................................................................................... 13

Gourmet Cooking ............................................................................. 13-14

Holiday Cooking............................................................................... 14-16

Hungarian Cooking................................................................................ 17

Indian Cooking ...................................................................................... 17

International Cooking ....................................................................... 17-18

Italian Cooking ...................................................................................... 18

Jewish Cooking................................................................................. 18-19

Low Cholesterol, Low Fat, Low Salt Cooking ................................. 19-21

Mexican Cooking ............................................................................. 21-22

Microwave Cooking ......................................................................... 22-24

Native American Cooking ..................................................................... 24

Natural Cooking ............................................................................... 24-26

Oriental Cooking ................................................................................... 26


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Poultry ................................................................................................... 27

Quick Meals...................................................................................... 27-28

Salads and Soups ................................................................................... 28

Vegetables ............................................................................................. 28

Vegetarian Meals .............................................................................. 29-30

Title Index......................................................................................... 31-41

Author Index..................................................................................... 42-51




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                        INTRODUCTION


Welcome to the world of cooking! This bibliography lists selected books
on tape and in braille on cooking.

Included in the bibliography are books on African-American, Jewish and
Oriental Cooking, Culinary Tips, and much more.

This bibliography is arranged by subject and there is a table of contents in
front of the bibliography and an author and title index in back. In
addition, at the end of the bibliography there is an order form from which
one can order books.

Enjoy making delicious meals throughout the year!




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AFRICAN-AMERICAN COOKING

Kwanzaa: An African-American Celebration of Culture and
Cooking
RC 34528
    By Eric V. Copage
    Kwanzaa is a week-long (December 26-January 1)
    African-American celebration of the "first fruits." The author
    has compiled a sourcebook for the observance. Included are
    selections from historical works, folklore, and biographies
    that illustrate the "Nguzo Saba" (seven principles of
    Kwanzaa,) interspersed with a host of recipes from the
    African diaspora.

Soul Food Cookbook
BR 01401
    By Bob Jeffries
    The more than 30 inexpensive recipes in this cookbook
    feature "soul food" based on the southern rural tradition.
    These substantial recipes include fried okra, black-eyed peas
    with ham hocks, pork chitterlings, and other characteristic
    foods.

AMERICAN COOKING

Betty Crocker's Cookbook
RC 26172
    By Betty Crocker
    Straightforward, easy-to-understand and tested
    recipes are featured in this sixth edition. It mirrors an

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     American lifestyle and includes a calorie count with every
     recipe, plus special chapter-by-chapter charts with
     computer-calculated nutrients. Bestseller. 1987.

The California Cookbook
BRB 10739
    By Jeanne Voltz
    The Food Editor of the Los Angeles Times, Jeanne Voltz,
    has selected a valuable collection of recipes for the best of
    California cooking.

The Dinah Shore Cookbook
RC 24946
    By Dinah Shore
    A tireless collector of recipes, the popular entertainer offers
    some five hundred recipes from professional chefs,
    accomplished friends, and obliging fans. A number are
    Chinese, Mexican, Italian, and Middle Eastern.

The Fannie Farmer Baking Book
RC 22241
    By Marion Cunningham
    A comprehensive baking book that includes eight hundred
    recipes for the novice and seasoned cooks.

The Fannie Farmer Cookbook
RC 20752
    By Fannie Merritt Farmer
    A classic work first published in 1896 includes a revised
    repertory of wonderful dishes and ways of good cooking in
    the best American tradition.

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Favorite American Regional Recipes
BRB 10744
    By Marian Coward Tracy, editor
    Best recipes from every region of the United States have
    been selected by newspaper food editors who actually live in
    each area.

Girl Scout Cookbook
RC 08042
     Over 150 recipes for appetizers, main dishes, vegetables,
     soups, sauces, breads, and desserts. For intermediate cooks
     of all ages.

The Great American Chili Book
RC 17469
    By Bill Bridges
    Everything you always wanted to know about chili plus more
    than one hundred different recipes.

The James Beard Cookbook
BR 01894
    By James Beard
    Designed for beginners and those who have trouble cooking,
    this book includes recipes elementary enough for the learner
    and stimulating enough for the more experienced.

Joy of Cooking
RC 09776
    By Irma von Starkloff Rombauer
    First published in 1931, this all-purpose, popular cookbook

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    includes a complete range of more than 4,500 recipes.
The Los Angeles Times California Cookbook
BRB 10894
    The Los Angeles Times food staff presents recipes that
    illustrate the rich diversity of California tastes. Recipes
    include Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern,
    French, Italian and other ethnic recipes.

The Ma Cuisine Cooking School Cookbook
CBB 738
    The great chefs of Southern California share their recipes
    with the world.

The New Pillsbury Family Cookbook
BR 02559
    Down-to-earth knowledge about food. Also recipes for
    every day and special occasions.

The White House Family Cookbook
RC 35379
    By Henry Haller
    The White House executive chef presents recipes for
    informal first-family gatherings and state occasions. Haller
    includes the Johnsons' Texas-style barbecued ribs, the
    poached egg and hash President Nixon requested for his
    farewell breakfast, the Fords' chocolate angel food cake, the
    Carters' fried fish with hush puppies, and President Reagan's
    favorite macaroni and cheese. Personal memories embellish
    text.



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APPETIZERS

The Joy of Pizza
CBB 601
    By Pamella Z. Asquith
    A professional cook helps even the beginner make pizzas of
    great distinction with step-by-step instructions for 150 kinds
    of pizzas and light, different doughs including sourdough,
    rye, cornmeal and mixed whole grain.

BRAZILIAN COOKING

The Art of Brazilian Cookery
CBB 938
    By Dolores Botafogo
    Over 300 savory and varied recipes fill this smorgasbord of
    authentic Brazilian cookery.

BREADS

The Bread Book; All About Bread and How to Make It
RC 07752
    By Carolyn Meyer
    Lively account of the history and traditions of bread. Mrs.
    Meyer describes the special breads of many countries and
    includes simple recipes for several kinds. For grades 4
    through adult.




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CAJUN COOKING

Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen
RC 22767
    By Paul Prudhomme
    Recipes from a New Orleans restaurateur who grew up
    Cajun, and cooks both country Cajun, and city Creole food.
    His recipes, many of which are incredibly rich, include
    Mirliton Pirogue Stuffed with Shrimp (or Crawfish)
    and Andouille Smoked Sausage with Tasso and Oyster
    Hollandaise. Bestseller. 1984.

CANNING AND FREEZING

Freezing & Canning Cookbook; Prized Recipes from the
Farms of America
    RC 08801
    Comprehensive guide to freezing, canning, and curing foods
    based on research findings of the U.S. Department of
    Agriculture. Includes recipes and tricks for saving time and
    work.

CARIBBEAN COOKING

The Flavors of the Caribbean and Latin America : A Personal
Collection of Recipes
BRB 10759
     By Alex D. Hawkes
     In the wide variety of recipes and cooking styles represented
     in this book, there are Old World techniques combined with


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     New World ingredients enhanced by the special flavors and
     spices of the native Indians.

CASSEROLES

Better Homes and Gardens Casserole Cook Book
BR 01573
     A revised edition that includes new recipes for casserole
     cookery, making it easy to entertain one's family or guests.

COOKING FOR ONE OR TWO

Cooking for One is Fun
RC 15723
    By Henry Lewis Creel
    Well-balanced collection of delectable dishes for the person
    who eats alone with easy to follow recipes requiring a
    minimum of preparation.

Woman's Day Cooking for One
RC 12878
    Recipes feature single-serving cuts of meat or fish, cooked
    with fresh vegetables or garnished in a single pan. There are
    also separate sections on soups, vegetables, salads, sauces,
    eggs, and pasta concoctions.

Woman's Day Cooking for Two
RC 11842
    These recipes developed and tested by "Woman's Day" meet
    a variety of needs and circumstances that arise when cooking
    for two. Many favorite dishes have been adapted for small

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    servings.

COOKING FOR THE DISABLED

The Braille Cookbook
BR 00639
    By Marjorie S. Hooper
    A work prepared especially to meet the needs of blind cooks.
    It contains not only a variety of recipes, but also purchasing
    and storage hints, including information on buying suitable
    cuts of meat and timetables for cooking.

Cooking Without Looking; Food Preparation Methods and
Techniques for Blind Homemakers
RC 11464 / BR 00622
    By Esther Clairie Tipps and Mae Knudson
    Methods and techniques developed through research at the
    Texas School for the Blind. In addition to recipes, the book
    gives the basic principles of meal planning, marketing, food
    preparation, table service, and food storage.

Mealtime Manual for People with Disabilities and the Aging
CBB 251
   By Judith Lannefeld Klinger
   This manual is designed to help homemakers with disabilities
   be as self-sufficient and productive as possible by teaching
   techniques to help them perform tasks more easily and make
   maximum use of their energies and abilities. Hints are
   included for those with complete or partial loss of vision.



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When the Cook Can't Look: A Cooking Handbook for the
Blind and Visually Handicapped
RC 17940
    By Ralph Read
    Voice indexed. The author, who became blind in adulthood,
    offers practical, safe, and easy cooking methods for sightless
    people, including how to measure ingredients, light the stove,
    chop onions, and serve and eat gracefully.

CROCKERY COOKING

Better Homes and Gardens Crockery Cooker Cook Book
BRB 10861
     Included in this crock pot cookbook are recipes for all day,
     slow cooking meals, main dishes, side dishes and desserts,
     part-day recipes, and recipes for entertaining and for a
     crowd.

Crockery Cookery
RC 12624 / BRB 10556
    By Mable Hoffman
    Describes the different crocks available and the advantages
    of each, including a variety of recipes adapted for a slow-
    cooking electric pot. The author emphasizes that this method
    of food preparation saves time, money, and energy and food
    can be left cooking all day without fear of being ruined or
    overcooked.

CULINARY HINTS

Suzanne's Cooking Secrets

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RC 18032
    By Suzanne Pierot
    A bounty of culinary hints, time-saving tips, and money-
    savers. Some of the helpful information explains how to
    make instant coffee taste like fresh perked, how to cook
    perfect pasta, and how to cut a pie into five pieces.

DESSERTS

Great Old-Fashioned American Desserts
RC 26870
    By Beatrice A. Ojakangas
    Old-time desserts with colorful names: cobbler, fool,
    pandowdy, slump, rolypoly, and berry tumble. Pies, cakes,
    and cookies round out this eclectic collection of historic
    favorites updated for modern kitchens.

DIABETIC COOKING

American Diabetes Association Holiday Cookbook
RC 25514
    By Betty Wedman
    Includes American Diabetes Association’s recipes for festive
    food low in sugar, fat, and salt. Recipes are arranged mainly
    by courses of a meal, including several chapters on desserts.

Diabetic Cooking From Around the World
RC 30204
    By Vilma Liacouras Chantiles
    A cookbook to add sparkle to the blandness of a restricted
    diet. While not an introduction to diabetic nutrition, the book

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    does incorporate the American Diabetes Association's
    exchange lists. Each recipe includes the estimated number of
    calories and nutrients per serving.

Oriental Cooking for the Diabetic
CBB 539
    By Dorothy Tompkins Revell
    Using the exchange system for the management of diabetic
    diets, the author has prepared a delicious collection of
    Oriental recipes: appetizers, breads, soups, vegetables, main
    dishes, desserts, and tempura cooking are included.

DINNER PARTY RECIPES

The Perfect Dinner Party Cookbook
RC 08698
    By Ceil Dyer
    How to plan, organize, and program dinner parties from
    cocktails to after dinner coffee. Includes complete menus,
    and recipes for appetizers, main courses, and desserts.

FRENCH COOKING

Everyday Cooking with Jacques Pepin
RC 19619
    By Jacques Pepin
    The master French chef, who appears on Public
    Broadcasting Stations, shares his recipes for the
    simple, satisfying food from his family's country
    kitchen. Pepin also shows how to create economical
    meals by transforming leftovers and how to become a

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    "recipeless" cook.

From Julia Child's Kitchen
RC 13729
    By Julia Child
    The well-known culinary artist shares her twenty-five years
    of accumulated experiences. Offers many new recipes that
    include everyday foods, making use of less expensive meat
    cuts and good earth produce, and some classic French dishes.

Le Cordon Bleu Classic French Cookbook
RC 42522 / BR 10577
    One hundred classic recipes to celebrate the cooking school's
    centenary. Includes first courses, such as vichyssoise; main
    courses, such as duck breasts with pistachios; and desserts,
    such as chocolate and Cointreau gateau. A section on
    techniques provides the beginner with the basics for
    becoming a successful cook.

Pierre Franey's Cooking in France
RC 44742
     By Pierre Franey
     A gastronomic tour of France, including interviews
     with farmers, food processors, vintners, and chefs in
     the various provinces. Discusses the culinary
     specialties and traditional cuisines of each region.
     Offers selected recipes. Companion book to the public
     television series of the same name.

Provencal Light
RC 41256

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     By Martha Rose Shulman
     Shulman's love affair with the Provencal area of
     France inspired her to adapt the region's traditional
     recipes to fit her low-fat standards. The diet of
     Provence is inherently healthy, consisting mainly of
     vegetables, grains, legumes, and fish, and the author
     provides more than two hundred recipes that she finds
     have adapted well to fat reduction.

FRYPAN COOKING

The Complete Electric Skillet-Frypan Cookbook
BR 01892
    By Roberta Ames
    Detailed techniques for cooking with the electric skillet.
    Recipes range from hot hors d'oeuvres to main dishes and
    fancy desserts.

The Quick and Easy Electric Skillet Cookbook
BR 01169
    By Ceil Dyer
    More than 200 tested recipes using the electric skillet--from
    breakfast and brunch to dinner and parties.

GOURMET COOKING

The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet
RC 16329
    By Pierre Franey
    Offers simple, elegant, quickly prepared dishes, most of them


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    as French as the author. Includes main dishes--meat, fish,
    poultry, eggs, pasta--and a recipe for a vegetable or starch to
    accompany them, along with occasional suggestions to
    complete the meal. Bestseller.

HOLIDAY COOKING

American Diabetes Association Holiday Cookbook
RC 25514
    By Betty Wedman
    Includes recipes for festive food low in sugar, fat, and
    salt. All conform to the American Diabetes
    Association's guidelines of no more than half a
    teaspoon of sugar per serving. Recipes are arranged
    mainly by courses of a meal, including several chapters
    on desserts. Each recipe includes full nutritional
    information.

America's Christmas Heritage
BR 01402
    By Ruth Cole Kainen
    The author concentrates on two aspects of the
    American Christmas: giving fine recipes for the
    various foods associated with the holiday and renewing
    ties with our forebearers by practicing the customs they
    brought from their homeland.

Beatrice Ojakangas' Great Holiday Baking Book
RC 42591
    By Beatrice A. Ojakangas
    Offers 250 recipes for savory and sweet baked treats to

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    make holidays more memorable. While many of the
    recipes are for Thanksgiving and Christmas, there are
    also some for Labor Day, April Fools' Day, and other
    celebrations, some obscure. Includes historical
    backgrounds for the various observances.

Entertaining with Regis & Kathie Lee: Year-Round Holiday
Recipes, Entertaining Tips, and Party Ideas
RC 41861
    By Regis Philbin
    In this companion volume to Cooking with Regis and
    Kathie Lee (RC 36382), the television duo offers hints
    and recipes for a year of entertaining--from New
    Year's brunch through Easter, Mother's Day, and the
    Fourth of July, right up to Thanksgiving and
    Christmas. Contributors include staff and family
    members, as well as celebrity chefs.

The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas
RC 34746 / BR 10534
    By Jeff Smith
    More than just a cookbook, this collection offers a
    celebration of Christmas--and for good measure Smith
    adds stories and recipes for Chanukah and dishes for
    some European Christmas Eve feasts. As he tells the
    Christmas story, Smith provides foods appropriate for
    members of the manger scene--milk and honey for
    Jesus, honey cake for the angels, and lamb meatballs
    for the three wise men. Holiday recipes follow.



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Holiday Treats
RC 21611
    By Esther Rudomin Hautzig
    A collection of easy-to-make recipes for sixteen holidays
    throughout the year, including Purim, Halloween, Mother's
    Day, St. Patrick's Day, Fourth of July, and Christmas. For
    grades 5-8 and older readers.

The Ideals Christmas Cookbook
CBB 510
    Christmas food favorites as well as new, exciting
    recipes and menus for Christmas dinner and a New
    Year's Eve buffet includes main dishes, appetizers and
    beverages, salads, vegetables, baking cookies, and
    desserts as well as gifts from the kitchen.

Kwanzaa: An African-American Celebration of Culture and
Cooking
RC 34528
    By Eric V. Copage
    Kwanzaa is a week-long (December 26-January 1)
    African-American celebration of the "first fruits." The
    author has compiled a sourcebook for the observance.
    Included are selections from historical works, folklore,
    and biographies that illustrate the "Nguzo Saba" (seven
    principles of Kwanzaa,) interspersed with a host of
    recipes from the African diaspora.




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HUNGARIAN COOKING

Hungarian Cooking
BRB 10880
   By Ruth Kershner
   A short but comprehensive cookbook with traditional
   Hungarian fare from soup to main dishes to desserts.

INDIAN COOKING

Classic Indian Cooking
BR 07262
    By Julie Sahni
    Recipes from India's Moghul cuisine, designed for the
    American kitchen. After an introduction to the cultural,
    religious, and geographical influences on Indian food, and a
    discussion of the principles of Indian cooking, the author
    provides step-by-step instructions for preparing a complete
    meal from appetizers, to desserts and beverages. Mail-order
    and shopping guide for Indian spices, utensils, and cooking
    tools included.

INTERNATIONAL COOKING

Quick Guide to the World's Most Famous Recipes
RC 16146
    By Robert Jay Misch
    A guide to some of the world's most famous recipes.
    Gazpacho, vichyssoise, bouillabaisse, oysters Rockefeller,
    paella, chicken paprika, sauerbraten, beef Stroganoff, cheese


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    fondue, and peche melba are among the many listed.

Weight Watchers New International Cookbook
RC 24480
    Collection of three hundred recipes representing the cuisines
    of over forty countries. Using the Weight Watchers slimming
    principles, the recipes include Granny Apple Potato Salad,
    Picadillo, Fukusa Zushi, and Pork Adobo. Each recipe lists
    per-serving counts for calories, protein, fats, carbohydrates,
    sodium, and cholesterol.

ITALIAN COOKING

The Art of Italian Cooking
BRB 10401
    By Maria Lo Pinto
    An expert presents easy recipes from antipasto, to main
    dishes to desserts for Italian fare.

JEWISH COOKING

The Art of Jewish Cooking
BRB 10384
    By Jennie Grossinger
    A collection of the best Jewish recipes from Grossinger's, the
    resort hotel operated by the author and her family for many
    years in the Catskill mountains.

The Best of Jewish Cooking
RC 08702
    By Phyllis Frucht, compiler

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     Includes menus and recipes for every holiday, traditional
     dishes associated with Jewish lore, and a wide selection of
     adapted international recipes.

Kosher Cuisine
RC 24382
    By Helen Nash
    Sophisticated international repertory of dishes acceptable to
    kosher kitchens. Includes helpful ways around dietary
    restrictions using substitutions and variations, such as
    margarine instead of butter and mousse made without cream
    to go with meat meals. The main body of recipes is followed
    by a short section of traditional Sabbath or holiday
    specialties with interesting ethnic touches.

LOW CHOLESTEROL, LOW FAT, LOW SALT
COOKING

The American Heart Association Cookbook
RC 13210
    By Ruth Eshleman
    Healthful, fat-controlled recipes--with meatless dishes--that
    limit cholesterol and specify approximate caloric value per
    serving.

Eat to Your Heart's Content; the Low Cholesterol Gourmet
Cookbook
BRB 10792
     By Kay Beauchamp Heiss
     The recipes in this book substitute polyunsaturated fats, so
     that the whole family can enjoy appetizing, gourmet meals

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    without increasing cholesterol levels and the risk of coronary
    heart disease.

Eat Well & Stay Well
RC 08752
    By Ancel Benjamin Keys
    Tells how diet affects the heart, arteries, and blood
    cholesterol. Saturated and unsaturated fats and modern
    reducing are clearly and simply explained. Many menus and
    recipes included.

Graham Kerr's Smart Cooking
RC 34720
    By Graham Kerr
    For twenty-six years, Kerr thought of food "only as it
    contributed to our sensual pleasure." Then his wife
    developed a heart condition, and he had to think of food in a
    new light. It was then that he developed his concept of
    "MINIMAX"--minimize risk, maximize flavor. Kerr presents
    100 healthful recipes, along with nutritional information for
    each dish.

In the Kitchen With Rosie: Oprah's Favorite Recipes
RC 38862
     By Rosie Daley
     When Oprah visited a spa several years ago, she was so
     impressed with the delicious food that she hired the cook,
     Daley, as her own chef. Daley shares the low-fat recipes she
     created for Oprah, such as un-fried chicken, paella,
     spinach fettucini with ginger chicken, and peach crepes.
     Bestseller.

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The Low Salt, Low Cholesterol Cookbook
BR 01906
    By Myra Waldo
    Contains 300 unusual and tasty recipes ranging from
    appetizers to desserts for people on limited salt and
    cholesterol diets.

Weight Watchers Program Cookbook
RC 08022
    By Jean Nidetch
    Fully detailed explanation of the successful dieting program
    used by millions of people all over the world. Includes
    recipes that follow the Weight Watchers nutritionally
    balanced menu plans.

MEXICAN COOKING

Authentic Mexican Cooking - Autentica cocina de Mejico
BRB 10581
    By Betty A. Blue
    Scores of recipes for unusual Mexican dishes as well as
    quick and easy preparation methods are given.

Cocina Hispano-Americana - American-Spanish Cook-Book.
RC 25722
    Presents 359 bilingual recipes of typical American and
    Spanish dishes, along with many cooking and household
    hints. The recipes cover soups, fish, eggs, vegetables, meats,
    poultry, stuffings, sauces and dressings, salads, bread,
    desserts, and candies. Bilingual text in Spanish and English.


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Flavors of Mexico: Authentic Recipes From South of the
Border
BRB 10875
    By Angeles De La Rosa
    This comprehensive Mexican cookbook has selections on
    ingredients, equipment and methods, mail order sources and
    an index to the recipe chapters on appetizers, soups, salads,
    eggs, tortillas, fish, bird, meat, vegetables, bean and rice,
    desserts, beverage and sauce dishes.

Mexico the Beautiful Cookbook: Authentic Recipes From the
Regions of Mexico
RC 34531
    By Susanna Palazuelos
    Over 200 authentic Mexican recipes illustrate Native
    American dishes with a Spanish influence. The recipes, from
    every Mexican state, range from traditional favorites, such as
    huevos rancheros, to regional dishes, such as cold chicken
    Guadalajara style, and a few innovations, such as cilantro
    soup.

MICROWAVE COOKING

The Art of Microwave Cooking
RC 20581
    By Thelma Pressman
    Explains how a microwave oven works and how you can use
    one creatively. Includes nearly 300 recipes that give clear
    instructions for innovative dishes from appetizers and soups
    through desserts and candies.


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The General Electric Microwave Guide & Cookbook: The
Only Complete Guide To Microwave Cooking, Containing
Step-By-Step Microlessons, Wide-Ranging And Easy-To-
Follow Recipes [And] Invaluable How-To Techniques
RC 14738
     In more than 440 simple recipes, GE editors establish that
     almost anything can be well prepared in a microwave oven:
     seafood, rare roasts, pasta, sauces, desserts, and beverages.

Madame Benoit's Microwave Cook Book
RC 13510
    By Jehane Benoit
    Practical, comprehensive work offers a complete range of
    techniques and recipes for use in the microwave oven.
    Includes chapters on basic features, utensils, meal planning,
    and timing, both in thawing and cooking.

Microwave Cookbook
RC 14510
    Edited by Sunset Books and Sunset Magazine
    Explains the mechanics of microwave cooking and its
    practical value. Provides recipes for appetizers, soups,
    meats, poultry, seafood, vegetables, and desserts.

Microwave Gourmet
RC 27142
    By Barbara Kafka
    After a brief introduction to the actual use of the machine,
    Kafka launches in spirited style into numbered-step recipes
    for fish, simple soups and stew, lightly cooked vegetable
    purees, and some surprising pates.

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The Microwave Oven Cookbook
RC 08580
    By Loyta Wooding
    Answers questions about microwave ovens and tells how
    foods cooked this way can taste and look just as good as
    conventionally cooked foods. Includes a section on freezer-
    to-table meals.

NATIVE AMERICAN COOKING

Hopi Cookery
CBB 1252
    By Juanita Tiger Kavena
    "Hopi Cookery" offers more than 100 authentic recipes based
    on Hopi staples of beans, corn, wheat, chiles, meat, gourds
    and native greens and fruits that make "fascinating culinary
    reading."

NATURAL COOKING

Living the Natural Life
RC 08716
    By Grace Firth
    Anecdotes from the author's growing-up days when her
    Missouri grandparents practiced the country way of living
    and when she taught native children in Seward, Alaska.
    Includes specific techniques for curing hams, bacon, moose,
    caribou, and canning, pickling, and home brew.



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The Natural Cook's First Book; a Natural Foods Cookbook
for Beginners
RC 09732
     By Carole Getzoff
     An introduction to natural foods offers a variety of simple
     and appealing recipes, including vegetable fried rice, whole
     wheat spaghetti with fresh clam sauce, simple salad, apple
     brown betty, and granola. For children in grades 4-7 with
     some adult supervision.

The Natural Snack Cookbook: 151 Good Things To Eat
RC 10873
    By Jill Pinkwater
    An inviting introduction to healthful foods includes creative
    recipes for cakes, breads, sandwiches, puddings, and candies
    made with natural ingredients. For junior and senior high
    readers.

The New York Times Natural Foods Cookbook
BRB 10558
    By Jean Hewitt, compiler
    This book includes over 700 recipes. The selection covers
    appetizers, soups, fish, meat and poultry, vegetarian main
    dishes, vegetables, salads, grains and cereals, baking, yogurt,
    desserts, baby foods and candy.

The Organic Living Book
RC 07719
    By Bernice Kohn Hunt
    Simple guide to ecological living in the city or country. The
    author includes tips for gardeners and recipes for such

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    natural foods as yogurt, bread, granola, and soup. For grades
    5-9.

ORIENTAL COOKING

Japanese Cooking
BRB 10829
    By Peter Martin
    The authors, who lived in Kyoto, Japan for years, have
    carefully translated and thoroughly described over 200
    recipes so that any American cook can now experience the
    pleasures of authentic Japanese cuisine.

The Modern Art of Chinese Cooking
RC 20140
    By Barbara Tropp
    A discussion of basic techniques precedes each
    mouthwatering recipe and leads the cook step
    by step through preparation, cooking, and presentation.

Oriental Cooking for the Diabetic
CBB 539
    By Dorothy Tompkins Revell
    Using the exchange system for the management of diabetic
    diets, the author has prepared a delicious collection of
    Oriental recipes: appetizers, breads, soups, vegetables, main
    dishes, desserts, and tempura cooking are included.

Pearl S. Buck's Oriental Cookbook
CBB 179
    By Pearl S. Buck

                                26
     Here is a sample of the infinite variety of Asian foods,
     representing what Asians themselves like to eat and also
     recipes that can be prepared easily in American kitchens.

Sunset Wok Cook Book
BRB 10877
    Instruction and recipes for Chinese wok cookery.

POULTRY

Family Circle Great Chicken Recipes
BRB 10785
   Here is almost every way to fix chicken you can think of:
   appetizers, pates and dips, soups, baked, broiled, fried and
   roasted, company chicken, dishes for one, diet recipes,
   leftovers, gravies, sauces, glazes and an index.

[Three Hundred Sixty-Five] Ways to Cook Chicken
RC 09216
    By Carl Lyren
    A complete guide to chicken in all its forms--rock cornish
    and stewing hens, broilers, fryers, roasters, and capons with
    recipes from the old to the new, the simple to the elegant.

QUICK MEALS

Keep It Simple! : 30-Minute Meals From Scratch
RC 17938
    By Marian Fox Burros
    Sixty meals that can be prepared in half an hour without
    using canned or packaged shortcuts, plus a chapter on simple

                                27
     but pleasing hors d'oeuvres and easy deserts. Each
     menu is accompanied by a shopping list and a list of staples
     to have on hand. Bestseller. 1981.

SALADS AND SOUPS

The Complete Soup Cookbook
BR 01322
    By Roy Ald
    A cookbook with hundreds of soup recipes ranging from
    familiar favorites to exotic delicacies.

Soups: 200 Delicious, Easy Recipes From Classic First
Courses to Hearty Meals
BRB 10848
    By Jeannette Seaver
    Here are 200 delicious, easy recipes, from classic first
    courses to hearty meals.

VEGETABLES

Better Homes and Gardens Vegetable Cook Book
BR 00836
     Explicit instructions for a variety of uses of 20 kinds of fresh
     or frozen vegetables. Includes soups and salads, general
     instructions for canning and freezing, and charts on
     seasoning, cooking, and nutritional values.




                                  28
VEGETARIAN MEALS

A Celebration of Vegetables: Menus for Festive Meat-Free
Dining
BRB 10790
    By Robert C. Ackart
    This is a vegetarian cookbook about the joyous preparation
    of vegetables and the infinite variety of ways in which they
    can provide an exciting and tasty meal in themselves.

Quick Vegetarian Pleasures
RC 35304
    By Jeanne Lemlin
    Grains, tofu, tempeh, and fresh vegetables are some of the
    ingredients in Lemlin's recipes for the short-on-time
    vegetarian cook. Dishes include eggplant caviar; tempeh
    heros; curried barley and mushroom soup; broccoli calzones;
    baby ravioli with cream, mushrooms, and peas; and tofu
    shish kebab with lemon-soy marinade.

Recipes for a Small Planet; the Art and Science of High
Protein Vegetarian Cookery
RC 08034
    By Ellen Buchman Ewald
    Offers recipes for healthy, high-protein, meatless cooking as
    a solution to the high prices of meat.




                                29
The Vegetarian Epicure
BRB 10876
    By Anna Thomas
    This vegetarian cookbook contains chapters on entertaining,
    menus, bread, soup, salads, vegetables, eggs, cheese, rice and
    other grains, pasta, curries and Indian recipes, and sweets.




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                             TITLE INDEX
American Diabetes Association Holiday ........................ 10, 14
    Cookbook
RC 25514
    By Betty Wedman
The American Heart Association........................................... 19
    Cookbook
RC 13210
    By Ruth Eshleman
America's Christmas Heritage............................................... 14
BR 01402
    By Ruth Cole Kainen
The Art of Brazilian Cookery .................................................. 5
CBB 938
    By Dolores Botafogo
The Art of Italian Cooking ..................................................... 18
BRB 10401
    By Maria Lo Pinto
The Art of Jewish Cooking..................................................... 18
BRB 10384
    By Jennie Grossinger
The Art of Microwave Cooking ............................................. 22
RC 20581
    By Thelma Pressman
Authentic Mexican Cooking-Autentica ................................ 21
    cocina de Mejico
BRB 10581
    By Betty A. Blue



                                         31
Beatrice Ojakangas' Great Holiday..................................14-15
     Baking Book
RC 42591
     By Beatrice A. Ojakangas
The Best of Jewish Cooking...............................................18-19
RC 08702
     By Phyllis Frucht, compiler
Better Homes and Gardens Casserole..................................... 7
     Cook Book
BR 01573
Better Homes and Gardens Crockery ..................................... 9
     Cooker Cook Book
BRB 10861
Better Homes and Gardens Vegetable .................................. 28
     Cook Book
BR 00836
Betty Crocker's Cookbook ....................................................1-2
RC 26172
     By Betty Crocker
The Braille Cookbook ............................................................... 8
BR 00639
     By Marjorie S. Hooper
The Bread Book; All About Bread and .................................. 5
     How to Make It
RC 07752
     By Carolyn Meyer
The California Cookbook ......................................................... 2
BRB 10739
     By Jeanne Voltz



                                           32
A Celebration of Vegetables: Menus .................................... 29
for Festive Meat-Free Dining
BRB 10790
     By Robert C. Ackart
Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana ........................................ 6
     Kitchen
RC 22767
     By Paul Prudhomme
Classic Indian Cooking ........................................................... 17
BR 07262
     By Julie Sahni
Cocina Hispano-Americana .................................................. 21
     American-Spanish Cook-Book
RC 25722
The Complete Electric Skillet-Frypan................................... 13
     Cookbook
BR 01892
     By Roberta Ames
The Complete Soup Cookbook............................................... 28
BR 01322
     By Roy Ald
Cooking for One is Fun............................................................. 7
RC 15723
     By Henry Lewis Creel
Cooking Without Looking; Food ............................................ 8
     .............. Preparation Methods and Techniques for Blind
     Homemakers
RC 11464 / BR 00622
     By Esther Clairie Tipps and Mae Knudson



                                          33
Crockery Cookery ..................................................................... 9
RC 12624 / BRB 10556
     By Mable Hoffman
Diabetic Cooking From Around the World.....................10-11
RC 30204
     By Vilma Liacouras Chantiles
The Dinah Shore Cookbook ..................................................... 2
RC 24946
     By Dinah Shore
Eat to Your Heart's Content; the Low ............................19-20
     Cholesterol Gourmet Cookbook
BRB 10792
     By Kay Beauchamp Heiss
Eat Well & Stay Well .............................................................. 20
RC 08752
     By Ancel Benjamin Keys
Entertaining with Regis & Kathie Lee: Year-Round Holiday
Recipes, Entertaining Tips, and Party Ideas ........................ 15
RC 41861
     By Regis Philbin
Everyday cooking with Jacques Pepin .............................11-12
RC 19619
     By Jacques Pepin
Family Circle Great Chicken Recipes ................................... 27
BRB 10785
The Fannie Farmer Baking Book ............................................ 2
RC 22241
     By Marion Cunningham
The Fannie Farmer Cookbook................................................. 2
RC 20752
     By Fannie Merritt Farmer

                                            34
Favorite American Regional Recipes ...................................... 3
BRB 10744
     By Marian Coward Tracy, editor
Flavors of the Caribbean and Latin America: A Personal
Collection of Recipes ..............................................................6-7
BRB 10759
     By Alex D. Hawkes
Flavors of Mexico: Authentic Recipes From South of the
Border....................................................................................... 22
BRB 10875
     By Angeles De La Rosa
Freezing & Canning Cookbook; Prized Recipes from the
Farms of America ..................................................................... 6
RC 08801
From Julia Child’s Kitchen.................................................... 12
RC 13729
     By Julia Child
The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas ......................... 15
RC 34746 / BR 10534
     By Jeff Smith
The General Electric Microwave Guide & Cookbook: The
Only Complete Guide To Microwave Cooking, Containing
Step-By-Step Microlessons, Wide-Ranging And Easy-To-
Follow Recipes [And] Invaluable
     How-To Techniques ........................................................ 23
RC 14738
Girl Scout Cookbook................................................................. 3
RC 08042
Graham Kerr's Smart Cooking ............................................. 20
RC 34720
     By Graham Kerr

                                                35
The Great American Chili Book .............................................. 3
RC 17469
     By Bill Bridges
Great Old-Fashioned American Desserts ............................. 10
RC 26870
     By Beatrice A. Ojakangas
Holiday Treats ......................................................................... 16
RC 21611
     By Esther Rudomin Hautzig
Hopi Cookery........................................................................... 24
CBB 1252
     By Juanita Tiger Kavena
Hungarian Cooking................................................................. 17
BRB 10880
     By Ruth Kershner
The Ideals Christmas Cookbook............................................ 16
CBB 510
In the Kitchen With Rosie: Oprah’s...................................... 20
     Favorite Recipes
RC 38862
     By Rosie Daley
The James Beard Cookbook..................................................... 3
BR 01894
     By James Beard
Japanese Cooking.................................................................... 26
BRB 10829
     By Peter Martin
Joy of Cooking ........................................................................... 3
RC 09776
     By Irma von Starkloff Rombauer


                                              36
The Joy of Pizza......................................................................... 5
CBB 601
    By Pamella Z. Asquith
Keep It Simple! : 30-Minute Meals...................................27-28
    From Scratch
RC 17938
    By Marian Fox Burros
Kosher Cuisine......................................................................... 19
RC 24382
    By Helen Nash
Kwanzaa: An African-American ....................................... 1, 16
    Celebration of Culture and Cooking
RC 34528
    By Eric V. Copage
Le Cordon Bleu Classic French cookbook............................ 12
RC 42522 / BR 10577
Living the Natural Life ........................................................... 24
RC 08716
    By Grace Firth
The Los Angeles Times California Cookbook ........................ 4
BRB 10894
The Low Salt, Low Cholesterol Cookbook ........................... 21
BR 01906
    By Myra Waldo
The Ma Cuisine Cooking School Cookbook ........................... 4
CBB 738
Madame Benoit's Microwave Cook Book............................. 23
RC 13510
    By Jehane Benoit



                                             37
Mealtime Manual for People with .......................................... 8
     Disabilities and the Aging
CBB 251
     By Judith Lannefeld Klinger
Mexico the Beautiful Cookbook: Authentic Recipes From the
Regions of Mexico.................................................................... 22
RC 34531
     By Susanna Palazuelos
Microwave Cookbook ............................................................. 23
RC 14510
Microwave Gourmet ............................................................... 23
RC 27142
     By Barbara Kafka
The Microwave Oven Cookbook ........................................... 24
RC 08580
     By Loyta Wooding
The Modern Art of Chinese Cooking .................................... 26
RC 20140
     By Barbara Tropp
The Natural Cook’s First Book; a Natural Foods Cookbook
for Beginners............................................................................ 25
RC 09732
     By Carole Getzoff
The Natural Snack Cookbook: 151 Good ............................ 25
     Things to Eat
RC 10873
     By Jill Pinkwater
The New Pillsbury Family Cookbook...................................... 4
BR 02559



                                              38
The New York Times Natural ............................................... 25
     Foods Cookbook
BRB 10558
     By Jean Hewitt, compiler
The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet ......................13-14
RC 16329
     By Pierre Franey
The Organic Living Book ..................................................25-26
RC 07719
     By Bernice Kohn Hunt
Oriental Cooking for the Diabetic ................................... 11, 26
CBB 539
     By Dorothy Tompkins Revell
Pearl S. Buck's Oriental Cookbook ..................................26-27
CBB 179
     By Pearl S. Buck
The Perfect Dinner Party Cookbook..................................... 11
RC 08698
     By Ceil Dyer
Pierre Franey’s Cooking in France ....................................... 12
RC 44742
     By Pierre Faney
Provencal Light ..................................................................12-13
RC 41256
     By Martha Rose Shulman
The Quick and Easy Electric ................................................. 13
     Skillet Cookbook
BR 01169
     By Ceil Dyer



                                           39
Quick Guide to the World's Most ....................................17-18
    Famous Recipes
RC 16146
    By Robert Jay Misch
Quick Vegetarian Pleasures ................................................... 29
RC 35304
    By Jeanne Lemlin
Recipes for a Small Planet; the Art and Science of High
Protein Vegetarian Cookery................................................... 29
RC 08034
    By Ellen Buchman Ewald
Soul Food Cookbook ................................................................. 1
BR 01401
    By Bob Jeffries
Soups: 200 Delicious, Easy Recipes From Classic First
Courses to Hearty Meals......................................................... 28
BRB 10848
    By Jeannette Seaver
Sunset Wok Cook Book .......................................................... 27
BRB 10877
Suzanne's Cooking Secrets ..................................................9-10
RC 18032
    By Suzanne Pierot
[Three Hundred Sixty-Five] Ways to ................................... 27
    Cook Chicken
RC 09216
    By Carl Lyren
The Vegetarian Epicure.......................................................... 30
BRB 10876
    By Anna Thomas


                                           40
Weight Watchers New International..................................... 18
    Cookbook
RC 24480
Weight Watchers Program Cookbook .................................. 21
RC 08022
    By Jean Nidetch
When the Cook Can't Look: A Cooking Handbook for the
Blind and Visually Handicapped ............................................. 9
RC 17940
    By Ralph Read
The White House Family Cookbook........................................ 4
RC 35379
Woman’s Day Cooking for One............................................... 7
RC 12878
Woman’s day Cooking for Two ............................................7-8
RC 11842




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                                  AUTHOR INDEX

Ackart, Robert C. .................................................................... 29
     A Celebration of Vegetables: Menus for Festive
     Meat-Free Dining
     BRB 10790
Ald, Roy.................................................................................... 28
     The Complete Soup Cookbook
     BR 01322
Ames, Roberta ......................................................................... 13
     The Complete Electric Skillet-Frypan Cookbook
     BR 01892
Asquith, Pamella Z.................................................................... 5
     The Joy of Pizza
     CBB 601
Beard, James.............................................................................. 3
     The James Beard Cookbook
     BR 01894
Benoit, Jehane.......................................................................... 23
     Madame Benoit's Microwave Cook Book
     RC 13510
Better Homes and Gardens Casserole..................................... 7
     Cook Book
     BR 01573
Better Homes and Gardens Crockery .................................... 9
     Cooker Cook Book
BRB 10861
Better Homes and Gardens ................................................... 28
     Vegetable Cook Book
BR 00836

                                               42
Blue, Betty A. ........................................................................... 21
    Authentic Mexican Cooking-Autentica cocina de Mejico
    BRB 10581
Botafogo, Dolores ...................................................................... 5
    The Art of Brazilian Cookery
    CBB 938
Bridges, Bill................................................................................ 3
    The Great American Chili Book
    RC 17469
Buck, Pearl S.......................................................................26-27
    Pearl S. Buck's Oriental Cookbook
    CBB 179
Burros, Marian Fox............................................................27-28
    Keep It Simple! : 30-Minute Meals From Scratch
    RC 17938
Chantiles, Vilma Liacouras ...............................................10-11
    Diabetic Cooking From Around the World
    RC 30204
Child, Julia............................................................................... 12
    From Julia Child’s Kitchen
    RC 13729
Cocina Hispano-Americana .................................................. 21
American-Spanish Cook-Book
RC 25722
Copage, Eric V..................................................................... 1, 16
    Kwanzaa: An African-American Celebration
    of Culture and Cooking
    RC 34528
Creel, Henry Lewis.................................................................... 7
    Cooking for One is Fun
    RC 15723

                                               43
Crocker, Betty.........................................................................1-2
    Betty Crocker's Cookbook
    RC 26172
Cunningham, Marion................................................................ 2
    The Fannie Farmer Baking Book
    RC 22241
Daley, Rosie.............................................................................. 20
    In the Kitchen With Rosie: Oprah’s Favorite Recipes
    RC 38862
Dyer, Ceil.................................................................................. 13
    The Quick and Easy Electric Skillet Cookbook
    BR 01169
Dyer, Ceil.................................................................................. 11
    The Perfect Dinner Party Cookbook
    RC 08698
Eshleman, Ruth ....................................................................... 19
    The American Heart Association Cookbook
    RC 13210
Ewald, Ellen Buchman............................................................ 29
    Recipes for a Small Planet; the Art and Science of High
    Protein Vegetarian Cookery
    RC 08034
Family Circle Great Chicken Recipes ................................... 27
    BRB 10785
Faney, Pierre............................................................................ 12
    Pierre Franey’s Cooking in France
    RC 44742
Farmer, Fannie Merritt ............................................................ 2
    The Fannie Farmer Cookbook
    RC 20752


                                               44
Firth, Grace.............................................................................. 24
     Living the Natural Life
     RC 08716
Franey, Pierre .....................................................................13-14
     The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet
     RC 16329
Freezing & Canning Cookbook: Prized Recipes from the
Farms of America...................................................................... 6
     RC 08801
Frucht, Phyllis, compiler ...................................................18-19
     The Best of Jewish Cooking
     RC 08702
The General Electric Microwave Guide & Cookbook: The
Only Complete Guide To Microwave Cooking, Containing
Step-By-Step Microlessons, Wide-Ranging And Easy-To-
Follow Recipes [And] Invaluable
     How-To Techniques ........................................................ 23
     RC 14738
Getzoff, Carole......................................................................... 25
      The Natural Cook’s First Book; a Natural Foods Cookbook
     for Beginners
     RC 09732
Girl Scout Cookbook................................................................. 3
     RC 08042
Grossinger, Jennie................................................................... 18
     The Art of Jewish Cooking
     BRB 10384
Hautzig, Esther Rudomin ....................................................... 16
     Holiday Treats
     RC 21611


                                              45
Hawkes, Alex D.......................................................................6-7
     .....Flavors of the Caribbean and Latin America: A Personal
     Collection of Recipes
     BRB 10759
Heiss, Kay Beauchamp ......................................................19-20
     Eat to Your Heart's Content; the Low Cholesterol
     Gourmet Cookbook
     BRB 10792
Hewitt, Jean, compiler ............................................................ 25
     The New York Times Natural Foods Cookbook
     BRB 10558
Hoffman, Mable......................................................................... 9
     Crockery Cookery
     RC 12624 / BRB 10556
Hooper, Marjorie S. .................................................................. 8
     The Braille Cookbook
     BR 00639
Hunt, Bernice Kohn ...........................................................25-26
     The Organic Living Book
     RC 07719
The Ideals Christmas Cookbook............................................ 16
     CBB 510
Jeffries, Bob ............................................................................... 1
     Soul Food Cookbook
     BR 01401
Kafka, Barbara........................................................................ 23
     Microwave Gourmet
     RC 27142
Kainen, Ruth Cole .................................................................. 14
     America's Christmas Heritage
     BR 01402

                                               46
Kavena, Juanita Tiger............................................................. 24
    Hopi Cookery
    CBB 1252
Kerr, Graham .......................................................................... 20
    Graham Kerr's Smart Cooking
    RC 34720
Kershner, Ruth ........................................................................ 17
    Hungarian Cooking
    BRB 10880
Keys, Ancel Benjamin ............................................................. 20
    Eat Well & Stay Well
    RC 08752
Klinger, Judith Lannefeld ........................................................ 8
    Mealtime Manual for People with Disabilities and the
    Aging
    CBB 251
Le Cordon Bleu Classic French Cookbook........................... 12
    RC 42522 / BR 10577
Lemlin, Jeanne......................................................................... 29
    Quick Vegetarian Pleasures
    RC 35304
The Los Angeles Times California........................................... 4
    Cookbook
    BRB 10894
Lyren, Carl............................................................................... 27
    [Three Hundred Sixty-Five] Ways to Cook Chicken
    RC 09216
The Ma Cuisine Cooking School Cookbook ........................... 4
CBB 738



                                              47
Martin, Peter............................................................................ 26
    Japanese Cooking
    BRB 10829
Meyer, Carolyn.......................................................................... 5
    The Bread Book; All About Bread and How to Make It
    RC 07752
Microwave Cookbook ............................................................. 23
    RC 14510
Misch, Robert Jay ..............................................................17-18
    Quick Guide to the World's Most Famous Recipes
    RC 16146
Nash, Helen .............................................................................. 19
    Kosher Cuisine
    RC 24382
The New Pillsbury Family Cookbook...................................... 4
    BR 02559
Nidetch, Jean............................................................................ 21
    Weight Watchers Program Cookbook
    RC 08022
Ojakangas, Beatrice A. ....................................................14-15
    Beatrice Ojakangas' Great Holiday Baking Book
    RC 42591
Ojakangas, Beatrice A. ........................................................... 10
    Great Old-Fashioned American Desserts
    RC 26870
Palazuelos, Susanna ................................................................ 22
    Mexico the Beautiful Cookbook: Authentic Recipes From
    the Regions of Mexico
    RC 34531



                                              48
Pepin, Jacques.....................................................................11-12
    Everyday cooking with Jacques Pepin
    RC 19619
Philbin, Regis .......................................................................... 15
    Entertaining with Regis & Kathie Lee: Year-Round
    Holiday Recipes, Entertaining Tips, and Party Ideas
    RC 41861
Pierot, Suzanne .....................................................................9-10
    Suzanne's Cooking Secrets
    RC 18032
Pinkwater, Jill.......................................................................... 25
    The Natural Snack Cookbook: 151 Good Things to Eat
    RC 10873
Pinto, Maria Lo ....................................................................... 18
    The Art of Italian Cooking
    BRB 10401
Pressman, Thelma ................................................................... 22
    The Art of Microwave Cooking
    RC 20581
Prudhomme, Paul...................................................................... 6
    Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen
    RC 22767
Read, Ralph................................................................................ 9
    When the Cook Can't Look: A Cooking Handbook for
    the Blind and Visually Handicapped
    RC 17940
Revell, Dorothy Tompkins................................................ 11, 26
    Oriental Cooking for the Diabetic
    CBB 539



                                              49
Rombauer, Irma Von Starkloff................................................ 3
    Joy of Cooking
    RC 09776
Rosa, Angeles De La................................................................ 22
    Flavors of Mexico: Authentic Recipes From South of the
    Border
    BRB 10875
Sahni, Julie .............................................................................. 17
    Classic Indian Cooking
    BR 07262
Seaver, Jeannette..................................................................... 28
    Soups: 200 Delicious, Easy Recipes From Classic First
    Courses to Hearty Meals
    BRB 10848
Shore, Dinah .............................................................................. 2
    The Dinah Shore Cookbook
    RC 24946
Shulman, Martha Rose ......................................................12-13
    Provencal Light
    RC 41256
Smith, Jeff ................................................................................ 15
    The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas
    RC 34746 / BR 10534
Sunset Wok Cook Book .......................................................... 27
    BRB 10877
Thomas, Anna.......................................................................... 30
    The Vegetarian Epicure
    BRB 10876




                                               50
Tipps, Esther Clairie and Knudson, Mae ............................... 8
    Cooking Withouth Looking; Food Preparation Methods
    and Techniques for Blind Homemakers
    RC 11464 / BR 00622
Tracy, Marian Coward, editor................................................. 3
    Favorite American Regional Recipes
    BRB 10744
Tropp, Barbara........................................................................ 26
    The Modern Art of Chinese Cooking
    RC 20140
Voltz, Jeanne.............................................................................. 2
    The California Cookbook
    BRB 10739
Waldo, Myra ............................................................................ 21
    The Low Salt, Low Cholesterol Cookbook
    BR 01906
Wedman, Betty ................................................................. 10, 14
    American Diabetes Association Holiday Cookbook
    RC 25514
Weight Watchers New International .................................... 18
    Cookbook
    RC 24480
The White House Family Cookbook........................................ 4
    RC 35379
Woman’s Day Cooking for One............................................... 7
    RC 12878
Woman’s Day Cooking for Two ...........................................7-8
    RC 11842
Wooding, Loyta ....................................................................... 24
    The Microwave Oven Cookbook
    RC 08580

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