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Exploring History Through Simple Recipes (Series)


by Mary Gunderson 

Cooking on the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Grades 3-6)

Cowboy Cooking (Grades 3-6)

American Indian Cooking before 1500
(Grades 4-9)   

Oregon Trail Cooking (Grades 3-6)

Pioneer Farm Cooking
(Grades 6 Up)

  Stories combined with recipes from the historical period.  The recipes are based on originals from the time, but they have been updated and simplified. Many period illustrations and photos are included. An excellent series for young cooks. Each book runs about 30 pages.




A Moveable Feast        Revolution in Taste        A Thousand Years Over A Hot Stove        The Accomplisht Cook        Americas Finest Cuisines        America's Kitchens        American Pie        Ancient Wine        Archestratos        Beans: A History        Beer & Food        Beyond the Ice Cream Cone        Big Shots        Bless This Food        Cambridge World History of Food        Chicken A La King & The Buffalo Wing        Choice Cuts        Cod: A Biography        Culture of the Fork        Dangerous Tastes        De Agri Cultura (On Farming) Cato the Elder        Everything You Pretend to Know About Food        Exploring History Through Simple Recipes        Food and Culture        Food in Antiquity        The Food Chronology        Food in History        The Food Journal of Lewis and Clark        Fork It Over        From Hardtack to Home Fries




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