Also, the honours of the table. With the whole art of carving; illustrated with a variety of cuts. Baltimore: Printed for George Hill. Edes, printer. Caption title, followed by eight opening lines of Canto I. The two engravings are by Amos Doolittle. Internal evidence and the following advertisement from the Connecticut Journal of July 25, August 1, and 8, , seem to indicate that this and the following title were published at New Haven in , the publisher, for some reason, not wishing to assume the responsibility: "Hasty-pudding, with Plates, Bowls and Spoons, now ready for supping at the Bookstores, and at the Post-Office There are who strive to stamp with disrepute This luscious food, because it feeds the brute.
Note the use of the word "plates. A variation of the preceding. The engravings are by Doolittle. A poem in three cantos. Written in Champerry in Savoy, By Joel Barlow, Esq. Late consul for the United States in the regency of Algiers, and now consul to the court of St. Printed for the purchaser.
The honours of the table, or, rules for behaviour during meals; with the whole art of carving, illustrated with a variety of cuts. Together with directions for going to market. Bound up with "Galateo; or a treatise on politeness and delicacy of manners," of which it is a continuation. Walpole, N. The art of cookery made plain and easy. Alexandria: Printed by Cottom and Stewart.
The art of preserving all kinds of animal and vegetable sub- stances for several years. A work pub- lished by order of the French minister of the interior, on the report of the board of arts and manufactures. Translated from the French. From the second London edition of New York: Published by D. Longworth, Shakspeare Gallery.
First published at Paris, Hall's distiller, containing 1. Full and particular directions for mashing and distilling all kinds of grain, and imitating Holland gin and Irish whiskey. Notice of the different kinds 22 American Cookery Booths of stills in use in the United States, and of the Scotch stills which may be run off times in 24 hours. A treatise on fermenta- tion, containing the latest discoveries on the subject. Directions for making yeast, and preserving it sweet for any length of time. The Rev. Adapted to the use of farmers, as well as distillers.
Philadelphia: Printed by John Bioren, No. Brattleborough, Vt. A new system of domestic cookery, formed upon principles of economy: and adapted to the use of private families through- out the United States. Arden, No. John Forbes, printer. Copyrighted Feb. The first New York edition and the first to be copyrighted. The universal receipt book, or, complete family directory; being a repository of useful knowledge in the several branches of domestic economy; containing scarce, curious, and valuable re- ceipts, and choice secrets.
By a society of gentlemen in New York. New York: Published by I. Riley, No. Valuable secrets in arts and trades. Containing directions from the best artists, for calico printing. Bleaching of cotton and paper. Engraving and etching on copper. Engraving in aquatinta. Engraving on wood. With above five hundred valuable modern receipts; forming a great variety of useful articles, collected from the latest Euro- pean publications.
By a friend of American manufactures. Boston: Published by J. Norman, chart-seller. House, printer. Cookery on pages 51— Poughkeepsie : Published by Paraclete Potter, P. Potter, printers. Engraving and etching on copper— engraving on aquatinta, and on wood. Forming a great variety of useful articles, collected from the latest Euro- pean publications.
Norman, No. Cookery on pages ; brewing on pages See No. The only copy found lacks pages , Together with the ruling passion. By Robert T. Paine, Jun. Hallowell: Published by Ezekiel Goodale. The cover of the AAS copy is dated Canandaigua: Printed and sold by J. New York: Published by R. Identical with No. The domestic manual: or family directory. Containing re- ceipts in arts, trades and domestic economy; selected from the best authors, and practical artists : and containing many processes, never before published.
New London: Printed by Samuel Green. Contains a few recipes for wines, liquors, etc. Long, print. See Nos. Third [New York] edition. Illustrated with 8 plates. Written purely from practice, and dedicated to the Hon. Lady Elizabeth Warburton, whom the author lately served as housekeeper: consisting of near nine hundred original receipts, most of which never appeared in print. Pickling, potting and collaring, wines, vinegars, catchups, distilling, with two most valuable receipts, one for refin- ing malt liquors, the other for curing acid wines, and a correct list of everything in season for every month in the year.
With two plans of a grand table of two covers; and a curious new invented fire stove, wherein any common fuel may be burnt instead of charcoal. By Elizabeth Raffald. A new edition. Philadelphia: Printed for James Webster. The new family receipt-book. Brown, printer. The universal receipt book; being a compendious repository of practical information in cookery, preserving, pickling, distil- ling, and all the branches of domestic economy. To which is added, some advice to farmers.
By Priscilla Homespun. Second edition with great additions. Philadelphia: Published by Isaac Riley. Maxwell, printer. Most of the recipes of the first edition of are repeated literally, but are differently arranged. Brattleborough : Published by John Holbrook.
Small 4to. From Anderson sale catalogue, American domestic cookery. Baltimore: Published by Fielding Lucas, Jun. Matchett, printer. Domestic cookery, or the art of dressing viands, fish, poultry and vegetables; and the best modes of making pastes, puffs, pies, tarts, puddings, custards, and preserves, and all kinds of cakes from the imperial plum to plain cake. By Harriet Whiting. Boston: Printed for the author. The family receipt book. Containing eight hundred valuable receipts in various branches of domestic economy; selected from the works of the most approved writers, ancient and modern; and from the attested communications of scientific friends.
Sec- ond American edition. Pittsburgh: Published by Randolph Barnes, Third street. The new family receipt-book, containing eight hundred truly valuable receipts in various branches of domestic economy, se- lected from the works of British and foreign writers, of unques- tionable experience and authority, and from the attested com- munications of scientific friends. Good lessons for thee, and thy wife? Then keep them in memory fast, To help as a comfort to life. A new edition, cor- rected. The chapter on domestic economy has some cookery.
This is the same as the preceding title, both taken from an earlier edition see 71a. The husbandman and housewife: a collection of valuable receipes and directions, relating to agriculture and domestic economy. By Thomas G. Boyle has observed, that the excellency of manufactures, and the facility of labour would be much promoted if the various expedients and contrivances, which lie concealed in private hands, were by reciprocal communica- tions made generally known; for there are few operations that are not performed by one or other with some peculiar advantages, which though singly of little importance, would by conjunction and concurrence, open new inlets to knowledge, and give new powers to diligence.
A treatise on adulterations of food, and culinary poisons. Exhibiting the fraudulent sophistications of bread, beer, wine, spirituous liquors, tea, coffee, cream, confectionery, vinegar, mustard, pepper, cheese, olive oil, pickles, and other articles employed in domestic economy, and methods of detecting them. By Frederick Accum, operative chemist, and member of the prin- ciple academies and societies of arts and sciences in Europe. Philadelphia: Printed and published by Ab'm Small.
The domestic encyclopedia; or a diet of facts and useful knowledge. Chiefly applicable to rural and domestic economy. With an appendix containing additions in domestic medicine and the veterinary and culinary arts. The whole illustrated with numerous engravings and cuts. In three volumes. Willich, M.
Author of the lectures on diet and regimen. The second American edition, with additions, by Thomas Cooper, Esq. Professor of chemistry and mineralogy. Philadelphia: Printed and published by Abraham Small, No. The first edition, published , contains no cookery. The hasty-pudding, a poem, in three cantos. Written in Champerry sic in Savoy, Caldwell: William Storer, Tun.
Plain directions on domestic economy. Showing particularly what are most nourishing articles of food and drink and best methods of preparation. New York: Samuel Wood and Sons. Marks, printer.
Matchett, print. The cook's oracle: containing receipts for plain cookery on the most economical plan for private families: also, the art of composing the most simple, and most highly finished broths, gravies, soups, sauces, store sauces, and flavouring essences: the quantity of each article is accurately stated by weight and meas- ure; the whole being the result of actual experiments instituted in the kitchen of a physician.
Boston: Published by Munroe and Francis, No. First published at London, , under the title of "Apicius redivivus or cook's oracle. American domestic cookery, formed on principles of econ- omy, for the use of private families. By an experienced house- keeper. To which is added the complete family brewer. This is taken from Mrs. Rundell's "A new system of domestic cookery," first published in America in , which it follows almost word for word. See also 'The experienced American housekeeper," New York: The cook's oracle. Second American, from the last London edition, which is almost entirely re-written.
The experienced American housekeeper, or domestic cookery : formed on principles of economy, for the use of private families. With an engraving. Folding plate after page 8. This work is taken from Mrs. Rundell's "A new system of domestic cookery. Cottage economy: containing information relative to the brew- ing of beer, making of bread, keeping of cows, pigs, bees, ewes, goats, poultry, and rabbits, and relative to other matters deemed useful in the conducting of the affairs of a labourer's family; to which are added instructions relative to the selecting, the cutting, and the bleaching of the plants of English grass and grain, for the purpose of making hats and bonnets.
By William Cobbett. First American from the first London edition. Gould, Genesee-street, Utica. A treatise of domestic medicine, intended for families, in which the treatment of common disorders are alphabetically enumerated. To which is added, a practical system of domestic cookery, described the best, most economical and most wholesome methods of dressing victuals; intended for the use of families who do not affect magnificence in their style of living. By Thomas Cooper, M. Also, the art of preserving all kinds of animal and vegetable substances for many years, by M.
Reading: Published by George Getz. Tall 8vo. The Virginia housewife. Method is the soul of management. Mary Randolph. Preface signed and dated: M. Washington, January, And an easy, certain, and economical process for preparing pickles, by which they will be ready in a fortnight, and remain good for years.
The quantity of each article is accurately stated by weight and measure: the whole being the result of actual experiments instituted in the kitchen of a physi- cian. Dean, printer, 90 William-street. No copyright, aas. The family receipt book, containing thirty valuable and sim- ple receipts for the cure of most of the usual complaints; by a due attention to which, many distressing diseases may be avoided, or greatly mitigated, and with a saving of much expense.
Mostly selected from various publications. By a Long-Island farmer. New York. Contains receipts for cooking and pickling. Five thousand receipts in all the useful and domestic arts, constituting a complete and universal practical library, and operative cyclopaedia. Hobbes of Malmesbury, thought the accumulation of details a hindrance of learning; and used to wish that all the books in the world were embarked in one ship, and that he might be permitted to bore a hole in its bottom.
He was right in one sense; for the disquisitions and treatises with which our libraries are filled, are more often merely the husks and shells of knowledge; but it would be to be wished, that before he were permitted to bore in his hole, some literary analysts should select all the facts, recipes, and prescriptions, useful to man, and condense them into a portable volume. The Virginia house-wife. Second edition, with amendments and additions. Title taken from the cover of the Hallowell edition. The hasty pudding; a poem, in three cantos, written at Cham- rery sic in Savoy, January, , by Joel Barlow Together with, The ruling passion.
Paine, jr. Exeter, N. Brown, [ca. The experienced American housekeeper. Published in Boston. Hartford: Published by Silas Andrus. With full instructions for cleaning plate, brass, steel, glass, mahogany; and likewise all kinds of patent and common lamps: observations on servants' behaviour to their employers; and upwards of various and useful receipts, chiefly compiled for the use of house servants; and identically made to suit the manners and customs of families in the United States.
By Robert Roberts. With friendly advice to cooks and heads of families, and complete directions how to burn Lehigh coal. New York: Charles S. Francis, Broadway. Domestic duties. First American from the third London edition New-York: Printed by J. Harper, 82 Cliff-St. Gilley, and G. Grigg, E. Hunt; Baltimore: F.
Lucas, Jr. The French cook. By Louis Eustache Ude, ci-devant cook to Louis xvi. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Carey. The houseservant's directory. Boston: Munroe and Francis, Washington-street. Francis, 25 Broadway. The modern family receipt book, containing, a great variety of valuable receipts, arranged under their respective heads, con- nected with the art of social and domestic life, including many valuable original communications, the result of long experience.
Desilver, Walnut street. A new family receipt book. Utica: Printed for the publisher. Seventy-five receipts, for pastry, cakes, and sweetmeats. By a lady of Philadelphia. Francis, , Broadway. Copyrighted , Jan. The first edition, though the copyright date in the second edition is Mch. The preface in both editions is dated Jan. The Virginia housewife: or methodical cook book. Third edition, enlarged. From Bulletin No. State Library. Illustrating the veritable science of the mouth; which includes the art of never breakfasting at home, and always dining abroad.
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By Dick Humel- bergius Secundus. Harper, 82 Cliff-st. Domestic economy. Fragments of time as well as materials. Fragments of time, as well as materials. The experienced housekeeper, or domestic cookery. Hartford: Silas Andrews. Dedicated to those who are not ashamed of economy. By the author of Hobomok. Lydia Maria Francis Child. East- burn, printer. The name of this book was changed in , after seven editions, to "The American frugal housewife," on account of there being an English book of the same name.
New American from the latest London edition. With numerous and important additions generally; and the medical part carefully revised and adapted to the climate of the U. States; and also a new and most copious index. By an American physician. Philadelphia: J. Kay, Jun. James Kay, Jun. Modern domestic cookery, and useful receipt book, adapted for families in the middling and genteel ranks of life. Enlarged and improved by D. Hughson, M. The engraved title and the frontispiece are dated A new family receipt book, containing all the truly valuable receipts for various branches of cookery: selected from the best authorities.
To which is added a number of valuable receipts for brewing, and several for removing spots and stains from silk, linen, and woollen cloths. Come good husband, please thy wife, and buy a book that she may cook without a toilsome life. Hartford: Ezra Strong, bookbinder. Seventy-five receipts. Copyrighted Mch. The cook not mad. First edition. Watertown [N. Title from Anderson sale catalogue, The cook's oracle; and housekeeper's manual.
Containing receipts for cookery, and directions for carving. With a complete system of cook- ery for Catholic families. The quantity of each article is accurately stated by weight and measure; being the result of actual experi- ments instituted in the kitchen of William Kitchiner, M. Adapted to the American public by a medical gentleman. From the last London edition.
New York: Printed by J. Sold by Collins and Hannay, Collins and Co. Carvill, William B. Bliss, O. Roorbach, White, Gallaher, and White, C. Francis, William Burgess, Jr. Holmes; Philadelphia: E. Carey and A. Hart, and John Grigg; Albany: O. Steele, and W. Hartford, Ct. Corrected and arranged by the author. To which are added hints to persons of moderate fortune. Mackenzie's five thousand receipts. Western states. Hamilton, Ohio: Taylor Webster at the Telegraph office, Philadelphia: James Kay, Jun.
The practice of cookery, adapted to the business of every day life. Boston: Munroe and Francis, Washington-st. Francis, New-York; and all booksellers. Pages not printed, but text continuous. At top of title page:— Third edition with an appendix. Francis, Broadway, New York. The Virginia housewife, or methodical cook. Method is the Soul of Management. Fourth edition, with amendments and additions. Washington: Published by P. Way and Gideon, printers.
American cookery: or the art of dressing viands, fish, poultry, and vegetables. And the best mode of making puff pastes, pies, tarts, puddings, custards, and preserves. And all kinds of cakes, from plain, to the imperial, and wedding cake. Also the best way of curing hams, corning beer, mutton, and veal. Together with the rules of carving at dinner parties.
Exemplified with cuts. By an orphan. Woodstock Vt. Woodstock pl. The first part of this book seems to be a reprint of the work of the "American orphan, Amelia Simmons," first published in and many times thereafter until No copy of a first edition has been found. At top of page: Harper's stereotype edition.
Carvill, O. Roorbach, and E. Bliss; Philadelphia. Domestic duties; or, instructions to young married ladies, on the management of their households, and the regulations of their conduct in the various relations and duties of married life. William Parkes. Every wise woman buildeth her house, 38 American Cookery Bookj but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands— Who can find a virtuous woman? Third American from the third London edition, with notes and alterations adapted to the American reader. Roorbach, G. Carvill, W. Gilley, A.
Goodrich, E. Bliss; Philadelphia; J. Grigg, Towar J. Hogan, E. Hart, U. Hunt, T. Desilver, Jr. Family receipts, or practical guide for the husbandman and housewife, containing a great variety of valuable recipes, relating to agriculture, gardening, brewery, cookery, dairy, confectionary, diseases, farriery, ingrafting, and the various branches of rural and domestic economy. Barnum, editor of the "United States agriculturalist and farmer's reporter. Fourth edi- tion. To which are added, hints to persons of moderate fortune.
First published in the Mas- sachusetts Journal. Fifth edition. Title from cover of fourth edition. Sixth edition. First published in the Massachusetts Journal. Seventh edition. Boston: Published by Carter and Hendee. From cover title of sixth edition. The housekeeper's manual, or complete housewife. The whole arranged with a view to an improvement on Dr. Kitchener's manual; and intended as a guide for families. New York: G. Sickels, publisher.
Copyrighted, , as "fourth American edition. With a list of family medical recipes, and a valuable miscel- lany. By Miss Prudence Smith. New-York: Printed and published by J. Harper, No. And sold by all the principal booksellers throughout the United States. A new collection of genuine receipts. For the preparation and execution of curious arts, and interesting experiments, medi- cal and miscellaneous, domestic and agricultural; which are well explained and warranted genuine, and may be performed easily, safely, and at little expense.
To which is added, a complete and much improved system of dyeing, in all its varieties. Stereotype edition. Concord, N. Boston: Published by Charles Gay lord. Stereo- type edition, with amendments and additions. Preface dated January, The American frugal housewife. Dedicated to those who are not ashamed of economy by Mrs. A fat kitchen maketh a lean will.
Enlarged and corrected by the author. Boston: Carter and Hendee. This book was originally called "The frugal housewife," and the name was changed in as there was an English book of the same name. This seems to be the first edition under the new name. The cover of AAS copy says ninth edition. Ninth edition. From cover title of eighth edition. Tenth edition. Eleventh edition.
The complete grocer, being a series of very valuable receipts for distilling and mixing cordials, by an old distiller. At top of title page: Harper's stereotype edition. New York: Particularly the very best of those in the Cook's oracle. Cook's dictionary, and other systems of domestic economy.
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With numerous original receipts, and a com- plete system of confectionery. By a Boston housekeeper. Alpha- betically arranged. Domestic French cookery, chiefly translated from Sulpice Barue. The farmer's own book; or family receipts for the husband- man and housewife; being a compilation of the very best receipts on agriculture, gardening and cookery; with rules for keeping farmers' accounts. Barnum, editor of the Farmers' Re- porter.
Boston: Carter, Hendee, and Co. Seventy-five receipts for pastry, cakes, and sweetmeats. By Miss [Eliza] Leslie of Philadelphia. Fourth Edition. At top of title page : Fourth edition. With an appen- dix. Francis, Twelfth edition. Thirteenth edition. Boston : Carter, Hendee, and Co. New York: Printed and published by J. And sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States. The cook's own book. Boston: Munroe and Francis. Cottage economy.
To which is added the poor man's friend; or, a defence of the rights of those who do the work, and fight the battles. Illustrations: 6 engr'd plates, 1 wood-cut. The engraved title reads as follows: "The American domestic cookery by a lady [cut: a steer. List of meat cuts].
Published by E. Duyckinck, 68 Water street, New York. Brooklyn: Published by Wm. Bigelow, 55 Fulton-street. Spooner, printer. The copy in the Boston Public Library has for a frontispiece, perhaps inserted, a portrait of Barlow, engraved by A. Durand from a painting by Robert Fulton. I8 34 Fourteenth edition. Fifteenth edition. The domestic's companion; comprising the most perfect, easy, and expeditious methods of getting through their work; rules for setting out tables and sideboards; directions for conduct- ing large and small parties: with an appendix, containing a great variety of useful receipts.
New York: Printed by G. Bunce, Fulton-street. Price twenty-five cents. How to make gravies, sauces, fricassees, and various other dishes. Adapted to all classes of society. Revised and corrected. New York: H. Croker, corner of Frankfort and Gold-st. Revised and corrected by M. A new edition, price twenty-five cents. Bunce, printer, Fulton-street. And particularly to such as have not a perfect knowledge of that useful art. First American, from the eleventh London edition. To which are now added several new and useful recipes, never before published.
Seventh edi- tion. At top of title page:— Seventh edition, revised, with forty addi- tional receipts. Sixteenth edition, enlarged and corrected by the author. With numerous original receipts, and a complete system of confectionery. To which is added Miss [Eliza] Leslie's Seventy five receipts for pastry, cakes and sweetmeats.
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Alphabetically arranged, and blank pages in- serted for family memorandums. Domestic French cookery. The intellectual house-keeper: a series of practical questions to his daughters, by a father: or hints to females on the necessity of thought in connexion with their domestic labors and duties. With an album. Asenath Nicholson. Nature's own book. Enlarged and improved. Copyrighted, , by Asenath Nicholson. Modern American cookery. Square 16mo. With an appendix, containing a variety of receipts and direc- tions, useful in families.
New York: Printed by D. Fanshaw, Nassau-street. See also "Sears' new family receipt book," Eighth edition. At top of title page:— Eighth edition, revised, with forty addi- tional receipts. The American cookery book, compiled with great care. Sixteenth edition. Boston: Russell, Shattuck, and Co. Cover reads: Seventeenth edition. Twentieth edition, enlarged and corrected by the author. Boston: American Stationers' Co. Apician Anecdotes; or, tales of the table, kitchen, and larder.
New-York: Published by J. Fourth edition. From Mrs. The New England Cook book, or young housekeeper's guide: being a collection of the most valuable receipts; embracing all the various branches of cookery, and written in a minute and methodical manner. Also, an appendix, containing a collection of miscellaneous receipts, relative to housewifery. The ninth edition. At top of title page:— Ninth edition, revised, with forty addi- tional receipts. Baltimore: Published by John Plaskitt, Market street. The art of dining; and the art of attaining high health.
With a few hints on suppers. By Thomas Walker, Esq. Philadelphia: E. Hart, Chestnut St. Stereotyped by L. Francis, [etc. Directions for cookery; being a system of the art, in its various branches. Hart, Chestnut street. The family nurse; or companion of the frugal housewife. Revised by a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Boston: Charles J. The whole carefully prepared for the use of American housekeepers. Frances Harriet Whipple McDougall. A treatise on bread, and bread-making. By Sylvester Gra- ham. The AAS. Twenty-first edition, enlarged and corrected by the author.
New York: Samuel S. Allen, printer, 5 Hague st. Twenty-second edition. Directions for cookery, in its various branches. By Miss [Eliza] Leslie. Louis Mo. Perry, n. The hasty-pudding: a poem, in three cantos. Written at Chambray, in Savoy, January, New Haven: William Storer, Jun. Has on title-page a wood-cut of a man seated at table, eating, presumably, hasty pudding from a bowl.
The same cut is repeated on the last page with the following colophon below it: New Haven: printed by William Storer, Jun. The housekeeper's book. The lady's annual register and housewife's memorandum- book, for By Caroline Gilman. Boston: Published by T. Carter; Philadelphia: Henry Per- kins. Contains very little cookery. Boston: Monroe and Francis.
The Roger cookery. Canadian Housewife's Manual of Cookery. The American Antiquarian Cookbook Collection. Great Rhubarb Recipes. Marynor Jordan. Fifty Salads. Thomas J. Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery. Baking with Sourdough. Sara Pitzer. Lela Nargi. Fifty Soups. The Healthy Life Cook Book.
Florence Daniel. Glenn Andrews. Cooking For One. Marjorie Russell. Ginni Riley. Recipes for Gourmet Vegetables. Miss Leslie. What Mrs. Abby Fisher. The Elegant Economist. Eliza Acton. Cooking with Jasmine; Apple Recipes. Jasmine Anderson. Charles Elme Francatelli. Master Chef Tom's Chrimbo. Tom Bridge. Phyllis Hobson. Jewish Cookery.
Domestic French Cookery, 4th ed. Eliza Leslie. Nigel Woodhead. Beeton's Dictionary of Every-Day Cookery. Hannah Glasse. Various Authors. English Housewifry Exemplified Elizabeth Moxon. Cooking for Absolute Beginners. Muriel and Cortland Fitzsimmons. Jewish Cookery Book. Esther Levy. Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe. Anna Ford. Cooking with Tofu. Mary Anna Dusablon. A Plain Cookery Book. Fresh Pantry: Rhubarb. Amy Pennington. Recipes Tried and True.
The First Presbyterian Church. Fruit Dessert Recipes For Beginners. Jessica Jones. The Enthusiast. Domestic French Cookery The New England Cook Book. Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches. Very Cranberry. Jennifer Trainer Thompson. La Cuisine Creole. Lafcadio Hearn. Sarah Tyson Rorer.
Martha's American Food. Martha Stewart. The Times' Recipes. The New York Times. Amanda Hesser. Curt Winklewood. Amazing Slow Cooker Recipes. Holly Smith. America the Edible. Adam Richman. Susannah Carter. Pierre Blot. American Cake. Anne Byrn. Every Lady's Cook Book. Cook It in Cast Iron. Cook's Country. Porter's New Southern Cookery Book. Grapes into Wine. Philip M. Very Maple Syrup. One Big Table. Molly O'Neill. Chop Suey.