Cooking, American -- Southern style
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85031777
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Travel diary recording events of an unnamed Northern man's 1842-1843 journey from Boston to New Orleans, with descriptions of many aspects of Southern life and culture, including slavery, society, and food.
Dates: 1842 - 1843
Overview Mid-nineteenth-century combination cookbook and scrapbook that includes a "Cure for Cancer," a "New broth for the sick," and a "remedy for cholera," among others.
Abstract Marie Rudisill cookbook galleys, recipes with Capote comments, John Morris account book, James Johnson account book and the manuscript for the Yellow Drum, a play adapted from a Capote novel.
Abstract Commonplace book containing diary entries, recipes, miscellaneous writings, newspaper clippings, and poems; created by Martha Jane Coleman Banks of Columbus, Mississippi.
Dates: Circa 1848-1865
Abstract A typescript copy of an address delivered by Sallie Hill at the April 20, 1960, meeting of the Alabama Historical Association. The address, "Alabama Food Ways," describes traditional southern food and food history.
Overview Commonplace book of Eufaula, Alabama, resident containing handwritten recipes, poems, quotations, and notes. In addition, the book includes a small number of newspaper clippings.
Dates: approximately 1835-1894