This page lists all content on our site that has been tagged with "Cooking". You may find a variety of content here, from books, to exhibitions, to events.

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Sally Chow cooks a steak, string bean, and tofu stir-fry in Mississippi

"Sally Chow cooks a steak, string bean, and tofu stir-fry in Mississippi" from 39th Annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival catalog

The Vietnamese-owned Donut Palace in Port Aransas caters to multicultural community of the Texas Gulf Coast.

"The Vietnamese-owned Donut Palace in Port Aransas" from The 2008 Smithsonian Folklife Festival catalog

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Cover of 1983 Festival of American Folklife

1983 Festival of American Folklife

Cover of Cookbook

Cookbook

Cover of Die tüchtige Hausfrau

Die tüchtige Hausfrau vol. 1

Cover of Die tüchtige Hausfrau

Die tüchtige Hausfrau vol. 2

Cover of Handbook of practical formulas

Handbook of practical formulas

Cover of Royal baker and pastry cook

Royal baker and pastry cook

Cover of The new cyclopAdia of domestic economy, and practical housekeeper

The new cyclopædia of domestic economy, and practical housekeeper

Adoptable Book

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Latin American Street Food, cover, Latin American

Latin American Street Food

This cookbook (a textbook published by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) features beautiful, color, glossy, life-sized photos on every other page. Each food photograph glistens and...

Cover of Pig Tails, showing traditional Caribbean produce.

Pig Tails 'n Breadfruit

This book is roughly the size of your hand, but bubbling over with delicious recipes. Although there are no illustrations, the author uses words to paint a picture of mouth watering dishes from...

Stamps a la Carte

Stamps a la carte

Published by the New Mexico Philatelic Association, this thin 20 paged booklet is stuffed full of delicious recipes. Each recipe has a black and white image of a postage stamp next to it....