3 edition of The Rochester Clarke bibliography of Louisiana cookery found in the catalog.
The Rochester Clarke bibliography of Louisiana cookery
John E. Uhler
Lists works collected by Rochester Clarke and supplemental material.
|Statement||edited by John E. and Glenna Uhler.|
|Contributions||Uhler, Glenna, joint author., Clarke, Rochester, d. 1965.|
|LC Classifications||Z5776.G2 U48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||70008123|
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“Cookery Academia: Culinary collections in libraries grow up, and out.” College and Research Libraries N no. 4 (April ): –, [Brillat-Savarin, Jean Anthelme.] Physiologie du goût, ou Méditations de gastronomie. By the early nineteenth century, we find another French book, La Cuisinière bourgeoise () in a New Orleans home.4 And by the s, two French books concerned with the 1 John E.
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