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Regional Cookery: The Relationship Between Newspaper Food Editors & Home Cooks Spanning the Public & Private Spheres

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This is an examination of newspaper cookbooks from the 1940s through the 1970s. Many newspaper editors published cookbooks and cooking pamphlets over the years. Some included favorites of the food …

This is an examination of newspaper cookbooks from the 1940s through the 1970s. Many newspaper editors published cookbooks and cooking pamphlets over the years. Some included favorites of the food editors and others were collections of recipes sent in by home cook readers or restaurant chefs.

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  • 1. Regional Cookery: The Relationship Between Newspaper Food Sections & Home Cooks Spanning the Public & Private Spheres Kimberly Voss,Univ of Central Florida Lance Speere, University of Tampa
  • 2. German’s Chocolate Cake .
  • 3. Newspaper Food Editors Jane Nickerson and the NY Times
  • 4. Food Editors & Home Cooks Mrs. Mildred Miller Davis & Grace Hartley
  • 5. Culinary Conversations Sharing recipes
  • 6. Forms of Mass Communication 1968 = 8,000 new food products
  • 7. Gender & Culinary Authority Phyllis Richman
  • 8. . .

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