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The American History Cookbook

by Mark H. Zanger

The only cookbook with 350 recipes

  • From all parts of American history, exactly as they were written down from 1524 to 1977. And with modern directions. So you can cook and taste along with participants in American history including Native Americans, explorers, colonists, settlers, slaves, soldiers, pioneers, presidents, the urban poor, inventors, campers, health food enthusiasts...
  • and a special emphasis on youth.
  • and careful attention to the history of chocolate.

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Culinary History Mysteries
The missing urban recipes!
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For my previous The American Ethnic Cookbook for Students, see www.ethnicook.com -- or click on the cover to the left.

If you were looking for Mary Gunderson's books, that would be www.historycooks.com

Copyright 2003, 2004, 2008 by Mark H. Zanger. Remember, there is no copyright on recipes or other common household formulae, but copyright and fair use laws do apply to selection of recipes and cultural-historical commentary.