The cooking of the Caribbean Islands, 1970 / by Linda Wolfe and the editors of Time-Life Books ; photographed by Richard Meek.
- 1970 /
New York : Time-Life Books, 1970.
1 online resource (208 pages) : illustrations (colour), maps (colour).
- Cooking, Caribbean.
- There are over 200 African American cookbooks in the collection dating from the early 19th century to the present. The earliest is a first edition of Robert Roberts, 'The House Servant's Directory' (1827), the first cookbook written by a black American and first book on any subject written by a black American to have been printed by a commercial publisher. Additionally there are charity cookbooks, black dialect items, and celebrity cookbooks. The collection is complemented by strong holdings in Caribbean cookery and African cookery.
- AMDigital Reference: folio TX716.A1 W6 1970.
"Collection: Africa"--Home page.
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Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on November 21, 2019).
- Meek, Richard, photographer (expression)
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