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Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Instructions listing ingredients and procedures to prepare something, especially food. For collections of recipes in book form see [Cookbooks.]

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Cookery and Foodways Ephemera Collection

Identifier: M156
Abstract Margaret Husted of Alexandria, Va. (wife of Walter Husted, the business editor of U.S. News and World Report). After her death in 1980, the Boettcher Foundation purchased the collection and donated it to a Denver area cooking school. When the school closed in 1985, the collection was passed on to the University of Denver. The Husted Culinary Ephemera Collection contains cooking related materials including magazines, newsletters, recipe scrapbooks, pamphlets,and cookware and appliance...
Dates: 1797-circa 1990

Hazel G. Alexander Papers

Identifier: M422
Abstract This collection contains recipe cards, clippings, and two annotated cookbooks "Dr. Chase's third, last and complete receipt book and household physician, or, Practical knowledge for the people : from the life-long observations of the author, embracing the choicest, most valuable and entirely new receipts in every department of medicine, mechanics, and household economy : including a treatise on the diseases of women and children, in fact, the book for the million, with remarks and...
Dates: 1889-1979

Walter Scheib III Papers

Identifier: M472
Abstract Walter Scheib III (5/3/1954 - 6/13/2015) served as executive chef at the White House from 1994-2005 under Presidents Clinton and Bush. Prior to his time at the White House, he studied at Culinary Institute of America and worked at the Capitol Hilton, the Boca Raton Club and Resort, and The Greenbriar. His time at the White House marked a change from traditional French cuisine to light, American-centric cuisine. Scheib cooked day to day meals for the first families as well as state meals,...
Dates: 1988 - 2005