Spice Meals
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A. Introduction

Are you tired of eating the same dull cuisine night after night? Are you disgusted by the amount of fast food you find yourself ingesting? Are you afraid to touch your own cooking utensils? Well, it's not too late to spice up your kitchen. So do yourself a favor and give your meals some flavor.

B. Subject Headings and Shelf Numbers   
  • Cooking
  • Cookery
  • Food
  • Recipes
  • Spices
  • Condiments
  • Browse Call Numbers - 641 to 642, 640.41
C. Frequently Mentioned Texts

The Healthy Kitchen - Andrew Weil and Rosie Daley

In The Kitchen with Rosie: Oprah's Favorite Recipes - Rosie Daley

Joy of Cooking - Marion Rombauer Becker
Betty Crocker's Cookbook - Betty Crocker
Soul Food - Joyce White
Mastering the Art of French Cooking - Julia Child
From Emeril's Kitchen: Favorite Recipes from Emeril's Restaurants - Emeril Lagasse
D. General References, e.g. Guides, Encyclopedia, or Dictionaries   

The Cook's Dictionary and Culinary Reference - Jonathan Bartlett

The deluxe food lover's companion - Sharon Tyler Herbst

E. Magazines or Newspapers
F. Internet Resources
  • All Receipes - An amazing culinary resource with over 23,000 recipes availabe, as well a searchable database and links to several food and diet related websites.
  • Epicurious - Contains recipes, menus, cooking demos, food forums, gourmet shopping, and much more.
  • Cooks Receipes - A premier recipe site and cooking site in one. Whether you're looking for your favorite casserole recipe or innovative meals to feed your pet, look no further than this one stop cooking source.
  • Veg Web - A great spot for the non meat eater. Includes over 5000 vegan/vegetarian recipes, a vegetarian cookbooks directory, and even a coupons section.
Prepared by R. Taylor
Updated March 2013