Individual Author Record
Name: Agnes M. FeeneyPen Name: None Genre: Audience: Adult; Born: N/A
-- Agnes M. Feeney on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=agnes+m.+feeney
Illinois ConnectionWrote two cookbooks that include Illinois folklore.
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- The Great Chicago Melting Pot Cookbook, Schiffer Publications, 1997
- The Legendary Illinois Cookbook, History and Culinary Lore from the Prairie State, Schiffer Publications, 1997
Titles At Your Library
The Legendary Illinois Cookbook: Historic and Culinary Lore from the Prairie State
ISBN: 0898651999 Schiffer Pub Ltd. 1997 The Legendary Illinois Cookbook is an affectionate journey through Illinois that offers a panoramic view of the state and its favorite foods. The six geographical areas of Illinois provide the framework for a comprehensive collection of over 600 recipes that will please any member of the family. Along with the broad selection of delicious foods, the authors have included fascinating historical background for each of the six geographical sections and have also scattered interesting town tidbits among the recipes. To round out the image, charming original artwork and wonderful old photographs highlight many of the unique characteristics of Illinois. The overall result is a cookbook chock full of food, fun, and facts that will be as much fun to read as it will be to use.
The Great Chicago Melting Pot Cookbook
ISBN: 0898650283 Schiffer Pub Ltd. 1997 A city with the representation of literally hundreds of ethnic groups, Chicago has rightfully earned its nickname as the melting pot of America. The authors of The Great Chicago Melting Pot Cookbook have selected a representative group of these nationalities and, in over 400 recipes, have presented the best of their native cuisine. One of the most distinguishing characteristics of a culture is its cooking and The Great Chicago Melting Pot Cookbook is a delightful way to get acquainted. Over the years, American immigrants have adapted the recipes from their homeland to reflect the tastes and available ingredients of their new country. The recipes found here are easy for the American cook to follow, yet still retain the character of the original cuisine.