Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Copper Kettle recipes are collections of recipes weekly featured on the Copper Kettle Kitchen television show. The collection also includes some poems and quotes.
The Edward G. Read papers contain materials related to Read, his wife, children, and relatives. Included are personal and business correspondence, recipe books, pamphlets, cards, and publications. The family papers series has a four volume set titled The Peak - Peake Family History by Cyrus Peak. The photographs include the Barber, Shepard, Read, and Peak families, as well as unidentified people and an aerial view of a farm.
This collection contains folders of recipes that were used in Michigan State University dormitory dining halls. Some have handwritten revisions attached to them. There is also a program from the Mildred L. Jones (assistant manager of residence hall in charge of food service) honorary dinner and a short manuscript entitled "My Food Service Career at Michigan State University."
The Hooper family papers consist primarily of correspondence between members of the Hooper and Goodwin families living in Oakland and Lapeer Counties, Michigan. The letters discuss family news, agriculture, and the activities of various family members. The collection also includes poetry, recipes, tax receipts, a deed, expense accounts, and an agricultural diary.
This collection consists of handwritten recipes, school essays and clippings of home remedies. It also includes two ledgers: the first contains the accounts of the Dykeman's station (on the New York Central Railroad) in 1869-1870, the second records household expenses and recipes for an unidentified family (1868).