Got Leftovers?

November 23rd, 2007

Ever wonder what you should prepare with that plate of leftovers?
Take advantage of Steenbock Library’s cookbook collection to find a few recipes for tasteful reinvention.

The cookbook collection is shelved in the stacks and vertical files
(filing cabinets) on the first floor of the library. The collection
includes titles that reflect various historic and cultural periods as
well as contemporary food topics, trends and international flavors.

A sampling of a few cookbooks featuring “leftovers” follows below:

Title: The Camden connection cook book : a collection of kitchen tested recipes featuring luscious leftovers and creative desserts, submitted by residents of midcoast Maine to help pay for a children’s room at the Camden Public Library.
Publisher: Camden, ME : Cricketfield Press, c1989.
Location: Steenbock Stacks -1st Floor
Catalog: UW Madison
Call Number: TX715 .C34 1989

Author: Wooding, Loyta
Title: Leftovers cookbook
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap, 1972
Location: Steenbock Library Vertical File
Catalog: UW Madison
Call Number: VF (Budget)

Author: Field, Michael, 1915-1971.
Title: Culinary classics and improvisations. Illus. by Mozelle Thompson.
Publisher: New York, Knopf, 1967.
Location: Steenbock Stacks -1st Floor
Catalog: UW Madison
Call Number: TX725.A1 F48 1967

Author: Brunner, Lousene Rousseau.
Title: Magic with leftovers. Illustrated by Paul Callé.
Publisher: New York, Harper [1955]
Location: Steenbock Stacks -1st Floor
Catalog: UW Madison
Call Number: TX740 B73

Author: Berolzheimer, Ruth
Title: 500 Delicious dishes from leftovers
Publisher: Culinary Arts Institute, 1950
Location: Steenbock Library Vertical File
Catalog: UW Madison
Call Number: VF (General)

Author: Newman, Clare.
Title: A cook book of leftovers, by Clare Newman and Bell Wiley [pseud.]
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown and company, 1941.
Location: Steenbock Stacks -1st Floor
Catalog: UW Madison
Call Number: TX715 N566

Consult with librarians at the reference desk to find other cookbook themes.

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