The American Ethnic Cookbook for Students

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ABC-CLIO, 2001 - 325

The first cookbook to present the dishes of more than 120 ethnic groups now in America, The American Ethinic Cookbook for Students illustrates how those dishes have changed throughout the years. This cookbook contains more than 300 recies plus references to ethnography, food history, culture, and the history of American immigration. A bibliography at the end of each ethnic group section is included. Covering the cooking of Native American tribes, old-stock settlers, old immigrants from 1840-1920, and the new immigrants, no other cookbook describes so many different ethnic groups or focuses on the American ethnic experience. Arranged alphabetically by ethnic group, each chapter consists of a brief introduction to the ethnic group, its food history and ethnogaphy, followed by recipes, with step-by-step instructions, techniques hints, and equipment information. Among the 120 ethnic groups included are: Amish-Mennonites, Arcadians, Cugans, Dutch, Cajuns, Eskimos, Hopi, Hungarians, Jamaicans, Jews, Palestinians, Serbs, Sioux, Turks, and Vietnamese.

 

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THE AMERICAN ETHNIC COOKBOOK FOR STUDENTS
1
AfricanAmericans
5
AlbanianAmericans
9
Amish
10
AngloAmericans English
12
Apache
15
ArabAmericans Lebanese and Syrians
17
ArmenianAmericans
19
ItalianAmericans
153
JamaicanAmericans
157
JapaneseAmericans
159
JewishAmericans
161
KoreanAmericans
164
LaotianAmericans
166
LatvianAmericans
169
LithuanianAmericans
171

Asian IndianAmericans
22
Assyrian and ChaldeanAmericans Mesopotamians
25
Australian and New Zealander Americans
27
AustrianAmericans
29
BahamianAmericans
32
BarbadanAmericans
34
BasqueAmericans
35
BelgianAmericans
38
BelorussianAmericans
41
Black Muslims
42
BrazilianAmericans
44
BulgarianAmericans MacedonianAmericans and Vlachs Arumanians
46
CambodianAmericans
49
Cane River Creoles
50
Cape VerdeanAmericans
54
CarpathoRusynAmericans Ruskins Rusnyaks Ruthenians Lemkians
56
Cherokee
59
Chickasaw
61
ChineseAmericans
63
Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana
67
Choctaw
69
ColombianAmericans
70
CornishAmericans
72
Creek Indians of Oklahoma
74
Creoles Louisiana
76
CroatianAmericans
79
CubanAmericans
82
CzechAmericans
84
DanishAmericans
88
DominicanAmericans
90
DutchAmericans
93
EcuadorianAmericans
96
EgyptianAmericans
98
English CanadianAmericans
99
Eskimos Inuit and Aleuts
101
EstonianAmericans
103
Ethiopian and EritreanAmericans
104
FilipinoAmericans
106
FinnishAmericans
108
FrancoAmericans
111
French CanadianAmericans
113
GermanAmericans
115
Germans from Russia
119
GreekAmericans
122
Guamians Chamoros
125
GuatemalanAmericans
126
Gullah Geechee and Sea Islanders
127
GuyaneseAmericans and IndoCaribbeans
129
GypsyAmericans Romanichals Travellers and Roma
131
HaitianAmericans
134
Hawaiians
136
HmongAmericans
137
Honduran and GarifunaAmericans
139
Hopi
141
HungarianAmericans
142
IcelandicAmericans
145
IrishAmericans
148
Iroquois
151
Lumbee Indians of North Carolina
173
Melungeons
175
MexicanAmericans Chicanos
178
Moravians
182
Mormons
184
Narragansett
187
Navajo Diné or Dineh
189
New Mexico Hispanics
192
NicaraguanAmericans
195
NigerianAmericans
197
NorwegianAmericans
200
Ojibway Chippewa Ojibwe and Ojibwa
202
OkinawanAmericans
204
PakistaniAmericans
206
PanamanianAmericans
208
Pennsylvania Dutch
210
PersianAmericans Iranians
213
PeruvianAmericans
216
Pima and Papago Tohono Oodham
218
PolishAmericans
220
PortugueseAmericans
224
Potawatomi
226
Pueblo Indians Eastern
228
Puerto Ricans
230
RomanianAmericans
232
RussianAmericans
234
SalvadoranAmericans
237
SamoanAmericans
240
ScotchIrish
241
ScottishAmericans
244
Seminole and Miccosukee
247
SerbianAmericans including Montenegrins
249
Shawnee
251
Sioux Dakota Lakhota and Nakota
252
SlovakAmericans
256
SloveneAmericans
258
SpanishAmericans
261
SwedishAmericans
264
SwissAmericans
268
Texas Wends
269
ThaiAmericans
271
Tlingit and Haida
272
TrinidadianAmericans and IndoCaribbeans
274
TurkishAmericans
276
UkrainianAmericans
278
VietnameseAmericans
280
Wampanoag
285
WelshAmericans
287
Zuni
288
HOW TO KNEAD
291
THEY ALL STUFFED CABBAGE
293
THEY ALL FRIED BEAN CAKES
295
THEY ALL FRIED DOUGH
296
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
299
INDEX OF REDIPES BY STATES
305
INDEX
311
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MARK H. ZANGER is a longtime restaurant critic for the Boston Phoenix under the name Robert Nadeau, and a veteran Boston journalist. He is a former executive editor of Cooks Illustrated magazine. He has written and edited for various newspapers, online services, and magazines. Zanger is the author of Robert Nadeaus Guide to Boston Restaurants and of a chapter on Boston restaurants in Fodors 98.

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