Heard In The Kitchen Cookbook: Museum Guild Phoenix Arizona
Heard In The Kitchen cookbook from the Museum Guild of Phoenix, Arizona offers 400 recipes with Old and New World foods from a variety of cuisines. These include some Native American recipe as well.
Format: Hardcover spiral bound, 276 pages. First printing
Publisher: The Heard Museum Guild
Author: The Heard Museum Guild Cookbook Committee Members
Description: The Heard Museum was founded in 1929 by Dwight B. and Maie Bartlett Heard, who were avid collectors of native artifacts and art, especially of the Southwest. The Heards built the Museum in order to share their exemplary collection. Today, The Heard Museum is internationally recognized for its collections of artifacts documenting the history of southwestern Native Americans. Equally impressive are the Museum's collections of historical and contemporary paintings and sculpture by native artists. Each year, thousands of visitors come to the Museum to experience its innovative exhibits, its entertaining events, and its thought-provoking education programs and workshops.
This publication includes more than 400 recipes which utilize many of the Old and New World foods in today's varied cuisines, as well as, traditional Native American recipes. Section dividers provide a brief history of the New World foods discovered by Columbus. Also interspersed throughout the book are vignettes on nutritious Native foods still being used by Native Americans in the Southwest.
Condition: Good condition.