Digital History - Histoire Numérique

Full Reference List

Kitchener Public Library. “12 Cookbooks: Out of Old Ontario Kitchens,” n.d.

305 Tested Recipes. Toronto, ON: Ladies’ Aid Society of High Park Avenue Methodist Church, 1924.

Aunt Hanna’s War-Time and Peace-Time Recipes. Toronto, ON, 1918.

Bock, Gordon. “The History of Old Stoves.” Old House Online, July 13, 2021.

Library and Archives Canada. “Bon Appétit! A Celebration of Canadian Cookbooks,” 2005.

B.Y.P.U. Cook Book Prepared by the Ladies of the Parry Sound Baptist Church. Parry Sound, ON: Ireland A. Bundy, Printers, 1899.

Choice Recipes from Ladies’ Aid and Friends for the Talent Worker’s Fund of St. Giles Presbyterian Church. Hamilton, ON: F. G. Smith, 1909.

“Christmas Dinner in the 19th Century: U of T Food Historians Consider What Traditions Remain the Same,” n.d.

“City of Ottawa Archives: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Finding Aid,” February 14, 2019.

Cobalt Souvenir and Cook Book. Cobalt, ON: “Ladies Aid” Presbyterian Church, 1908.

Cooke, Nathalie. “Cookbooklets and Canadian Kitchens” 70 (June 6, 2009).

“Cookery Books in Context,” n.d.

Culinary Landmarks. 3rd ed. Sault Ste. Marie, 1909.

Gems of Fancy Cookery. Goderich, ON: F. Jordan, 1890.

Goldenberg, Susan. “Cooking with Nellie,” December 13, 2016.

Gould, Jillian. “Toronto Blueberry Buns: History, Community, Memory,” January 1, 2003.

Hoodless, J, and M. U. Watson. Public School Household Sciences. Guelph, ON: The Copp, Clark Company, Limited, 1905.

Inness, Sherrie A. Dinner Roles : American Women and Culinary Culture, 2001.

Irish Stew From 1900 & The Irish Potato Famine, n.d.

Macoun, William Tyrrell. The Potato and Its Culture: With List of Varieties Found Most Useful. Vol. 49. Ottawa Department of Agriculture, 1910.

Magnet Users Cook Book. Hamilton, ON: Petrie Mfg. Co., 1910.

Over Three Hundred Tried Recipes from Ladies of First Congregational Church. Hamilton, ON: H. A. Martin, 1911.

Parker, Eliza R. Economical Housekeeping: A Complete System of Household Management. Toronto, ON: J. S. Robertson & Bros., 1886.

Read, Jessie. Three Meals a Day. 1st ed. Toronto, ON, 1934.

———. Three Meals a Day. 2nd ed. Toronto, ON, 1935.

Culinary Historians of Canada. “Research Sources: Canadian Cookbooks Online,” n.d.

Rumble, Victoria R. “Soup Through the Ages: A Culinary History with Period Recipes.” Popular Culture 42, no. 6 (December 2, 2009). file:///Users/slytherinno.1/Downloads/pdfcoffee.com_soup-through-the-ages-a-culinary-history-with-period-recipes-pdf-free.pdf.

“Soups and Stews FAQ,” n.d.

St. Thomas Y.W.C.A Cook Book. St Thomas, ON: The Journal Press, n.d.

Stull, Scott D. “Experimental Archaeology as Participant Observation: A Perspective from Medieval Food,” November 20, 2017.

Summers, John. “Beyond  Brown  Bread  and  Oatmeal  Cookies:  New  Directions  for  Historic  Kitchens” 27 (January 1, 1988).

Tapper, James. “Dig In! Archaeologists Serve up Ancient Menus for Modern Tables.” The Guardian, August 11, 2019.

Tested Cook Book, Recipes by the Ladies of St. Andrew’s Church. Burks Falls, ON: Arrow Presses, 1903.

The Capital Cookbook. Ottawa, ON: Ladies’ Home Missionary Society of St. Andrew’s Church, 1905.

The Cook Not Mad; Or Rational Cookery. Kingston, ON: James Macfarlane, 1831.

The Dominion Home Cook Book. Toronto, ON: Adam Miller, 1868.

The New Galt Cook Book. Toronto, ON: George J. McLeod, Limited Publishers, 1898.

Tivy, Mary. “Museums, Visitors and the Reconstruction of the Past in Ontario.” Material Culture Review, no. 37 (1993): 35–51.

Tried and Tested Recipes Collected and Compiled by The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Talbot St. Baptist Church. London, ON: A. Talbot & Co., 1912.

Tried! Tested! Proven! The Home Cook Book. Toronto, ON: The Musson Book Co., Limited, 1881.

Wilton Grove Women’s Institute Cookbook. London, ON: Henry & Golerick The Printers, 1912.


Full Reference List