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Culinary Arts

Librarian

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Nancy Noe
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Finding Information

To find information within the field of Culinary Arts, begin with the Discovery Search on the libraries homepage, then limit results by using the facets on the left.  The Discovery Search provides access to books, articles, media and more.

Articles may also be found by searching the databases below.

NOTE: If you are searching off-campus, you will need to login with your AU global ID and password.

Culinary Arts

Industry Information

Consumer Demographics

Where to find Cookbooks in the Library

RBD Library  (Fourth Floor)  

TX353 Food History

TX360-TX361 Diet, food supply of countries and groups

TX369-TX370 Natural foods, junk foods

TX371-TX407 Meats, dairy, vegetables, vegetarianism, cereals, spices, condiments

TX501-TXTX549 Food analysis, composition, methods of analysis

TX551-TX560 Food values, dietary studies, specific foods, constituents

TX563-TX597 Food adulteration, residues, impurities

TX599-TX612 Home food preservation and storage

TX631-TX641 Gastronomy

TX642-TX840 Cookery

TX645 Cookery-history

TX653-TX658 Kitchens, cooking equipment, utensils

TX703-TX713 Cookbooks, early to 1800

TX714 Cookbooks, general, 1800-present

TX715 Cookbooks, 1800-present, American, Canadian

TX715 Cookbooks, 1800-present, world

TX727 Menus, bills of fare

TX731-TX740 Cookery- entertaining, holidays and special occasions

TX741-TX759 Cookery – foods of animal origin

TX761-TX799 Cookery – baking and confectionery

TX801-TX814 Cookery – vegetables, cereals, fruits, nuts

TX814-TX817 Beverages

TX820-TX840 Cookery – special variations (Barbecue, institutional, food processor, etc.)

TX901-TX985 Hospitality industry 

Maps of RBD Library

 

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a Web-based search engine that enables you to search for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts, and articles from academic publishers, professional societies, university repositories, etc.  Google Scholar is also useful for verifying citations.  
 
Try your search below, or access Google Scholar from the library's Articles and Databases page to view full text content available from AU Libraries.
    Google Scholar Search