Jessica Lacher-Feldman

The importance of community cookbooks as cultural documents is the subject of this week’s program on Alabama Arts Radio.  Anne Kimzey, folklorist with the Alabama State Council on the Arts, interviews Jessica Lacher-Feldman, curator of rare books and special collections at the University of Alabama’s Hoole Library.  Lacher-Feldman discusses a number of cookbooks, recipes, and illustrations included in their Alabama Collection and the Lupton African American Cookbook Collection

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