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Man food; recipes from the iron trade, Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark.

9780817354510

Man food; recipes from the iron trade, Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark.

U. of Alabama Press

2007

74 pages

$14.95

Paperback

TX715

This book contains 44 recipes from ironworkers at Sloss Furnaces, gathered by Russell Hunt, editor of Pig Iron Rough Notes, a company magazine. Hunt put together the recipes in the "Gentlemen Cooks" feature of the magazine beginning in 1939, all on the theme of outdoor cooking and using equipment made of iron. The recipes have introductions written along with them that give a flavor of the era.

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