Book Collections & Bibliographies
The following links are book collections and bibliographies that may contain commentaries of books of interest.
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Academia Barilla Gastronomic Library
The Academia Barilla Gastronomic Library is home to real masterpieces from the history of Italian gastronomy. The books are currently available to the public at the on-site library in the Academia Barilla Culinary Center. To further promote the culture of food and Italian cuisine, Academia Barilla has published a series of the collection in digital format, allowing people to view the books freely online. The digital library will grow with time, ultimately becoming a full collection of historic Italian food writing.
The Sifter - Search the World of Food
The Sifter is a publicly available searchable database and is designed to be a tool to aid in finding, identifying and comparing historical and contemporary writing on food and related topics.
Online Medieval Sources Bibliography
An Annotated Bibliography of Printed and Online Primary Sources for the Middle Ages
Historical Culinary & Brewing Documents Online
Online Culinary History Network project to online research library and network of historical culinary texts, dating from earliest times to the year 1700.
COOKBOOKS on ENCYCLOPÆDIA IRANICA FOUNDATION
Books in Persian exclusively devoted to the preparation of food
Helewyse de Birkestad Bibliography on Italian Cooking Manuscripts
A brief bibliography containing many of the wonderful and interesting Italian cooking manuscripts yet to be translated into English with comments and availability.
Medieval Cookery - Online Cookbooks
A list of texts freely available online relating to medieval food and cooking.
Cookbooks, Culinary Arts, Culinary History : Cookbook Collections
Resources for celebrating and examining foodways through cookbooks and other food research and writing
Monumenta Culinaria et Diaetetica Historica
Corpus of culinary & dietetic texts of Europe from the Middle Ages to 1800 by Thomas Gloning