Food for Thought, Episode 3

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In this special three-part series from Death and Numbers, we’re cracking open cookbooks and archival records to learn about the bond between food and text. 

The final episode uses the recipe collection to represent the sometimes haphazard, but often meaningful associations created around our closest relationships with food.

Lucille B. Smith’s Treasure Chest of Fine Foods, 1941, Baylor Texas Collection
Artaway Filmore’s Lone Star Cook Book and Meat Special (From the Slaughter Pen to the Dining Room Table), Hotel Lubbock, 1929, Baylor Texas Collection
Artaway Filmore’s Lone Star Cook Book and Meat Special (From the Slaughter Pen to the Dining Room Table), Hotel Lubbock, 1929, Baylor Texas Collection

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