Always Enough, Recipes from the Mattox House in Greenfield Village, 1996

Summary

This cookbook contains information and recipes from written sources and the oral histories of Mattox family members and their neighbors. It was created for cooking demonstrations at the Mattox family home originally from Bryan County, Georgia, now in Greenfield Village. The cookbook's title, taken from directly the oral histories, is a proud affirmation of this African American family's resourceful lifestyle.

This cookbook contains information and recipes from written sources and the oral histories of Mattox family members and their neighbors. It was created for cooking demonstrations at the Mattox family home originally from Bryan County, Georgia, now in Greenfield Village. The cookbook's title, taken from directly the oral histories, is a proud affirmation of this African American family's resourceful lifestyle.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Printing (Process)

Color

Blue

Dimensions

Height: 8.438 in

Width: 5.313 in

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