For the home chef, entering the Radcliffe College’s Schlesinger Library is like stumbling upon a thousand kitchen secrets. About one-fifth of the library’s collection is culinary related: ancient cookbooks, historical food journals and amusing commercial food pamphlets. Among the rare finds are the very first cookbook written by a woman, back in 1679, and Julia Child’s private papers.
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