Culinary Arts Subject Guide LRC@TCC
Scope: Food, Food Preparation, Food Service,
Call number areas to browse:
|Nutrition, Foods, Food Supply TX 341-612
||Food Handling TX 533
|Gastronomy TX 631-641
||Biographies, General Works TX 649-652.9
|Equipment, Appliances, Utensils TX 656-658
||Study and Teaching TX 661-669
|Cooking Processes TX 681-693
||General Cookbooks TX 645-840
|Cookbooks, by Country TX 716-725
||Entertaining and Holidays TX 739-740.5
|Baking and Confectionary TX 761-799
||Vegetables, Cereals, Fruits, Beverages TX 801-819
|Quantity Cookery TX 820
||Hospitality Industry TX 901-946.5
|Food History GT 2850-2853
||Food Industry HD 9000-9490
|Food Processing and Manufacturing TP 368-456
Fermentation industries. Beverages. Alcohol TP 500-660
Keywords to search: cookery, hospitality, food, nutrition, recipes, menus, cooks, chefs, diet, nutrition, food preservation, baking, types of food(appetizers, casseroles, meat, seafood, vegetables, cereals, fruit,etc.), candy making, cake decorating, herbs and spices, kitchen utensils.
Subjects to search (Library of Congress):
||Food Industry and Trade
||Food Adulteration & Inspection
||Food Safety Measures
||Caterers and catering
||Wine and Wine Making
Books. Periodicals, and Audiovisuals in our catalog: Use library subject headings and keywords in the library catalog to locate books, periodicals and audiovisuals owned by the library. You can limit your search by campus holdings, language and format (books, computer files, visual materials, etc.).
Online Reference E-Books:
An A-Z of Food and Drink- Over 1,300 entries from absinthe to zabaglione, this dictionary reveals the origin, meaning, and development of a host of gastronomic terms.
A Dictionary of Food and Nutrition -
This dictionary is intended for anyone who enjoys food and would like a handy, non-technical guide to the terms they encounter on food labels, in advertising, or in the media. With entries on food groups as diverse as shellfish (abalone, whelks) and condiments (mignonette, salsa) and clear explanations of technical terms such as hyperalimentation and Zeocarb, the dictionary is the most comprehensive of its kind.
Library Online Database Resources:
Hospitality & Tourism Complete -
Subject areas covered include the culinary arts, demographics & statistics, development & investment, food & beverage management, hospitality law, hotel management & administrative practices, leisure & business travel, market trends, technology and more.
Business Source Complete -
Coverage includes virtually all subject areas related to business, including the restaurant and hospitality industry.
Factiva -Industry information on manufacturing, processing or distribution of food products and the hospitality industry.
American Culinary Federations -
The goal of the AFC is "to make a positive difference for culinarians through education, apprenticeship, and certification." Find information about events and awards, online services, publications, professional development and more. http://www.acfchefs.org/
The International Association for Food Protection -
is a non-profit association of food safety professionals. Comprised of a diverse membership of over 3,000 Members from 50 nations, the Association is dedicated to the education and service of its Members, as well as industry personnel. http://www.foodprotection.org/
National Restaurant Association -- The National Restaurant Association is the leading business association for the restaurant industry. This site provides access to industry news, industry research, food safety & nutrition information and more! http://www.restaurant.org/
The Research Chefs Association -
is the leading professional community for food research and development. http://www.culinology.com/
Comprehensive site for professional bakers with online articles, recipes, news, events, education, and more. http://bakery-net.com/
Society of Wine Educators - The site of this non-profit educational group provides access to the SWE
newsletter, information about educational opportunities and information about the SWE Annual Conference.
Tastings - This is the site of the Beverage Tasting Institute, an organization founded in 1981 with the objective of producing fair and impartial wine reviews for consumers. The site provides some information about beer and spirits, but primarily focuses on wine. Users can access a food and wine matching guide, wine reviews, a wine dictionary and more. The site provides the ability to search for wine, beer and spirits as well.
International Food Information Council - This searchable site of the IFIC Foundation provides food safety and nutrition information. The Student section section of the site provides access to a variety of educational publications, which can be downloaded and printed for free.
Wine Institute - Advocacy association of California wineries. Includes industry statistics and links. http://www.wineinstitute.org/
Association for the Study of Food & Society - The Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS) is a multidisciplinary international organization dedicated to exploring the complex relationships among food, culture, and society. ASFS considers wide range if issues such as: Food Policy, Food Habits, Food Programs, Eating Behaviors, Marketplace Ethics, Applied Nutrition, Food Distribution. http://www.food-culture.org/
& Nutrition Information Center - provides a directory to credible,
accurate, and practical resources for consumers, nutrition and health
professionals, educators and government personnel. Visitors can find
printable format educational materials, government reports, research
papers and more. From the USDA. http://www.fda.gov/Food/default.htm
Integrated Food Safety Information Delivery System - Food service employee training for food handling. Fact sheets available in 13 languages. Maintained by the Food and Consumer Safety Bureau of the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals. http://www.profoodsafety.org/
Nutrition.gov - Resources and information on nutrition and food safety. Sponsored by the US Department of Agriculture. http://www.nutrition.gov/
US Census Bureau: Monthly Retail Trade and Food Services - This site provides access to food service statistics. Information about the survey, including an overview of the program and the sample design, is also included. http://www.census.gov/mrts/www/nmrtshist.html
Food Safety Streaming Videos - From the Public Health Website of Seattle and King's County, these streaming videos cover a variety of food safety topics. Although some include Washington state-specific material, most are general and applicable nationwide. Real Player is required to view streaming video and high-speed Internet connection is recommended.
Food Glossaries and Dictionaries - Many interesting and helpful sites with food definitions and explanations. http://www.glossarist.com/glossaries/lifestyle/food.asp
Epicurious: the World’s Greatest Recipe Collection - Over 15,000 recipes compiled from Gourmet and Bon Appétit magazines from the 1990s to the present. Includes food and wine dictionaries. http://www.epicurious.com/
Cook's Thesaurus -
Compiled by Lori Alden, The Cook's Thesaurus suggests substitutions for thousands of cooking ingredients, including low-calorie and low-fat alternatives for dieters, inexpensive substitutes for gourmets on a budget, and innovative replacements for hard-to-find ethnic ingredients. It also notes the drawbacks of many substitutes, so you can decide if it's worth the bother to track down the exact item your recipe recommends. http://www.switcheroo.com/
The Food Timeline -
This amazing website is from the Morris County Library in New Jersey. The site provides a food timeline, and corresponding recipes, if they have them. Each individual food item is hyperlinked with more information. This is truly worth looking at! http://www.gti.net/mocolib1/kid/food.html
Not by Bread Alone: America's Culinary Heritage -
From the Rare and Manuscripts collection at Cornell comes this fascinating website that covers all kinds of history of our country and food. http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/food/default.htm
Spices: Exotic Flavors and Medicines -
This site from the UCLA Darling Biomedical Library examines spices in both cooking and medicine and provides an informative and illustrated spice table. http://unitproj.library.ucla.edu/biomed/spice/index.cfm
Pastry Chef Central - Professional resource for pastry chefs including recipes, assistance from other pastry chefs, and a directory of baking sites. http://www.pastrychef.com/
Star Chefs - Lives and works of world renowned chefs. http://starchefs.com/
Web directory for hoteliers, hospitality, catering, culinary professionals with over 7500 links. http://www.ehotelier.com/
Cookstr.com is a new cooking beta site dedicated to providing our users with great recipes from the best chefs and cookbook authors.
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