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Support the UW Oshkosh Women's Center by purchasing Cooking Up A Revolution: A Feminist Tale of Food and Talking Back
This beautifully constructed spiral bound book contains 60 recipes and was created by Eliza Farrow and M. Geneva Murray, PhD


Our Kitchen Cookbook


Some time ago, many persons in both the University and the Oshkosh community generously gave their time and energy to collect recipes to create the “Our Kitchen Cookbook.” This beautiful spiral bound cookbook features 462 recipes. Each recipe features the donors’ names, where available, and may include the ethnic origin of the recipe so you can easily locate select origins or friends and neighbors who may have submitted a recipe.
Some recipes are spicy, some are bold, and some are family secrets from times of old. Each recipe has its own unique blend of ingredients, setting it apart from all other recipes. Similarly, the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence is a recipe of diversity, a unique blend of individuals from different backgrounds and various walks of life. By reading through the recipes in this cookbook, you are not only looking through a blend of recipes, but through an entire world of individuals.
The recipes in this cookbook therefore are a lot like people; each one has its own personality, ingredients and characteristics. It seems only fitting, then, that the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence, a gathering of worldwide people, gathers and publishes a collection of recipes from around the world.