- Principles of Making Fruit-Jellies (1925)
- Cooking for a big crowd? Dessert (and other) recipes for 50 or more people, Roaring 20's-style: Serving in Large Quantities (1925)
- The Influence of Various Factors, Including Altitude, in the Production of an Angel Food Cake (1930)
- Simple Desserts (1930)
- Baking Quick Breads and Cakes at High Altitudes (1932)
- Baking Angel Food Cake at Any Altitude (1935)
- Preparing and Baking Yellow Sponge Cake at Different Altitudes (1940)
- Mile-High Cakes (1954; available for checkout in print)
- Cookie Recipes from a Basic Mix for High Altitudes (1975)
- Making Jellies at Home (1990)
- Quick Mixes for High Altitude Baking (1992)
- Fruits of Your Labor: A Cookbook for Windbreak Fruits (1998)
- Candy Making at High Altitude (2012)
Time Machine Tuesday: The Sweeter Side of Colorado History
By Amy Zimmer - February 13, 2018
If you've lived in Colorado for any length of time, chances are you own a copy of the Colorado Cache Cookbook or one of the other cookbo...
One of the great novelists of the twentieth century, James A. Michener, set one of his best-known novels right here in Colorado. Michener ...
At our library we often get questions about where to find a listing of salaries for state-funded university faculty and staff. Many univers...
Whether you're on a road trip or exploring your own neighborhood, roadside markers and "point of interest" signs are a fun way...
January 21 has been designated Squirrel Appreciation Day (I don't make this stuff up). The cute, fuzzy creatures with their amusing acr...