- 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
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...
Today we often think of early settlers coming to Colorado seeking wealth, but in fact, just as many -- if not more -- were seeking health. ...
January 21 has been designated Squirrel Appreciation Day (I don't make this stuff up). The cute, fuzzy creatures with their amusing acr...
This is the time of year when many Coloradans are looking forward to getting back out on the hiking trails. It's also the time of yea...