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From The Oxford Handbook of Food History, this article, by Ken Albala, discusses cookbooks as historical documents. It provides suggestions on how to approach and interpret them, as well as questions that you should ask when working with them.
Introduction to the book, De la página al plato. El libro de cocina en España, by María Paz Moreno. This article introduces her book, but also provides ideas on how to interpret and analyze a cookbook.