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Articles - New York Herald Tribune, 1930-1945

Box  Folder
43   01    1932 Jan 03, "Catering to the Crowd"
     02    1933 Jul 16, "Picnics on a Large Scale"
     03    1933 Nov 26, "Toys for Young Housekeepers"
     04    1934 Feb 11, "Your Winter Week Ends"
     05    1934 Apr 15, "Let's Pitch Our Tents"
     06    1934 Apr 22, "All Aboard, Kitchen"
     07    1934 May 20, "On Nature's Tablecloth"
     08    1934 Oct 21, "Bewitching the Halloween Eats"
     09    1936 Sep 27, "Turning Cooking Into Fun: Food New Columns Report Rare
             Discoveries and Prices"
     10    1936 Dec 11, "Pre-Cooked Southern Ham Packaged for Holiday Gifts"
     11    1936, "Christmas Puddings and Cakes Here From All Over the World"
     12    1937 Jul 19, "Swedish Cooks Will Hurry Forth Today for Green Bay Crawfish"
     13    1937 Sep 11, "Butterscotch Pudding Joins Ready-Mixed Dessert Line" 
             (Mrs Peter A. Vasilieff, West 119th Street, New York and Joseph Gyomber)
     14    1937 Oct 10, "What's New in the Food Line?  Almost Everything, as
             Witness What the Market Scouts Observe"
     15    1938 May 11, "Irradiated Milk Offers Daily Source of Sunshine Vitamin D"
             (Dr. Harry Steenbock, University of Wisconsin; Dr. Alfred Hess,
             Columbia University; and L. J. Auerbacher)
     16    1938 Jul 05, "Hungarian Store Offers Spices That Provide Piquant Seasoning"
     17    1938 Aug 11, "Fresh Goat Milk From a Herd On Long Island Delivered Daily"
             (Dr. J. C. Stevenson, Cornell Veterinary College)
     18    1939 Jan 09, "21-Pound Lobster and a Porpoise Are Exhibited in
             Seafood Market"
     19    1939 Feb 20, "Observing New Year's Day of 4637 in Chinatown Here"
     20    1939 Feb 23, "Traditions of Southern Cooking Kept Alive by Georgia Woman"
     21    1939 Mar 09, "Native Coon Cheese Receives Praise From Visiting Gourmet"
     22    1939 Mar 18, "Culinary Herb Exhibits Arouse Flower Show Visitor's interest"
     23    1939 Mar 21, "Viennese Salties Are Titbits That Go well With Cocktails"
     24    1939 Mar 30, "Ice Cubes in Rainbow Colors Sold in Tubs for Easter Parties"
     25    1939 Apr 04, "Fresh long Island Ducklings Arriving for Easter Market"
     26    1939 Apr 13 "First-run Maple Syrup in Town As Annual Harvest of Sap Begins"
     27    1939 Apr 21, "Pizza Pies Offer Savory Snack For Midnight Parties at Home"
     28    1939 Apr 30, "Cuisine of World at the Fair"
     29    1939 May 26, "Molting Crabs, Canned or Fresh, Broiled or Fried, Are
             Treat Now"
     30    1939 Jun 01, "Americans Hold World Record In Consumption of Iced Tea"
     31    1939 Jun 10, "Home Cook Bakes Gingerbread For Hyde Park Royal Picnic"
     32    1939 Jul 01, "Philippine Singer Prepares Repertoire of Native Dishes"
     33    1939 Jul 07, "Fish Resembling Farm Animals Find A Ready Market Here"
     34    1939 Aug 22, "Barbecue Gains in Popularity Over Old-Fashioned Clambake"
     35    1939 Sep 08, "Rare China Tea Imports Cease, And Retail Supplies Run Low"
     36    1939 Sep 14, "Squash of Dozen Varieties in Market for Autumn Menus"
     37    1939 Sep 23, "Herb Dishes That Made Inn Noted During Depression Are Offered"
     38    1939 Oct 05, "Cape Cod Clam Chowder Kitchen Puts up the Real Thing in Cans"
     39    1939 Oct 06, "First Autumn Game shipments Arrive From Warring Europe"
     40    1939 Oct 13, "Smoked and Sherried Chickens Are Cured by Colonial Recipe"
     41    1939 Oct 29, "City's Inspection, Zealous Eye Gets More Food for your Money"
     42    1939 Oct 30, "Coffee Sampling in village Eight-Item Shop"
     43    1939 Nov 16, "Master Carver Talks Turkey And Demonstrates his Art"
     44    1939 Nov 17, "Pilgrims' Wild Turkey flocks Strut on Long Island Reserve"
     45    1939 Nov 23, "Pilgrim Traditions rule Thanksgiving Feasts"
     46    1939, "Date Cream Spreads a Feature Of Irak's Restaurant at Fair"
     47    1939, "Explorer's Mentor Gives Tip For Packing Camp Supplies"
     48    1939, "Football Lunch Pack Offered for the Games"
     49    1939, "Spinner of Sugar Weaves Nests Of Silver for Halloween Dessert"
     50    1940 Feb 15, "Cheshire and Cheddar Cheeses Arrive as Twins From London"
     51    1940 Feb, "War Forces Sons of St. Patrick To Use Canadian Bacon at Dinner"
     52    1940 Mar 08, "Brooklyn Bridge Caverns Hold 8 Million pounds of
             Surplus Fish"
     53    1940 Mar 29, "Hudson River Shad Signal Spring Is on Way"
     54    1940 Apr 09, "Marie Brings Sorrentino Grocery to New York"
     55    1940 Apr 19, "Fresh-Water Fish by the Ton Arrive From West for Passover"
     56    1940 May 02, "Frogs' Legs Leap to Fore as Oysters Depart"
     57    1940 May 03, "Hudson Shad Catches Largest On Record for Last 25 Years"
     58    1940 May 28, "Fair Fondue Party Starts Cheese Dunking Fad"
     59    1940 Jun 22, "'Give-a-Dime' Dinner in French to Aid Refugees"
             (Mrs. Frederick H. Ecker, president of the board of the American-
             French War Relief, Inc.)
     60    1940 Jun 24, "Philadelphia Scrapple Welcomes the Delegates
     61    1940 Jul 05, "Offer 'Give-a-Dime' Relief Menu"
     62    1940 Jul 09, "This Home-Type Ice Cream Stirs Memories"
     63    1940 Jul 11, "Woman's Vision Produced Giant Blueberry"
     64    1940 Jul 12, "'Give-a-Dime' Menus Net $355 for War Relief"
     65    1940 Oct 15, "Watercress King Markets Half of U. S. Output"
             (C. E. Dennis, Martinsburg, West Virginia)
     66    1940 Oct 27, "U.S. Specialties Replace Foods Stopped by Way"
     67    1940 Nov 15, "Shrimps, 5th Among Sea Foods, In From South"
     68    1940, "Belgian Women Draft 'Give-a-Dime' Relief Menu"
     69    1940, "Chinese Observe Native New Year With Feast"
     70    1940, "Nightly 'Crab Express' Brings 2,000 Dozen . . ."
     71    1940, "Philadelphia Scrapple Welcomes the Delegate"
     72    1940, "Recipes Listed for 'Give a-Dime' Dutch Dinner
     73    1940, "Vanishing Imported Delicacies Replaced by American Luxuries"
     74    1941 Feb 07, "'Fortified' Bread Ready for Defense Standards"
     75    1941 Feb 13, "Maine Clam Chowder, Here, Fit for Native Sons"
     76    1941 Feb 14, "Yoghurt, Balkan Milk Food, Now Made Here"
     77    1941 Apr 01, "First Fresh L. I. Ducks of Season Here Today"
     78    1941 Apr 09, "'First-Run' Maple Goes on Sale Here"
     79    1941 May 05, "Smorgasbord: What to Select And How to Eat Swedish Foods"
     80    1941 May 08, "Maine Shipment Opens Fiddlehead Season"
     81    1941 May 19, "New Waxing Process Reduces Loss of Flavor in Citrus Fruits"
     82    1941 May 20, "Food Distributers Give 'Cuttings' Similar to Teas Held
             by Women"
     83    1941 Jun 03, "Country Shortcakes Offered For Nostalgic City Dwellers"
     84    1941 Jul 19, "Belgian Brings Europe's Marzipans to 5th Av."
     85    1941 Jul 22, "Crayfish Season Brings Raids By Night Parties in Bronx River"
     86    1941 Jul 26, "Macaroni in 75 Shapes in a First Avenue Shop"
     87    1941 Jul 29, "Barbecue Goes Hawaiian as Luau Invades East"
     88    1941 Sep 08, "Stew Bar Offers a Bouillabaisse That Is Real"
     89    1941 Oct 08, "Vanilla-Bean Pronouncements Stir Up Tempest"
     90    1941 Nov 22, "Goat's Milk Comes to City From Westchester" 
             (Julius J. Goldstein)
     91    1941, "Haggis Awaits Burns Anniversary Parties"
     92    1941, "Vanilla Supply Will Suffice, bu Prices Are Up"
     93    1942 Jan 03, "British Offer War-Time Recipes to U. S. Cooks"
             (Professor Winifred Cullis, head of the Women's Section of the
             British Library Information, Rockefeller Center)
     94    1942 Jan 10, "Thousands of Fat L.I. Oysters Delight Gourmets at Dinner"
     95    1942 Feb 21, "Bouillabaisse, Snails Bring Fame to Restaurant"
     96    1942 Feb 24, "Novelty Shop Revives Sweets of Yesteryear"
     97    1942 Mar 17, "50 White-Robed Rabbis Direct Baking of Passover Matzoths"
     98    1942 Apr 08, "Spring Brings Berries and Greens to Diners"
     99    1942 Jun 04, "Sea Scallops Win Favor on New York Tables"
     100   1942 Jun 25, "Foods of Brazil Abound in a Brooklyn Grocery"
     101   1942, Jul 18, "French Market Dresses Rabbits For Home Cooks' Civet of Hare"
             (Jeanne Owen)
     102   1942 Jul 20, "Pasteurized Crabmeat Is Introduced in City"
     103   1942 Aug 11, "The 'Knishe Queen' in an Expansive Mood"
     104   1942 Sep 12, "'Life - of - Party' Tea Brewed From Herbs"
     105   1942 Oct 19, "Nut Bowls Brimming as Fall Harvest Arrives"
     106   1942 Nov 06, "Cooking the Kidney Has Become Timely Art"
             (Esther Foley and chef Henri Carpenter)
     107   1942 Nov 09, "Bleecker Street Mirrors Markets of Old World"
     108   1942 Nov 13, "Culinary Hero of Valley Forge, Tripe Goes on Way Duty Again"
     109   1942 Nov 22, "Food Styles Advance a Decade Under Press of Way Necessity"
     110   1942 Nov 26, "Don't Worry About the Thanksgiving Dinner"
     111   1942 Dec 10, "Dutchess Farm's Christmas Sausage in Town" 
             (Mrs. A. W. Reed)
     112   1942, "East Side Shop Boasts Fish for Bouillabaisse"
     113   1942, "Haggis To Be Piped to Table in Burns's Honor"
     114   1943 Jan 25, "Turtle Steak Here to Pinch-Hit for Scarce Beef"
     115   1943 Mar 20, "Haman Tash'n Buns Arrive Today for Purim"
     116   1943 Apr 30, "Shad Running in the Hudson, Fishermen Are Working Fast"
     117   1943 May 18, "Magic Tablet Makes Ice cream From Thin Milk"
             (Vivian McCracken)
     118   1943 May 22, "Clam Feast Brings Offer of Special Recipes"
     119   1943 May 26, "Backyard Rabbitries Bolster Meat Supplies"
             (Ted Steel, Orangeburg, New York)
     120   1943 Jun 01, "Sprouted Soy Beans Ideal for Kitchen Garden"
             (Dr. C. M. McCay, professor in the School of Nutrition at Cornell University)
     121   1943 Jun 03, "Syrian Supper Suggested for Large Parties"
             (Saber Khouri)
     122   1943 Jul 08, "State-Sponsored Soy Bread Arrives on Market"
     123   1943 Jul 10, "Prepared Curry Sauce King of Condiments"
     124   1943 Sep 14, "New Blended Shortening Unites Meat Fats With Vegetable Oils"
     125   1943 Sep 18, "Cranberries Arrive to Add Zest to Dull Meals"
     126   1943 Oct 01, "Soy Beans to Show Off at Meeting in Cleveland"
             (Helen McGuckin; Malcolm L. and Mary McGuckin, Columbus, Ohio; Dr.
             Bruno Gebhard, director of the Health Museum, Cleveland, Ohio)
     127   1943 Dec 27, "Avocados, Once a Luxury Fruit, Go Plebeian"
     128   1944 Apr 08, "Long Island Ships 300,000 Lbs. of Fresh Duck"
             (Eugene Lily, Colorado Springs, Colorado)
     129   1944 Jul 05, "Air-Borne Lettuce Arrives From California"
             (Dr. R. W. Hoeker, Los Angeles, California; Colonel Edward S.
             Evans, Detroit, Michigan; Mark Hopkins, president of Williams
             College; D. J. Scott, T. W. A. first officer; and Helen Peizer,
             hostess T. W. A.)
     130   1944 Aug 15, "Yellow Midget Corn Can Be Grown on a Roof"
             (Mrs. Roger Stefan, Central Park South, New York; Jack Johnson,
             garden editor of New York Herald Tribune; and brief history of corn)
     131   1944 Nov 15, "City Fish Dealers Inaugurate World-of-Tomorrow Shop Plan"
     132   1945 Feb 08, "Diamondback Terrapin Holds Own as a Treat for Epicures"
     133   1945 Feb 17, "Morino's Restaurant Boasts 'Freshest Fish on the Island'"
     134   1945 Feb 28, "Savory Stuffed Hears Whet Appetites on Meat Menu Days"
             (Elizabeth Condit, Flushing, New York; Mrs. C. Lloyd Cain, East
             72nd Street, New York; The Vendome Table Delicacies, 415 Madison
             Ave., New York; and Esposito's Market, 444 6th Ave., New York)
     135   1945 Mar 07, "Wide Array of Kosher Foods Ready for Feast of Passover"
             (William Titon of R. H. Macy's; Rabbi M. Hirsch, San Francisco,
             California; and Rabbi J. D. Fain, Portland, Oregon)
     136   1945 Apr 20, "Shad Run in Hudson Suggest Today's Menu"
     137   1945 May 25, "Boneless, Meaty Fish Fillets a Friday Treat"
     138   1945 Jun 06, "Frankfurters Forsaking Buns For Overcoats of Yeast Dough"
             (Ebba Swanson, W. 34th St., New York; Pat Winter, Juniper Hills,
             Canaan, Connecticut; and Preston C. Cummings, Barre, Vermont)
     139   1945 Jul 15, "Food For Conversation"
             (William A. Brockwell, manager Congress restaurant; and Speaker
             Joe Cannon of Illinois)
     140   1945 Jul 28, "Ready-Made Lunches Simplify Tasks of the Week-End Picnic"
             (Minette of Washington Square, 175 McDougal Street, New York City,
             New York)
     141   1945 Sep 25, "Russian Caviar Again Lends Zest to Snacks"
     142   1945 Nov 22, "Thanksgiving Still Holds to the Pilgrim Menu"
     143   1945 Dec 16, "Food For Conversation" 
             (Yuletide menu)
     144   1945 Dec 22, "Just Another Restaurant Until Food Appears"
     145   1945 Dec 31, "Lindy's Specialties Wrapped to Take Home"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1946-1947
44   01    1946 Jan 02, "What to Eat: Constant Challenge To Inventiveness of Housewife"
     02    1946 Jan 03, "New Frigid-Dough Fruit Pies Make Bow Here"
     03    1946 Jan 04, "New Ideas Offered for Baked-Potato Fillings"
     04    1946 Jan 05, "Grotto on East Side Serves Up Good Italian Dishes With Gusto"
     05    1946 Jan 07, "Former Colony Chef opens Own Pastry Shop"
     06    1946 Jan 08, "Spicy marinade Is Called Key To Taste in Pot-Roast Cookery"
     07    1946 Jan 19, article missing, notes on The Black Angus Restaurant
     08    1946 Jan 23, "Fish Harvest Arrives to Ease the Meat Shortage"
     09    1946 Jan 26, "Women Say None in City Serves Better Terrapin Than Robert's"
     10    1946 Feb 01, "Oyster Shucker New Boon to Sea-Food Cookery"
     11    1946 Feb 02, article missing, Paddleford's notes
     12    1946 Feb 09, "Casine Russe Makes Serving Its Shashlik a Rite"
     13    1946 Feb 16, "Decorator and Chef Share Credit for Perfect Dinner"
     14    1946 Mar 02, "Proprietor Is Scared by Crowds, But His Oysters Bring
             Them In"
     15    1946 Mar 09, "Afternoon Tea Is a Ritual at the Green Room"
             (Green Room at New Weston Hotel, 49th and Madison Ave. New York;
             Dione Lucas, director, Cordon Bleu, 117 East 66th St., New York;
             Mrs. Franc L. McCluer - Franc McCluer, president Westminster
             College; Mrs. Baker Trigg, manager, Fulton Country Club, Fulton,
             Missouri; and Mary Belle Kerr, Fulton, Missouri)
     16    1946 Mar 23, "Cavanagh's Beefsteak Party Stages Comeback"
     17    1946 Mar 30, "Center City Club Is a Distinctive Restaurant"
     18    1946 Apr 04, "Warm Weather Curtails Crop Of Maple Sugar"
             (Colonel Fairfax Ayers, Shaftsbury, Vermont; James J. Carney,
             district director, O. P. A., Montpelier, Vermont; and Charles
             Crossman, Shaftsbury, Vermont)
     19    1946 Apr 06, "Hungarian Café Goes All Out on Pastries"
     20    1946 Apr 09, "Strange Fish Lend Home Menu Novel Turn and Tempting Treat"
     21    1946 Apr 13, article missing, Paddleford's notes
     22    1946 Apr 27, "Young Rabbit in Sauce of Wine Is a Café des Nations Speciality"
     23    1946 May 03, "Maryland Students View the City's Food Hub"
     24    1946 May 11, "Bradley's Features Steaks Cooked in 8 Styles"
     25    1946 May 18, "Turbaned Abdul Serves Curry East Indian Style at the Pierre"
     26    1946 May 25, "Tearooms: City's Neighborhood Restaurants"
     27    1946 May 30, "Maryland Soft-Shell Crabs Add Rare Savor to the Spring Menu"
     28    1946 Jun 01, "2 Restaurants Found Through Bachelor's Tip"
     29    1946 Jun 12, article missing, Paddleford's notes
     30    1946 Jun 15, "Codfish Ball Dish Lures Crowds to Blue Bowl"
     31    1946 Jun 20, "Yogurt Offers Zesty Flavor in Salad Dressing"
             (Daniel Carasso, Dannon Yogurt; and George Mardikian, Omar Khayyam
             Restaurant, San Francisco, California)
     32    1946 Jun 22, "Henri's Keeps Special Dishes On Its Menu Year After Year"
     33    1946 Jun 29, "Melon Cup Soup Is the Opening Of Celestial Meal at the Ding Ho"
     34    1946 Jul 06, "Ball Players Like Daube's Steaks-Big and Rare"
     35    1946 Jul 11, "Food Editor Finds Many Treats in French Tour"
     36    1946 Jul 12, "Inadequate Diets Are Called Menace to France"
     37    1946 Jul 13, "French Restaurants Turn Over Famous Recipes to Food Editor"
     38    1946 Jul 19, "Flaming Liqueurs Give Zesty Turn to Desserts"
             (Demetria Taylor; and Phillip B. Fauke, vice president, Southern
             Comfort Liqueur Company)
     39    1946 Jul 20, "Roadside Restaurant on Wheels Makes Debut Today on U.S. 7"
     40    1946 Jul 27, "Five Girls From Oregon Take Survey of City's Restaurants"
     41    1946 Aug 03, "Broadway Bouillabaisse Vies With Fish Treat of Riviera"
     42    1946 Aug 10, "Ex-G.I. Revives Restaurant; Motto: Good Food and Quiet"
     43    1946 Aug 14, "Reporter Goes to a Clambake and Goes for It" 
     44    1946 Aug 24, "City's One Brazilian Restaurant Prepares Turkey in a Pancake"
     45    1946 Aug 31, "Foods of India Can Be Found Just a Step From Broadway"
     46    1946 Sep 07, article missing, Paddleford's notes
     47    1946 Sep 21, "Climb to the Hungarian Nest for Tasty Reward in Goulash"
     48    1946 Oct 05, "Pierre Guards His Secret Method Of Preparing Green
             Salad at Luigi's"
     49    1946 Oct 10, "Dawn Voyage to Oyster Beds: Food Editor Sees the Harvest"
     50    1946 Oct 17, "Auction of Cauliflower Proves Boon to Long Island Growers"
     51    1946 Oct 19, "Little Old Mansion at New Site, But Its Cooking Is Unchanged"
             (Corbina Wright; Gladys Wilcock, owner, Little Old Mansion, 244
             East 51st ; Chef Randolph; Bertha Wilcock, food editor The Kansas
             City Star; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Corwin, Riverhead, Long Island, New
             York; and Ernest Kurz, chef Henry Perkins Hotel)
     52    1946 Oct 26, "Chicken Hawaiian Is Speciality Of Chef Hausli at the Lexington"
             (Chef Henry Hausli, Hawaiian Room, Lexington Hotel, Lexington and
             48th St., New York)
     53    1946 Nov 02, "The Art Colony Is Discovery Of Week in Small Restaurant"
             (Mrs. Clyde Monroe Sheehan, 5th Ave., New York; Rita Gentile, Mary
             Gentile and Dorothy Hall, owners and managers, The Art Colony
             Restaurant, 62nd Street and Lexington Ave.; Mrs. Carlton P.
             Johnson, Midland Gardens, Bronxville, New York; and Wid Widney,
             owner The Widney Touch Restaurant)
     54    1946 Nov 07, "Smoked Turkey Lends Tang to Autumn Cuisine"
     55    1946 Nov 09, "Largest Menu in Town Leaves Nothing Unsaid at the Singapore"
             (Chef Tommy Chen)
     56    1946 Nov 16, "Pierre Merle Glorifies Fish As Chef at Penthouse Club"
             (Chef Pierre Merle)
     57    1946 Nov 21,"Game Birds Provide new Turn to Fall Cuisine"
     58    1946 Nov 23, "Spanish Dishes at El Caserio Made in Authentic Basque Style"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Echevarria, owners, El Caserio, 124 East 55th
             Street, New York)
     59    1946 Nov 27, "Carving Tips Offered for Oversized Turkeys"
     60    1946 Nov 28, "Thanksgiving Turkey Proves Hard Bird to Ruin"
     61    1946 Nov 30, "Divan Parisien's Chicken Dish Favorite for Quarter-Century"
             (John Paffrath; Julius Elber; Chef Massetti; and pastry Chef
             George Demos)
     62    1946 Dec 03, "Spicy Easter Russian Bread"
     63    1946 Dec 07, "The Fish Story Offers Unusual In Setting and Table Contents"
             (Paul Castorina, designer, Fish Story Restaurant; Nicholas
             Nicholson, owner, Fish Story Restaurant; and Chef Pano)
     64    1946 Dec 11, "Christmas Puddings Are Offered in New Guise"
     65    1946 Dec 17, "Scandinavian Shops Bulge With Yule Treats"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Sundstrom, owners, The Swedish Kondis, 204 East
             58th Street, New York)
     66    1946 Dec 18, "Cookies Take Lead as World Yuletide Delicacy"
     67    1946 Dec 19, "The Peacock Isn't So Much to Eat, but Admire"
             (Don Spencer, owner, Berkshire Gam Farm; Paul Van Erden, Macy's
             game buyer; and Louis P. De Guoy, chef Gourmet Magazine)
     68    1946 Dec 20, "Canadian Eels Arrive to Tempt Holiday Palates"
     69    1946 Dec 21, "German Holiday Delicacies in Yorkville Shops"
     70    1947 Jan 02, "Bud Surgery in Home Meals Suggested for the Coming Year"
     71    1947 Jan 04, "Good Meals Plus Madcap Fun Found at Cheval Pie Restaurant"
     72    1947 Feb 01, "Glori-fried Ham and Eggs Cook Right Before Customer's Eyes"
             (Arthur Maisel, The Lexington Restaurant)
     73    1947 Feb 04, "Cookery Author Launches Book With a Meal"
     74    1947 Feb 06, "New French Sauce Tempts P...."
     75    1947 Feb 12, "Lincoln Found His Delight in Fried Fruit Pies"
     76    1947 Feb 20, "Hungarian Creme Dessert Candy Makes Bow"
     77    1947 Feb 21, "Recipes of Washington's Mother Still Popular"
     78    1947 Feb 22, "Cherry Pie at Fraunces Tavern Today in Honor of 'the General'"
     79    1947 Feb 25, "Fine Truffles To Be Popularized by Price Drop"
             (Paul A. Urbani, Trenton, New Jersey)
     80    1947 Mar 05, "Mill and Farm" (David K. Hoxsie, Rhode Island)
     81    1947 Mar 15, "St. Patrick's Day at Cavanagh's Means Dublin Style
             Irish Stew"
     82    1947 Mar 16, "Feast With The Irish"
     83    1947 Mar 19, "Figurine Cookies Join Flower Show Features"
             (Irene Hornback, Grand Rapids, Michigan)
     84    1947 Mar 22, "Mom Rules in Kitchen Matters At the Joe and Rosa Restaurant"
     85    1947 Apr 05, "Easter Calls for a Gala Meal: Here Are Tips for Diners-Out"
     86    1947 Apr 12, "Skazka Restaurant Will Be Gay Tomorrow, It's Russian Easter"
     87    1947 Apr 19, "Stage and Sport Café Joins List Of Village's Fine Restaurants"
     88    1947 Apr 26, "Daniel and Caterer Shifts Site, But Restaurant's Food
             Is Same"
     89    1947 May 03, "Food Served at 'Pop' Converts Follows Style of the Programs"
     90    1947 May 06, "New Fudge Mix Requires Water and Heat Only"
     91    1947 May 14, "Long Island Duck: Egg to Platter in 9 Weeks"
             (C. H. Wilcox, president, Long Island Duck Farmers Association)
     92    1947 May 24, "Hans Jaeger Opens Restaurant Reminiscent of the Black Forest"
     93    1947 May 30, "Canned-Meat Supply Suggested For Lazy Day and Quick Menus"
             (Father Bernard Levy)
     94    1947 May 31, "East India Restaurant Serves Same Fine Curry in New Spot"
     95    1947 Jun 21, "Japanese Restaurant Opening In Setting of an Imperial Palace"
             (Dr. Jokichi Takamine, Japanese chemist and scholar; Melvin C.
             Osborn, owner Snofu-Den Restaurant and Museum; and Chef Hironaka)
     96    1947 Jun 28, "Theater District Grotto Offers Italian Dinner and Stalactites"
     97    1947 Jul 04, "Cold Soup, Using Canned Variety, Is Ideal for Hot-
             Weather Meals"  
     98    1947 Jul 19, "Fresh Fruits Distinguish Menu In Hicks's Big New Dining Room"
     99    1947 Jul 26, "Rain on the Glass Walls Cools July Diners at the Monte Carlo"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jeon and daughter Audrey of Park Avenue, New
             York and William Nettleton)
     100   1947 Jul 29, "Louisiana Herbalist Shows Her Creole Wares"
     101   1947 Aug 02, "Da Cinta Is a Family Affair And Mother Cooks the Ravioli"
             (Giacinta Sardi and son, Joseph)
     102   1947 Aug 09, "1,000 Grab Hero Snacks Daily For Hearty Lunch on Ninth Ave."
     103   1947 Aug 12, "British Ration Lighten Shopping: Little to Carry"
     104   1947 Aug 15, "Eating by Ourselves Is Pleasant, if Planned"
     105   1947 Aug 16, "Dinners Flavored With Salt Air In Restaurants of City Island"
             (John and Rose Cepollara; Frank Ortig; Gus Charles, owner, Lobster
             Box; Chef John Riconda; Henry S. Sayers, Minneford Yacht Yard;
             Jimmy Ryan, owner, Jimmy Ryan's City Island Restaurant)
     106   1947 Aug 18, "Hush Puppies Up From South, Ready-Mixed for Quick Frying"
             (Mrs. Walter Thompson Jr., Swansboro, North Carolina)
     107   1947 Aug 21, "Plum's Uses Include Plumade, Hors d'Oeuvres"
     108   1947 Aug 22, "2 Girls Help Father on His Jersey Peach Farms"
             (E. W. Harvey and daughters, Eleanor, Winifred and Margaret,
             Highland Park, New Jersey)
     109   1947 Aug 23, "Tranquility and Superb Food: That's Dining at the Ritz Tower"
     110   1947 Aug 28, "Turkeys Make Best Meat Buy for the Holiday"
     111   1947 Aug 30, "Chinese Dinner for 2 at $2.60 Served Daily at Lum's Garden"
             (Frank Eng, owner Lum's Garden Restaurant, 111 West 49th Street,
             New York)
     112   1947 Sep 01, "Good by to Summer and Salute For Its High Lights in Foods"
     113   1947 Sep 05, "Woman Fits Catering Service to Any Budget"
     114   1947 Sep 06, "Howard Johnson Ice Cream Bar Favored by Teen-Age Sundae Set"
     115   1947 Sep 09, "Canned Soft-Shell Crabs Ready for the Hot Fat"
     116   1947 Sep 13, "Accordion Heightens Pleasure Of Italian Food at theCharmant"
             (Lino Conti and John Sabini, owners, Charmant Restaurant)
     117   1947 Sep 16, "Royal Dutch Chocolates to Go on Exhibit Here"
     118   1947 Sep 20, "Marianne's Is a Friendly Place; Food Is French, Talk Is Lively"
     119   1947 Sep 22, "It's Cranberry Picking Time in Cape Cod Bogs"
     120   1947 Sep 24, "Minute Tapioca Returns, Brazil Is New Supplier"
             (Charles Kaufman, director of research and development for General Foods)
     121   1947 Oct 04, "Chef at the Palm Has 2 Loves: Kitchen and His Church Model"
             (John Ganzi, owner, Palm Restaurant; and Chef Domenico)
     122   1947 Oct 10, "Girl Makes a Career of Selling Deviled Crabs"
     123   1947 Oct 11, "Waiters, Diners, Even the Owner, Sing for Their Supper
             at Felix's"
             (Felice De Gregorio, owner, Felix's Restaurant)
     124   1947 Oct 16, "Western N. Y. Grapes Are Off to Juice Plants"
             (Ferne Lincoln, Mayvill, New York)
     125   1947 Oct 25, "Gourmet's Tip on Italian Dinner Leads to Good,
             Inexpensive Meal"
             (Arthur Torry; Chef Otto Mariggi; Enrico Squeri, owner, La Stella Restaurant)
     126   1947 Nov 05, "New Orleans Breakfast Stars Fried Rice Cake"
             (Chef Eugene Wiolat, Roosevelt Hotel)
     127   1947 Nov 15, "Turkey, Rolled in Pancake, Stars On Restaurant's
             Brazilian Menu"
             (Guiomar Novaes, Brazilian pianist and husband Ottavio Pinto; and
             Victor Gilbert, owner, Stonehenge Restaurant)
     128   1947 Nov 29, "Salvin's on Park Avenue Caters To New Yorkers' Steak Hunger"
             (Sam Salvin, owner, Salvin's Restaurant)
     129   1947 Dec 03, "Cheese Stall in Market Boasts 300 Varieties"
     130   1947 Dec 10, "Plum Pudding Sent 3 Boys Through College"
     131   1947 Dec 11, "Pears Arriving in City From West's Orchards"
     132   1947 Dec 13, "Owners of Alcove Restaurant Are an Unusual Yet Ideal Team"
             (John Cafiero and Victor Pons, owners of Alcove Restaurant)
     133   1947 Dec 17, "Challenged, French Chef Creates 'Mad' Pudding"
     134   1947 Dec 31, "Caviar Famine Is Over, All Grades Available"
     135   1947, "Colorful Candy Is Here for (rest is missing)"
     136   1947, "Currants Have Been Confined Too Long for Use Just in Jelly"
     137   1947, "Fishery Council Quick to Deny That L. I. Oysters Are 'Anemic'"
     138   1947, "Herb Experts Offer a Green-Cheese Spread"
     139   1947, "Mail-Order Fudge Business Is Family Affair"
             (Mrs. Ethel L. Decker and daughter, Annella)
     140   1947, "Roast Duck at Freeman Chum's Starts to the Oven All Puffed Up"
             (Freeman Chum and son, James)
     141   1947, "Sunday Brunch at Town House a Streamlined English Repast"
             (Peter Grimm, manager, Town House Restaurant)
     142   1947, "Teen-Ager Appeals for Help on Dinner Party"
     143   1947, "Wine Gifts Say Merry Christmas With a Gurgle"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1948
45   01    1948 Jan 02, "Future Mustard King of France Studying Here" 
             (Henri Poupon)
     02    1948 Jan 10, "If You Can Afford a $5 Steak, The Drake Has One by Nino"
     03    1948 Jan 14, "Sugar Cookies by Mail Rival Old Sone Crock's"
     04    1948 Jan 17, "Those Who Shy at a $5 Steak Might Try Cin-Cin Italian Fare"
             (Milton M. Hermanson, Shappes-Wilkes, Inc. and Marie de Agostini)
     05    1948 Jan 31, "Partner of Ad Agency Writes Restaurant Guide for Friends"
             (Joel Lifflander)
     06    1948 Feb 09, "New Ginger-Cake Mix Nearly Ready for Eating"
     07    1948 Feb 11, "Food for Your Heart's Desire"
     08    1948 Feb 14, "Guinea Hen Does Flame Dance For Diners at Café de la Ville"
             (Eleanor Carter and Edward Russell, Jr.)
     09    1948 Feb 15, "In Dried Fruit" - galley proof only
     10    1948 Feb 18, "Rare Honeys Here Again From Several States"
     11    1948 Feb 19, "Neglected Essex Street Market Has Its Innings"
     12    1948 Feb 24, "New Macaroon Mix Whips Up to a Quick Treat"
     13    1948 Feb 27, "Packing Plant Thrives Under Girl's Leadership"
             (Rose Ann Pero)
     14    1948 Feb 28, "New Brass Rail on 5th Avenue Is Biggest Restaurant in Town"
             (Edward Levine and Julius Levine)
           1948 Feb 28, "New Idea Gives Britons Food, Britain Dollars"
             (Julian Salmon, J. Lyons and Company, England)
     15    1948 Mar 06, "Lord & Taylor's Soup Bar Chef Puts French Zip in Scotch Broth"
             (Chef Max Loos)
     16    1948 Mar 08, "Milan Delicacies Cater to Sweet Tooth Again"
             (Caesar A. Mascherin, Milan, Italy)
     17    1948 Mar 09, "Herb Exchange Runs as Mail-Order Business"
     18    1948 Mar 10, "Ten New Foods Make Spring Debuts"
     19    1948 Mar 11, "The Odd Cuts of Meat Featured At Upper Park Avenue Market"
     20    1948 Mar 12, "Chocolate Bits Create Eight Dessert Recipes"
     21    1948 Mar 13, "Overlooked Italian Restaurant Uncovered by a Reader's Tip"
             (John Grasso)
     22    1948 Mar 15, "Coffee-Cake Mix Also Makes Buns and Twists"
     23    1948 Mar 17, "Green Grow the Groceries for St. Patrick's Day"
     24    1948 Mar 18, "Hobbyist's Breed of Chickens Lays Colored Eggs for Easter"
     25    1948 Mar 22, "Dromedary Has Twins: New Mix For Cupcakes and White Layer"
     26    1948 Mar 25, "Bleecker Street Shop Has Special Easter Cake"
     27    1948 Mar 30, "Rich Viennese Pastry and Cookies Go by Mail"
     28    1948 Apr 05, "New Cookies for National Biscuit;s 50th Year"
     29    1948 Apr 06, "15 Foods an Hour Test Institute Tasters' Palates"
     30    1948 Apr 10, "Le Moal's Recaptures Essence Of Brittany With Baked Snails"
             (Mrs. Rosine Le Moal, owner; Chef Eugene; and Nancy Gemmill,
             Abilene, Kansas)
     31    1948 Apr 15, "Aromas in Herb Shop on Dey St. Signify Spring, Rain or Shine"
     32    1948 Apr 17, "Nella of Nino and Nella's Names Shrimp-in-Jacket Her Favorite"
     33    1948 Apr 24, "Treasure at Blue Spruce Inn Not All Buried - It's on the Table"
             (Carl Werner)
     34    1948 Apr 28, "Canned Tongue, Cooked, Waste Off, Is Good Buy"
             (Mrs. H. G. Newman, president, E. Greenebaum Company)
     35    1948 May 12, "Australia Sends Passion Fruit in Nectar Form"
             (Sydney Montgomery, Australia)
     36    1948 May 15, "Opera Lovers Swarm to Asti's For Food Served With a Song"
             (Adolph Mariani, owner, Asti's and bartender Bunner Smith)
     37    1948 May 19, "Goats' Milk Bread Creates a Thriving Business"
     38    1948 May 25, "New Pepperidge Plant Eases Women's Tasks"
             (Margaret Rudkin, South Norwalk, Connecticut) 
     39    1948 May 29, "French Food at a Low Price Distinguishes Three Sparrows"
             (Jean Martinucci, Ange Bianconi, and Jean Guagueur)
     40    1948 Jun 05, "Maitre d' Hotel Tourist Reveals His Recipe for Roadside Stew"
             (Robert Sonntag)
     41    1948 Jun 08, "Tour of Coffee Plant Is Symphony of Aromas"
     42    1948 Jun 10, "Long Island Shows Its Poultry to Food Editors"
     43    1948 Jun 11, "New Cocktail Mayonnaise Good for Dunking"
     44    1948 Jun 26, "N. Y. After Dark on Shoestring"
             (Donald Joos and John Schefelbein, Peoria, Illinois; Clara Rutin,
             Skazka's pianist; and Lisa Maddox, New York City)
     45    1948 Jul 03, "Youths in Old Greenwich Run Restaurant in Barn"
             (Smith brothers, "Spunk," "Scooch," and "Speed")
     46    1948 Jul 05, "Final Salute to July 4: Ice-Cream Sandwich"
     47    1948 Jul 07, "Country Inns' Salad Dressing Are Now Dressing City Salads"
     48    1948 Jul 10, "Beef Filet in Bordelaise Sauce Is a Favorite at Le Veau d'Or"
             (Faye Emerson; Georges Baratin; and Henri Guiguet)
     49    1948 Jul 17, "Importers Pining for Curry Starts Up Restaurant in N.Y."
             (Leila Suarte, student, Syracuse University and Madan Mohan,
             Consulate General of India)
     50    1948 Jul 24, "Meals in Tradition of the Czars Are Served at the
             Princess Inn"
             (Prince Serge Belosselsky and Jakov Vlasoff)
     51    1948 Jul 27, "Cherry-Pie Time Here With Supplies Plentiful"
     52    1948 Jul 28, "Experiment With Vodka Leads to Moscow Mule"
             (Jack Morgan)
     53    1948 Jul 31, "Nino's Bread Sticks Are Magnet For the Gourmets at Chez Jean"
             (Major Frank Chapman and spouse, Gladys Swarthout)
     54    1948 Aug 03, "Caterers Help Scheme Unconventional Parties"
     55    1948 Aug 09, "Hobby Turning Seed Store into Fine-Food Shop"
     56    1948 Aug 12, "Machines in Hicksville Ready To Scrub and Pack Potatoes"
     57    1948 Aug 14, "Gonzales' American Apple Pie Draws the Men to the Hob Nob"
             (Albert Fernandez)
     58    1948 Aug 16, "Delicacies of Middle East Supplied by Sahadi"
     59    1948 Aug 21, "Roast Duckling, Bigarade Style, Is Favorite on Café
             Nino's Menu"
             (Gloria Swanson and Chef Raymond of Nino's)
     60    1948 Aug 25, "Individual Sandwich Loaves New Party Treat"
     61    1948 Aug 26, "Tomatoes Raised by Blueprint Now Starting Trip to Cannery"
     62    1948 Aug 28, "Restaurant Cooking and Juleps Recall Old South's Atmosphere"
             (Lottie Pierce and Sheldon Mason)
     63    1948 Aug 30, "Picnic-Twin Sa . . . "
     64    1948 Aug 31, "House of Herbs Canaan Garden Provides Pleasant Day's Outing"
     65    1948 Sep 04, "Ice Cream Snowball Punctured To Hold a Choice of Liquers"
     66    1948 Sep 06, "Howard Johnson Foods on Sale for Home Use"
     67    1948 Sep 11, "Gypsy Role in Movie Inspires New Cocktail by Longchamps"
             (Margaret Wycherly and Frank Rossi)
     68    1948 Sep 16, "Science and Modern Machinery Keep Seabrook Foods Uniform"
     69    1948 Sep 18, "Regional Foods at New Drury Lane Restaurant"
             (Valerie Bettis and Eric Victor)
     70    1948 Oct 04, "Cranberry-Chicken Romance Has Happy Ending"
     71    1948 Oct 05, "Box of Oldtime Penny Candies Is Specialty of Vermont Store"
     72    1948 Oct 08, "Housewife Resumes Her Yule Dessert Business"
             (Mrs. Jewel Bradt, Sherburn, Minnesota)
     73    1948 Oct 09, "Princely Dishes of India Served At the Rajah in a New Setting"
     74    1948 Oct 16, "Business Men Find Restaurant With Hearty Food in the Village"
     75    1948 Oct 25, "Smoke Taste in Texas Barbecue Almost Gets In Traveler's Eyes"
     76    1948 Oct 30, "Scandinavians and Portuguese Manage New French Restaurant"
     77    1948 Nov 01, "Food Editor Sees Barbecue King Stir Up a Southwest Meat Feast"
             (John Snyder, Amarillo, Texas)
     78    1948 Nov 09, "Even the Farmers' Market Goes Super-Colossal in Hollywood"
     79    1948 Nov 13, "Hollywood Café Serves Vodka With Ginger Beer"
             (Bartender, Wesley Price; David Hempstead, movie producer; and
             Beverly Holden, actress)
     80    1948 Nov 17, "Spice Island Seasonings Adding a New Flavor"
     81    1948 Nov 20, "Just the Right Meal for Singing: Sole Normadie by Jean Sablon"
             (Jean Sablon, French singer; Chef George J. Eisenberg; and Erwin
             H. Schlicht, Warwick Hotel Manager)
     82    1948 Nov 23, "Whole-Fruit Marmalade Here for Thanksgiving"
     83    1948 Nov 25, "Expert Has Tips to Help Father Carve the Thanksgiving Turkey"
     84    1948 Nov 26, "24 Oldtime Brownies Are Made From 12 Oz. Of New Ready-Mix"
     85    1948 Nov 27, "Dinner in a French Restaurant, Fit Climax to a Restful Sunday"
     86    1948 Nov 29, "White Christmas Fruitcakes Wrapped in Wine" 
             (Molly Wyckoff)
             Correspondence, Wyckoff, Molly, 1950 Oct 25              
     87    1948 Dec 03, "9 Recipes Make Chinese Cabbage a Novelty Dish"
     88    1948 Dec 07, no title
     89    1948 Dec 09, "Vintage Wines, Partridge Co-Star at Dinner"
     90    1948 Dec 13, "Swedish Artist Keeps Tradition, Fires the Glogg"
     91    1948 Dec 18, "All of Louise's Family Help Her to Run Italian Restaurant"
             (Louise Jorio, owner and Jack Fogarty, composer)
     92    1948 Dec 29, "Herring Salad Here to Bring Luck New Year"
     93    1948, "It's Season for Marzipan in Shops of Yorkville"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1949
46   01    1949 Jan 04, "Velvety Zabaglione Made With Sherry and Eggs"
     02    1949 Jan 06, "Jams Cooked a Special Way Spread From Oregon to East"
             (Mrs. Florence Dickinson, Portland, Oregon)
     03    1949 Jan 08, "Food Blossoms Like the Rose Under Touch of Francis Moreau"
     04    1949 Jan 15, "Word of Press Box Roast Beef Gets Around With Lip Smacking"
     05    1949 Jan 19, "Artist Creates Realistic Flowers on Her Cakes"
     06    1949 Jan 22, "Finland House Is Food Cornucopia From Helsinki"
     07    1949 Feb 02, "New Mix Gives Cream Sauce For Many Uses in 90 Seconds"
     08    1949 Feb 05, "West Coast Dungeness Crabs Fly by Night to 5 Restaurants"
     09    1949 Feb 12, "Crock of Pate, Crackers on Side, Is Found Perfect With Cocktails"
     10    1949 Feb 15, "Jury of Tasters Gives Some Tips on Brewing Tea"
             (Ed Spillane, member United States Board of Tea Experts)
     11    1949 Feb 19, "Squeri's Unites Italian Family And Friends in a Food Venture"
     12    1949 Feb 22, "Washington the Connoisseur Gets a Birthday Toast in Wine"
     13    1949 Feb 26, "Mirliton's Pompano en Papillote Termed on Par With Antoine's"
     14    1949 Feb 28, "Wide Noodles Packaged for Preparing Lasagna"
     15    1949 Mar 04, "4-Block Haitian Market Bulges With All Types of Merchandise"
     16    1949 Mar 05, "Haiti's Cuisine for Tourists Leans to American Dishes"
     17    1949 Mar 08, "Post-War English Marmalade Found Up to Pre-War Quality"
             (Adolph Goldmark)
     18    1949 Mar 10, "New Lean Bacon Is Big Treat For Sunday Breakfast Luxury"
             (Mrs. Paul Mazur, Fiddlers Creek Farm, Titusville, New Jersey)
     19    1949 Mar 12, "Onion Soup and Rabbit in Wine Make Ginette's Patrons Happy"
     20    1949 Mar 19, "Monsieur Jean's Cheval Blanc Wins Praise for Fine Cuisine"
     21    1949 Mar 22, "Sea Squab Deflated and Boned, Then Cooked and Packed in Cans"
     22    1949 Mar 23, "Ice Cream and Cake Are Blended in New Dessert"
     23    1949 Mar 25, "Spring Reaches City's Markets; Greens, Still High, Lend Flavor"
     24    1949 Mar 26, "The Sea Shore Serves Plain, American Meals"
     25    1949 Apr 02, "Horse and Hound Inn Brings Bit Of England to New Hampshire"
     26    1949 Apr 07, "Vermont Maples Wear Buckets As Sap Drips Clear and White"
     27    1949 Apr 09, "Subtle Food of China Interests Western Palates"
     28    1949 Apr 16, "Dinner After the Easter Parade"
     29    1949 Apr 18, "Weeds of L. I. Make Green Repast for Botanist"
             (Milton Hopkins and daughter, Rebecca)
     30    1949 Apr 23, "Russian Easter Brings Treats"
     31    1949 May 03, "In Praise of Souther Cooking; At the Right Places, That Is"
             (Elizabeth Parker, director Georgia Power Company; Mrs. Frazer
             Banks, Birmingham, Alabama; Mrs. Luther C. Sims, Birmingham,
             Alabama; and Mrs. Doris S. Martin, Birmingham Womeh's Clubhouse)
     32    1949 May 07, "Highlights of Southern Eating"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Rinaldo Grisanti, Memphis, Tennessee; Harvey Hester
             and Mrs. Marjorie Bowman)
     33    1949 May 12, "Sand Plum Preserve Recaptures Freshness of Mid-West Prairie"
             Correspondence, S. J. White to Leila Courtright, 1949 May 18
             Correspondence, Leila Courtright to Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     34    1949 May 14, "India Dishes at Bengal Garden"
     35    1949 May 21, "Maine Maid's Meals Traditional"
     36    1949 May 25, "Sea Food From Maine Shipped Ready to Cook"
     37    1949 Jun 11, "French Food at a Scot's Price"
     38    1949 Jun 18, "Rum, Rum, Rum   in Everything"
     39    1949 Jun 25, "Selma Succeeds as Pieman"
     40    1949 Jul 05, "Easy Path to Tasty Vichyssoise: Buy It in Cans at 29
             Cents a Tin"
     41    1949 Jul13, "Philippines Cocoanut" 
     42    1949 Jul 16, "Press Box Creates Shmoo Cup"
     43    1949 Jul 19, "Delmarva Chicken Plant Toured From Nest to the Frying Pan"
             (Elmer L. Hastings, Parsonsburg, Maryland)
     44    1949 Jul 23, "Patio Bruno, Pleasingly Cool"
     45    1949 Aug 03, "Poppadums, the..." - article incomplete
     46    1949 Aug 04, "Southern Cook Captures Macy's With Old Williamsburg Jellies"
             (Mrs. John H. Bullock, Williamsburg, Virginia)
     47    1949 Aug 06, "A Restaurant Sure of Itself"
     48    1949 Aug 13, "A Swedish Seasonal Feast"
     49    1949 Aug 20, "Dinner in Central Park"
     50    1949 Aug 22, "A Temple of Herbs and Spices on Second Ave."
             (Rose Gyomber and grandsons, Louis and Nicholas)
     51    1949 Aug 27, 'Man With a Guitar' and Food"
     52    1949 Aug 30, "Rose Petals Mixed With Fruits In a Popular-Priced Ambrosia"
             (Betty Weiss, Brooklyn, New York)
     53    1949 Sep 10, "Restaurant Lives Up to Its Name"
     54    1949 Sep 15, "Istanbul Steel Man Becomes N. Y. Food Man, All in 3 Years"
             (K. Kalustyan, President, Orient Expert Trading Company)
     55    1949 Sep 17, "Russian Feast for the Ballerina"
     56    1949 Sep 21, "'The Chocolate Girl' Trademark Comes to Life"
     57    1949 Sep 22, "Fruitcake of Old Williamsburg In Oven for Holiday Unveiling"
     58    1949 Sep 24, "A Caesar Salad Fit for a King"
     59    1949 Oct 01, "Ye Olde Chop House Still Going"
     60    1949 Oct 05, "Tabasco Sauce Scores Hit With Food Editors"
     61    1949 Oct 08, "Chicago's Diners-Out Fare Well"
     62    1949 Oct 12, "Halvah, Oldest of Candies, Now Vacuum-Packed"
     63    1949 Oct 15, "Crypt Bar Chef Tells His Secrets"
     64    1949 Oct 22, "Monkeyshines With a Cocktail"
     65    1949 Oct 27, "Creamy Cocoa Tickles All Tastes; An Old Hand Tells How
             It's Made"
     66    1949 Oct 28, "Beware! Witches! All Good to Eat"
     67    1949 Oct 29, "Lamb's the Dish at the Hellas"
     68    1949 Nov 05, "Search On for Tastiest Apple Pie"
     69    1949 Nov 08, "Sweet Pearls of Shoe Peg Corn Make N. Y. Debut in 
             25-Cent Cans"
     70    1949 Nov 09, "Two New Italian Sauces Bid for Woman's Vote"
             (Mrs. Giovanni Buitoni)
     71    1949 Nov 11, "Carving Maestro Shows New Tricks"
     72    1949 Nov 12, "Home Cooking, on the Delaware"
     73    1949 Nov 14, "Stuffed Turkey Comes Ready to Pop Into Oven"
             (Mrs. Agnes Hose, owner, Shagroy, Millerton, New York)
     74    1949 Nov 17, "Huntley and Palmers Biscuits From England Are Back in N. Y."
             (Hon. Gordon W. N. Palmer, London, England)
     75    1949 Nov 19, "Cheese Over Apple Pie Still Rages"
     76    1949 Nov 26, "Pineapple Super Colossal Type"
     77    1949 Dec 03, "Katie Hailed as Apple Pie Queen"
     78    1949 Dec 06, "Hartley's British Marmalade Being Made in Brooklyn, Too"
     79    1949 Dec 07, "Strasbourg Goose Livers Flown In for Fresh Pate" 
             (T. G. Koryn)
     80    1949 Dec 10, "Keen's Has a Way With Mutton"
             (Adolph A. Hageman and Thomas Wright)
     81    1949 Dec 12, "Six Turkey Treats Nestle in Gay Dower Chest"
     82    1949 Dec 15, "Now Is the Time for Fruit Cake To Come to the Aid of a Feast"
     83    1949 Dec 16, "Christmas Pudding"
     84    1949 Dec 17, "New Entry in Apple Pie Derby"
     85    1949 Dec 18, "The Yule Cakes Are Baking"
             (Ivar Sundstrom and daughter Barbro; Paul Kaiser; and sisters Rose
             Musa and Teresa Dellarovere)
     86    1949 Dec 24, "Yo-ho-ho: Theodore's Rum Cake" 
             (Tony Mele, owner, Theodore's)
     87    1949 Dec 28, "How Reuben's Lives Up to Sandwich King Title"
     88    1949 Dec 29, "4-Generation Champagne Man Tells How to Chill and Serve It"
             (Franz W. Sichel)
     89    1949 Dec 31, "Best Dishes of 1949 Reviewed"
             (Bob Dalton, owner Bob Dalton Restaurant, Los Angeles, California)
     90    1949, "Farewell Dinner and a Toast to the Lafayette"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1950
47   01    1950 Jan 05, "English Muffin of Dickens' Day Is Duplicated for N. Y. Tables"
     02    1950 Jan 07, "11 Ways to Enjoy Veal in 45th St."
     03    1950 Jan 19, "Fine Line of Preserves Draws On Fields and Farms of Jersey"
     04    1950 Jan 21, "Gourmet's Tour of Cincinnati"
     05    1950 Jan 25, "Haggis Rules th' Nicht as Clans Observe Bobby Burns Birthday"
     06    1950 Jan 26, "Home Institute to Announce Winner of Its Apple Pie Derby"
     07    1950 Jan 27, "Pie Judges Crown Schrafft's Entry"
     08    1950 Jan 28, "A Michelangelo of the Ravioli" 
             (Salvatore Viola)
     09    1950 Feb 04, "A Proud Steak, and No Mistake" 
             (John C. Bruno, owner, Pen and Pencil Restaurant, 203 East 45th
             Street, New York City)
     10    1950 Feb 08, 'Roasted Turkey for 2 Comes With Own Gravy"
     11    1950 Feb 10, "Tasty Blend of Italy and France" 
             (Mrs. Anthony Costello, owner, Café Costi)
     12    1950 Feb 11, "Cook Makes an Art of an Omelet" 
             (Diane Lucas, owner, Cordon Bleu Restaurant)
     13    1950 Feb 14, "Cure for Egg Surplus Hatched: Eat an Extra Egg: Drink
             an Egg"
     14    1950 Feb 18, "How to 'Spike' a Cocktail Party"
     15    1950 Feb 22, "Macaronis: Different Shapes, Different Tastes"
     16    1950 Feb 25, "First You Cook It, Then You Eat It" 
             (Chef Dominique Etcheverry; Mrs. Jane Derby, fashion designer;
             Admiral William H. P. Blandy, U. S. N.)
     17    1950 Feb 28, "Exotic Honeys Vying for Favor, N. Y. State Wild
             Raspberry, Too"
     18    1950 Mar 04, "Le Paradis Food - Magnificent" 
             (Cassoulet Toulousain)
     19    1950 Mar 08, "Louisiana Feast-Terrapin Stew, Yam Yum Pie"
             (Ned Simmons; Marion Clyde McCarroll; and Elizabeth Toomey)
     20    1950 Mar 11, "Sunday Breakfast: 3-Hour Treat"
     21    1950 Mar 16, "Matzoth, the Passover Bread, Now Comes in Many Varieties"
     22    1950 Mar 22, "Crepes Suzette, Elegantly Sauced-in a Jar"
             (Jeanne Douglas and Bertha Louis)
     23    1950 Mar 25, "Feasting on Baked Beans Alone" 
             (Edward Mueller)
     24    1950 Mar 27, "Fulton Market Is Changing, 'Mom Leads Way'"
     25    1950 Mar 28, "Grasshopper Cocktail Flies In, With Appeal for Eye and Palate"
     26    1950 Mar 29, "Mid-West Fish Shipped Here Alive for Passover" 
     27    1950 Mar 30, "Bouillabaisse Made in New York Rivals Marseilles's in Flavor"
     28    1950 Apr 01, "A Dinner of Real Chinese Food" 
             (T. Goon)
     29    1950 Apr 08, "Old Russian Easter Eve Feast" 
             (Alexi Antonoff and Chef Nicolai Kochengin)
     30    1950 Apr 14, "Sugar-on-Snow Party Given Store Buyers"
     31    1950 Apr 15, "Rollcall of Country Inns Begins"
     32    1950 Apr 17, "Maple Sugar Candy Requires Tricky Process"
     33    1950 Apr 18, "Apples End Seven-Month 'Sleep' And Wake Up Crisp and Juicy"
     34    1950 May 13, "Greenwich's Radiant Host"
     35    1950 May 20, "Bigger, Brighter Candlelight"
     36    1950 May 24, "A Trip where Even the air Seems Chocolate"
     37    1950 May 27, "Dinners for 2 or 10,000"
     38    1950 Jun 02, "Rose Fish Fillets Hit Big-Time Towns"
     39    1950 Jun 03, "Oasis for the Hungry Motorist"
     40    1950 Jun 10, "Inn Geared to Family Dinners"
     41    1950 Jun 15, "Marmalade Henry James Liked Has a U. S. Home-Kitchen Rival"
             (Christopher Morley, Roslyn Height, Long Island, New York)
     42    1950 Jun 30, "Day's Milk From Farm to Family"
     43    1950 Jul 01, "Shore Dinner at Half way House" 
             (William Cocolis)
     44    1950 Jul 07, "Long Island Clambake"
     45    1950 Jul 08, "Country Inn Window Display" 
             (Rowe Langston)
     46    1950 Jul 10, "Gourmet's Diary of Week End at Sea island, Ga."
     47    1950 Jul 11, "Savannah Blends Old and New And Produces Wonderful Food"
     48    1950 Jul 12, "Currants Too Often Slighted by Menu Planners"
     49    1950 Jul 15, "Roast Duckling at Beau Sejour"
     50    1950 Jul 20, "Brook Trout, Raised by Hand, Sold at Macy's in Frozen Pairs"
     51    1950 Jul 22, "Country Dinner, Plus Surprises"
     52    1950 Jul 29, "Yankee Hospitality at Danbury"
     53    1950 Aug 01, "Corn Is Harvested Under Lights For Sale Here in the Morning"
     54    1950 Aug 23, "Pear Harvest, a Golden Flood in California"
     55    1950 Aug 26, "Eating Places in the Far West"
     56    1950 Sep 09, "Smorgasbord Beside Route 29" 
             (Albert Sondor, chef, New Jersey Stockholm Restaurant)
     57    1950 Sep 16, "Persian Treats for the Palate"
             (Samuel Aslan; Florence and James Jacobs; and Teheran Restaurant)
     58    1950 Sep 23, "Dinner on 60 Hudson Acres" 
             (The Hudson Shore Club; Chef Jackson Green; and Scottie, waiter)
     59    1950 Sep 30, "Chicken Swathed in Blue Flame"
             (Elvio Bruni and Sylvia Coggiola)
     60    1950 Oct 02, "Lasagna Comes Quick-Frozen"
             (Mary Kachmar, waitress, Buitoni Spaghettie Bar)
     61    1950 Oct 07, "Meals With Plenty of Popovers" 
             (The Lauraine Murphy)
     62    1950 Oct 14, "What Food Editors Pick to Eat"
             (Etienne Greaux, chef, Ritz-Carlton; Cissie Gregg; Cary Robertson;
             Sara M. Austin; Ruth Ellen Church; and Dorothy Thompson)
     63    1950 Oct 18, "Notables Dine on Sophie Madsen's Fish Pudding"
     64    1950 Oct 24, "Honey Crop Heads for Market in Three Forms" 
     65    1950 Oct 28, "Down-to-Earth Dining Joys"
             (Gatti's Basement, Mrs. Benedetta Gatti, and children, Elda and Louis)
     66    1950 Nov 04, "Plain Grub, but Cooked Right" 
             (Al Schacht)
     67    1950 Nov 08, "Huge Shipment of Swordfish Here From Peru"
     68    1950 Nov 09, "Cranberry Cues For Jiffy Dishes"
     69    1950 Nov 11, "Saturday Out for a Boy and Girl" 
             (Maria's Cin Cin)
     70    1950 Nov 18, "300-Mile Trip for a Dinner"
             (Chef, Jean Issaly, Mrs. Jacques Makowsky and Donald Spencer)
     71    1950 Nov 22, "Makers of Spier's High Pies Add Cooky..."
             (Mildred and Ruth Spier)
     72    1950 Nov 23, "Thanksgiving Dinner's a Meal That's American All Through"
     73    1950 Nov 25, "Polonaise After the Theater"
             (Mary MacLeod; Roger Dann; Henry Rosner; and George Rosner)
     74    1950 Nov 29, "Season's Supply of Fruit Cakes Keeps Piling Up" 
             (Grace Rush)
     75    1950 Dec 02, "South African Lobster Tale Tail"
             (Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Tilley, Jr. and Dr. Tilley Sr.)
     76    1950 Dec 04, "Paula Freund's Lebkuchen Now Factory-Made"
     77    1950 Dec 06, "Wild Plums of Nebraska Give East a New Jelly"
     78    1950 Dec 09, "Venison at Old Luchow's"
             (Ernst Grundstedt, Luchow's Captain and Miss Gloria McGrath)
     79    1950 Dec 11, "Swedish Spettkaka Makes Bow for Christmas" 
             (Iver Sundstron, owner, Swedish Kondis and grandson, Lennart)
     80    1950 Dec 16, "Where Readers Like to Eat"
             (Le Trianon Restaurant; Jose Ferrer; Veronica Renard; and Ernest Stole)
     81    1950 Dec 18, "The Season's Final Roundup on Fruit Cakes"
     82    1950 Dec 20, "Woman Keeps Secret and an Industry Thrives"
     83    1950 Dec 23, "Where They Cook With Paprika"
             (Ray Middleton and Reba, palmist at Zimmerman's Hungaria restaurant)
     84    1950 Dec 28, "Imported Sherries Returning To Favor on American Tables"
     85    1950 Dec 30, "Just Around a Park Av. Corner"
             (Fanchon and Arnold's Park Avenue Restaurant; Chef Florio)
     86    1950, "3-Year-Old Inn a Show Place" 
             (Nutmeg Inn)
     87    1950, "The Christmas Fruit-Cake Clinic's Findings"
     88    1950, "Drowsy Smell of Ripe Apples Betokens the October Harvest"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1951
48   01    1951 Jan 01, "Some Morning-After Cures, One Dated 1616"
     02    1951 Jan 02, "A Dinner With Aram Salisian"
     03    1951 Jan 13, "Vienna on Greenwich Avenue"
     04    1951 Jan 25, "City Price Experts Give Budget Advice"
     05    1951 Jan 27, "Blue Flames Come to the Table"
     06    1951 Feb 03, "5 Weeks Old and Going Strong"
     07    1951 Feb 05, "Endive King Tells How to Prepare Vegetable" 
             (Benjamin Signore)
     08    1951 Feb 07, "300 Terrapin Go Into Stew at Dinner for 600"
     09    1951 Feb 08, "Washington Market A Gourmet's Heaven"
     10    1951 Feb 17, "Food the Swiss Are Proud Of"
     11    1951 Feb 21, "Charleston, S. C., Goes to the Top Of Food Writer's
             Good-Meal List"
     12    1951 Mar 07, "Denmark, Home of Bleu Cheese, Welcomes Food Editors of U.S."
     13    1951 Mar 08, "It's Market Day In Copenhagen"
     14    1951 Mar 15, "Fish Means Dollars To Little Denmark"
     15    1951 Mar 22, "Sweet Tidings For Your Easter Table"
     16    1951 Mar 24, "New Discovery in Restaurants"
     17    1951 Mar 30, Bouillabaisse Made in New York Rivals Marseilles's in Flavor"
     18    1951 Apr 05, "Park Ave. Market Stocks Adventure"
     19    1951 Apr 07, "French Food in Royal Style"
     20    1951 Apr 10, "What's Really What About Big Molasses Debate"
     21    1951 Apr 12, "Six Million Ducks Coming for Dinner" 
     22    1951 Apr 14, "The Cream of Greek Cookery"
     23    1951 Apr 18, "Sausage Sold in 2-Pound Roll Can Be Prepared in Many Ways"
     24    1951 Apr 19, "Dinner Is Served Under The Big Top"
     25    1951 Apr 21, "Mainly for Meat-Potato Man"
     26    1951 Apr 24, "Chinese Frying Pan Put to Use for Café Brulot"
             (Harriet Arnold)
     27    1951 Apr 28, "Late Sunday Breakfast in Spring"
     28    1951 May 02, "Preserves, Pure Country Style Available by Mail From Jersey"
     29    1951 May 10, "Like Asparagus? Enjoy It Now" 
             (Mrs. Aubrey Walton)
     30    1951 May 12, "Now a Doughnut Shop on 5th Av."
     31    1951 May 19, "Copenhagen Revisited, by Proxy"
     32    1951 May 21, "Strawberry Shortcake of Yore a Meal in Itself"
     33    1951 May 24, "The New Block Buster Chickens Are Competing With Red Meats"
     34    1951 May 26, "Eating Near the Freight Station"
     35    1951 May 31, "Handsome 'Heroes': Take Your Pick!"
     36    1951 Jun 16, "Fishing Out Restaurant Window"
     37    1951 Jun 19, "Cuisine in Spotlight on Paris' 2,000 Birthday" 
             (Chef, Orly Field)
     38    1951 Jun 20, "Food Thoughts After Returning From Paris' Big Birthday Party"
     39    1951 Jun 27, "Thoughts for Summer Dinners From Slow-Swinging Hammock"
     40    1951 Jun 28, "Rock Lobster Tails Pinch Hit for Steak"
     41    1951 Jun 30, "American Food, Country Setting"
     42    1951 Jul 05, "Ice Cream Holds A Fashion Show"
     43    1951 Jul 07, "Authentic Food, Real Folks"
     44    1951 Jul 10, "Italian Horsd'Oeuvre Mosaicsat Bloomingdales"
     45    1951 Jul 14, "Steak After a Cool Ferry Ride"
     46    1951 Jul 18, "Pure Well Water for home Use The Latest Thing To Be Canned"
     47    1951 Jul 19, "Explore Old Italy On Bleecker Street"
     48    1951 Jul 21, "A Renaissance Coffee Shop"
     49    1951 Jul 26, "City's Fruit Bowl Filled at Auction"
     50    1951 Jul 28, "An Inn Bubbling, but Soothing"
     51    1951 Aug 01, "Vineyard Flavor Imprisoned In Tin of Frozen Grape Juice"
     52    1951 Aug 02, "Millions of Melons Rolling to Market" 
             (Mrs. David Gaiser and daughter, Kristina Gaiser, Spokane, Washington)
     53    1951 Aug 04, "Dinner Mid Sails and Sunset"
     54    1951 Aug 11, "Festive Swiss Table in Jersey"
     55    1951 Aug 13, "Cook Starts Catering Service for One or Many" 
             (Lucy Newman)
     56    1951 Aug 18, "Eating in Sight of the Sound"
     57    1951 Aug 20, "Drinks In From Britain to Ease August's Heat"
     58    1951 Aug 21, "Refrigerator Can Be Frozen Lollipop Factory"
     59    1951 Aug 23, "Little White Grape Is Cool to Eat"
     60    1951 Aug 25, "Norwalk's Fisheater's Paradise"
     61    1951 Aug 30, "That Coffee Flavor In Three New Ways" 
           1951 Aug 30, "Namm's Names Fruit Variety In Its Preserve and Jelly Labels"
     62    1951 Sep 01, "Chicken as Good as Tennessee's"
     63    1951 Sep 07, "Bread Box Magic Helps Save Dollars"
     64    1951 Sep 08, "Caviar in a Forest of Roses"
     65    1951 Sep 15, "Hot Bread With Every Meal"
     66    1951 Sep 17, "Way to Cook Fresh Vegetables Without Water"
     67    1951 Sep 20, "Yoghurt Grows in Popularity; Now It's Here in a New Form"
     68    1951 Sep 22, "Dining After an Autumn Drive"
     69    1951 Sep 26, "Rectifying an Error Starts Home Jam Business"
     70    1951 Sep 29, "Cat Presides at a Gourmets' Inn"
             [note, no author listed, believe this to be written by Paddleford]
     71    1951 Oct 04, "Macaroni Dandies Star Fall Menus" 
             (Edward De Lancellotti)
     72    1951 Oct 06, "Luncheon for 5 Young Ladies"
     73    1951 Oct 10, "Food Processors Star Feasting 137 of Nation's Food Editors"
     74    1951 Oct 20, "Package Pudding Has '21' Debut"
     75    1951 Oct 24, "Ginger Wine, Famed in Britain, Returns to U. S. for Holidays"
     76    1951 Oct 27, "Birthday Feast in the True Park Avenue Style"
     77    1951 Oct 30, "Woman Makes Story-Book Cookies Her Career"
             (Janet Dunkelbarger)
     78    1951 Nov 03, "A Place the Young Folks Like"
     79    1951 Nov 10, "Dining at Longchamps' Tenth"
     80    1951 Nov 13, "Chestnut Rice Now Available, Made to Order"
             (Mrs. Margaret Phillips)
     81    1951 Nov 14, "Sister Team Producing Pickles Prepared as Tenderly as Jewels"
             (Lois Long Riker and Mrs. Marie Long Land)
     82    1951 Nov 15, "Food Writers Tour Mushroom Capital"
     83    1951 Nov 17, "In the Bemelmans Manner"
     84    1951 Nov 19, "Horn of Plenty Waits the Shopper"
     85    1951 Nov 22, "Indian Princess Tells of Tribal Thanksgiving"
     86    1951 Nov 24, "Unpretentious but Fine Eating"
     87    1951 Nov 26, "Baking the House That's Good Enough to Eat"
     88    1951 Nov 28, "Chocolates in Small Packages Are Becoming a Vogue as Gifts"
     89    1951 Dec 05, "St. Nicholas Day Falls Tomorrow And Dutch Feasting Will
             Mark It"
     90    1951 Dec 06, "Christmas Cookies Are Fun to Make"
     91    1951 Dec 08, "Sampling Vermouth at Johnny's"
     92    1951 Dec 11, "Waldorf Ballroom Is Kitchen With 100 Cooks"
     93    1951 Dec 12, "A Chocolate Cake Wins $25,000 Prize"
     94    1951 Dec 15, "At the Voisin With Duncan Hines"
     95    1951 Dec 17, "Best of Fruitcakes Ready for Christmas"
     96    1951 Dec 18, "New Guide Ready for Christmas Party-Givers" 
             (Mrs. Ralph Marcus)
     97    1951 Dec 20, "Sugar Plum Trees Yield Bumper Crop"
     98    1951 Dec 22, "New Arena for Cheese Souffle"
     99    1951 Dec 26, "Grand Marnier Liqueur Makes Gourmet Dish of Bread Pudding"
     100   1951 Dec 29, "Thinking Thin, Eating Well"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1952
49   01    1952 Jan 01, "A Toast to New Dishes That Enlivened Old Year"
     02    1952 Jan 03, "Short Cut Cooking Old Time Goulash"
     03    1952 Jan 05, "Places to Eat Where Prices Don't Kill Appetite"
     04    1952 Jan 09, "New Lexington Avenue Shop Bakes Dreamy French Pastries"
     05    1952 Jan 12, "Italian Table Replaces Swedish"
             (Camillo Sidoli and Sydney Smith)
     06    1952 Jan 26, "St. Louis Picks a New York Spot" 
             (Jim Aufiero and Mrs. and Mrs. Alexander Shields)
     07    1952 Jan 28, "Top Cooking School Brings Meals Into Homes" 
             (Doris K. Weigert)
     08    1952 Jan 30, "More Swiss Chocolate Imports Arrive in Time for Valentines"
     09    1952 Jan 31, "The Chafing Dish Stages a Revival"
     10    1952 Feb 02, "Good Kitchen and Good Food"
     11    1952 Feb 07, "Hearts Celebrate Dan Cupid's Day"
     12    1952 Feb 09, "For Steaks as Thick as a Fist"
     13    1952 Feb 12, "Candy, Cookies, Cakes: All Help Capture a Heart"
     14    1952 Feb 16, "Hormone Pellet in Neck Creates Tender 'Chicken of Tomorrow'"
     15    1952 Feb 21, "Meal Time Magic In the Jelly Jar"
     16    1952 Feb 23, "Wine Is Queen at the Continental"
             (William Palmer, manager Café Continental and Jan Struthers)
     17    1952 Feb 25, "Last Call to Brides' School Opening Wednesday"
     18    1952 Feb 26, "Lebanese Hors d'Peuvres Delightful in Flavor"
             (Miss Daisy Amoury and Halim Shebea, Consul General of Lebanon)
     19    1952 Feb 28, "Come-On-And Shine A Big Apple"
     20    1952 Mar 14, "Citrus Best Fruit Buy; Florida Trip Shows Why"
     21    1952 Mar 15, "Cavanagh's Ready for Mar. 17" 
             (Ray Doyle, manager of Cavanagh's and John J. Harley)
     22    1952 Mar 17, "Caribbean World's Vast Turtle Soup Bowl"
     23    1952 Mar 18, "Delicious Foods, Odors Fill Puerto Rico Market"
     24    1952 Mar 21, "Food for Happiness: Brides' School Text"
     25    1952 Mar 22, "Eating, Drinking in Puerto Rico"
     26    1952 Mar 25, "All Items of Italian Meal in One Place at Last" 
             (Mario Del Monaco)
     27    1952 Mar 26, "Passover Foods Are Receiving Special Display All Over Town"
     28    1952 Mar 27, "Florida Grapefruit Now A Bargain Buy"
     29    1952 Mar 29, "Want to Cook Chinese at Home?
     30    1952 Apr 10, "Roll In the Eggs The Hunt Is On"
     31    1952 Apr 12, "French Dress for Hudson Salad"
     32    1952 Apr 19, "New Orleans in New York"
     33    1952 Apr 26, "Ex-Architect's New Restaurant" 
             (Alice Fernandez)
     34    1952 May 01, "Watch Big Business Cook Baby's Dinner"
     35    1952 May 03, "A Long Jump From the Village"
     36    1952 May 08, "One Hundred Ways To Cook With Soup"
     37    1952 May 10, "French Food in a Cozy Place" 
             (Margaret Phelan)
     38    1952 May 14, "Childhood Penny-Candy Thrills Revived at Farmers' Museum"
     39    1952 May 15, "Dutch Cheese Cues For Spring Menus"
     40    1952 May 17, "Eating Places That Readers Like"
     41    1952 May 22, "Puerto Rican Cooks Share Rum Dishes"
     42    1952 May 24, "Marcel Is Back From Paris"
             (Chef Marcel and Mrs. Rose H. MacPhersan)
     43    1952 May 31, "For Week Ends in Westchester"
             (John Cesario, owner, Wykagyl Grill and Eddie Merdinger)
     44    1952 Jun 02, "Tenfold Delight Found in All Chicken Liver Pate" 
             (Eugene Edwards)
     45    1952 Jun 05, "Strawberry Harvest Nears Juicy Peak"
     46    1952 Jun 18, "Visit a Place Where They Make Bubbles That Help Fight Heat"
     47    1952 Jun 19, "Blueberry Days Are Here Again"
     48    1952 Jun 21, "The Molly Pitcher, a Delight" 
             (Ann Collins and husband, Jack Smith)
     49    1952 Jun 23, "Margarine Puts On Yellow Party Dress July Fourth"
     50    1952 Jun 24, "Dried Milk Helps Families Trim Living Costs"
     51    1952 Jun 26, "Trail the Sardine From Sea to Tin"
     52    1952 Jul 03, "Trap a Lobster Fresh From Maine"
     53    1952 Jul 05, "Colonial Inn by Cool Waterfall"
             (Robert Chatfield, owner; Mrs. Carly Wharton, Westport,
             Connecticut; and Ralph Lycett, Westport, Connecticut)
     54    1952 Jul 07, "Fried Chicken on Long Island" 
             (Nora Burgin)
     55    1952 Jul 08, "Trap A lobster Fresh From Maine"
     56    1952 Jul 10, "Sweet Corn's Ready! The Feast Begins"
     57    1952 Jul 12, "15-Room Home Becomes an Inn"
             (Chateau Roberto and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGoldrick, Brooklyn, New York)
     58    1952 Jul 14, "New Kit Gives Any Child Own Lemonade Stand"
             (Skipper Thomson)
     59    1952 Jul 19, "City Week End Has Its Charms"
     60    1952 Jul 21, "Currants Dress Up Summer Menus in Cool Red"
     61    1952 Jul 26, "Country Inns of Stainless Steel"
     62    1952 Jul 28, "The Versatile Pear:3,000 Years of Being Useful"
     63    1952 Jul 31, "Dried Milk Tricks To Cut Food Bills"
     64    1952 Aug 01, "Home-Grown Tomatoes Starting 2-Month Invasion of Markets"
     65    1952 Aug 02, "Smorgasbord for All the World"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Frederico; James Reese; and Betty Oakes)
     66    1952 Aug 05, "Deep in Heart of Swiss Cheese Land, U. S. A."
     67    1952 Aug 06, "World's Supply of Liederkranz Comes From One Ohio Factory"
     68    1952 Aug 09, "Turkey Dinner, Family Style" 
             (Willis Larisen, Chester, New Jersey)
     69    1952 Aug 14, "Fresh Salmon Bake In Northwest Style"
     70    1952 Aug 16, "Blending the British and Old South Flavors"
             (Anthony Hunt, English chef at Tara Hall; and Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Olsen)
     71    1952 Aug 21, "Tomato Surprises Fresh Off the Vine"
     72    1952 Aug 23, "Shore Dinners on Pier Jutting Over the Sound"
             (Sara Cooper, manager and Chef Charles Bethel)
     73    1952 Aug 28, "Angel Food Mix Holds a Style Show"
     74    1952 Aug 30, "Where the Meat Bill Is $20,000"
     75    1952 Sep 02, "Motta's 600 Italian Delicacies Now Sped to U. S."
     76    1952 Sep 04, "After School Snack Calls for Cookies"
     77    1952 Sep 06, "Tasty Lunches for the Shopper: The Tureen, at Franklin Simon"
     78    1952 Sep 11, "Flatter the Fillet! Here Are Six Ways"
     79    1952 Sep 13, "It's Pot Roast, Potato Pancakes Pack Restaurant for 30 Years"
     80    1952 Sep 18, "Candies Specials Arranged for Jewish Holidays"
     81    1952 Sep 20, "Coffee Treat on Madison Ave." 
             (Club Car Shoppe and Eleanor Seifert)
     82    1952 Oct 01, "Only Woman on Wine Board In France Talks of Champagne"
             (Mme. Jacques Bollinger)
     83    1952 Oct 02, "Plum Good Eating Here Are Recipes"
     84    1952 Oct 09, "Oyster Harvest A La Half-Shell"
     85    1952 Oct 11, "A Roadside Stand Grows Up"
             (Raritan Valley Inn; Mrs. Frank Buck; and Mrs. Victoria Bates)
     86    1952 Oct 13, "Nation's Food Editors Here for Five-Day Feast"
     87    1952 Oct 14, "Ready Mix Takes the Labor Our of White Sauce" 
             (Mary Elise Ory)
     88    1952 Oct 15, "New Dishes Parade For Food Editors"
     89    1952 Oct 18, "Good Food, Delightful Decor" 
             (Baccara Restaurant)
     90    1952 Oct 25, "Eating Spanish on 14th St."
     91    1952 Oct 30, "Make a Beeline For Honey Helpings"
     92    1952 Nov 01, "Deviled Crabs Cooked by Aldo" 
             (Queen of the Ocean Restaurant)
     93    1952 Nov 03, "Lotus Land Meals in Manhattan"
     94    1952 Nov 13, "Are You Too Fat? Eat and Get Slim"
     95    1952 Nov 15, "Dinner for Two at Around $25"
             (Maud Chez Elle Restaurant; and Maud and Jean Alriq, owners)
     96    1952 Nov 19, "Powder for Tenderizing Meat, A Hit in the West, Has
             Come East"
     97    1952 Nov 20, "Cranberry Cues For Party Menus"
     98    1952 Nov 22, "Tiny Place, Whale of a Meal"
     99    1952 Nov 25, "An All-American Menu for Thanksgiving Day"
     100   1952 Nov 27, "Gild the Leftovers Serve Every Bite"
     101   1952 Nov 29, "Fish Swim in Restaurant Walls" 
             (Five Oaks Restaurant; and Bill Normand)
     102   1952 Dec 02, "Winetasters Match Foods and Choice Vintages" 
             (Chef Humbert Gatti)
     103   1952 Dec 04, "Christmas Cookies Cut Holiday Capers"
     104   1952 Dec 09, "5 Males Among 100 in Prize-Baking Contest"
     105   1952 Dec 10, "Turtle Cookie Wins $25,000 Cash Prize"
     106   1952 Dec 13, "Restaurant Address Well Worth Remembering"
             (Helen McCully)
     107   1952 Dec 15, "Family Fruity Cakes Abound for the Holidays"
             (Grace Rush and granddaughter Sally Rush)
     108   1952 Dec 17, "Christmas Fruit Cake Brigade Marches On in Brandied Array"
     109   1952 Dec 18, "Merry Christmas In A Nutshell"
     110   1952 Dec 20, "A Reader Discovers a Winner: the Café Albert"
     111   1952 Dec 27, "Dinner at Sea on W. 66th St."
     112   1952, "Basic Breakfast Menu Pattern Offered by Ralston Purina Co."
     113   1952, "A Gingerbread Army Matches On Orders at Duvernoy's H. Q."
     114   1952, "MSG Joins Table Condiments To Bring Out Hidden Flavors"
             Correspondence, Mary Gibbs to Clementine Paddleford, 1952 Nov 07
     115   1952, "World Wants Good Red Meat" 
             (High Hat Restaurant and Dan Dowd)

           New York Herald Tribune, 1953
50   01    1953 Jan 03, "Where Kitchen Rivals the Food"
             (Monte's Restaurant and Vivian Blaine)
     02    1953 Jan 05, "Scandinavian Delicacies in Endless Number" 
             (William Moller)
     03    1953 Jan 07, "For Octopus and Other Rarities In Sea Food Go to Bayard Street"
     04    1953 Jan 08, "Bread Box Desserts Make Menu Magic"
     05    1953 Jan 10, "A Man's Place Women Like, Too"
             (Jack Stutz, owner, Game Cock Restaurant and Lynne Montgomery)
     06    1953 Jan 15, "Cut The Meat Bill Give Eggs A Break!"
     07    1953 Jan 17, "Paris Moves Into E. 49th St."
             (Chef Fernand of Le Chanteclair and Martha Wright)
     08    1953 Jan 24, "Here Is Sea Food That's Simple but Superb"
             (Oscar Karp, owner, Salt of the Sea Restaurant and Bernie Wayne)
     09    1953 Feb 14, "Food With a South Sea Aura" 
             (Trader Vic's Restaurant and Trader Vic)
     10    1953 Feb 16, "Laurent Chef Is Artist but Calm"
             (Susan and Harold Adams and Larry Losa, partner in Laurent Restaurant)
     11    1953 Feb 21, "The Calf Naps at Le Veau D'or"
             (Constance Carpenter and Chef Ernest)
     12    1953 Feb 28, "Cerutti's Has a Charm for Diners"
             (Cerutti's Restaurant ant Toni Arden)
     13    1953 Mar 01, "Lunch Grill for Average Purse"
             (Barney Josephson, owner, The Cookery Restaurant and Jimmy Savo, comedian)
     14    1953 Mar 07, "Food That Is Really Home Style"
             (Winifred Kelly, manger, Women's Exchange Restaurant and Elizabeth Searson)
     15    1953 Mar 09, "Pizza Pie! Packaged All Ready for the Making"
     16    1953 Mar 12, "California Doesn't Like It Said Its Huge Walnut Crop Is English"
     17    1953 Mar 14, "True Irish Food for St. Patrick's" 
             (Mrs. Maura Laverty)
     18    1953 Mar 27, "Spring Sets the Table With a Lavish Hand"
     19    1953 Mar 28, "Menus Prepared to Order"
     20    1953 Mar 30, "Easter Eggs! Fun to Decorate and Good to Eat"
     21    1953 Apr 02, "Ham For Easter And Days After"
     22    1953 Apr 04, "French Food: a Restaurant That's Good-and Reasonable"
     23    1953 Apr 05, "A Place Conservative, but Cozy"
             (Yvonne de Carlo and Jimmie Prigioni)
     24    1953 Apr 11, "L'Armorique, E. 54th St., Has Provincial Delicacies"
             (Marcel Gosselin and niece Marie Claire Jouas)
     25    1953 Apr 13, "New Ways to Serve Chicken"
     26    1953 Apr 14, "Sap's Running Today at Three of City's Stores"
             (Bob Merrill and Don Limbert)
     27    1953 Apr 15, "Anadama Bread Is a Treat Developed in New England"
     28    1953 Apr 16, "Yield Low, but Price Doesn't Rise" 
             (Mrs. Mary Pearl)
     29    1953 Apr 18, "Kirby-Allen Restaurant Will Pass 30 This Week"
             (Miss Nell Kirby)
     30    1953 Apr 25, "Asparagus Days Have Come To II Rossine Restaurant"
             (Mrs. Mario Ferrario)
     31    1953 Apr 26, "Del Pezzo Restaurant Has New Look"
             (Chef John Spicola and Jeanne Hardy)
     32    1953 Apr 28, "Cold-Storage McIntosh Wake From Winter Nap"
     33    1953 Apr 29, "Scent White Wine With Waldmeister"
     34    1953 May 02, "Teddy's on West Broadway, Keeps an Older Era Alive"
             (Salvatore Cucinotta and June Valli)
     35    1953 May 03, "Chef Prepares Dinner for Colleagues"
             (Sylvia Daneel)
     36    1953 May 04, "New Foods for the 'Carriage Trade'"
     37    1953 May 06, "Wine and Food Society Has 100th Tasting Fete"
     38    1953 May 09, "Henri's Is on 52d St. Now, But Holds to Its Tradition"
             (Silvio Gorini and Iva Withers)
     39    1953 May 12,"Canapes Labor of Love For Woman Caterer"
             (Mrs. Margaret Stern, Westfield, New Jersey)
           1953 May 12, "Food For A Queen"
             (Paddleford to Executive Editors, reference Coronation Week)
     40    1953 May 14, "Barbecue Salad Snacks For Sunday 'Drop-Ins'"
     41    1953 May 16, "Chez Dimitri, on E. 60th, Accents Lamb, Eggplant"
             (Chez Dimitri and Jean Martin)
     42    1953 May 21, "Recipes and Menus for Weddings"
     43    1953 May 25, "Coronation Larder Full For Visitors"
     44    1953 May 26, "Cooper's Marmalade, Huntley & Palmer Tour"
     45    1953 May 27, "Bars Down on Rations For Coronation Meals"
     46    1953 May 28, "English Cakes Wearing Crown and Jelly Jewels"
     47    1953 May 29, "London's Markets Are Worth Visiting"
     48    1953 May 30, "Centuries Are Nothing To This Inn"
     49    1953 Jun 01, "Ancient Custom Back, Lamprey Pie for Queen"
     50    1953 Jun 02, "English Chefs' Supreme Moment"
     51    1953 Jun 04, "New Roast Beef Idea Extends meal Mileage"
             (Isabel McGovern, director of the Herald Tribune Kitchen and Hugh
             Weiss, owner, 15th Street Market)
     52    1953 Jun 06, "Press Box Serves Her Beef, a Pound a Slice"
             (Fred Manfredi and Bettina Steinke, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
     53    1953 Jun 11, "Uses for Milk, Food of 66 Nutriments"
     54    1953 Jun 13, "Viands From Le Cave Have a Touch of Magic"
             (Hugo Lind and Herb Gordon, owners, Louis XIV Restaurants and
             Karne Chandler)
     55    1953 Jun 15, "Madeira Is Back In Fashion" 
             (Julian Leacock)
     56    1953 Jun 16, "President Has Lunch at Beltsville, Md., Farm" 
             (President Dwight D. Eisenhower)
     57    1953 Jun 20, "Stampler's Dishes Win Renown by Simplicity"
             (Henry Stampler; Chef Sam Netter; and Diana Herbert)
     58    1953 Jun 23, "Flan Rings Are New Aid to Baking"
             (Mrs. Flora Weissman)
     59    1953 Jun 26, "Nothing but Chicken And All of It Good"
     60    1953 Jun 27, "Lobster Tops the Menu At Restaurant on L. I."
             (Geides Restaurant; James Pappas, owenr; and Chef Bill Meyers)
     61    1953 Jul 08, "Irish Mist Arrives - in a Bottle"
     62    1953 Jul 11, "Cooking Is Continental, The Setting Rural U.S."
             (Walter K. Tode, host, The Inn, Ridgefield, Connecticut)
     63    1953 Jul 15, "Freezing Is Best Way To Keep Bread Fresh"
     64    1953 Jul 18, "Silvermine Tavern Has an Idyllic Air"
     65    1953 Jul 23, "Salads as Old as Bible, But Never So Variable"
     66    1953 Jul 25, "Lesters Reopen Burned Restaurant"
     67    1953 Jul 27, "'Cocktail Soups' Spice Up Dinners"
     68    1953 Jul 29, "'Certified' Milk Comes From Cows of Luxury"
     69    1953 Jul 30, "Low-Calorie Buttermilk Makes Summer Treats"
     70    1953 Aug 01, "An Evening of Gayety And Latin Food Awaits"
             (Enric Madriguera and Patricia Gilmore)
     71    1953 Aug 03, "Young Become at-Home Gourmets"
             Correspondence, Foster, Don E., 1964
             Correspondence, Foster, Don E. from Paddleford, 1964 Jan 13
     72    1953 Aug 06, "Ready-for-Table Meat Lends Itself to Variety"
     73    1953 Aug 08, 'The Acres' Restaurant is Fine by Either Door"
             (Chef Emanuel Cavrudatz and Frank Magaraci)
     74    1953 Aug 10, "Frenchman Tells of Merits of Wine"
             (Christian de Billy)
     75    1953 Aug 13, "Moulds Add to Appeal Of Salad Combination"
     76    1953 Aug 15, "Stonehenge Blends Past, Present" 
             (Victor Gilbert, owner and Chef Primo Mantegari)
     77    1953 Aug 18, "Coffee Is Blended to Your Liking" 
             (Louis Simon)
     78    1953 Aug 19, "Saratoga Spa Waters Available for Home Use"
     79    1953 Aug 20, "Baskets at Mealtime Join Season's Fashions"
     80    1953 Aug 25, "Herbs, Spices, Syrups Accent Shop"
     81    1953 Aug 27, "Cooked Product, Uncooked Flavor"
     82    1953 Sep 05, "Good Wine and Food in a Cool Spot"
     83    1953 Sep 10, "Eggplant at Height of 3-Month Reign"
     84    1953 Sep 12, "A Revolutionary Tavern Is Revived" 
             (Constance Stearns)
     85    1953 Sep 17, "Quick Fruit Bread for Tea Time"
     86    1953 Sep 19, "Leighton's Terraces Adjoin Saw Mill River Parkway"
             (Hugh C. Leighton; Anne Lowell Thorndike; and Heidi Tschudy)
     87    1953 Sep 21, "Elsa Builds a Business on a Cooky"
             (Raymond and Elsa Knickerbocker)
     88    1953 Sep 23, "2d Av. Herb Shop Stocks Spices of Many Lands"
     89    1953 Sep 26, "The Fiddle Is a Dream Come True" 
             (William Adler)
     90    1953 Oct 01, "Processing Plants Hum As Apples Reach Peak"
     91    1953 Oct 03, "Chambord Festival Is Star-Studded" 
             (Chef Ezio Pinza)
     92    1953 Oct 17, "Dinner at the Brussels Is Called a Rare Treat"
             (Leon Lievens and Mrs. Marguerite Pagani)
     93    1953 Oct 21, "Oven-Ready Pheasants Suggested for Christmas"
     94    1953 Oct 22, "Paris Food Fair Starts Recipe Exchange Plan"
     95    1953 Oct 23, "Les Halles, 'Paris' Belly,' Rich in Food and Color"
     96    1953 Oct 24, "Maxim's and the Ritz Take Care of Feasting"
     97    1953 Oct 26, "Swiss Pack Fondue for N. Y. Gourmet"
     98    1953 Oct 28, "Mr. Vernon Great Cake Is Available"     
     99    1953 Oct 29, "Try Goblin Salads and Sand-Witches"
     100   1953 Oct 31, "Fine Little French Place discovered on 2d Ave."
     101   1953 Nov 04, "Year's Crop of Honey Near Record of 1952"
     102   1953 Nov 05, "Butterfly Ham Makes Chicago Debut"
     103   1953 Nov 07, "Golden Door, on 64th St., Serves Chinese Cuisine"
     104   1953 Nov 12, "New Pies and Old for Thanksgiving"
     105   1953 Nov 14, "Chez Lusien, on W. 51st, Recalls Streets of Paris"
             (Nelson Smith Kirk)
     106   1953 Nov 16, "Elegant Glass Bottles Make Cordials Alluring" 
             (Samuel Fuchs)
     107   1953 Nov 19, "300 Invited to Old Sturbridge Feast"
     108   1953 Nov 20, "Cake Mixes Brought to Perfection"
     109   1953 Nov 21, "Yankee Menu at Inn Near Sturbridge"
     110   1953 Nov 24, "Master Cake Decorator Offers a Kit"
     111   1953 Nov 25, "Tips on Making Stuffing And Hints for Roasting"
     112   1953 Nov 28, "Romany Marie Presides At the Petit Potpourri"
     113   1953 Dec 10, "Time to Bake Christmas Fruit Cake"
     114   1953 Dec 12, "La Mer, a Dining Place of Elegance"
     115   1953 Dec 15, "Maxim's of Paris Sends frozen Delicacies Here"
     116   1953 Dec 16, "South Dakota Housewife Wins $25,000 for a Cake"
     117   1953 Dec 19, "Spanish Melon Found Nectar-Sweet"
             (Eduardo Sanchez and Antonio Pisa)
     118   1953 Dec 21, "Mother, Daughter Sell Delectable Cooky Line"
             (Mrs. Donald Wood)
     119   1953 Dec 22, "Boned piglets Stuffed With Sausage"
     120   1953 Dec 23, "Gifts That Gurgle Aid Late Buyers"
     121   1953 Dec 26, "Southern Cuisine Is Holiday Treat" 
             (Gladys Wilcock, owner, Little Old Mansion Restaurant and cat, Mr. Red)
     122   1953 Dec 29, "Good Drink Depends on Mixing"
     123   1953 Dec 31, "New Toasters and Grills Ease Serving at Home"
     124   1953, "Latest Brand of Coffee Defends Higher Price"
     125   1953, "New Ice Cream Seals In Elberta Peach Flavor"
     126   1953, "Pineapple Takes Over As Hors d'Oeuvre Fruit"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1954
51   01    1954 Jan 01, "Review of 1953's Hits Is on Grocery Shelves"
     02    1954 Jan 02, "3-Year-Old Sherry's Has Air of '90s"
     03    1954 Jan 06, "One Food Shop Stocks 2,000 Items"
     04    1954 Jan 07, "Canned Meats Become Big Business"
     05    1954 Jan 09, "Charm of the Louis Petite Gives It a Second Name"
             (Alfred Drake)
     06    1954 Jan 14, "Suggestions for Cooks In Households for Two"
     07    1954 Jan 15, "Cold Wave Nips Supply Of Tender Vegetables"
     08    1954 Jan 16, "5th Avenue Restaurant Keeps Original Address" 
             (Adam Auerbach)
     09    1954 Jan 19, "Loin Steak of Buffalo? Or Try Japanese Quail" 
             (John Farrel and E. Joseph Market)
     10    1954 Jan 20, "Mellower Instant Coffee Introduced"
     11    1954 Jan 21, "Four Desserts That Have Ways of Cutting Corners"
     12    1954 Jan 23, "City's Food World Gives Its Best in 72 Specialties"
             (Alex Hounie, Chateaubriand; and Mrs. Lewis Armstrong)
     13    1954 Jan 27, "Summer's Wine Tasting Pays January Dividends"
     14    1954 Jan 28, "Late-Ripening Pears at Market Now"
     15    1954 Jan 30, "Beefeaters Patronize Pen and Pencil, on 45th"
             (John Bruno and Mary Pickford)
     16    1954 Feb 02, "Jewish Delicacies Get Around Now by Freezer"
     17    1954 Feb 03, "Van Camp's Beans Take Editor Back to Age of 6"
     18    1954 Feb 06, "Copenhagen on E. 52d St. Shines" 
             (Karen Plume)
     19    1954 Feb 09, "Cream Cheese and Lox"
     20    1954 Feb 26, "Coffee May Reach $1.50, Stay High Through '56"
     21    1954 Feb 27, "Brazil Dining Surpasses Just Coffee"
     22    1954 Mar 01, "Coffee King's Table Set for Visitors"
     23    1954 Mar 02, "Brazil's Food Variety Makes for Good Eating"
     24    1954 Mar 03, "Coffee Trip Produces A Look Inside Kitchens"
     25    1954 Mar 04, "Rules Used in War Days Will Help Stretch Supply"
     26    1954 Mar 06, "Marguerite Cooks, Serves in Village" 
             (Marguerite Lewis)
     27    1954 Mar 08, "Cottage Cheese Put in Mugs for Lent"
     28    1954 Mar 13, "Newark's New Airport Restaurant" 
             (Charles Kozonis)
     29    1954 Mar 15, "Even Groceries and Menus Go Irish" 
             (Mary Frances Keating)
     30    1954 Mar 16, "Victor Borge's No. 2 Hit - His Fowl"
     31    1954 Mar 18, "Macaroni for Lent Has 130 Shapes" 
             (Thyra Samter Winslow)
     32    1954 Mar 20, "Peking House Has Homeland Menus" 
             (Huiling "Beautiful Jade" Shu)
     33    1954 Mar 22, "Sukiyaki Puts New Skillet to Test" 
             (Mrs. Stanley Okada)
     34    1954 Mar 24, "Delicacies Pass Test: 100-Dish Supper"
     35    1954 Mar 25, "Citrus Fruits Bring Gold to Menu"
     36    1954 Mar 27, "Antolotte's Grew From Hero Sandwich" 
             (Mae Antolotte)
     37    1954 Mar 29, "Finds Gold in Hollandaise Mustard"
             (Betsy Marden and Fred Held)
     38    1954 Mar 30, "Glazes Galore for the Easter Ham"
     39    1954 Mar 31, "Passover Wine Flows In From Israel, Yugoslavia"
     40    1954 Apr 01, "Cakes, Puddings, Buns Decked in Easter Finery"
     41    1954 Apr 02, "The Sap Runneth Over On Maple Syrup Farms"
     42    1954 Apr 03, "Café de France Has a Broad Appeal"
             (Philomene le Douzen and John Hodiak)
     43    1954 Apr 05, "Honey Cake Mrs. Murray's Pride" 
             (Mrs. Arthur Murray)
     44    1954 Apr 06, "Beef, Chicken, Tuna Making Debuts"
     45    1954 Apr 07, "Fudge a Career for Anne Brodersen"
     46    1954 Apr 08, "Easter Egg Coloring Is Modernized"
     47    1954 Apr 10, "A Roundup of Attractive Places to Dine"
             (Caesare Siepe and Andrew Bruno)
     48    1954 Apr 12, "Polish, Russian Cakes for Easter"
     49    1954 Apr 13, "A Gingerbread Easter Menagerie"
     50    1954 Apr 14, "Distinctive Soup Made On Order to Take Home"
     51    1954 Apr 15, "Favors for Easter Fill Shops All Over Town"
     52    1954 Apr 16, "Ham, Lamb and Turkey Await the Easter Table"
     53    1954 Apr 17, "Where to Take Visitors For Their Holiday Dinner"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Rowan and daughter Sandra)
     54    1954 Apr 19, "Burgundy Taster Describes Ritual"
     55    1954 Apr 21, "Fleischmann Unit Aims To Improve Food Flavor"
     56    1954 May 05, "Food Editor Describes Voyage to Banana Land"
     57    1954 May 06, "Into the Jungle to See How Banana Is Grown"
     58    1954 May 07, "Banana's Path to Table Strewn With Hazards"
     59    1954 May 08, "Leg of Jungle Beast Serves Six"
     60    1954 May 12, "Californians Pushing A Family-Style Wine"
     61    1954 May 13, "New Cheese Product for Emergencies"
     62    1954 May 18, "A Food Seasoner in the Picnic Sun" 
             (Mrs. Jean Kaufman)
     63    1954 May 20, "Pretzel Bender Going, Robot Is Taking Over"
     64    1954 May 22, "La Scala, W. 54th, Serves Nostalgic Dishes"
           1954 Jan 04, Arturo and Roberto La Scala to Clementine Paddleford
     65    1954 May 24, "German-Style Potato Salad-in Cans"
     66    1954 Jun 05, "Luxury Flying Hotel a French World"
     67    1954 Jun 07, "The Secrets of Dijon's Mustard"
     68    1954 Jun 08, "A Food Editor Looks at France"
     69    1954 Jun 09, "The Burgundy Region And Its Vineyards"
     70    1954 Jun 10, "A Tour of Champagne: How the Wine Is Made" 
     71    1954 Jun 12, "Restaurants Centuries Old Still Thrive"
     72    1954 Jun 14, "Pillsbury's Recipe hunt Doing Nicely"
     73    1954 Jun 15, "Cookie Expert Takes Grandson's Tip"
     74    1954 Jun 18, "Melon Queen Knows Her Melons" 
             (Bonnie Johnson)
     75    1954 Jun 20, "Another Glorious Asset: That New England Food"
     76    1954 Jun 26, "New India House Has a Genial Host" 
             (Hugo Raedle)
     77    1954 Jun 29, "Ham Slicing Technique Yields 5 Different Dishes"
             (John F. Buckley)
     78    1954 Jun 30, "Jeno Paulucci's Idea: His Chinese-Food Firm Is a Story
             Form Alger"
     79    1954 Jul 01, "It's Blueberry Season, And Growers Celebrate"
     80    1954 Jul 03, "Splendid Country Estate Turned Inn" 
             (Mrs. Donald Spears)
     81    1954 Jul 06, "And Now, Bagels in Can, Ready to Heat and Eat"
     82    1954 Jul 07, "West Indies' Falernum Made for Rum"
     83    1954 Jul 08, "Crisp Cookies a Natural With Icy Summer Drink"
     84    1954 Jul 13, "All 'Best' at Ottolina's Food Shop"
     85    1954 Jul 19, "Gin and Tonic Ranks as U. S. Habit"
     86    1954 Jul 20, "Dates - Pride of California's Desert"
     87    1954 Jul 26, "Food News Readers' Day in Court"
     88    1954 Jul 29, "Ice Cream Cone Is 50; Born at St. Louis Fair"
     89    1954 Jul 31, "Turkey Is King at the Barefoot Boy"
             (Miss Irene Craigmile and Arthur R. Vinton, owner)
     90    1954 Aug 02, "Herb Spaghetti Sauce Is Praised"
     91    1954 Aug 04, "Orange Tommy Coming to City Stores"
     92    1954 Aug 05, "August Means Peaches and Cream"
     93    1954 Aug 09, "Salami Wins U. S. - Wide Popularity"
             (Edward Sholemson and Leonard Pines)
     94    1954 Aug 12, "Main-Dish Salad Helps August Meal-Planners"
     95    1954 Aug 21, "The Lighthouse for Seafood at Yonkers" 
             (Tony Lagana)
     96    1954 Aug 23, "Herb Garden Grows Under 41st St.
     97    1954 Aug 24, "Best U. S. Dishes on Cavanagh Menu"
             (Germaine Cazenave Wells and Jack Andrews)
     98    1954 Aug 26, "Try Fruit Pudding-Pie As Evenings Grow Cool"
     99    1954 Sep 09, "Sockeye Salmon Swamp Canneries of Northwest"
     100   1954 Sep 10, "Salmon Cannery Has Tempo of 'Gold Rush'"
     101   1954 Sep 11, "Eating Experiences in the Northwest"
     102   1954 Sep 13, "Salmon Canners Strive for Quality"
     103   1954 Sep 14, "Angel Food Cakes Won Oregon"
     104   1954 Sep 16, "Blue Lake Green Beans A Wonder of Northwest"
     105   1954 Sep 18, "Old Salt Restaurant Brightens 9-W" 
             (Drury Baskerville and Mrs. Allen Steinberg)
     106   1954 Sep 22, "Herb House Packages Savors in Proper Blend"
     107   1954 Sep 23, "Benson Calls Controls Wrong Farm Answer"
     108   1954 Sep 25, "Butler's Restaurant in N. J. Has a Home-Made Flavor"
             (Helen Butler Wilson and brother Gordon L. Butler)
     109   1954 Sep 30, "Watching Yakima Orchard Harvest"
     110   1954 Oct 02, "Hayes' Restaurant Serves Solid Food" 
             (William Johnson and Dick Hayes)
     111   1954 Oct 05, "New Savory Sauce Offered by Heinz"
     112   1954 Oct 06, "Food Writers Open Annual Session"
     113   1954 Oct 07, "Conference Produces Flood of New Recipes"
     114   1954 Oct 08, "New Lipton Soup Tops Dinner for Gourmets"
     115   1954 Oct 14, "Prune Plum Renamed, Now It's Purple Plum"
     116   1954 Oct 16, "4 Restaurants to Provide Specialties"
     117   1954 Oct 20, "Schoonmaker Produces Modern Vintage Chart"
     118   1954 Oct 21, "Chili Powder Becoming a Favorite U. S. Spice"
     119   1954 Oct 23, "Mitzi Gives Jaeger House a New Flair"
     120   1954 Oct 30, "Dick and Eddie's Is Newr the Theaters" 
             (Mary McCoy)
     121   1954 Nov 02, "Beamish Claims Stout for Ireland"
     122   1954 Nov 05, "Black Douglas Cake a Royal Treat"
     123   1954 Nov 06, "Tasty Pomme Souffle a Trade Mark" 
             (Charles a la Pomme Souffle)
     124   1954 Nov 08, "Rum Cake Tailor-Made for Parties" 
             (Bellardi and Stasi Bakery)
     125   1954 Nov 10, "Great Cake Available From Virginia by Mail"
     126   1954 Nov 13, "Charcoal Room for Meat and No Frills" 
             (John Hewer)
     127   1954 Nov 20, "Renato's, Deep in Village for 32 Years" 
             (Renato Trebbi and Pat Finch)
     128   1954 Nov 22, "Oyster Stew a Thanksgiving Starter"
     129   1954 Nov 25, "New Cookbook Gathers Traditional Recipes"
     130   1954 Nov 27, "From Sunday Brunch to Thick Steak"
             (Park Lane Restaurant; Paulette Girard; and Ernest Ermilch)
     131   1954 Dec 01, "Old French Champagne Making Its Bow in U. S."
     132   1954 Dec 02, "Pointers for Making Christmas Fruit Cake"
           1954 Dec 02, "How Response to Food Advertising and Food Promotion 
             Effort is Stepped Up by Food Editorial Leadership"
     133   1954 Dec 04, "New Nedicks Grill Features Bean Soup"
             (Walter S. Mack and Chef Charles Dawkins)
     134   1954 Dec 06, "Gingerbread House Blueprints Out"
     135   1954 Dec 09, "Popcorn Revival Sweeps Country"
     136   1954 Dec 11, "Zum Brauhaus Carries 1890 Up to Now"
             (Martin Ludecke; Dick Shikat; and Gene Stanlee)
     137   1954 Dec 16, "Any Party Demand Filled by Daniel"
     138   1954 Dec 18, "Special Treats for Holiday Dining" 
             (Brenda Denig and David Mann)
     139   1954 Dec 20, "Don't Fret About Unbaked Fruitcake"
             (Sallie Chase, Newton, Connecticut)
     140   1954 Dec 21, "Schrafft Plum Pudding in Portion Size"
     141   1954 Dec 24, "Recipes for Brimming Yuletide's Flowing Bowl"
     142   1954 Dec 27, "Hors d'Oeuvres Ideas for Holiday Week"
     143   1954 Dec 28, "Even Hurricane Edna Didn't Stop This Caterer"
             (George J. Coker and Son)
     144   1954, "Tiny Broilers Coming, Smoked in Sassafras"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1955
52   01    1955 Jan 01, "Feasting in Williamsburg Settings"
     02    1955 Jan 03, "Bread Baked as in Washington's Day"
     03    1955 Jan 04, "Schapira Coffee Shop Revisited" 
     04    1955 Jan 06, "Buckwheat in Comeback-New Uses"
     05    1955 Jan 08, "Tiny Lucky Pierre's Is a French Find"
     06    1955 Jan 10, "Stouffer's Frozen Foods at Macy's"
             (Mrs. Margaret L. Mitchell and Isabel McGovern)
     07    1955 Jan 11, "Readers Tell Pet Peeves On Packaging of Foods"
     08    1955 Jan 12, "An American Prepares Meals Fit for the King" 
             (King Saud ibn Abdul Aziz Al Faisal Al Saud, Saudi Arabia)
     09    1955 Jan 13, "Musical Menu Offered For a Church Supper"
     10    1955 Jan 15, "Peacock Dinner Served in London"
     11    1955 Jan 20, "Taking Look at the Supermarket Age"
     12    1955 Jan 22, "New Johnny's Café a Decorator's Dream"
     13    1955 Jan 24, "Write Alaska for Sour Dough Starter"
     14    1955 Jan 27, "The Meat's the Thing With Bohack"
     15    1955 Jan 30, "It Has Touches of Old South, French, Mexican and Others"
     16    1955 Jan 31, "Prize Pie Opens Pantries to Sesame"
     17    1955 Feb 01, "Artificial Vanilla, Soap Coupons, Fatty Bacon"
     18    1955 Feb 02, "Brides' School to Point Way to a Man's Heart"
     19    1955 Feb 03, "Dairy Product's Lead Daitch Markets' Lists"
     20    1955 Feb 05, "Franklin Simon's Tureen Is Bigger"
     21    1955 Feb 12, "Le Moal Cooks Tripe Masterfully"
     22    1955 Feb 14, "Fondue Dunking Party a Gay Import"
           1955 Feb 14, Chester Braman to Clementine Paddleford
     23    1955 Feb 15, "Still Nothing Like Homemade Bread"
     24    1955 Mar 12, "Cavanagh's Derry Apple Tart"
             (Mary Frances Keating and Chef Jack Andrews)
     25    1955 Mar 16, "Rice Gains Importance As an American Crop"
     26    1955 Mar 17, "Grand Union's Heart Is in Jersey"
     27    1955 Mar 19, "La Toque Blanche Excels For Pure French Cuisine"
     28    1955 Mar 24, "Italian Foods Making New Conquest of U.S."
     29    1955 Mar 26, "Imperiale a Delight in French Cuisine"
     30    1955 Mar 31, "Salad Mold of Sunny Gold Puts Zeal in Easter Meal"
     31    1955 Apr 02, "Whyte's Has Made Haddock Notable"
     32    1955 Apr 05, "Flopsy, Mopsy Peter Hop Into Candy Cases"
     33    1955 Apr 07, "The Ham's the Thing: An Easter Dinner King"
     34    1955 Apr 09, "Veal Is Served Six Ways at Pablo's"
     35    1955 Apr 14, "Cake Decorating for the Housewife" 
             (Norman Wilton)
     36    1955 Apr 16, "It's La Rue for That Big Night Out"
     37    1955 Apr 18, "Maxim's to Unveil Its Frozen Sauces"
             (Maggie Vaudable and Mony Dalmes)
     38    1955 Apr 19, "Gripes Roll In on Food Packaging"
     39    1955 Apr 20, "Dressing With a Flair: Seidner's Mayonnaise"
     40    1955 Apr 23, "Childs Restaurant Booming Again"
     41    1955 Apr 25, "Future Homemakers Seem Adult"
     42    1955 Apr 26, "Apfelstrudel (Viennese) Frozen Now"
     43    1955 Apr 28, "The Onion, Kingly Root, Is Chef's Magic Wand"
     44    1955 Apr 30, "Wine and Food Society Comes of Age"
     45    1955 Apr, "Tea Ritual a Magic Carpet to Japan" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Shotaro Iida)
     46    1955 May 03, "Baby Foods a Major Store Item Now"
     47    1955 May 05, "Succulent Asparagus Sure to Please"
     48    1955 May 07, "Dinner Is an Evening at Chez Vous"
     49    1955 May 12, "Culinary Award for Woman Lawyer"
             (Mrs. Frances L. Roth and Lewis Purdy)
     50    1955 May 14, "Mont d'Or, E. 48th, Is Nice to Shellfish"
     51    1955 May 28, "An Italian Feast To Be Had at Marta's"
     52    1955 Jun 02, "Cooks Lavish With Butter, Cream"
     53    1955 Jun 03, "The Strawberry Reigns On Menus in Belgium"
     54    1955 Jun 04, "Sabena's Passengers Have Royal Meals"
     55    1955 Jun 06, "Glamor Grapes Grown Under Glass"
     56    1955 Jun 07, "A Day at Europe's Newest and Largest Fish Market"
     57    1955 Jun 08, "Belgian Shop Produces Cakes Like Works of Art"
     58    1955 Jun 09, "Endive Culture Is an Art in Belgium"
     59    1955 Jun 11, "Brussels' Carlton Restaurant M-m-m!"
     60    1955 Jun 15, "Manufacturers Answer Reader Gripes on Food"
     61    1955 Jun 18, "In Ostend One Eats Epicurean Fish"
     62    1955 Jun 21, "Cookery Adds to Fame of Martha Washington"
     63    1955 Jun 25, "Founder's Daughter Now Runs Hofbrau"
             (Dorothy Janssen and son Peter)
     64    1955 Jun 27, "Crepes Suzette Now Come in Tins"
     65    1955 Jul 02, "Dictionary Translates Foreign Menus"
     66    1955 Jul 04, "It's a Holiday-Time to Reminisce"
     67    1955 Jul 07, "Pennsylvania Dutch Provide a Treat"
     68    1955 Jul 08, "Lancaster Market    Variety, Plenty"
     69    1955 Jul 09, "Pennsylvania Dutch Have Own 'Hero'"     
     70    1955 Jul 11, "Foie Gras Now in Two-Slice Tins" 
             (Robert M. Goldberg)
     71    1955 Jul 12, "Mangoes No Problem to These Readers" 
             (Patricia Peardon)
     72    1955 Jul 14, "Blueberries Here, Make Those Pies, Muffins"
     73    1955 Jul 16, "New, Intimate Restaurant a Success"
     74    1955 Jul 21, "Cold Soup: Breakfast or Cocktail Time" 
             (Kay Lyder and Louis Bilia)
     75    1955 Jul 23, "Westport's Red Barn Stirs Memories"
     76    1955 Jul 25, "Chilled Shrimp Bisque Chases Heat"
     77    1955 Jul 28, "New Commercial Clam Is Discovered"
     78    1955 Jul 30, "The Sulgrave Controls Your Calories"
     79    1955 Aug 02, "How the Peach Melba Came About"
     80    1955 Aug 06, "Tommy Chen Has Mamaroneck Place"
     81    1955 Aug 11, "Bordeaux Cuisine Upholds Tradition" 
             (Chef Joseph Sicard)
     82    1955 Aug 13, "Best Shrimp Cocktail At Camillo's"
     83    1955 Aug 15, "Vegetable Plates From City's Garden"
     84    1955 Aug 17, "The Tangy Elderberry Makes Wine, Pie, 'Tea;' Fritters, Too"
     85    1955 Aug 18, "Summer Dessert-Light, Nourishing"
     86    1955 Aug 24, "August Is the Season For Crawfish Feasts"
     87    1955 Aug 27, "'The Farms' - A Quiet Inn With a Homey Atmosphere"
     88    1955 Aug 29, "Pickle Secrets Revealed in Booklet"
     89    1955 Sep 03, "Squid in a Wine Sauce At Pantheon on 8th Ave."
     90    1955 Sep 08, "Beef and Vegetables Forming Partnership"
     91    1955 Sep 10, "Manhasset's Riviera Caters To Yachtsmen and Motorists"
     92    1955 Sep 15, "Curries Are Tops for Flavor Blends"
     93    1955 Sep 17, "Oldstone Brings Vienna To the Husdon's Shore"
     94    1955 Sep 21, "Modern Prickly Pears Come to Market Smooth"
     95    1955 Sep 24, "A Restaurant in a Castle: Belhurst, in Finger Lakes"
     96    1955 Sep 26, "Drive On to Sell Bumper Rice Crop"
     97    1955 Sep 29, "These Are Busy Days In Upstate Vineyards" 
             (Mrs. Sarah L. Shill)
     98    1955 Oct 03, "African Dishes Starred at Supper"
     99    1955 Oct 08, "Food Whirls In on Wheels Or Flaming on Sword's End"
     100   1955 Oct 15, "True Chinese Feasting At The Great Shanghai"
             (Sheila Chang and son, Donald)
     101   1955 Oct 17, "Pennsylvania Dutch Food at B. Altman"
     102   1955 Oct 20, "New Patricia Murphy's Her Crowing Venture"
     103   1955 Oct 27, "New Dip for Mealtime Tricks"
     104   1955 Oct 29, "Gracie Mansion Is Scene Of Chinese Buffet Supper"
     105   1955 Nov 03, "Fruited Breads Serve Many Menu Purposes"
     106   1955 Nov 05, "Red Coach Grill Follows The Trend to the Suburbs"
     107   1955 Nov 11, "Slight Changes Pert Up Thanksgiving Dinner"
     108   1955 Nov 12, "Small Restaurants Serving The Ultimate in Dinners"
     109   1955 Nov 18, "Turkeys on the Market: Alive, Dressed, Frozen"
     110   1955 Nov 19, "The Charmant Is Friendly And It Serves Good Food"
     111   1955 Nov 23, "Preparing a Thanksgiving Dinner"
     112   1955 Nov 26, "Onset of Holiday Season Has Restaurants Humming"
     113   1955 Nov 30, "An American Attends Burgundy Wine Feast"
     114   1955 Dec 01, "Many a Cask Is Opened At Beaune Wine Auction"
     115   1955 Dec 02, "The Swiss Like Self-Service Stores"
     116   1955 Dec 03, "Ambrosia at Maxim's: A Continental Dining Tour: Paris,
             Zurich and Geneva"
     117   1955 Dec 05, "Swissair Meal Is More Than Dinner"
     118   1955 Dec 07, "A Tour of the Lindt Plant: Swiss Chocolate Family
             Carries On"
     119   1955 Dec 08, "Preparing the Goose for Foie Gras"
     120   1955 Dec 09, "Strasbourg Gets Ready For the Foie Gras Rush"   
     121   1955 Dec 10, "There Are Always Seconds: Meals at the Swiss Café
             Follow Homeland Style"
     122   1955 Dec 13, "Artist Shares Her Holiday Secret" 
             (Mrs. Eleanor Street)
     123   1955 Dec 14, "Coast Woman Wins Pillsbury Contest"
     124   1955 Dec 15, "Books for Cooks - Novice to Gourmet"
     125   1955 Dec 17, "Les Pyrenees Offers Snails In Real Burgundy Fashion"
     126   1955 Dec 24, "La Cloche d'Or on 3d Ave., A Bistro on the Smart Side"
     127   1955 Dec 29, "Fine Touches for New Year Punches"
     128   1955 Dec 31, "A Plate of Salutes: Places for Good Eating That Helped
             to Speed 1955"
     129   1955, "Afternoon Tea Gaining Ground Against Cocktail"
     130   1955, "Turkey Pancakes, Pie Ambrosia of Leftovers"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1956
53   01    1956 Jan 04, "It's Food Readers' Turn - And Mail Is Delicious"
     02    1956 Jan 05, "Big 1955 Honey Crop Entering Market
     03    1956 Jan 07, "Rosalie Combines Singing, Cooking"
     04    1956 Jan 14, "Rickey Restaurant Is Small, But Its Patronage Large"
     05    1956 Jan 16, "Viennese Baker Keeping the Faith"
     06    1956 Jan 19, "A Trip to Bern: Swiss Cheese-Making, From Cow to the Wheel"
     07    1956 Jan 21, "Food Is Rich and Filling At Garfeins, on First Ave."
     08    1956 Jan 23, "Scots' Celebrations Demand Haggis"
     09    1956 Jan 26, "Pizza Gives Hot Dog and Hamburger Close Race"
     10    1956 Jan 28, "Mario's on E. 56th St., Serves It Roman Style"
             (Mario and Lynn Dollar)
     11    1956 Jan 30, "Famous Faces Grace Biscuit Tins"
     12    1956 Feb 04, "Village Restaurant Grows From Another's Waiting Line"
     13    1956 Feb 15, "3 Tiny Cubes Start a Big Business" 
             (Erwin Meyer)
     14    1956 Feb 16, "Bread Pudding Has Thousand Variations"
     15    1956 Feb 18, "Authentic Japanese Food Built in Fuji, on W. 56th"
             (Fuji Restaurant and Mrs. Masa Hirai and Josephine Emy)
     16    1956 Feb 23, "Pepperidge Introduces Royal Cookies"
             (Margaret Rudkin, director, Pepperridge Farm)
     17    1956 Feb 25, "Chiaventone's, on 13th, A Cozy Place for Eating"
     18    1956 Mar 01, "Fish Provides Wide Variety for Lenten Meals"
     19    1956 Mar 10, "The Eden Roc Club, E. 48th, Is All Velvet and Leather"
     20    1956 Mar 12, "Ireland Discovers the N. Y. Market"
     21    1956 Mar 15, "Golden Foods Traditional for Easter Meals"
     22    1956 Mar 17, "It's Moriarity's Today For a St. Patrick Dinner"
     23    1956 Mar 22, "Easter Cakes Baked in May Lands"
     24    1956 Mar 24, "Frog Legs Done to a Turn Are Served at Le Caneton"
     25    1956 Mar 26, "Bunny Bouquet Livens Easter Table"
     26    1956 Apr 07, "Hawaiian Room at Lexington Offers Real Polynesian Meal"
     27    1956 Apr 26, "South African Dishes For Long Island Safaris"
     28    1956 May 09, "Holland Hams Become a U. S. Staple"
     29    1956 May 12, "Restaurants Around Town Having May Bowl Parties"
     30    1956 May 17, "Shorties Popular as Berries Ripen"
              (Newman E. Drake; Charles E. Drake; and Frank S. Freeland)
     31    1956 May 19, "Restaurant Discoveries From All Around Town"
     32    1956 May 21, "Antique Show to Offer Ancient Cooky Molds"
     33    1956 May 22, "Long Whites Rule Potato Markets"
     34    1956 May 23, "Market Is Booming For Low-Calorie Foods"
     35    1956 May 24, "Secret of Good Cocoa Unearthed in Haarlem"
     36    1956 Jun 02, "Blackstone Dogwood Room Offers True Southern Menu"
     37    1956 Jun 07, "Strawberry Harvest Reaches Its Peak"
     38    1956 Jun 09, "Time Hasn't Changed The Donnybrook Inn"
     39    1956 Jun 13, "White Rock Introduces New Vodka Soda Mixer"
             (Alfred Y. Morgan, President, White Rock Corporation)
     40    1956 Jun 14, "Mortar Boards for Graduation Menus"
     41    1956 Jun 16, "Michael's Pub Specialized In Theater Personalities"
     42    1956 Jun 21, "Holland's Herring Is Fit for a Queen"
     43    1956 Jun 23, "West Point's Hotel Thayer Is a Real American Inn"
     44    1956 Jun 25, "Foot-Wide Pancake"
     45    1956 Jun 28, "Serve Coolers on the Rocks"
     46    1956 Jun 30, "Exciting Spanish Food On Menu of El Quijote"
     47    1956 Jul 10, "Old Sangaree Back as Summer Drink"
     48    1956 Jul 14, "TV's 'Millionaire' Star Gives Dinner"
     49    1956 Jul 16, "Tea-a Low-Calorie Cooling System"
     50    1956 Jul 18, "Oriental Foods Gaining Popularity" 
             (Irving A. Sibushnick)
     51    1956 Jul 19, "Hostess Gifts for Week-End Visitor"
     52    1956 Jul 21, "New Popularity Gained By Oriental Restaurants"
     53    1956 Jul 25, "Instant Coffee Can Give Full-Bodied Iced Drink"
             (Carl W. Plehaty, Jr., Product Manager, Chase and Sanborn)
     54    1956 Jul 26, "New Diet Aids Look Good Enough to Eat"
     55    1956 Jul 28, "Johnny Johnston Transfers Restaurant to Connecticut"
     56    1956 Aug 25, "Pull Up at Chuck Wagon At Chow Time Out West"
     57    1956 Aug 27, "Northwest Tour Pays in Food Ideas"
             (Mrs. Ernest Blazer, Yuba City, California; Mrs. Kenneth Bixler,
             Cashmire, Washington; Mrs. Victor Wulff, Spokane, Washington; and
             Mrs. Max Henrich, Pullman, Washington)
     58    1956 Sep 01, "Holiday Buffet: California Salad"
     59    1956 Sep 06, "There's More to Lambs Than Legs"
     60    1956 Sep 08, "View Is Heavenly and So Is Food"
     61    1956 Sep 10, "Indonesian Foods Come Ready to Heat and Eat"
     62    1956 Sep 13, "Scallops Bring Tang of Sea to Table"    
     63    1956 Sep 15, "2 Old Normandie Waiters Have New Restaurant Here"
     64    1956 Sep 20, "For Fall" Spareribs or Stew"
     65    1956 Sep 22, "Tony Mele Has Left E. 56th, Has Long Island Restaurant"
     66    1956 Sep 29, "Food Editor's Parties Win Praise for Waldorf"     
     67    1956 Oct 06, "Le Gourmet, Very French, Marks Its 18th Year in N. Y."
     68    1956 Oct 13, "Muscovy Duck's the Dish When Dining at the Copain"
     69    1956 Oct 17, "Fall Brings Fresh Cider Spurting From Presses"
     70    1956 Oct 18, "Many a Good Meal Begins With a Can of Beans"
     71    1956 Oct 20, "The Fiddle Is a Week-End Haven"
     72    1956 Oct 24, "Sherry Parties Steal The Cocktails' Thunder" 
             (Richard Bett)
     73    1956 Oct 27, "An Eating Place With 'Integrity'"
     74    1956 Nov 01, "Plenty of New Ways to Eat an Apple a Day"
     75    1956 Nov 03, "Special Rooms Opening For Diners Around Town"
     76    1956 Nov 05, "Spices Key to New England Feast"
     77    1956 Nov 08, "Chefs Recruited for Olympics"
             (Chef Alexandre Chenevier, Australian Hotel, Melbourne, Australia)
     78    1956 Nov 10, "Elixir d'Anvers in Debut At the Monsignore, E. 55th"
     79    1956 Nov 12, "Now Artichoke Hearts Are Peeled and Ready"
     80    1956 Nov 13, "The Catering Gottliebs in Their New Kitchen"
             (Paul and Trudy Gottlieb, Ritz Plaza Catering)
     81    1956 Nov 15, "Spanish Foods Are Gaining Favor Here"
     82    1956 Nov 17, "British Tradition on Madison Avenue"
     83    1956 Nov 21, "Pouilly Fume Suggested For the Holiday Turkey"
     84    1956 Nov 22, "Thanksgiving Dinner's Still Same as Pilgrims"
             (Helen Duprey Bullock, Historian, National Trust for Historic Preservation)
     85    1956 Nov 24, "Chefs at Little Bohemia Cook According to Whim"
     86    1956 Nov 27, "New French Cooking Calendar Is for U. S. Use"
             (Narcisse Chamberlain, daughter of Samuel Chamberlain, photographer)
     87    1956 Nov 29, "New Mushroom Crop Due Here"
     88    1956 Dec 01, "Penthouse Club Is 15 Stories Up"
     89    1956 Dec 06, "Cornucopias for Holiday Cookies"
     90    1956 Dec 08, "Simplicity, Native Food Mark Virgin Is. Dining"
     91    1956 Dec 15, "Royal Eating in New Restaurant"
     92    1956 Dec 22, "Christmas Is a Luchow Tradition"
     93    1956 Dec 26, "Fruit Cakes Are Still Good Eating All the Year 'Round"
     94    1956 Dec 27, "Punch and Eggnog Recipes for New Year's Cheer"
     95    1956 Dec 29, "For New Year's Feast, Roast Goose at Janssen's"
             (Chef Camille Klein)
     96    1956 Dec, "Dumplings Win $25,000 in Bake-Off"
     97    1956, "Food Writers Settle In On Annual Eating Binge"
     98    1956, "Green Tomatoes Add New Flavor to Menu"
     99    1956, "Herald Tribune Opening Bride School Next Week"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1957
54   01    1957 Jan 02, "New Grocery Wonders Await Shoppers in '57"
     02    1957 Jan 03, "After Holiday Feast Switch to Chowder"
     03    1957 Jan 05, "John Bruno Gives Lesson On Picking a Fine Steak"
     04    1957 Jan 07, "Bismark Herring Now Mild Cured"
     05    1957 Jan 09, "Bible Student Reveals Old Jerusalem Recipes" 
             (Paul Ilton)
     06    1957 Jan 12, "Armando's, on W. 57th St., Has a Famous Pedigree"
     07    1957 Jan 16, "A Parade of New Kitchen Wrinkles"
     08    1957 Jan 17, "Peach Time Marks Centennial"
     09    1957 Jan 19, "Cuisine at the Baronet Runs World-Wide Gamut"
     10    1957 Jan 21, "Lobster a l'Americaine Is French, Study Finds"
     11    1957 Jan 26, "Romance and Food Are Casanova's Specialties"
     12    1957 Jan 28, "How to Fix Roast Suckling Pig"
     13    1957 Jan 31, "Hungarian Refugees Bring New Dishes"
             (Waylande and Yolande Gregory and Mari Sere)
     14    1957 Feb 01, "Official Tea Tasters Sample '57 Crop"
     15    1957 Feb 02, "At the Laurent, Novelties Are a Daily Occurrence"
     16    1957 Feb 08, "More Vine-Ripened Tomatoes Now in Market"
     17    1957 Feb 14, "What They Eat at College Gala"
     18    1957 Feb 16, "Lobster Becomes Poetry In Bird in Glass Kitchen"
     19    1957 Feb 19, "Tips on Making a Scrapple Feast" 
             (Charles Rawlings)
             Correspondence, Charles Rawlings to Clementine Paddleford, 1957 Feb 21
     20    1957 Feb 21, "Cheese for Breakfast in Holland"
     21    1957 Feb 28, "Supermarkets Feature Foods of Foreign Lands" 
             (Betty Ossola)
     22    1957 Feb, "Boston Tea Party Tea Returns"
     23    1957 Mar 02, "Best Restaurants Giving Soups a Mantle of Glamour"
     24    1957 Mar 17, "St. Patrick's Day Prize Recipes"
     25    1957 Mar 28, "Food Editor Shops in South American Markets"
     26    1957 Mar 31, "Palate Never Bored at Andre's"
     27    1957 Apr 01, "A Peruvian Feast at Rosita Rios"
     28    1957 Apr 04, "Gourmet Galley Up in Clouds"
     29    1957 Apr 06, "Dining Guide Is Offered For S. American Cities"
     30    1957 Apr 08, "South American Soups Are Filling"
     31    1957 Apr 11, "Modern Easter Ham Comes Lean and Succulent"
     32    1957 Apr 13, "Readers Have Their Say On Good Eating Places"
     33    1957 Apr 15, "Push Button Meals Arrive at Last"
     34    1957 Apr 18, "Naval Academy Gets Woman Dietician"
     35    1957 Apr 20, "For South American Dishes It's El Chico, in the Village"
     36    1957 Apr 24, "Argentina Pouring Out A Huge Flood of Wine"
     37    1957 Apr 30, "Common Crackers Stir Memories of Readers"
     38    1957 May 01, "May Day - A Memory Of Romantic Yesterday"
     39    1957 May 04, "Gourmets Laud New Italian Pavilion"
     40    1957 May 13, "Bananas Are Best Buy; Fine Quality, Low Price"
     41    1957 May 16, "Week's Top Roast: Spring Lamb"
     42    1957 May 18, "Changes Few at Pierre's in Decade"
     43    1957 May 20, "'Radar Preserved' Food Coming Soon" 
             (David A. Copson)
     44    1957 May 23, "Where Chocolate Crop Grows on Trees"
     45    1957 May 25, "St. Moritz Café Open for 25th Season"
     46    1957 May 27, "Shipbuilder in Shanghai Is Now a Caterer Here"
     47    1957 May 30, "Climate and Grapes of Chile Ideal for Wine"
             (Pedro Undurraga, Sr. and son Pedro II)
     48    1957 Jun 01, "Press Box Freezes Glasses To Keep Drinks in the Pink"
             (Diana van der Vlis)
     49    1957 Jun 03, "Dairy Industry Takes on a New Look"
     50    1957 Jun 04, "June Brings More Milk; Some Tempting Recipes"
     51    1957 Jun 05, "Americans Lag as Milk-Drinkers"
     52    1957 Jun 06, "Ice Cream All-Time Favorite Served Any Way"
           1957 Jun 06, "U. S. Taste for Cheese Is Growing"
     53    1957 Jun 08, "Lafayette Dining Tradition Given New Life at Ricky's"
     54    1957 Jun 13, "Strawberries Pour Into Town at Peak Season"
     55    1957 Jun 15, "Chic Chez Vito Comes to Yonkers"
     56    1957 Jun 17, "Housewife Success Story: From Cook to Caterer" 
             (Nata Lee)
     57    1957 Jun 20, "Sandwich Pie Tops With Teen-Age Star"
     58    1957 Jun 22, "A Super-Delicatessen Shop Since 1872"
     59    1957 Jun 26, "The Latin Nations Enjoy Their Vermouth Straight"
     60    1957 Jun 27, "Barbecue Boom Is as Big as All Outdoors"
     61    1957 Jun 29, "White Turkey at Hartsdale A Treat in Country Eating"
     62    1957 Jul 01, "Power Behind Throne Of Canned Liver Pate"
           [Note, no column Jul 6-Aug 31, Paddleford on leave of absence until
           Labor Day]
     63    1957 Sep 05, "Apples Ripe for Fall Harvest"
     64    1957 Sep 07, "Spinning Wheel Serves Good New England Meals"
     65    1957 Sep 21, "Tenafly's Clinton Inn Stays Oldtime, Yet Seems Modern"
     66    1957 Sep 26, "Right Breakfast Can Make Your Day"
     67    1957 Sep 28, "Mark Twain Inn Sets A Real Yankee Table"
     68    1957 Oct 05, "Rose Buds Give Dessert Color"
     69    1957 Oct 10, "Meet the Big Cheese Family"
     70    1957 Oct 15, "Barberry Room Is Open Again"
     71    1957 Oct 16, "Cookie Recipe Wins"
     72    1957 Oct 17, "Mystery Fruitcake Is New Idea in Holiday Baking"
     73    1957 Oct 19, "T. W. A. Luxury Flights Offer 'New Look' Menu"
     74    1957 Oct 22, "Stew Served in Pumpkin" 
             (Mrs. Mickey Falkenburg Wagstaff)
     75    1957 Oct 26, "Teddy's, on W. Broadway, Is Host to Gourmet Club"
     76    1957 Nov 02, "Beef-er Is Its Name, Excellent Is Its Food"
     77    1957 Nov 06, "Hunt for Crumpets"
             (Mrs. Joseph H. Mori, Hicksville, Long, Island, New York and
             Valentine Howell, Newark, New Jersey)
     78    1957 Nov 07, "Oriental Recipes Easy to Prepare"
     79    1957 Nov 09, "Answer Is 'Yes' at Le Vouvray's"
     80    1957 Nov 16, "The Roost Presents Hearty Fare in Newark"
     81    1957 Nov 18, "Game Hen Favorite" 
             (Jacques and Therese Makowsky)
     82    1957 Nov 23, "4 Diners Cast Good-Eating Votes"
     83    1957 Nov 27, "Cooking Directions for Your Turkey"
     84    1957 Nov 28, "Cradle of Cookery"
     85    1957 Nov 30, "Assembly Doesn't Look It, But It's Sure a Steak House"
     86    1957 Nov, "Steps in Stuffing"
     87    1957 Dec 05, "Little Citrus Is Plentiful, Adaptable"
     88    1957 Dec 07, "Where Gourmets Gather"
     89    1957 Dec 12, "Spice the Wassail Bowl"
     90    1957 Dec 14, "A Special Dinner for Six As Served at the Imperiale"
     91    1957 Dec 19, "Snips and Snacks"
     92    1957 Dec 21, "Blue Spruce Inn, a Santa Claus World"
     93    1957 Dec 26, "Fruit is Colorful for Holidays"
             (Wayne and Melinda Morris and daughter Pam)
     94    1957 Dec 28, "Authentic Hawaii, East of First Ave."
     95    1957, "Dinner at Newtown Inn Crowns a Summer Drive"
     96    1957, "Papayas on Their Way To American Tables"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1958
55   01    1958 Jan 02, "Spicy Caribbean Cuisine"
     02    1958 Jan 04, "Glamour Rules Where Saloon Was"
     03    1958 Jan 11, "New Year's Again at Two Guitars"
     04    1958 Jan 16, "Coffee With Sophistication"
     05    1958 Jan 18, "Leone's Where the Dining IS Opulent"
     06    1958 Jan 23, "Italy Comes to the Table"
     07    1958 Jan 25, "Restaurant Is 'All Japan' in New York"
     08    1958 Jan 28, "Return of the Crumpet"
     09    1958 Feb 01, "Mandarin Restaurant Feasts: Banquet Tables Overflow On
             New Year In Chinatown"
     10    1958 Feb 04, "Chowder, East or West"
     11    1958 Feb 06, "Dried Fruit Tricks"
     12    1958 Feb 08, "Jumbo Steaks Their Specialty"
     13    1958 Feb 13, "Tea-Tidings and Toddys"
             (Gunter Schmidt and Maureen White)
     14    1958 Feb 15, "Steaming Like Old Vesuvius, Dishes Call Men to Salta's"
     15    1958 Feb 24, "Dining in Colorful Rio" 
             (Lia Lobo de Moraes, Sao Paulo, Brazil)
     16    1958 Feb 25, "Dining Out in Rio" 
             (Van Heflin)
     17    1958 Mar 06, "International Cheese Tray"
           1958 Mar 06, "It's a Mystery!"
     18    1958 Mar 08, "Sherry's 1890 Combines Best in Dining of 2 Eras"
     19    1958 Mar 11, "New Ways to Use Lamb" 
             (Clifford G. Bowes)
     20    1958 Mar 13, "The Eating o' the Green"
     21    1958 Mar 15, "Shannon Helps Cavanagh's Perfect St. Patrick's Menu"
     22    1958 Mar 20, "Lent - With New Interest"
     23    1958 Mar 22, "A Grinzing at Home, Too, For Good Wine, Gayety"
     24    1958 Mar 27, "Kosher Food for Passover"
     25    1958 Mar 29, "Sun Yah Restaurant Is a Place Apart"
     26    1958 Apr 03, "Ham for Easter Feasting"
     27    1958 Apr 05, "Dining in the Danish Manner"
             (Sven Erik Libaeck, Harald Tusberg, and Kaare Terland, Norwegian
             merchant marine cadets)
     28    1958 Apr 12, "Europe Will Taste U. S. Cooking"
     29    1958 Apr 17, "Salute to Belgian Cooks"
     30    1958 Apr 19, "Readers Find Good Dine-Out Spots"
     31    1958 Apr 28, "Smoked Hams - Farm Style"
     32    1958 Apr 29, "Caterers on Call"
     33    1958 May 08, "Stretch Those Strawberries"
     34    1958 May 28, "Poppy Cannon Serves Up Gourmet Food in Jiffy"
     35    1958 May 31, "The Coat of Arms Is Small But Its Menu Is Large"
     36    1958 Jun 05, "'Tis June the Dairy Month"
     37    1958 Jun 07, "Romanian Food a 2d Ave. Treat"
     38    1958 Jun 11, "Party Recipes From Little Rock"
     39    1958 Jun 14, "Town Restaurant Plans Dinner at Prices of 1908"
     40    1958 Jun 19, "Summer Is Salad Season"
     41    1958 Jun 21, "Coach and Four Features Good Food, Regional Wine"
     42    1958 Jun 24, "Yankee Doodle Dishes"
             (Mrs. Hilda Howard, executive chef, Rainbow Room, RCA Building)
     43    1958 Jun 26, "Barbecue Boom Is Big Business"
     44    1958 Jun 28, "'Motel on the Mountain' Brings Japan to Ramapos"
     45    1958 Jun 30, Help for Outdoor Cooks"
     46    1958 Jul 05, "City Island's Thwaites Done Over"
     47    1958 Jul 09, "Chowder Battle On"
     48    1958 Jul 12, "Restaurant Has a Way With Meats"
     49    1958 Jul 17, "A Tahitian Feast"
     50    1958 Jul 19, "N. J. Restaurant a Flavorful Retreat"
     51    1958 Jul 26, "Longfellow's Wayside Inn Reopens"
     52    1958 Jul 28, "Multi-Purpose Seasoning"
     53    1958 Aug 02, "Menu at Patsy Marconi's: Food With Dash of Humor"
     54    1958 Aug 07, "Touch of Tartness"
     55    1958 Aug 09, "Crystal Brook Inn Feasts Track Fans"
     56    1958 Aug 19, "Fine Cooking Frozen For Home Enjoyment"
     57    1958 Aug 23, "Villa D'Este Menu Carries New European Food Ideas"
     58    1958 Aug 25, "Now Is the Time For Golden Pear"
     59    1958 Aug 30, "Colonial Decor, Radar Range at Milleridge Inn"
     60    1958 Sep 02, "Japanese Foods Adapted To Use in American Menus"
     61    1958 Sep 04, "Festival With Wine" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. John Stillman, New York City and Alma Crosby)
     62    1958 Sep 06, "September Returns Oysters To Grand Central Throne"
     63    1958 Sep 13, "Dining an Adventure on the Raceway"
     64    1958 Sep 18, "Shiny Showcase In Old Virginia"
     65    1958 Sep 20, "Restaurants Around Town Reflect Tingle of Fall Days"
     66    1958 Sep 23, "Editors Tell New Food Stories"
     67    1958 Sep 24, "When Dough Means Dough"
     68    1958 Sep 25, "Marathon of Good Eating" 
             (Myra Waldo)
     69    1958 Sep 27, "P. J. Moriarty's Restaurant Moves, But Keeps Its Flavor"
     70    1958 Sep 30, "Give a Boston Tea Party"
     71    1958 Oct 04, "Sardi's on the East Side Already Plans Expansion"
     72    1958 Oct 18, "Entirely Irish Meals Star At the Airport in Shannon"
     73    1958 Oct 28, "Pennsylvania Dutch Meal"
     74    1958 Nov 01, "Thanksgiving Day Dinner With Stonehenge 'Skinker'"
             (Victor Gilbert, owner Stonehenge Restaurant and Chef Primo Mantegari)
             1958 Aug 12, "We Charge More But Give More" by Emmett Davis, Daily
                American, Rome Italy
     75    1958 Nov 08, "Former Restaurant Ending Its First Year of Opulence"
     76    1958 Nov 12, "Mangoes"
     77    1958 Nov 13, "Honey - That Heavenly Nectar"
     78    1958 Nov 15, "Feast Worthy of an Oscar Is Served at the Sun Luck"
     79    1958 Nov 19, "Smoked Birds Are"
     80    1958 Nov 20, "A-Nutting We Go In Harvest Time"
     81    1958 Nov 22, "The Envoy Aims to Please Appetites of the Top Brass"
     82    1958 Nov 29, "The East Side's Charmant, A Friendly Place for Eating"
     83    1958 Dec 04, "Mincemeat Season"
     84    1958 Dec 06, "Manny Wolf's Take Over By Three New Partners"
     85    1958 Dec 10, "Fruit Cakes for Every Taste"
     86    1958 Dec 13, "Big Gains Found in Art of Cooking"
     87    1958 Dec 31, "Spirit Lifters for 1959"
     88    1958, "Calories Galore as Food Editors Convene"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1959
56   01    1959 Jan 03, "Owner Dreams Up Extras In Exuberant Cuban Spot"
             (Aracelio Perez, owner, Liborio Restaurant and Sheila Smith)
     02    1959 Feb 14, "Swiss Pavilion Has Something New"
     03    1959 Feb 21, "Italian Dishes, Home Style, Are Mama Laura's Pride"
             (Laura Albertario and son, Carlo)
     04    1959 Feb 23, "Tranquilized Steers   Contented Steaks"
     05    1959 Feb 28, "Chalet Suisse Lays 1st Claim To Fondue Bourguignonne"
             (Rain Winslow "Mrs. Orson Bean" and Michael Wayne, owner, Old
             Homestead Restaurant)
     06    1959 Mar 07, "Boboli Restaurant Believes In Leisurely, Good Eating"
             (Mrs. Frost Wilkinson, Mrs. Jules Singer, Mrs. Edward McMahon,
             Mrs. Leon Berton, Artura Sacco and chef Marino Filberti)
     07    1959 Mar 14, "It's Smorgasbord for Lauritz Melchior"
             (Lauritz Melchior and chef Karl Holst)
     08    1959 Mar 18, "Perrier Table Water Imported From France"
     09    1959 Mar 22, "Aluminum Foil, The Housewives' Boon"
     10    1959 Mar 25, "How to Satisfy a Sweet Tooth"
     11    1959 Mar 26, "Lamb on the Easter Table"
     12    1959 Mar 28, "Thousand-Year Eggs Top A Banquet at the Lotus"
             (Myrna Luo and Raymond Wang)
     13    1959 Mar 30, "Unique Cooking Academy To Be Sponsored by Maxim's in Paris"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vaudable, owners, Maxim's Restaurant and Jane Kilbourne)
     14    1959 Apr 02, "Bananas for Calorie Counters"
     15    1959 Apr 04, "Host, Chef and Waiter Are One At E. 58th St. Restaurant"
             (Darrow Manter)
     16    1959 Apr 11, "New Restaurants to Try; Readers Give Favorites"
     17    1959 Apr 16, "The Festival of the Passover"
             (Mrs. Bernard Manischewitz and daughter Edith)
     18    1959 Apr 20, "The Escoffier Society Dines"
             (Chef Paul and Chef Manuel Orta, Hotel Pierre)
     19    1959 Apr 25, "Friendliness Is the Feature On House of Buscaglia Menu"
             (Carlo Buscaglia and son Tony)
     20    1959 Apr 30, "Green Grows the Asparagus"
     21    1959 May 02, "May Wine Celebrations Top Menus This Week"
     22    1959 May 09, "Enrico & Paglieri Has Village Flavor of 1908"
     23    1959 May 13, "Garden Set for Gourmet Dinner" 
             (Peter Gust Economou)
     24    1959 May 16, "Patrons Never Forget Mary's, on Bedford St."
     25    1959 May 21, "The Big Bonanza in Eggs"
     26    1959 May 23, "Absinthe House Becomes House of 100 Partners"     
     27    1959 May 30, "Warwick Raleigh Room Serves Fashion Brunch"
     28    1959 Jun 04, "America's Top Dessert"
     29    1959 Jun 11, "The Hero Is a Giant"
     30    1959 Jun 13, "Fine Chinese Cookery At the 2d Ave. Peking"
     31    1959 Jun 20, "A Place to Go Back To, Vincent's Maison Mario"
     32    1959 Jun 25, "Feast on the Strawberry"
     33    1959 Jun 27, "Eating, Drinking as Art Is Rex's First Principle"
     34    1959 Jul 04, "40-Foot Waterfall Cools Patrons at Cobb's Mill"
     35    1959 Jul 11, "For Seafood and the Sea: The South Norwalk Pier"
     36    1959 Jul 18, "For Elegance, Paramus Offers the Continental"
     37    1959 Jul 20, "A Fortune in Chinese Foods"
     38    1959 Jul 25, "Villa Victor, in Syosset, Is a Week-End Haven"
     39    1959 Jul, "Canned Salmon Price"
     40    1959 Aug 01, "City Island Lobster Box A Seafood Port of Call"
     41    1959 Aug 15, "Staten Island Has Own Tavern on the Green"
     42    1959 Aug 22, "A Cool, Green Oasis In Heart of the Village"
     43    1959 Aug 25, "Tequila Drinks Gain In Popularity Here"
     44    1959 Aug 27, "Pick of the Peaches"
     45    1959 Aug 29, "Truffle Here as Puree, Winning More Gourmets"
     46    1959 Sep 24, "Sherry Harvest in Spain"
     47    1959 Sep 30, "Sherry Time Is Noon or Night"
     48    1959 Oct 07, "Whole Strawberries Preserved"
     49    1959 Oct 08, "Harvest Time for Spanish Olives"
     50    1959 Oct 10, "LaZambra Recaptures An Evening in Seville"
     51    1959 Oct 13, "Old-Time Fare for Frosty Days"     
     52    1959 Oct 24, "View and the Food Keep Top of the Sixes Busy"
     53    1959 Oct 28, "Meat Roasted on a Turning Spit Is Feature of Gourmet Dinner"
     54    1959 Oct 31, "Arctic Charr Here...and 'Extra' Trout"
     55    1959 Nov 07, "Sitting In on a Banquet Served at Shanghai East"
     56    1959 Nov 09, "There's Game Hunting Over Brooklyn Bridge"
     57    1959 Nov 14, "The Da Vinci Prepares Food to Suit Any Mood"
             (Ed and Ginny McCarthy)
     58    1959 Nov 19, "New Tricks for Traditional Pies"
     59    1959 Nov 25, "Cooking From the Past"
     60    1959 Nov 28, "Weekly Game Dinners On the Bill at Janssen's"
     61    1959 Dec 03, "Tradition in Christmas Cookies"
     62    1959 Dec 05, "Yonkers Candlelight Is a Holiday Paradise"
     63    1959 Dec 10, "Swedish Celebration: Traditional Food Will Be Served on
             Lucia's Day"
     64    1959 Dec 12, "Places to Fete Guests Here for the Holdiays"
     65    1959 Dec 19, "Meals at The Eastsider Are Notable for Sauces"
     66    1959 Dec 21, "Pear Grows in Brandy Bottle"
     67    1959 Dec 23, "Sauce the Christmas Pudding"
     68    1959 Dec 26, "The Argenteuil Is Small But Has Much to Boast Of"
     69    1959 Dec 31, "Ways to Toast the New Year"
     70    1959 Dec, "Correct Way to Serve Champagne"
     71    1959, "A Trayful of Favorites Reported on by Readers"
     72    195? Jul 30, "Gin and Tonic Fast Becoming A Favorite U. S. Summer Drink"
     73    195? Oct 10, "Quince, Gift of Persia, Offers Enticing Flavor"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1960
57   01    1960 Jan 02, "Reader-Spotted Places From 4th St. to Maine"
     02    1960 Jan 09, "Squeri's Is Family-Run, Prices Are Moderate"
     03    1960 Jan 14, "Flatter the Plate With Bacon"
     04    1960 Jan 16, "Authentic Indian Food Is the Karachi's Pride"
     05    1960 Jan 21, "Dishing Up a Bit o' Scotland"
     06    1960 Jan 23, "Ex-Waitress a Partner And Le Gourmet Thrives"
             (Annie Hankala and Chef Matthew Jam)
     07    1960 Jan 27, "Little Herring Big Business"
     08    1960 Jan 30, "The New Weston Turns Tea Time Into an Event"
     09    1960 Feb 02, "Tiny Vegetables a Specialty" 
             (Eileen Brennan)
     10    1960 Feb 04, "Jellies Are Mealtime Magicians"
     11    1960 Feb 06, "Tomaldo's Soon to Start 15th Year on Third Av."
     12    1960 Feb 11, "...Of Cabbages and Things"
     13    1960 Feb 13, "Has a Lyonnaise Flair L'Auberge de France"
     14    1960 Feb 18, "The Cooking of Genoa" 
             (Dr. Pietro F. Migone)
     15    1960 Feb 20, "King Dragon Rests Case On Cantonese Cookery"
     16    1960 Feb 25, "Canned Foods Key to Menu Magic"
     17    1960 Feb 27, "Le Coq Hardi Provides Belgian Home Cooking"
     18    1960 Mar 05, "Robert's Place Going On Though He Has Retired" 
             (Robert Scott)
     19    1960 Mar 06, "Know What to Eat and Where"
     20    1960 Mar 07, "Abalone on the East Coast"
     21    1960 Mar 08, "Less Fat in New Lamb Grades"
     22    1960 Mar 10, "Macaroni Shapes-Plain and Fancy"
     23    1960 Mar 12, "Gourmet Society Feast Honors St. Patrick"
     24    1960 Mar 14, "Meet Le Pavillon's New Chef" 
             (Henri Soule, owner Le Pavillon Restaurant and Clement Grangier)
     25    1960 Mar 16, "Frost-Nipped Parsnip Is Best"
     26    1960 Mar 26, "A Kansas Cousin Likes The Penguin, on W. 9th"
             (Nat Simon and son, Jerry Simon)
     27    1960 Apr 02, "In the Village or on 53d The Cin Cin Is the Same"
     28    1960 Apr 07, "Old and New Blend for Passover"
     29    1960 Apr 09, "Les Pyrenees Features Theater-Goers' Meals"
     30    1960 Apr 11, "Prize-Winning Orange Desserts" 
             (Mrs. Myrtle Risdall)
     31    1960 Apr 14, "A Garden Filled With Easter Sweets"
     32    1960 Apr 16, "Café du Soir, in E. 86th, Has Three Strong Points"
             (Mrs. Harold Blumenfeld)
     33    1960 Apr 23, "Les Amis d'Escoffier Eat the Perfect Dinner"
     34    1960 Apr 28, "Chafing Dish Cookery for Company"
     35    1960 May 16, "Grapes and Wine From Belgium"
     36    1960 May 21, "Benefit Picnic Tonight At Rockefeller Plaza"
             (Mayor Robert F. Wagoner)
     37    1960 May 28, "Yonkers Raceway Fans Dining Like Gourmets" 
             (Jean Senaud)
     38    1960 Jun 02, "Toasts to the June Bride"
     39    1960 Jun 25, "Pacifici Success Story: Family's Love for Food"
             (Angelo Pacifici)
     40    1960 Jul 02, "Villa Borghese Displays Murals of Rome Original"
             (Mario Marchi, owner, Villa d'Este)
     41    1960 Jul 09, "Bradley's Hotel Returns To Style of Its Early Days"
     42    1960 Jul 16, "History Comes to Table At the White Turkey Inn"
     43    1960 Jul 23, "Good Beef Is the Thing At Paramus' Steak Pit"
     44    1960 Aug 01, "Spanish Soup Wins Friends"
     45    1960 Aug 04, "Gourmet Boating Fare"
             (Earley Manning and Bill and Jane Keon and children, Bill and Linda)
     46    1960 Aug 06, "Restaurants a Tradition With the Kneuer Family"
             (Jack and Ernest Kneuer)
     47    1960 Aug 11, "Summer Salads, All Dressed Up"
     48    1960 Aug 13, "A Switch at Dobbs Ferry: Deep South to Venetian"
     49    1960 Aug 18, "Now Little Sea Scallops Are In"
     50    1960 Aug 20, "Steamers Are Kingpin At Clam Broth" 
             (Clam Broth House)
     51    1960 Aug 25, "August Is a Peachy Month"
     52    1960 Sep 01, "The Many Splendored Squash"
     53    1960 Sep 03, "Baby Trout of Iceland A Treat at Emily Shaw's"
             (Emily Shaw's Country Inn, Pound Ridge, New York)
     54    1960 Sep 10, "Yonker's Town House: Food of New England"
     55    1960 Sep 15, "Bountiful Harvest of Grapes"
     56    1960 Sep 17, "Restaurant, Milk Farm Make a Happy N. J. Team"
             (Harry and Marie Beyer, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey)
     57    1960 Sep 24, "Teheran Food Is Persian, The Service Is Italian" 
             (Vic Dallaire; Hank Mazzucca; and Phi Carney)
     58    1960 Sep 29, "The Best of Latin America . . . "
     59    1960 Oct 01, "East Westport's Bantam Is Worth Crowing About"
     60    1960 Oct 08, "Norwalk Likes Seafood At the Jolly Fisherman"
     61    1960 Nov 05, "Alfredo's on W. 56th St. Has a Former Ship's Chef"
     62    1960 Nov 10, "Barbecuing-a Man's Art" 
             (Robert L. Balzer, Idyllwild, California)
     63    1960 Nov 19, "Stonehenge Is Ready For Thanksgiving Feast" 
             (Victor Gilbert, owner, Stonehenge Restaurant and Chef Primo Mantegari)
     64    1960 Nov 21, "How to Take the Bird in Hand"
             (Mrs. Leonard Rath, Mrs. Picciano, C. Fred Smith, Robert Thompson,
             and Mrs. John Mulqueen)
     65    1960 Nov 26, "Charles V, on W. 53d Is French and Intimate"
             (Charles V and Chef Roger Pic)
     66    1960 Nov 30, "Texas Grapefruit Shipped Again" 
             (Josephine Vahlsing)
     67    1960 Dec 01, "Hawaii's Ways With a Pineapple"
     68    1960 Dec 10, "Cuisine of Old Russia at Ermitage"
     69    1960 Dec 15, "Traditional Favorites in Holiday Pies"
     70    1960 Dec 17, "L'Escargot Isn't Fancy, but Is Good"
     71    1960 Dec 22, "Yule Cakes Are International"
     72    1960 Dec 24, "Delicious Fettuccine Is Specialty at Alfredo's" 
             (Nancy Craig)
     73    1960 Dec 31, "Readers Recommend Restaurants"
             (J. Robert KeShuffy; Mary Black; John and Fran Fitzgerald; Mrs.
             Howard B. Tangue; Lucille Shearwood; Melik Ohanesian; Peter
             Jivekian; Mrs. Ruth Kleiner; Col. E. Brown; Mrs. Lester G. Smith;
             Celia Freirich; and Clint Wade)
     74    1960, "Jan Mitchell's Buildup Pays Off at Longchamps"
             (Jan Mitchell, owner, Luchow's)

           New York Herald Tribune, 1961
58   01    1961 Jan 05, "The Season for Sauerkraut"
     02    1961 Jan 07, "Shun Lee, E. 23d, Serves Plain or Exotic Dishes"
             (Henry Chang)
     03    1961 Jan 14, "Petite Marmite Called Small Cavern of Cheer"
             (Charles Cassau and Chef Pierre Simon)
     04    1961 Jan 19, "Spices, Things Nice From India"
     05    1961 Jan 21, "Elegance With a Marvelous View"
     06    1961 Jan 23, "The First Bird Nest of Spring" 
             (Mrs Giovanni Buitoni)
     07    1961 Jan 26, "Entertaining on a Big Scale"
     08    1961 Jan 28, "Da Vinci's New Owner Has Ideas for a Chain" 
             (Gian Carlo)
     09    1961 Feb 04, "Chef Turns Teacher Between Meals" 
             (Rafael Rache Isle)
     10    1961 Feb 06, "Rabbit (or Rarebit) Needs the Proper Ingredients"
     11    1961 Feb 09, "A Winter Salad for Supper"
     12    1961 Feb 11, "Chinese New Year Sets Stage for Special Meals"
     13    1961 Feb 23, "The Fragrant Ways of Citrus"
     14    1961 Feb 25, "Tang of Old Spain Found in Ybor City"
     15    1961 Mar 01, "It's Sugar Cane to Rum"
     16    1961 Mar 02, "That Old-Fashioned Goodness"
     17    1961 Mar 04, "A New and Tasty Touch of Mexico"
     18    1961 Mar 09, "Hungarian Food With a Flair"
     19    1961 Mar 11, "Biltmore Menu Going Irish Friday" 
             (Henry Anholt)
     20    1961 Mar 16, "Make It a Meal on a Plank"
     21    1961 Mar 18, "'Light as a Waltz' Slogan Fits the Waldorfkeller"
     22    1961 Mar 23, "Forum Features Indian Dishes"
     23    1961 Mar 25, "Roma di Notte, on 2d Av., Is Elegant Continental"
             (Beverly Pepper)
     24    1961 Apr 01, "A Bit of Paris High Over East Orange"
     25    1961 Apr 04, "Measured Meat and Everything Fancy"
     26    1961 Apr 08, "A Week's Eating in 6 Languages"
     27    1961 Apr 20, "Green Grows the Asparagus"
     28    1961 Apr 22, "Where Cooks Work for 99 Nations" 
             (United Nations Kitchen)
     29    1961 Apr 29, "Jimmy's: Anthony Quinn's Favorite"
     30    1961 Apr, "The Sacher Combines Viennese and German"
     31    1961 May 04, "Sour Cream - a Miracle Worker"
     32    1961 May 06, "Le Chateau Richelieu, One of City's Top Ten"
     33    1961 May 09, "Puerto Rican Dishes Featured"
     34    1961 May 11, "Composition and Color on a Table"
             (Russel Wright and daughter Ann)
     35    1961 May 18, "Teenage Cooks Go to the Top"
     36    1961 May 27, "A Bit of Tokyo Just Off Wall St."
     37    1961 Jun 17, "Food on the Simple Side, Barbecue Places Thrive"
     38    1961 Jun 20, "High Flown Meals at High Flying Heights"
     39    1961 Jun 24, "Readers Pick a Handful of Places"
             (Lynn Farnol; John F. Ginon, Boston, Massachusetts; Philo Figley;
             Pansy Calvert Applegate; Mrs. Joel W. Harnett; and Anne Marie Doherty)
     40    1961 Jun 26, "Greece - a Land of Interesting Food Discoveries"
     41    1961 Jun 29, "Bees Are Busy Now in Greece"
     42    1961 Jul 01, "Greek Food Better Here Than in Its Native Land"
     43    1961 Jul 06, "Summer Cooking - Make It Cool"
     44    1961 Jul 08, "Good Steer on Really Good Steaks" 
             (Kenny's Steak Pub)
     45    1961 Jul 13, "Good Eating in Shapelier Birds"
     46    1961 Jul 22, "Revisiting Mont d'Or Is a Treat"
     47    1961 Jul 24, "Wrath Over Packaged Products and Instant Potatoes"
     48    1961 Jul 27, "Pears - The Summer Refresher"
     49    1961 Jul 31, "Queen Wins Crown With a Prize Sandwich"
     50    1961 Aug 03, "Tropical Coolers Beat the Heat"
     51    1961 Aug 05, "Try La Cloche D'Or in Tasty New Spot"
     52    1961 Aug 10, "Prize Plums - Take Your Pick"
     53    1961 Aug 12, "Water Wheel Inn" Gracious Landmark"
     54    1961 Aug 15, "Mango Is So Delicious But Difficult to Eat"
             (Mrs. Agnes Y. Russel)
     55    1961 Aug 17, "Pickling-The Modern Way"
     56    1961 Aug 19, "Luger (L.I.): No Frills-Meat and More Meat"
             (Peter Luger and Carl Dickert)
     57    1961 Aug 23, "Apple Festival Features Soup, Ice Cream" 
             (B. Altman store)
     58    1961 Aug 24, "The Greeks' Favorite - Eggplant"
     59    1961 Aug 26, "It's French, All French at Maya's, in Hartsdale"
     60    1961 Aug 31, "Tomatoes Are Good Mixers"
     61    1961 Sep 02, "The Elms at Ridgefield Has a Way With Chicken"
     62    1961 Sep 07, "Tea Parties Are in Fashion"
     63    1961 Sep 09, "Schrafft's Has Opened A Country Restaurant"
     64    1961 Sep 26, "A Date With Escoffier's Priceless Book"
     65    1961 Sep 27, "Excellent Food Surprises on Trip to Germany"
             (Mr. E. C. A. Krauss and Wolfgang Hesse of the Hilbronn Knorr Company)
     66    1961 Sep 30, "Britons Have Outgrown Bad-Cooking Reputation"
     67    1961 Oct 05, "Continental Soups Debut Here"
             (Master Chef Walter Obrist, Thaygnen Swiss Knorr)
     68    1961 Oct 07, "Paris' Tour d'Argent Coming to World's Fair"
     69    1961 Oct 14, "Shades of Fene Leone in Jersey"
             (Tom Mesereau and Ned Brown)
     70    1961 Oct 19, "Seafood Chowders Make a Meal"
     71    1961 Oct 21, "A Country Club Dinner Caps Fall Foliage Tour" 
             (David Huschle)
     72    1961 Oct 26, "Cooking for a Football Crowd"
             (Mrs. Earle Edwards, North Carolina State College and Mrs. Woody
             Hayes, Ohio State University)
     73    1961 Oct 28, "Hint for Thanksgiving: The Newton, Conn., Inn"
     74    1961 Nov 02, "Pancakes Are International Favorite"
     75    1961 Nov 04, "Les Amis d'Escoffier Feast at the Biltmore" 
             (Chef Maurice Gonneau)
     76    1961 Nov 11, "The Viennese Flavor in Dinners" 
             (Mrs. Sally Jaeger)
     77    1961 Nov 16, "A Visit to Purple Vineyards" 
             (Harold Buchholz)
     78    1961 Nov 25, "Tim Shine's Old Place Is Still Going Strong"
     79    1961 Nov 27, "Experts Select Wines for Thanksgiving"
     80    1961 Nov 30, "French Spring Is World Renowned"
     81    1961 Dec 02, "Across the Hudson Is True Swiss Food" 
             (John Schader)
     82    1961 Dec 09, "Tamar, 2. 43d, Brings Israel Cuisine to Town"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Itshak Sharav)
     83    1961 Dec 14, "Fruit Cakes for the Holdiay"
     84    1961 Dec 16, "Serendipity, on E. 60th, Happy Surprise Indeed"
     85    1961 Dec 22, "Christmas Fragrances Bring Back the Past"
     86    1961 Dec 23, "The Satellite, on E. 47th, Is Rising Back Into Orbit"
             (Ronnie Drinkhouse and Hy Kugler)
     87    1961 Dec 26, "'Tis the Season of Caviar and Champagne"
     88    1961 Dec 30, "Here's '62 Toast to '61 Favorites"
     89    1961, "Citrus Pick-Ups for Summer Heat"
     90    1961, "Wine Tasting Precedes Escoffier Dinner"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gardiner, Gardiner's Island and  Mr. and
             Mrs. Carlos Romulo, Philippine Ambassador to the United States)

           New York Herald Tribune, 1962
59   01    1962 Jan 04, "Variations on a Meat Loaf"
     02    1962 Jan 06, "The Pierre au Tunnel Is a Cozy French Place" 
             (Jane and Pierre Pujol)
     03    1962 Jan 08, "Spice Round of Beef A Southern Tradition"
     04    1962 Jan 13, "La Fontaine, If You're Not Budgeting"
             (Saul Schneiderman)
     05    1962 Jan 15, "Wild Boars Have Taste for Fine Wine Too"
     06    1962 Jan 20, "Le Pecheur for Good Bouillabaisse"
     07    1962 Jan 23, "Pork Products Smoked the Old Time Way"
     08    1962 Jan 24, "Old English Crumpets-At Last"
     09    1962 Jan 27, "Chinese Getting Ready For New Year's Feast"
     10    1962 Jan 29, "Hundreds of Honeys Gathered From Round the World"
     11    1962 Feb 01, "Oriental Delicacies Abound"
     12    1962 Feb 10, "A Luxury Eating Place Opens in Fashion Area"
             (Mario Cannonero and Clinton Mello)
     13    1962 Feb 12, "A New Citrus Product Arrives From Tropics" 
             (Charles Jackson)
     14    1962 Feb 15, "The Many-Splendored Beanstalk"
     15    1962 Feb 17, "La Savoie, Fairly New, Is in French Tradition"
             (Murdock Pemberton and Jacques Ampleman)
     16    1962 Feb 21, "German Food Products in Lavish Display"
     17    1962 Feb 24, "Fine Cantonese Cooking High on the East Side"
     18    1962 Mar 01, "New Ways With Old Spices"
     19    1962 Mar 03, "On Steak Row: The Press Box"
     20    1962 Mar 24, "That South Sea Spell Right at the Lexington"
     21    1962 Mar 31, "The Blue Ribbon-Old Standby" 
             (Franz Strasser and Chef Walfred Riewe)
     22    1962 Apr 05, "France Sends Gourmet Dinner"
             (M. Claude Terrall, proprietor, La Tour d'Argent of Paris and his
             Chef, Pierre Decreux)
     23    1962 Apr 07, "Italian Accent in Tiny Toy Café" 
             (Paul Pigozzi)
     24    1962 Apr 11, "Passover Menu Is Developed at Yeshiva University"
             (Alfred Parker, Chef and Director, Yeshiva University)
     25    1962 Apr 14, "Guido's: Behind Pasta and Cheese"
     26    1962 Apr 19, "After the Egg Hunt's Over"
     27    1962 Apr 21, "Friendly 'Famous Kitchen'" 
             (Molly Picon and husband, Jacko Kalich and Chef, Alberto Dodi)
     28    1962 Apr 28, "Olga's New Villa Features French-Italian Kitchen"
             (Olga Forni and Chef, Hermes Fernandez)
     29    1962 May 05, "Victorian Gatsby's-A Pre-Theater Spot"
             (Bill Rosen, George Taylor, and Mickey Deans)
     30    1962 May 07, "The Shad Shift Into High Gear"
     31    1962 May 12, "Due Mondi Specialities From Provincial Italy"
     32    1962 May 15, "Ham Curing Methods: The Old vs. the New"
             (Mrs. Adeline Reinhard)
     33    1962 May 16, "Library's Rare Books on Display" 
             (Lewis M. Stark)
     34    1962 May 19, "Swedish Smorgasbord: From Gripsholm Balcony"
     35    1962 May 21, "Oh Where Are the Hams of Yesteryear?"
             (Mrs. John Davis, Brooklyn, New York; W. R. M. Hargue, Brewster,
             New York; George C. Good, South Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky; and Mrs.
             Liland C. Brown, Rochester, New York)
     36    1962 May 26, "Le Marmiton: Fine French Food" 
             (Paul Roumieux)
     37    1962 Jun 02, "The Tower Suite: Quiet, Elegant, Good Food"
     38    1962 Jun 07, "Feasting Time for Sweet Corn"
     39    1962 Jun 09, "Continental Cuisine at Le Petit" 
             (Paul Kovi)
     40    1962 Jun 13, "Pimm's Cup-A Secret Business"
     41    1962 Jun 16, "A Romance Garden for Diners"
     42    1962 Jun 23, "Piemonte's Cuisine In Elegant Barbetta" 
             (Laura Maioglio)
     43    1962 Aug 02, "Sandwich King Is Crowned"
             (Charles Frowenfeld, New York; Jack Cattedra, North Aurora,
             Illinois; and Miss Barbara Holes, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
     44    1962 Aug 04, "Porridge and Herrings-Scottish Specialties"
     45    1962 Aug 07, "Safflower Oil Has Varied Uses"
     46    1962 Aug 09, "Spicing a Meal India's Way" 
             (Monoroma Phillips)
     47    1962 Aug 11, "'The House of Lords' on L. I." 
             (John Aikins and Michel Denis)
     48    1962 Aug 14, "Fruits to Preserve"
     49    1962 Aug 15, "Longest Wine List"
     50    1962 Aug 18, "Country Models Making Bid"
     51    1962 Aug 22, "Soy Protein Improves Variety of Foods"
             (Dr. Dale Johnson, Manager, Protein Products Centra Soya Company)
     52    1962 Aug 25, "Sturgeon and Corned Beef" 
             (David Miller and Max Asnas)
     53    1962 Aug 30, "The Plum - By Any Name - Is Sweet"
     54    1962 Sep 01, "Rob Roy Scottish-Food (French)"
     55    1962 Sep 06, "Growing Tomatoes by Blueprint"
             (Raymond Goetz, Riga, Michigan)
     56    1962 Sep 13, "Vodka: Russian Versus American"
     57    1962 Sep 15, "The Readers' Choices" 
             (Mrs. Pauline Krell; Marion and William Kaufman; G. H. E. Burxton,
             Brooklyn, New York; Ralph Jules Frantz; Paul S. Lewis; Mrs. N. A.
             Johnson, Tappan, New York; Nelson Smith Kirk, Richmond Hill, New
             York; Mrs. Richard W. Yerg, and East Orange, New Jersey)
     58    1962 Sep 18, "Dawn to Dusk Tasting"
     59    1962 Sep 19, "Updating America's Favorite Pie Worth $25,000"
             (Mamie Eisenhower and Mrs. Erwin J. Smogor, South Bend, Indiana)
     60    1962 Sep 20, "Hit Parade of New Foods"
     61    1962 Sep 26, "Buying Baby Foods Is Marketing Chore" 
             (Daniel F. Gerber)
     62    1962 Sep 27, "The 'White Rose' of Long Island"
     63    1962 Sep 29, "Maisel Restaurants Discount the Prices" 
             (Arthur Maisel)
     64    1962 Oct 07, "Give These Shrimp a Drink"
     65    1962 Oct 09, "Swiss Fondue Is Everybody's Dish"
             (Hans Keonig, manager director, Gerber Cheese Company, Thoune,
             Switzerland and James Beard)
     66    1962 Oct 10, "Green Tomatoes in the Limelight"
     67    1962 Oct 13, "Publick House Copied After Dublin Tavern"
     68    1962 Oct 14, "'First Family' Biscuits" 
             (Chef, Walter Ridz, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and Patrick Lefevre-Utile)
     69    1962 Oct 20, "Petroushka Russian With French Accent"
             (Marina Fedorovsky)
     70    1962 Oct 21, "Here's Sourdough Jack" 
             (Jack Mabee)
     71    1962 Oct 23, "International Group Stages Gourmet Meal" 
             (Chef, Henry Haller)
     72    1962 Oct 25, "Honoring Japanese Specialties" 
             (J. George Frederic, president, Gourmet Society and Mr. and Mrs. E. Fujise)
     73    1962 Oct 27, "Bernstein's Innovation: Chinese Kosher Cooking"
     74    1962 Nov 01, "When Frosting's on the Pumpkin"
     75    1962 Nov 03, "Pollini's Features North Italian Food" 
             (Charles Pollini)
     76    1962 Nov 04, "Lightest of the Light" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taittinger)
     77    1962 Nov 05, "Researcher New Uses For Wheat" 
             (Harold West)
     78    1962 Nov 08, "Magic Mushrooms in the Market" 
     79    1962 Nov 10, "Matinee-Dinner Idea on Trial" 
             (Vincent Sardi)
     80    1962 Nov 11, "Best Dressed Hams Make Their Debut"
             (Mrs. Barbara B. Constant, Culver City, California)
     81    1962 Nov 12, "Scientific Process Bakes Bread Automatically"
     82    1962 Nov 15, "America's Palate Warm to Chili"
     83    1962 Nov 17, "Charles French Revived"
     84    1962 Nov 18, "Classical Roman Dinner"
             (Mario Braggiotti, Signorina Fiore, Eugene R. Scanlan, Chef,
             Umberto Gatti, Antonia Prantera, and T. Norman Palmer)
     85    1962 Nov 20, "Pianist Shares Cake Recipe With a Queen" 
             (Jan Smeterlin)
     86    1962 Nov 24, "A Smorgasbord Feast"
     87    1962 Nov 27, "Nothing Can Compare With Scotch Whiskey, Says Scotsman"
             (W. G. Farquarson)
     88    1962 Nov, "Hand Dipped Chocolates Shop's Specialty" 
             (Carl Hines Kurr)
     89    1962 Dec 06, "The Twelve Days of Christmas"
             Memo to William Nichols, Ed McCarthy and Mary Lyon from
                Clementine Paddleford, 1962 Oct 15
     90    1962 Dec 08, "A Cook Book Landslide"
     91    1962, "Do Your Own Tea Tasting" 
             (Lea Kates)
     92    1962, "A Fish Dish Wins Family Favor"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1963
60   01    1963 Apr 01, "Spaghetti's Gone Square and Non-Skid"
     02    1963 Apr 02, "Hot Sourdough Bread French and Flavorful"
     03    1963 Apr 03, "Spicy Little Peppers And Where They Grow"         
     04    1963 Apr 06, "Handsome New Setting For Good Danish Food"
             (Karen and Otto Plume and Chef, Karl Holst)
     05    1963 Apr 07, "Food for Feast of the Gods" 
             (Constantine Hassalevris)
     06    1963 Apr 08, "Down on the Levee-A Louisiana Crawfish 'Boil'"
             (Red Latiolais, Martha Crane, Women's Editor, Prairie Farmer
             Magazine, and Mrs. Coleman Avery, Avery Island, Louisiana)
     07    1963 Apr 11, "The Flavor of Spanish Cooking" 
             (Betty Wason and daughter, Ellen)
     08    1963 Apr 14, "Old Favorite, New Tricks" 
             (Cognac)
     09    1963 Apr 27, "Hawaiian Food: Dangers-And Delights"
     10    1963 Apr 28, "Simplicity, Bye Bye" 
             (Thomas J. McDermott, Jr.)
     11    1963 Apr 29, "Honolulu Supermarket Caters to Oriental Tastes" 
             (Alyce Char)
     12    1963 May 02, "Putting Pineapple on a Pedestal"
     13    1963 May 09, "'Pie Plant'-A Taste of Spring"
     14    1963 May 11, "Lime Pies Sped Success" 
             (Juan Pablo and Helena Ford)
     15    1963 May 12, "Beautiful Soup of the Evening"
             (Trader Vic's, Mrs. and Mrs. Victor Bergeron, and Capt. Andy Jong)
     16    1963 May 16, "Yes, We Have Those Bananas"
     17    1963 May 18, "Hugarian Flavored, The Baronet Is Back"
             (Louis and Countess Barbara Barson)
     18    1963 May 23, "Taking Their Place in the Sun"
     19    1963 May 25, "Hawaii Kai Dishes Up Romantic South Seas"
             (Arthur Schindler and Joseph Kipness)
     20    1963 May 29, "Irish Hams Cut and Cured For American Tables" 
             (George Kern)
     21    1963 May, "A Festive May Day - Past and Present"
     22    1963 Jun 01, "Café Bagatelle Has Rich French Fare" 
             (Daniel Belmont)
     23    1963 Jun 02, "Morel Mushroom Belongs to Spring"
     24    1963 Jun 06, "Discovering the Tropical Mango" 
             (Harold J. Grossman)
     25    1963 Jun 08, "Polonaise-A Polish Promise" 
             (Paul Pawlowski)
     26    1963 Jun 27, "Dining in Japanese Splendor" 
             (Isoya Yoshika)
     27    1963 Jun 29, "Afloat in Hong Kong"
     28    1963 Jul 11, "Oriental Food in the Raw"
     29    1963 Jul 13, "An Around-the-World Menu" 
             (Chef, Karl Jacobsen) 
           1963 Jul 13, "Brief Encounter With Berries"
     30    1963 Jul 17, "Here Are Connoisseur Teas Selected From the World's Greatest"
             (Frank Cho)
     31    1963 Jul 20, "Lorraine's Mark Twain Offers French Cuisine"
             (Mrs. James E. Greenberg)
     32    1963 Jul 25, "Watermelon-A Prize Package"
     33    1963 Jul 27, "Little Places That Our Readers Like"
             (Carlota M. Maduro, Joe Kaselow, Hank Pol, Ted Repella, chef Al
             McCoy, Nan MacDonald, Milton Hermanson, and Mrs. C. A. Cramer) 
     34    1963 Aug 01, "Potato Salads Among Heirlooms"
     35    1963 Aug 03, "A Baronial Atmosphere At the Concord Hotel"
     36    1963 Aug 04, "Drinks for the Scorching Season"
     37    1963 Aug 10, "Saratoga: They Eat High on Hog"              
     38    1963 Aug 11, "M'Lou's Saratoga Lunch" 
             (Mary Lou Whitney, Kentucky)
     39    1963 Aug 15, "From Squash Blossoms to Vinegar Pie"
             (Beatrice Vaughn, East Thetford, Vermont)
     40    1963 Aug 17, "Sid Allen Goes All Out To Star Succulent Beef"
     41    1963 Aug 21, "Brazil Nuts Are Cut Down to Size" 
             (Robert E. Gould, Vice-President, Hollander Trading Corporation)
     42    1963 Aug 22, "A Little Luau Know-How"
     43    1963 Aug 24, "Beating the Heat at a 'Cottage'" 
             (Remo Corti and Joseph Villani)
     44    1963 Aug 25, "Instead of Vanilla . . . Bourbon"
             (Admiral and Mrs. William Jefferson Marshall)
     45    1963 Sep 19, "Where Eating IS in Good Favor" 
             (Jennie Grossinger)
     46    1963 Sep 21, "California's Hamburger Hamlets"
     47    1963 Sep 22, "The Grocery List Was Fifty Feet Long"
             (15th Annual Pillsbury Bask-Off, Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hill,
             California; John H. Anderson, Cooperstown, New York; James Beard;
             Eleanor Roosevelt; Mrs. Edmond G. "Pat" Brown; Mrs. Roman Walilgo;
             Mr. Umejiro F. Kuritsubo; Linda Jean Henson, Colorado; and Gemma
             Jane Hall, Olympia, Washington)
     48    1963 Sep 28, "Everything on the Menu French" 
             (Gerard Klingman)
     49    1963 Oct 01, "The Annual Eating Meeting"
     50    1963 Oct 05, "Oven-Hot Garlic Breads"
     51    1963 Oct 06, "Look Ma, No Pizza" 
             (Maria Lo Pinto)
     52    1963 Oct 10, "Taste of the Fair" 
             (Dorothy Hyam and Robert Gardiner)
     53    1963 Oct 12, "An Arabian Dinner Fit for a King"
     54    1963 Oct 17, "Tiny Cabbages Fit for Kings"
     55    1963 Oct 19, "Tavern Foams With Atmosphere" 
             (Edward and Louis Ehring)
     56    1963 Oct 20, "How to Raise a Gourmet" 
             (Walter Dunnington and Larkyn Allen)
     57    1963 Oct 27, "Spiciest Party" 
             (Berta Cabanillas de Rodriguez)
     58    1963 Nov 02, "'Four Matzoh Ball's Ratings" 
             (Max Anzelowitz)
     59    1963 Nov 03, "Black Magic"
             (House of Yemen, Café Royale, Café Diabolique and Sakita, Café
             Cappucine, Italian Expresso and Café Curacao)
     60    1963 Nov 07, "Madame Omelette Tells All" 
             (Madame Romaine de Lyon)
     61    1963 Nov 09, "Just a Home Place, French Style" 
             (Jacques and Marie Ponsolle)
     62    1963 Nov 16, "Be a Host at Dinner in 200 Cities"
     63    1963 Nov 17, "The Palm Court After 8" 
             (Mrs. and Mrs. Everett N. Chamberlain)
     64    1963 Nov 24, "Entertain in Flames" 
             (Marie Roberson Hamm)
     65    1963 Nov 28, "Yankee Kitchen: A Key to America's Past"
     66    1963 Nov 30, "Where Promptness Is a Fetish"
     67    1963 Dec 01, "Celebrity Cooking As You Like It" 
             (John and Jane Weeks Martin)
     68    1963 Dec 05, "Stroganoff in Suburbia"
             (Mrs. Richard A. Holman, Mrs. George Reed, Mrs. Robert Walden,
             Mrs. Mni Rangraj, Mrs. Stinnette, Mrs. Warren Holby, and Doris Pinney)
     69    1963 Dec 07, "This Pub's Cheerio but Chic" 
             (Michael's Pub)
     70    1963 Dec 08, "Say you Just Love Chitt'lin's" 
             (Colleen Dewhurst and Michael Dunn)
     71    1963 Dec 12, "ZaSu's Legacy to Candy Lovers"
             (ZaSu Pitts and grandsons, Ralph and Johnny)
     72    1963 Dec 14, "Copper Pots and Pasta" 
             (Mario Malerb)
     73    1963 Dec 15, "The ABC's of Champagne" 
             (Sidney Hughes and Frank Costa)
     74    1963 Dec 19, "Beautifying Store-Bought Cakes"
     75    1963 Dec 21, "At Le Manoir-All Is Right With the World" 
             (Le Manoir Restaurant and Harriet Morrison)
     76    1963 Dec 22, "British Bouquet: Without Warm Beer"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chamberlain)
     77    1963 Dec 28, "New Year's Eve Winner"
     78    1963 Dec 29, "Hair of the Dog"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1964
61   01    1964, "Succulent Nibbles From Readers"
     02    1964 Jan 05, "Find the Lucky Bean"
     03    1964 Jan 11, "Corner the Leap Year"
     04    1964 Jan 16, "Royal Order of Wine Worshipers"
     05    1964 Jan 18, "Happy First Birthday" 
             (Casa Mario)
     06    1964 Jan 19, "No Big Apple, Please"
     07    1964 Jan 25, "Restaurant for Grecophiles" 
             (Ruth Brook)
     08    1964 Jan 26, "Saints and Dinners" 
             (Shirley Saint)
     09    1964 Jan 30, "Hand-Me-Downs From Old Armenia"
     10    1964 Jan, "Face-Lifted Dried Fruit: Now Dewy Soft"
     11    1964 Feb 01, "Chambord: Something Old, New"
     12    1964 Feb 08, "Etiquette Lesson In Smorgasbord" 
             (Scandia Restaurant)                                    
     13    1964 Feb 09, "The Dragon's Due"
     14    1964 Feb 12, "Fudge and Butter Crunch Started the Candy Kids"
     15    1964 Feb 13, "Show-Off Season for Smoked Fish"
     16    1964 Feb 15, "Only the Name's the Same" 
             (Teddy's Restaurant)
     17    1964 Feb 16, "Good King Henry Is a Wild Green"
     18    1964 Feb 20, "Rice Around the Clock"
     19    1964 Feb 22, "In Praise of the VIP"
     20    1964 Feb 23, "Your Kitchen Awaits Without" 
             (Rocky Lee, Rita Hayes, Chef Pepe Balaguer and Joseph Bruzzese"
     21    1964 Feb 27, "Some Are Yams, All Are Yaller Tate. ."
           1964 Feb 27, "Parsnips Sweetened Below the Snow"
     22    1964 Feb 29, "Onion Soup Better Than Paris"
     23    1964 Mar 01, "What's Cooking? Ask the Bathroom Scales" 
             (Myra Waldo)
     24    1964 Mar 04, "Letters to Chew On From Our Readers"
     25    1964 Mar 05, "Sweet Singing Souffles"
     26    1964 Mar 07, "Drink to New Moon Luck"
     27    1964 Mar 12, "A Dish of Champ for St. Patrick"
     28    1964 Mar 14, "Good Living on the East Side"
     29    1964 Mar 15, "Mr. Tucker Sings for Supper" 
             (Mrs. Richard Tucker)
     30    1964 Mar 19, "Sing a Song of Citrus"
     31    1964 Mar 21, "This Is a He-Man Place" 
             (Al Cooper's)
     32    1964 Mar 22, "Divine Just Isn't Good Enough"
     33    1964 Mar 26, "Invite Spring to the Easter Table"
     34    1964 Mar 28, "After Parade, Easter Dinner Out"
     35    1964 Mar 29, "When Do We Eat? Now, My Hero" 
             (Loretta and Franco Corelli)
     36    1964 Apr 02, "Meisung Means Born in America"
     37    1964 Apr 04, "A Place to Go Before the Show"
     38    1964 Apr 05, "Three-Ring Suppers"
     39    1964 Apr 09, "Beautiful Beef Is the Season's Plentiful Bargain"
     40    1964 Apr 11, "Notable Armenian Cooking"
     41    1964 Apr 12, "Dinner in the Doghouse"
     42    1964 Apr 16, "Roots and Wings of Understanding" 
             (Mrs. Grace Spinelli)
     43    1964 Apr 18, "A Worthy Pre-Theater Meal"
     44    1964 Apr 19, "The Ice Cream Man Cometh" 
             (Bill Jose and Jeff Sado)
     45    1964 Apr 25, "Tropical Playland of Pleasant Eating"
     46    1964 Apr 30, "A Busy Easter Week in Russian Kitchens"
     47    1964 May 02, "A Lucullan Dinner" 
             (Peter Robotti)
     48    1964 May 03, "In Korea, Cooks Use Poetry Books"
     49    1964 May 07, "Springtime on Your Table"
     50    1964 May 09, "A Japanese Steak House"
     51    1964 May 10, "Do Not Remove the Frills"
     52    1964 May 13, "Michigan Sends Elusive Morels"
     53    1964 May 14, "Here Comes the Strawberry Season"
     54    1964 May 16, "With a Viennese Accent"
     55    1964 May 23, "Chic Italian Eating"
     56    1964 May 24, "The Centerpiece Was Bread"
     57    1964 May 30, "Transplanted Pasta Culture"
     58    1964 Jun 06, "Eating as Mark Twain Did"
     59    1964 Jun 07, "She Pawned Her Jewels for Pasta"
     60    1964 Jun 10, "A Pocket-Size Shop Full of Cheesecake"
     61    1964 Jun 11, "Good Cold Soup Is on the Table"
     62    1964 Jun 13, "An 'Upper' Bracket French Place"
     63    1964 Jun 14, "Madeira Flavors All the Dinners"
     64    1964 Jun 18, "Dine From the World's Luxurious Larder"
     65    1964 Jun 20, "Dining With the Danes at the Fair"
     66    1964 Jun 21, "Good Food's Cooking In the Kids' Clubhouse"
     67    1964 Jun 27, "Le Alpi, Short Wait for Fine Food"
     68    1964 Jul 02, "The Coolest Thing Imaginable"
     69    1964 Jul 04, "Top Is the Topic"
     70    1964 Jul 05, "Inside U.S.A."
     71    1964 Jul 16, "Sipping Summer Wine"
             (Harry Waugh, Janet MacDonell, Frank Hull, and Donna Percy)
     72    1964 Jul 23, "A Treat for Everybody"
     73    1964 Jul 25, "A Fair Assortment"
     74    1964 Jul 26, "Soda Sippers' Scene" 
             (Lou Jennings, Judith Cary and Joann Black)
     75    1964 Jul 30, "Opulence in the Spanish Manner"
     76    1964 Aug 08, "Where the Tourists Go to Eat"
     77    1964 Aug 09, "Spice Is the Variety of Life in Indonesia"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Michael Uihlein, Kurt Panitschek and Siti Harahap)
     78    1964 Aug 13, "The Scallop - Seafood's Great Enigma"
             Correspondence, Mulhenheim, Fuderic, 1964 Aug 13
             Correspondence, Steiner, Leonard G., 1964 Aug 13
             Note regarding Leonard G. Steiner letter
     79    1964 Aug 15, "French Cuisine at Midday"
     80    1964 Aug 16, "Around the World On Your Stomach"
     81    1964 Aug 20, "A Plum's a Little Sugar Factory"
     82    1964 Aug 22, "Where the Dark Is Light Enough"
     83    1964 Aug 27, "Bartletts, the Sweetest of Pears"
     84    1964 Aug 29, "A Hungarian Flavor"
     85    1964 Aug 30, "Dinner's Five Hundred Years Old"
     86    1964 Sep 03, "We're Eating Lots of Turkey"
     87    1964 Sep 05, "Carlton's Delicatessen"
     88    1964 Sep 26, "Hideaway-Cool, Quiet Oasis"
     89    1964 Sep 27, "The Founding Sheep Came in 1493"
     90    1964 Oct 01, "Nutrition Is a Fisherman's Catch"
     91    1964 Oct 03, "Pleasant Kind of Crabbing"
     92    1964 Oct 08, "Never Mind the Calories"
     93    1964 Oct 10, "Fall Eating Adventures"
     94    1964 Oct 15, "The Coffee Pot Is Full of Votes"
     95    1964 Oct 17, "Ad Man to Restauranteur" 
             (Adman Peter Davis)
     96    1964 Oct 24, "Our Readers Report"
     97    1964 Oct 25, "High on the Slopes, Soup's On"
     98    1964 Oct 28, "Le Cheese Cake Elegant"
     99    1964 Oct 29, "After the Feast, Eat the Ornaments"
     100   1964 Nov 01, "Venison Goes Gourmet"
     101   1964 Nov 08, "The Instant Potato From Field to Market"
     102   1964 Nov 14, "100 Kinds of Crepe"
     103   1964 Nov 15, "Touchdown Supper for Eighty" 
             (Mimi and Steve Strong)
     104   1964 Nov 18, "Small Sensation: The Quail Egg"
     105   1964 Nov 19, "New Veal Is True Veal"
     106   1964 Nov 21, "Game Spells Thanksgiving"
     107   1964 Nov 22, "Spices in the Sour Cream Hold the Secret"
     108   1964 Nov 26, "A Museum in a Great Chef's House"
     109   1964 Dec 03, "Vegetables in Winter Dress"
     110   1964 Dec 05, "Cafes Created by an Artist"
     111   1964 Dec 06, "Roast Christmas Chestnuts in Bob Cratchit Style"
     112   1964 Dec 12, "Beef Stew on Tuesday"
     113   1964 Dec 17, "When Popcorn Was a Social Lion"
     114   1964 Dec 19, "For a Sophisticated Palate"
     115   1964 Dec 20, "Christmas Day Dinner in Bethlehem"
     116   1964 Dec 21, "Beef That's Dried On Top of the World"
     117   1964 Dec 31, "Nibble Good Luck for the New Year"
     118   1964, "Beatles Bedevil Delmonico Chef"

           New York Herald Tribune, 1965-1967
62   01    1965 Jan 02, "Kirby-Allen A Homelike Restaurant"
     02    1965 Jan 03, "Say Cordially Yours 66 Ways"
     03    1965 Jan 07, "The Plain-Spoken Turnip"
     04    1965 Jan 09, "All From Brittany"
     05    1965 Jan 10, "Soup of the Evening, Buffet Soup" 
             (Bea Danziger)
     06    1965 Jan 16, "Hearty, Glorious Food"
     07    1965 Jan 21, "Pass a Sun-Ripened Surprise"
     08    1965 Jan 23, "The Pasta Is Great"
     09    1965 Jan 24, "Sipping Gold Fish Soup" 
             (Chef Hai Young Loh and Florence Lin)
     10    1965 Jan 30, "Piemonte Cuisine"
     11    1965 Feb 04, "The Natural Casserole"
     12    1965 Feb 06, "Every Bite Is Italian"
     13    1965 Feb 07, "Elena's Tortillas Taste of Gaiety" 
             (Elena Zelayeta)
     14    1965 Feb 11, "The Hamburger Dynasty" 
             (Don Sparks and Herman Levy)
     15    1965 Feb 13, "Try the Tabboule Salad"
     16    1965 Feb 14, "He Focuses On Good Food"      
             (Anita and Mark Kaufman and daughters, Yvonne and Linda)
     17    1965 Feb 20, "A Steak-Row Original"
     18    1965 Feb 21, "Washington Ate Orange Cake Here" 
             (Fay Muzzy)
     19    1965 Feb 27, "Castanet Circuit"
     20    1965 Feb 28, "Pancakes Rate A Renaissance" 
             (Gloria Giaccone and Alan Mirken and daughters Barbara and Jane)
     21    1965 Mar 04, "A Nation of Peanut Butter Fans"
     22    1965 Mar 06, "Pictures on the Plate"
     23    1965 Mar 11, "Put Spring in a Pie Shell"
     24    1965 Mar 13, "Inspired by Dublin"
     25    1965 Mar 14, "Glory Be to Goodness, It's Beef Brian Boru" 
             (Mrs. John O'Brien)
     26    1965 Mar 18, "Greetings From Kitchen to Kitchen"
             (Mrs. Nathan Wadler and children, Barry, Judy and Cheryl and
             Barbara Schusshein, Michael Schusshein, Rebecca Hill, and Deborah Hill) 
     27    1965 Mar 25, "Sauce Is the Soul of a Casserole"
     28    1965 Mar 28, no title 
             (Mark Lawrence)
     29    1965 Apr 03, "Sampling the Whitstable"
     30    1965 Apr 10, "An Athenian Taverna"
     31    1965 Apr 15, "Short, Sweet Fresh-Asparagus Season"
     32    1965 Apr 18, "For a Lavish-Looking Repast at a Reasonable Cost"
     33    1965 May 01, "We Visit the Islands"
     34    1965 May 02, "Two Dozen Knights With Shining Barbecues" 
             (Glen D. Adams)
     35    1965 May 06, "Say Hawaii, Think of Pineapple"
     36    1965 May 15, "Regulars Tout London Broil" 
             (Monte Feuerstein)
     37    1965 May 16, "First Lady Of the Fiftieth" 
             (Mrs. Beatrice Majors Van Fleet Burns)
     38    1965 May 22, "Call for a Reservation"
     39    1965 May 29, "A Down-on-the Shore Feeling"
     40    1965 May 30, "Pork Chops Worth Award" 
             (Joan Crawford)
     41    1965 Jun 05, "A Villa Borghese of His Own" 
             (Mario Marchi)
     42    1965 Jun 10, "The Dairy World From Cow to Table"
     43    1965 Jun 12, "Even the Kitchen Is Carpeted" 
             (Bow and Arrow Manor)
     44    1965 Jun 19, "Chef's Pride Is Duck l'Orange" 
             (Milton Karp)
     45    1965 Jun 20, "Pie in the Sky" 
             (Ken and Jeanadele Magner and daughter, Donna)
     46    1965 Jun 24, "Sweet News for the High-Chair Set"
             (Mrs. Philip Bernstein and Nell and Gail and Albert Sheehy and
             daughter Maura)
     47    1965 Jun 26, "Our Own Nantucket"
     48    1965 Jul 01, "Flag a Salmon for the Fourth"
     49    1965 Jul 03, "Mama Makes Pasta" 
             (Michael Sabatino)
     50    1965 Jul 04, "Clambake Worth a Slurp"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Dan Seymore, Mark Donahue, Bill Flynn and John Pierce)
     51    1965 Jul 08, "Serving an Illusion of Hawaii" 
             (Mildred and George Schaefer)
     52    1965 Jul 10, "A Table on the Porch"
     53    1965 Jul 17, "Taste This Peking Duck"  
     54    1965 Jul 22, "The Corn Feast Is On"
     55    1965 Jul 24, "A View From Every Table"
     56    1965 Jul 29, "The Golden Tide Is Coming In" 
             (peaches)
     57    1965 Aug 01, "It's Fresh Trout on a Houseboat" 
             (Bertha Riley)
     58    1965 Aug 05, "A Gallery of Pies"
     59    1965 Aug 12, "Green Grapes for the Gourmet's Table"
     60    1965 Aug 14, "Quite a Family Place" 
             (The Hayloft, Arthur and Alfred Sfondrini)
     61    1965 Aug 15, "She Measures Her Rice By the Mile" 
             (Mrs. Dorothy Hutchenson)
     62    1965 Aug 21, "18 Suggestions for a Superb Meal" 
             (Lawrence Lew)
     63    1965 Sep 02,"Dressing the Beans in Caviar" 
             (Dino Fabbri and Valentina Cortese)
     64    1965 Sep 04, "Hot Grog and Hearty Food"
     65    1965 Sep 09, "Computer Is Boss of the Bakery" 
             (Sara Lee Kitchens)
     66    1965 Sep 11, "The Sauce Was Without Fault"
     67    1965 Oct 01, "Cheers the Perfect Answer For Theater-Time Dining"
             (George Barberis, chef, Cheers Restaurant)
     68    1965 Oct 02, "View of the Sea" 
     69    1965 Oct 03, "Master Chef in Any Language" 
             (Raymond Oliver)
     70    1965 Oct 07, "Cooking It Brazil Style" 
             (Mrs. Margarette de Andrade)
     71    1965 Oct 09, "The Best Pig's Feet"
     72    1965 Oct 22, "Eggs Come Twin-Yolked To St. Moritz Patrons"
     73    1965 Oct 31, "Hubbard Squash And Humperdinck" 
     74    1965 Nov 04, "His Thoughts Turned To Hummingbird Land" 
             (George Caruth)
     75    1965 Nov 06, "At a Hibachi Table"
     76    1965 Nov 07, "The Most Fascinating Food Book of the Year"
             (Yeffe Kimball and Jean Anderson)
     77    1965 Nov 13, "Chef Wang of Yang Chow" 
     78    1965 Nov 20, "Pasta Fagioli for Lunch"
     79    1965 Nov 21, "Pancakes For The Princess" 
             (Pierre Pernet)
     80    1965 Dec 02, "The Cook Can Come to the Party" 
             (Helen Quat)
     81    1965 Dec 04, "Grandpa Was First" 
             (Max W. Anderson)
     82    1965 Dec 09, "Perky Holiday Berry"
     83    1965 Dec 11, "The Menu Is Castillian" 
             (David Vangen and Fernando Veas)
     84    1965 Dec 12, "The Salty Fruit of Seville"
     85    1965 Dec 16, "A Taste of Home For the Holidays"
             (Renata Tebaldi and Niccolai Gedda)
     86    1965 Dec 18, "Sal Makes Good" 
             (Sal Cucinatta)
     87    1965 Dec 19, "Don't Forget The Pomegranate"
     88    1965 Dec 23, "A Feed for Tree Trimmers"
     89    1965 Dec 25, "More Favorite Restaurants Here"
     90    1965 Dec 26, "The New Year Packs a Punch"
     91    1966 Jan 02, "Nettie Dresses the Table" 
             (Nettie Rosenstein)
     92    1966 Jan 08, "13 Sauces for the Spaghetti"
     93    1966 Jan 09, "Barefoot In The Kitchen" 
             (Charles Korvin)
     94    1966 Jan 13, "Three Taps With A Wine Stick"
     95    1966 Jan 15, "3 Restaurants in the Family"
     96    1966 Jan 16, "Welcoming Year 4664" 
             (Fuje Wade and daughter, Gabrielle)
     97    1966 Jan 20, "Avocado for the Taste and Look of Luxury"
     98    1966 Jan 22, "Back Stairs Are Special"
     99    1966 Jan 29, "Dinner in a Wine Cellar"
     100   1966 Jan 30, "Coffee for Buffalo Bill And Dickens"
     101   1966 Feb 03, "A Sunburst In the Oven"
             (Kathy Lunsford, Mrs. Carl J. Helfrich, and John Forrest Edwards)
     102   1966 Feb 13, "The Shell Game At Its Tastiest" 
             (Jeanne Owen)
     103   1966 Feb 19, "Within Walking Distance" 
             (Chez Cardinal Restaurant)
     104   1966 Feb 27, "King of Leftovers Abdicates on Matinees"
             (Richard and Kathleen Widdoes Jordan and daughter, Nina)
     105   1966 Mar 05, "Accidently Indian"
     106   1966 Mar 06, "Evelyn Designs An Omelet" 
             (Evelyn Jablow)
     107   1966 Mar 10, "After the Parade a Pub"
     108   1966 Mar 17, "From Little Spain to an Eastside Elegance" 
             (Amy Green)
     109   1966 Mar 27, "The Seder Is at Sundown" 
             (Francine Klagsbrun)
     110   1966 Mar 31, "Starting With Poppadums"
             (Mr. and Mrs. M. Varadarajan, Wesley and Adele Simpson and Mrs.
             Marvin Traub)
     111   1966 Apr 02, "That's the Eating Spot"
     112   1966 Apr 09, "An Easter Luau"
     113   1966 Oct 09, "Sprouts, the Darlings" 
             (Brussel sprouts)
     114   1966 Oct 17, "Recipe of the Week" 
             (Vintage Concord Cheese Cake)
     115   1966 Oct 20, "Chili Getting Warm Hello"
     116   1966 Dec 22, "Gingerbread Folks Get Around" 
             (Edward King)
     117   1967 Oct 06, "Posh Little Dinners At Didi's Restaurant"
     118   19(?) Feb 06, "Acres of Peach Shortcake Wait"
             (Dorothy Davis, Cynthia Hodge and Susan Hodge)

           New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
63   01    "2 Career Cooks Offer 'Rare Recipes' Delicacies"
             (Skatacook Farm, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and Mrs. Barbara Wood)
     02    "102 Feet in the Air" 
             ("Top of the Fair," official restaurant of New York's World Fair)
     03    "Add Reminiscence and Potato Chips" 
             (Anne Williams-Heller)
     04    "An Artisit With Hors d'Oeuvres" 
             (Kitty Tinayre)
     05    "Back for Seconds" 
             (Ho-Ho-Kus Inn, Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey)
     06    "Banquet Fir for Chinese Peasant" 
             (Chew and Robert Quan, owners of Rathskeller)
     07    "Big Limes Are Plentiful for Hot-Weather Dishes"
     08    "Blueberry Crop in New Jersey Now Being Picked and Packed"
             (Mrs. Alma Claflin, Pemberton, New Jersey)
     09    "Book of 80 Old Chinese Recipes Put to Test at Restaurant Party"
             (Fred Wing, Mabel Stegner, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edelmuth)
     10    "Bring on the Soup!"
     11    "Business From Tropical Fruits"
     12    "Canadian Wild Geese Stretch Their Wings in a Market Here" 
     13    "Casserole Cooking With Color"
     14    "Champagne Is Found Resuming Leadership as a Social Drink"
     15    "Cheddar Shaped Like Pineapple Returns After Absence in War"
     16    "Chinese Food Kit and Cookbook Sold Together"
     17    "Chinese Treasure Chest Has 8 Basic Condiments"
             (Mariko Niki, "Lotus Blossom" in Teahouse of the August Moon)
     18    "Classic Lines Under a Comic Cap" 
             (Eggplant)
     19    "The (Cold) Soup's On"
     20    "Cottage Cheese Like Grandma Never Made"
     21    "Crowning a Cook-Out Champion"
             (George G. Stout, Arvada, Colorado; Joan Crawford and Lloyd Bridges)
     22    "Del Pezzo Restaurant Has New Look"
             (Chef John Spicola and Joanne Hardy)
     23    "Dumplings as Big as Footballs"
     24    "Editorial Restaurant Tops" 
             (Lino Conti and Norma Galli)
     25    "Farm's Turkeys Pampered, Dressed Like Queen" 
             (Clare Potter, dress designer)
     26    "Food Editor Back With New Orleans Favorite"
             (H. R. Morales)
     27    "Food Editor Guest at True New Orleans Supper"
             (Paul Ninas, artist, Grace Nina, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Newman)
     28    "Food Styles in Fall Showing Favor a Trend to Brown-Gold"
     29    "Former Jewelry Manufacturer Turns Restaurant Into a Gem"
             (Mario's Restaurant and Chef, Fernandaz)
     30    "Fresh Florida Lychees Providing New Fruit Sensation"
     31    "Frozen Food Kitchen Develops Four Items"
     32    "Gallic Gaufrette Will Please American Palates" 
             (Dr. Clive McCay, Cornell University)
     33    "Ghosts and Pixies To Be Eaten Bewitch Halloween Party Table"
     34    "Go Berrying to the Market Stands"
     35    "History of Those Juicy Steaks" 
             (Joe Marsh)
     36    "Home Institute Recipes [missing] Best Methods of Cook Shad"
     37    "Hot Grog Toasts the New Year"
     38    "How to Cook the Catch" 
             (Al McClane)
     39    "Hudson River's Shad Run Best In Half-Century"
     40    "In Coffee It's the Snifter That Counts" 
             (Morris Goldes)
     41    "Is There Anybody Here Hungry for an English Crumpet?"
     42    "Japanese Makes Oriental Cakes In a Very Occidental Machine"
             (Bunshichi Okuna)
     43    "Milk Bar With Soda to Add Zip To Drinks Charms Youngsters"
     44    "Milk Sold in 11 Forms By the Modern Dairy"
     45    "Mold a Salad for Spring"
     46    "New Frozen Vegetable Medleys"
     47    "New Mixture Puts Wood Smoke In Broiled Steaks, Barbecues"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kaufman, Chen-Ridge, New Jersey)
     48    "New Orleans Coffee Comes Back"
     49    "A Nibble Of Spring"
     50    "Nino's a Joy to Westchester Diners" 
             (Nino Cardinali)
     51    "One Pungent Suitcase"
             (Janos and Rae Starker)
     52    "Oyako Domburi Is a Great Success" 
             (John Malm)
     53    "Oyster Time at Grand Central" 
             (Nick Peters)
     54    "Ozark Mountain Folk Prepare Wild-Fruit Jams for City Stores"
             ('Jedge' Robert Lyon)
     55    "The Parisien, on W. 56th, Changes Owners, Menus"
             (Albino Corti)
     56    "Penthouse 'Picnic'" 
             (Stephen Spector, Art dealer)
     57    "Revisiting Mont d'Or Is a Treat"
     58    "Rinsing the Pan With a Douse of Whiskey" 
             (Elizabeth Campbell)
     59    "Roasting the Christmas Goose"
     60    "Robert Day-Dean's, Caterers Over a Century"
             (Robert Day, and children, Bobby, Barbara, Carol, and Susan)
     61    "Sausage and Scrapple Travel to Manhattan"
     62    "Sculptor Moulds Masterpiece: A Tangy Chutney"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Stoller)
     63    "Shrimp Machine Aids Northwest"
     64    "Smoked Tongue and Porkettes Make Good as Substitutes for
             (incomplete article)
     65    "Spanish Flavor on 14th St."
     66    "Spirits of the Highlands"
     67    "The Tables Were Turned" 
             (Otto Gentsch, President, Culinariana Home Foundations; Maurice
             Gonneau, chef, Hotel Biltmore; Joseph Donon, American Culinary
             Foundaion; Paul A. Spitler, chairman of the board, de Bragga &
             Spitler; and Syemour Weiss, President, Hotel Roosevelt, New
             Orleans, Louisiana)
     68    "To Test Brandy Mix with Water"
     69    "Tokyo's Chinese Treat"
             (Nancy Chih Ma and daughter Helen)
     70    "Water Needs the Aid of Fruit To Slake Mid-Summer Thirsts"
     71    "What the Sherry Ambassadors Said"
     72    "Where Cabbages Are Kings"
     73    "Wider Use of Wheat Germ"
     74    "Yuletide Party Foods in the Danish Tradition"
     75    Distinguished Refugees Aid...
             (Mrs. Karol Brochwicz and Princess Paul Sapieha)
     76    The Menu of the Polish Center Isn't Settled....
             (Ex-Ambassador Maryan Chodacki at his restaurant, the Polish Center)




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