Nineteenth-century American culinary and gastronomic magazines are an important resource for interested scholars. Unfortunately most are little known and somewhat elusive. In this article, we introduce and briefly describe ten such journals: Berney's Mystery of Living (1868); The Table (1873); American Cookery (1876); The Caterer (Philadelphia 1882); The Cooking Club (1895); Table Talk (1886); Hotel Monthly (1893); What To Eat (1896); Boston Cooking-School Magazine (1896); and The Caterer (San Francisco 1891).

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