FSU Special Collections & Archives Presents: The Great Rare Books Bake Off 2021

Last year FSU Special Collections & Archives spent the month of November showing off recipes from our digital collection of cookbooks and herbals. We welcomed guest contributors who shared recipes from their personal family collections, and modernized historic recipes, and we baked…a lot!

With more students, faculty, and staff back on campus this Fall we wanted to encourage everyone to try a quick recipe from our collection. They aren’t complicated, they don’t have crazy ingredients, but they sure are interesting. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t turn out as planned, we want to see your pictures!

How can you participate?

1. Bake: Pick a recipe from this post and give it a try

2. Post: Post a picture to social media, tag it with #TheGreatRareBooksBakeOff @fsulibraries #fsuSpecialCollections

3. Like: Follow @fsulibraries to see all the posts!

The Recipes

All of the following recipes were chosen by SCA employee Gabriela Azeem-Angel

The Menu

Follow along as we share guest-posts and other book-related cooking fun throughout the month of November. You can always check out our archive of previous Great Rare Books Bake Off posts for more inspiration.

November 1-6: Cocktails and Mocktails

November 7-13: Appetizers

November 14-20: Main Courses & Side Dishes

November 21-30: Desserts

Ready? Set? Bake!

Published by Kristin Hagaman

Research Services Associate, Special Collections & Archives, Florida State University Libraries

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