A Pinch of Prickly Pear 

A survey of cookbooks that came from Tucson kitchens

Western Mexican Cook Book, by Alfonso C. Pain, 1959 This pamphlet was self-published and came with a variety of covers. In some editions, Joe Carithers is listed as a co-author. The artwork is minimal, but Pain includes 16 hints to help the…

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