Carson Gulley Cookbook Collection
Carson Gulley was head chef of the Housing Division's Food Service for 27 years and gained such legendary status as a chef on the UW-Madison campus that both a building and a pie were named for him. His reputation as culinary master and authority on herbs and spices led to his development of the University's program to train U.S. Navy cooks and bakers for service during World War II and while on leave from the UW-Madison, he set up a very successful commercial dietetics training course at Tuskegee Institute. Carson Gulley's publications are presented here in the Carson Gulley Cookbook digital collection.
Web Site URL: digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/HumanEcol.CarsonGulley