Madison, Wisconsin: Associated Women Students of the University of Wisconsin
Over the course of University history, numerous campus-related organizations have produced cookbooks. Containing more than just recipes, these cookbooks provide a look at how food has played a role in campus culture and identity. Whether designed for fundraising or for promotional purposes, they capture a snapshot view of campus organizations of yore and the cultural environment surrounding them.
The Associated Women Students produced a cookbook as a new feature of Coeds’ Week in 1955. The book, called "Bucky’s Favorite Foods," contains “tried and true” favorites of faculty, staff, and students at the University. Recipes were contributed by campus notables such as Carson Gulley and Mrs. Alan Ameche, the wife of the UW football legend.