Hospitality Administration & Culinary Arts - Fort Wayne

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The TX section of the library is dedicated to cooking, recipes, and hospitality. 

TX 531 Food Safety

TX 631 Gastronomy, pleasures of the table, dining, etc.

TX 645 History of Cooking

TX 655 Equipment, appliances, utensils, etc.

TX 700 Cookbooks

TX 715 American, regional, ethnic

TX 760-799 Baking. Confectionery

TX 901-946.5 Hospitality industry. Hotels, clubs, restaurants, etc. Food service 

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Also known as "Academic Articles" or "Peer Reviewed" articles. Scholarly articles are are written by experts in a field for other experts. They are printed in scholarly journals to share original data, research, or ideas within a field of study. Articles in scholarly journals are reviewed and accepted by other experts in the same field, or peers. 

Trade Publications

Trade publications are written by professionals for professionals, but may not be peer-reviewed. Trade publications inform and share info about news, trends, technologies, best practices, and products within an industry or profession. 

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