1. "Libro de Repostería."  manuscript pages on wove paper. 8vo, 6 x 4 1/4 inches, stitched from folding and loose sheets; a few leaves coming loose; inscribed "84 Athia[?]" on first page. Among the distinctively Mexican recipes is a "torta de chico zapote" on page  featuring the fruit of the sapodilla, known as chicozapote in Mexico; and the "torta de chirimolla" [cherimoya] on page .
2. Untitled partial cookbook.  manuscript pages on 6 folding sheets of laid paper with watermarks tentatively dated to 1837. 4to, 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches, unbound. Includes recipes for "Gallinas de chichimeco," "gallinas en chile," "escabeche de Beracruz," and several fish dishes.
3.  manuscript pages on 5 folding sheets of laid paper with watermarked tentatively dated to circa 1830. Features savory dishes, less distinctively Mexican than the other two volumes.
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