They are not comprehensive; nor are they presented in a standardized format containing exactly the same information for each state, as you would find in an encyclopedia.
Vegetable products entered the economy in various ways. Subsistence food for the Inuit of Alaska included whale meat, caribou, moose, walrus, seal, fish, fowl, mountain sheep, bear, hares, squirrels, and foxes.Eskimos did not dissapate the nutritional potential of their food by overcooking it.Great quantities of meat and fish were eaten raw, usually in either dried or frozen form.Recheck until pick comes out clean.] "Cheese Straws 2 cups grated cheese 2 cups sifted flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 heaping tablespoon butter 1/4 teaspoon red pepper make into stiff dough with ice-cold sweet mik and water mixed.Roll thin, cut into narrow strips and bake quickly." ---New York World's Fair Cook Book: The American Kitchen, Crosby Gaige [Doubleday, Doran:nw York] 1939 (p. 175) In Alaska, as true for places on earth, the concept of "traditional meals" depends up time and peoples.Pale wine made from native grapes and oranges; peaches baked in sugar-crust tarts; baked, stuffed Gulf snapper; and and endless variety of aromatic soups and sauces were being served.