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Cookery & Culinary Arts: Find Articles/Databases

This information in this guide was originally written by Tracey Mayfield and has been updated and adapted by Karin Griffin.


Retrieve scholarly and peer-reviewed citations on any subject.

Tip: Use “Cited by” and “Related articles” to find additional articles.

If you are on campus, click on Get it! @CSULB. If the full text article is not available or free, check to see if the Library owns it or use Citation Linker (and if not use BeachReach).  

Google Scholar Search

Works Cited List & Bibliography

RefWorks and Zotero are citation managment tools.  They help you collect, manage, cite, and share your research sources.  They can create  bibliographies in many citation forms.

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Need to find a specific journal?

To find a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper enter the name of the journal (NOT the title of the article) in the "Journal Title Search"  link provided below.  It will link you to print holdings and/or full-text online subscriptions.



Citation Linker allows you to enter your citation and find out whether or not the CSULB University Library provides full text. To use CitationLinker you must know the title of the journal, magazine or newspaper the article is in (e.g. Journal of Research in Reading, The Reading Teacher). You will need to enter as much information (article title, journal, author, year of publication, volume, issue, page numbers) as possible, and Citation Linker will search our databases to see if we have a print or electronic copy of the article.