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Alex Drum Hawkes

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Citizenship  English
Fields  Botany
Died  1977
Name  Alex Hawkes

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Books  Encyclopaedia of Cultivated Orchids: An Illustrated Descriptive Manual of the Members of the Orchidaceae Currently in Cultivation

Author abbrev. (botany)  A.D.Hawkes

Alex Drum Hawkes (1927–1977) was an American botanist and cookbook author that lived in Coconut Grove, Florida & Kingston, Jamaica. Alex specialized in orchids, bromeliads, palm trees, fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Named the orchid genus Flickingeria, and travelled the world extensively, particularly the Caribbean & Latin America during the 1940s - 1970s collecting plants.

Publications

Cookbooks & Recipes

  • COOKERY NOTES (1960s-70s) Coconut Grove, Florida (FL.) Recipes by Alex D. Hawkes
  • South Florida Cookery: Unique Recipes from the Tropics and Elsewhere (1964) Wake-Brook House, Coral Gables, Florida
  • Tropical Cookery (1960s)
  • The Shrimp Cookbook: 140 Wonderful Ways To Serve Shrimp (1966) Culinary Arts Institute, Chicago, Illinois
  • A World of Vegetable Cookery: An encyclopedic treasury of recipes, botany, and lore of the vegetable kingdom (1968) Simon & Schuster, New York [Rev. ed. 1984] illustrations by Bill Goldsmith
  • Cooking with vegetables : an encyclopedic treasury of recipes, botany, and lore of the vegetable kingdom (REVISED)
  • Eating Out in Jamaica: A Unique Guide to Good Eating (1971) DMP Publications Ltd., Kingston, Jamaica
  • The Rum Cookbook (1972) William Collins & Sangster, Jamaica
  • The Flavors of The Caribbean & Latin America: a personal collection of recipes (1977) Viking, New York illustrations by Lynda West
  • Newspapers / TV / Radio

  • Garden Club of the Air (1960) WTHS-TV, Miami,Florida
  • The Miami Herald (1960s)
  • Miami News (1960s)
  • The Tropical Gardener (1961) WTHS-TV, Miami,Florida
  • Tropical Gardener (1962) Radio - WFFG, Marathon, Florida Keys (World's Finest Fishing Grounds)
  • St. Petersburg Times 'Florida Cookery' (Late 1960s)
  • The Lakeland Ledger 'Sub-Tropic Cookery', Florida (1970s - 1977)
  • Jamaica Gleaner (1960s - 1977) Kingston, Jamaica
  • 'What's Cooking' Radio Jamaica (1970s)
  • Botanical Works

  • The Major Kinds of Palms (1950 - 1952) Fairchild Tropical Garden, Coconut Grove / Coral Gables, Florida
  • The Orchid Journal An International Review of Orchidology (1952 - 1953) Berkeley, California - Official Publication of The International Palm Society
  • Orchid Papers (1950s) Coconut Grove, Florida
  • Palm Papers (1950s) Coconut Grove, Florida
  • Bromeliad Papers (1950s) Coconut Grove, Florida
  • Orchids Their Botany & Culture (1961) Harper & Brothers, New York
  • Tropics Magazine (1962) © Alex D. Hawkes
  • The Four Arts Garden : history and catalogue of the labeled plants (1964) Garden Club of Palm Beach, Florida
  • Encyclopedia of Cultivated Orchids, an illustrated descriptive manual of the members of the Orchidaceae currently in cultivation (1965) Faber & Faber, London
  • Guide to Plants of the Everglades National Park (1965) Tropic Isle Publishers, Coral Gables, Florida
  • Wild Flowers of Jamaica (1974) Collins & Sangster, Great Britain illustrations by Brenda C. Sutton
  • Illustrated Plants of Jamaica (1974) J. Wray & Nephew, Jamaica
  • References

    Alex Drum Hawkes Wikipedia


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