Previously a graphic designer with Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), I typeset the Solar Cookbook -- an origination of that publication which dates back to the 1970's, when home economists employed by SMUD converted recipes from standard cookbooks and tested them for use in the solar-cooking environment. These economists, who were way ahead of their time, also distributed the cookbook and performed demonstrations about the benefits of solar cooking in Sacramento.
The revised cookbook was published as a community service pamphlet and included in marketing packages handed out at public events during the push for renewable energy education at SMUD in the 1990's. This body of work has now expanded into a worldwide audience with recipes continually being added on the SolarWiki -- from little seeds grow great trees!
Included here are some of the original graphics incorporated into the printed edition of SMUD's Solar Cookbook.