The American Woman's Cook-Book: Approved Household Recipes Including Many Excellent Dishes Never Before Presented in a Cook Book . . . A Thorough Alphabetical Index. Ella M. Blackstone.
The American Woman's Cook-Book: Approved Household Recipes Including Many Excellent Dishes Never Before Presented in a Cook Book . . . A Thorough Alphabetical Index
The American Woman's Cook-Book: Approved Household Recipes Including Many Excellent Dishes Never Before Presented in a Cook Book . . . A Thorough Alphabetical Index
The American Woman's Cook-Book: Approved Household Recipes Including Many Excellent Dishes Never Before Presented in a Cook Book . . . A Thorough Alphabetical Index

The American Woman's Cook-Book: Approved Household Recipes Including Many Excellent Dishes Never Before Presented in a Cook Book . . . A Thorough Alphabetical Index

Chicago: Laird & Lee, 1910. Title contintued: "Foods for each Month--Time Required to Cook and to Digest Different Articles of Food--Menus for all occasions--Table Etiquette, Kitchen Don'ts--Kitchen Equipment and Useful Hints and Recipes for the Home in general--Specially-drawn artistic headings for various subjects, as Soups, Fish, Poultry, Beef, Veal, Mutton, Pork, Salads, Vegetables, and all classes of Dishes, besides Beverages, Dandies, Pickles and Preserves, Ice Creams and Ices--Ruled Pages for Recipes to be Preserved." 384 p.: color frontispiece, illustrations; 21 cm. White cloth with red and black spine and cover titles and cover illustration. Yellow endpapers. All page edges red. This edition does not contain the ruled pages referred to on the title page. Bitting, p. 42, notes that pages 372-384 are blank--here they contain part of the index. Includes "Food and Drink for the Sick" as well as "Artistic Cooking." Useful recipes that may come back in fashion include those for pigeon pie and slippery elm bark tea. Final section contains recipes for the fireless cooker, popular in the early 20th century. Front free endpaper bears former owners' names: Mrs. Cecil Davis and Bettina J. Davis of Greenfield, Ind., dated 1933. In Fair Condition: cover heavily soiled; ends of spine frayed; edges rubbed; front joint weak and separated for 6 cm. from head of spine; old dampstaining along edges of first few leaves, most prominent on frontispiece; front free endpaper, half title, and frontispiece are detached but present, with chipping to fore-edges; 1-3-cm. section lacking from fore-edge of frontispiece and title page, without loss of text or illustration; hinges are separated; scattered internal soiling. Fair. Item #001277

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