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Former owner's name in pencil inside front cover, recipes pencilled in on eight of the dozens of blank pages provided for that use in each section, otherwise clean and tight in original patterned cloth binding, lightly rubbed and soiled at spine. In the Preface the author states that she "has desired above all things to simplify the work of the kitchen and to reduce the present high cost of living." The recipes added by the original owner include: Boiled Mayonaise [sic], Potato Cake (Aunt Nell), Ginger Snaps, Brownies, Chocolate Drops, Date Bars, Corn Flake Macaroons, and Sybil Kelly Pickles. Including chapters on Entertaining, Fireless Cookery, Paper-bag Cookery, Chafing-dish Cookery, Casserole Cookery, Meat Substitutes. The recipes of the cookbook proper include: Terrapin, Shirred Oysters, Hungarian Goulash, Creamed Frizzled Beef, Codfish Omelet, Corn and Cheese Souffle, Turkish Pilaf, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Nasturtium Salad, Charlotte Russe, Meringues Glacees, Currant Tea Ring, Bohemian Houska, Belgrader Bread, Lettuce and Walnut Sandwiches, Hoarhound Candy, Baked Lake Trout, Spanish Mackerel in Butter, Mt. Clemens Rarebit, Clams a la Creme, Shin Meat in Casserole, etc. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.
Title: THE UNIVERSAL COOK BOOK Planned for a Family of Four Economical Recipes Designed to Meet the Needs of the Modern Housekeeper
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Philadelphia, International Press: 1913
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 38339