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The ABC of Cooking

2014.06.02

For men with no experience of cooking on Small Boats, Patrol Boats, in Camps, on Marches, etc.

Author: Adelin Balch Coit

Language: English

Published: 1917




California Mexican-Spanish Cook Book

2013.05.24

Selected Mexican and Spanish Recipes

Author: Bertha Haffner-Ginger

Language: English

Published: 1914




The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book

2013.03.13

Author: Victor Hirtzler

Language: English

Published: 1919




Domestic French Cookery, 4th ed.

2011.01.05

Author: Sulpice Barué

Language: English

Published: 1832




The Century Cook Book

2011.01.05

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Author: Mary Ronald

Language: English

Published: 1895

This book contains directions for cooking in its various branches,from the simplest forms to high-class dishes and ornamental pieces;a group of New England dishes furnished by Susan Coolidge;and a few receipts of distinctively Southern dishes. It gives alsothe etiquette of dinner entertainments—how to serve dinners—tabledecorations, and many items relative to household affairs.




Let's Use Soybeans

2010.12.15

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Author: Anonymous

Language: English




Better Meals for Less Money

2010.11.30

Author: Mary Green

Language: English

Published: 1917

With the steadily increasing cost of all staple foods the need of intelligent buying, cooking, and serving is greater than ever before: more money must be spent for food, or more consideration must be given to selecting and using it. For those who would continue to serve their households well, and whose allowance for food has not kept pace with prices, there is only one alternative, and that is, to use more of the cheaper foods, and to prepare and combine them so skilfully that economy shall not be a hardship. Good meals depend not so much upon expensive material as upon care and good judgment in the use of ordinary material. The time-worn boarding-house jokes about prunes and hash mean simply that these foods, in themselves excellent, are poorly prepared and too frequently served.




Recipes for Eatmor Fresh Cranberries

2010.11.01

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Author: Anonymous

Language: English

Published: 1952




The Curry Cook's Assistant

2010.10.20

or, Curries, How to Make Them in England in Their Original Style

Author: Daniel Santiagoe

Language: English

Published: 1889




Candy-Making Revolutionized

2010.09.28

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Confectionery from Vegetables

Author: Mary Elizabeth Hall

Language: English

Published: 1912

Of cookery, candy-making is a branch which is entitled to more dignity than it ordinarily receives. Negatively and positively, the importance of sweets to the child can hardly be over-estimated. If he consumes a quantity of impure confectionery, his digestion will be ruined for life; how much of the confectionery bought is rankly impure it is well for the mother's peace of mind that she does not know! On the other hand, if the child is not given sweets, he is deprived of a food element of the greatest value to his development. And for the adult, the value of pure candy is too obvious to warrant comment.




Suppers

2010.09.28

Novel Suggestions for Social Occasions

Author: Paul Pierce

Language: English

Published: 1907




The Kitchen Encyclopedia

2010.09.18

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Twelfth Edition (Swift & Company)

Author: Anonymous

Language: English

Published: 1911




Dinners and Luncheons

2010.09.07

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Novel Suggestions for Social Occasions

Author: Paul Pierce

Language: English

Published: 1907




Gala Day Luncheons

2010.07.26

A Little Book of Suggestions

Author: Caroline Benedict Burrell

Language: English

Published: 1901




The Fun of Cooking

2010.07.21

A Story for Girls and Boys

Author: Caroline French Benton

Language: English

Published: 1914




Food in War Time

2010.05.22

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Author: Graham Lusk

Language: English

Published: 1918

A moderately technical book will doubtless prove interesting to those trained in dietetics. Much of the material is of general interest, however, especially the "rules for saving and safety" and the discussion of the reasons for adequacy of the Italian peasant diet and other simple diets.




Home Pork Making

2010.05.20

Author: A.W. Fulton

Language: English

Published: 1900

A complete guide for the farmer,the country butcher and the suburban dweller, in all that pertains to hog slaughtering, curing, preserving and storing pork product—from scalding vat to kitchen table and dining room.




Chinese-Japanese Cook Book

2010.05.15

Author: Onoto Watanna

Language: English

Published: 1914

In this book the authors make it possible to serve on home tables the food hitherto obtainable only at Chop Sueys and Mandarin Inns. They also introduce to us the best Japanese dishes and delicacies.




Dressed Game and Poultry à la Mode

2010.04.15

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Author: Harriet A. de Salis

Language: English

Published: 1888

At this the sporting season of the year, I venture to offer to the public another of my little series in the form of Dressed Game and Poultry. No doubt many of the recipes are well known, but it has been my aim to collect from all the culinary preserves such recipes that from personal experience I know to be good. All the known and unknown tomes on the gourmet's art have been consulted, and I have to thank the authors for this assistance to my work, as well as those cordons bleus from whom I have practically learnt some few of them.




The Cooking Manual of Practical Directions for Economical Every-Day Cookery

2010.03.12

Author: Juliet Corson

Language: English

Published: 1877




Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners

2010.03.08

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A Book of Recipes

Author: Elizabeth O. Hiller

Language: English

Published: 1913




Stevenson Memorial Cook Book

2010.01.28

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Author: Mrs. William D. Hurlbut

Language: English

Published: 1919




Breakfasts and Teas

2010.01.05

Novel Suggestions for Social Occasions

Author: Paul Pierce

Language: English

Published: 1907




Vegetable Diet: As Sanctioned by Medical Men, and by Experience in All Ages

2009.11.15

Including a System of Vegetable Cookery

Author: William Andrus Alcott

Language: English

Published: 1859




Canned Fruit, Preserves, and Jellies: Household Methods of Preparation

2009.11.10

U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers' Bulletin No. 203

Author: Maria Parloa

Language: English

Published: 1917

Gives full instructions for canning and preserving fruit, making fruit juices, purees, marmalades, jellies, etc.




The Candy Maker's Guide

2009.10.20

A Collection of Choice Recipes for Sugar Boiling

Author: Fletcher Manufacturing Company

Language: English

Published: 1894




The Art of Confectionary

2009.09.29

Author: Edward Lambert

Language: English

Published: 1761

Shewing the Various Methods of Preserving All Sorts of Fruits, Dry and Liquid; viz. Oranges, Lemons, Citrons, Golden Pippins, Wardens, Apricots Green, Almonds, Goosberries, Cherries, Currants, Plumbs, Rasberries, Peaches, Walnuts, Nectarines, Figs, Grapes, &c., Flowers and Herbs; as Violets, Angelica, Orange-Flowers, &c.; Also How to Make All Sorts of Biscakes, Maspins, Sugar-Works, and Candies. With the Best Methods of Clarifying, and the Different Ways of Boiling Sugar.




Culture and Cooking

2009.09.15

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Art in the Kitchen

Author: Catherine Owen

Language: English

Published: 1881

This is not a cookery book. It makes no attempt to replace a good one; it is rather an effort to fill up the gap between you and your household oracle, whether she be one of those exasperating old friends who maddened our mother with their vagueness, or the newer and better lights of our own generation, the latest and best of all being a lady as well known for her novels as for her works on domestic economy—one more proof, if proof were needed, of the truth I endeavor to set forth—if somewhat tediously forgive me—in this little book: that cooking and cultivation are by no means antagonistic. Who does not remember with affectionate admiration Charlotte Bronté taking the eyes out of the potatoes stealthily, for fear of hurting the feelings of her purblind old servant; or Margaret Fuller shelling peas?




Cooking and Dining in Imperial Rome

2009.08.20

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Author: Apicius

Language: English

Published: 1541

The present first translation into English of the ancient cookery book dating back to Imperial Roman times known as the Apicius book is herewith presented to antiquarians, friends of the Antique as well as to gastronomers, friends of good cheer.The present version has been based chiefly upon three principal Latin editions, that of Albanus Torinus, 1541, who had for his authority a codex he found on the island of Megalona, on the editions of Martinus Lister, 1705-9, who based his work upon that of Humelbergius, 1542, and the Giarratano-Vollmer edition, 1922.




Desserts and Salads

2009.08.20

Author: Gesine Lemcke

Language: English

Published: 1892