Published in 1887, "The White House Cookbook" set a new standard for perfection in the culinary arts. During his tenure as Steward of the White House, Hugo Ziemann personally catered to the First Family as well as countless American statesmen, foreign dignitaries, and celebrities. In this one-of-a-kind book he sets forth, in comprehensive detail, all the recipes, menus, and cooking techniques he used while serving as the official White House chef.
"The White House Cookbook" also teaches proper housekeeping techniques. The chapter Facts Worth Knowing explains how to hang picture frames, polish brass, prevent rust, clean marble, and more. There is also information on preparing hair dye, lip salve, rose-water, shampoo, shaving cream, toothpaste, and perfumes from scratch.
An instructive and entertaining book that sparkles with the grandeur of a bygone American era, "The White House Cookbook "is sure to delight foodies, entertainers, and armchair historians alike.
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F. L. Gillette dedicated her life to cooking and housekeeping. Although some have speculated that Gillette never actually visited the White House, Gillette wrote the book predicting it would become popular due to the contemporary state of America’s economy. She resided in Washington, DC.
Hugo Ziemann—a White House steward, internationally recognized restaurateur, and accomplished chef—contributed a portion to the book, adding to its credibility and validity. He resided in Washington, DC.
John Moeller was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. As a chef, he worked in the Washington, DC area until starting as a White House chef under President Bush in September of 1992. He subsequently continued for eight years with President Clinton and five years with President Bush until December 2005. In the summer of 2010, he relocated back to Lancaster to start his own business, State of Affairs Catering and authored his first book Dining at the White House, which was released in September 2013.
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