Title: A Careful Compilation: Tried and Approved ...
Publisher: Dayton, OH: Press of Walker Litho & Printing Co., 1897
Publication Date: 1897
76 p. plus Table of Contents. This cook book was compiled by the King's Daughters, Fourth Street M[ethodist] E[piscopal] Church, Wheeling, West Virginia. The first recipe in this book is for "yeast," followed by a number of bread and related recipes-Parkerhouse rolls, rusks, cheese fodder, various cornbreads and gingerbreads, Sally Lunn.All of the recipes are attributed to their contributors, and all sound delicious. Among the advertisers are grocers, restaurants, butchers, jewelers, bankers, milliners, a cigar emporium, manufacturers, etc. Black cloth hard cover, octavo (8" x 5 3/4"), with some wear to cover; the interior hinges were splitting but have been mended with nearly invisible acid-free archival tape. Bookseller Inventory # 123014KD
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