Octavo, 291 pp. Original blue cloth with gilt-stamped illustration and lettering on cover and spine with decorative black ruling. Decorative blind-stamped ruling on back cover. Advertisement on inside front cover. Rebekka Heinemann Wolf's cookbook may have been more popular than even Bertha Gumprich's seminal cookbook. The first edition of the Kochbuch für israelitische Frauen (Cookbook for Jewish Women) was published in 1851 in Berlin. Currently worldcat.org lists only one copy of the first edition worldwide at Indiana University Bloomington. Since its first publication in 1851, Wolf's cookbook was continuously revised and expanded through 14 editions, the latest known edition published in 1933 in Frankfurt.Despite the author's apparent popularity, there is little biographical information about Wolf other than what can be surmised from her cookbooks. Based on the first edition's subtitle, which states that her cookbook contains "recipes from different cooking and baking styles from regions where the author lived in for many years," one could guess that she may have been employed in household kitchens in many different regions of Germany, possibly even in regions outside of Germany. In the fourth edition, published in 1865, she mentions states her age as 64 years old (p. 229), which would make her year of birth 1801. The title page on this 11th edition states that the author lives in Berlin. Even though she called Pesakh Eastern, and she adapted the Christian tradition of having fish dishes on Friday night, the most special detail about the Kochbuch für Israelitische Frauen is its emphasis on Jewish customs. Rebekka Wolf's book is the earliest listed cookbook published in German. Although other practical cookbooks existed, Wolf filled a gap for Jewish households. All of her dishes were written with Jewish religious practices in mind. Her cookbook had directions for the preparation of kosher meat and the setup of a kosher kitchen. She even included the obligatory blessing for women while lighting candles on the Sabbath, written in both Hebrew and German. Text in German. Some wear along edges of binding, small chips at corners and spine. Spine cracked at front joint. Starting at front and back endpapers. Block somewhat age-toned. Binding in overall fair to good, interior in good condition. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Kochbuch für israelitische Frauen, ...
Publisher: J. Kauffmann
Publication Date: 1896
Book Condition: fair to g
Edition: Eleventh revised and improved.
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