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A Poetical Cook-Book –by: Maria J. Moss

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Transcriber's Note

The original text used both symbol and numbered footnote markers. This text maintains the distinction. Obvious typographical errors have been corrected. A list of corrections is found at the end of the text along with a list of inconsistently spelled words.

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We may live without poetry, music, and art; We may live without conscience and live without heart; We may live without friends; we may live without books; But civilized man cannot live without cooks . He may live without books wha...

Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches

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DIRECTIONS FOR COOKERY, IN ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES.

BY

MISS LESLIE.

TENTH EDITION, WITH IMPROVEMENTS AND SUPPLEMENTARY RECEIPTS.

1840.

PREFACE

The success of her little book entitled "Seventy five Receipts in Cakes, Pastry, and Sweetmeats." has encouraged the author to attempt a larger and more miscellaneous work on the subject of cookery, comprising as far as practicable whatever is most useful in its various departments; and particularly adapted to the domestic economy of her own country. Designing it as a manual of American housewifery, she...

The Cannibal Islands Captain Cook s Adventure in the South Seas

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The Cannibal Islands, by R.M. Ballantyne.

This book describes some of the voyages of Captain Cook to Tahiti and other islands in the Pacific. Tahiti had been previously discovered by a Captain Wallis, and Cook was sent out there in order to make some astronomical observations that could not be done in Europe. The island was very verdant, and it was scarcely necessary for its people to work at all, so that they were very indolent. They were also inclined to steal, although they realised that...

Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking –by: Unknown

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Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking

Dutchland Pennsylvania

[Illustration: Kissin wears out ... cookin' don't]

Jacob's at the table and half et already

PROVEN RECIPES FOR TRADITIONAL PENNSYLVANIA Dutch FOODS

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PENNSYLVANIA Dutch COOKERY

In 1683 the Plain Sects began to arrive in William Penn's Colony seeking a land of peace and plenty. They were a mixed people; Moravians from Bohemia and Moravia, Mennoni...

Favorite Dishes : a Columbian Autograph Souvenir Cookery Book –by: Carrie V. Shuman

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FAVORITE DISHES

A COLUMBIAN AUTOGRAPH SOUVENIR COOKERY BOOK.

OVER THREE HUNDRED AUTOGRAPH RECIPES, AND TWENTY THREE PORTRAITS, CONTRIBUTED SPECIALLY BY THE BOARD OF LADY MANAGERS OF THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

COMPILED BY CARRIE V. SHUMAN, CHICAGO, 1893

Favorite Dishes is due to the fact that the noble women who have labored for the best interests of mankind and womankind, in the development of the Women's Department of the World's Columbian Exposition, found time to contribute this collection of recipes, as a means of enabling the compiler t...

The Community Cook Book –by: Anonymous

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THE COMMUNITY COOK BOOK

Sold by Class of Willing Workers of the Winter St. Baptist Church Haverhill, Mass

A Practical Cook Book, Representative of the Best Cookery to Be Found in Any of the More Intelligent and Progressive American Communities

IN COMPILING AND REVISING THIS BOOK, ONE PERSON AND HER NEEDS WERE ALWAYS KEPT IN MIND THAT PERSON IS THE AVERAGE AMERICAN WOMAN, AND TO HER THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED IN THE FIRM BELIEF THAT IN IT SHE WILL FIND MUCH HELPFULNESS.

Third Edition 1916

Copyright 1914, Powell & White Cincinnati, Ohio

CONTENTS

FOREW...

Science in the Kitchen. –by: Mrs. E. E. Kellogg

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SCIENCE IN THE KITCHEN.

A Scientific Treatise on Food Substances and Their Dietetic Properties, together with a Practical Explanation of the Principles of Healthful Cookery, and a Large Number of Original, Palatable, and Wholesome Recipes.

by

MRS. E. E. KELLOGG, A.M.

Superintendent of the Sanitarium School of Cookery and of the Bay View Assembly School of Cookery, and Chairman of the World's Fair Committee on Food Supplies, for Michigan

1893

PREFACE.

The interest in scientific cookery, particularly in cookery as related to health, has manifestly increa...

The Ideal Bartender

Tom Bullock was a well-known bartender at the St. Louis Country Club. His skills as a bartender were so remarkable that a libel suit hinged on the excellence of his drinks. In The Ideal Bartender, Tom collects some of his best known beverage recipes.

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E text prepared by Stephen Schulze and the Project Gutenbert Online Distributed Proofreading Team from scans courtesy of Michigan State University

THE IDEAL BARTENDER

by

TOM BULLOCK

1917

DEDICATED

TO THOSE WHO ENJOY SNUG CLUB ROOMS, THAT THEY MAY LEARN THE ART OF PREPARING FOR THEMSELVES WHAT I...

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