American Cookery

Results for: category: [x] American Cookery
Search within these results:
Showing: 26 - 50 (of 445)
Results per page:
Order by:
26.
The Salmon Fisheries of England, 1868, From Authentic Information Obtained from the House of Commons, to Which is Added Valuable and Exclusive Information, Extracted from the Reports of the Commissioners of Fisheries in France, America, Norway, & Russia.
London/Bath: Longmans, Green, & CO./William Lewis, "Directory" Office, 1868. Small octavo, 17.6 x 11.3 cm, 117 pages. FIRST EDITION. Color lithographed frontispiece. A digest of the issues and failing policies facing British salmon fisheries. Threats to fisheries throughout the North Atlantic arose in the 19th century, and despite many laws to regulate salmon in England, all proved ineffectual. Thomas Ashworth expands the issue beyond the British quandary to include extracts... (Item #3321)
Price: $600.00
The Salmon Fisheries of England, 1868, From Authentic Information Obtained from the House of Commons, to Which is Added Valuable and Exclusive Information, Extracted from the Reports of the Commissioners of Fisheries in France, America, Norway, & Russia. Thomas Ashworth.
27.
The New York Cook-Book, Being the Art of Cooking in a Palatable, Digestible, and Economical Manner. With Instructions in Carving and Arranging the Table for Dinners, Parties, Etc.
New York: G.W. Carleton & Co., Publishers, 1880. Thick octavo, 337, 57, [15] pages. First edition. The final 57 pages is a reprint of The New Family Receipt Book, containing household and medical recipes. Closed tear to pages 119-120, some medium foxing, Some tiny paint flecks and scuffing to covers of gilt- and black decorated green cloth. Spine partially discolored (rubbed?), and with the author's name misspelled "Aster". Previous owner's... (Item #4994)
Price: $180.00
The New York Cook-Book, Being the Art of Cooking in a Palatable, Digestible, and Economical Manner. With Instructions in Carving and Arranging the Table for Dinners, Parties, Etc. Mrs. Jane Astor.
28.
Suggestions Regarding the Cooking of Food... With Introductory Statement Regarding the Nutritive Value of Comon Food Materials, by Mrs. Ellen Richards.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1894. Octavo, 31 pages. First edition. The author lays out his theory of cooking, loosely based on the Norwegian Cooking Box, and that applies mostly low heat to slowly cook foods with, what the author claims, is minimal waste of food, heat and fuel. Toward the end, the New England clambake is described as an example of the application of low heat. Small chips to... (Item #2877)
Price: $60.00
Suggestions Regarding the Cooking of Food... With Introductory Statement Regarding the Nutritive Value of Comon Food Materials, by Mrs. Ellen Richards. Edward Atkinson, Mrs. Ellen Richards, U S. Department of Agriculture.
29.
Aunt Kate's Household Annual.
London & Dundee: John Leng & Company, [1932]. Thick octavo, 252 pages. Illustrated throughout. First edition. A cookbook with a preliminary calendar for the year 1933. Not quite an almanac/cookbook but in that vicinity. This is the only year for which we can find any record, so the annual aspect of the book was short-lived. The illustrations throughout include color illustrations of various dishes, and black and white photographic illustrations... (Item #5294)
Price: $150.00
Aunt Kate's Household Annual. Aunt Kate.
30.
Austin, Nichols & Co. Trade Circular & Price List, New York, April 11, 1879.
New York: Austin, Nichols & Company, 1879. Small quarto in wrappers, 21 pages. Importers and dealers in teas, staple and fancy groceries, Austin, Nichols, & Company issued trade circular highlighting goods available in their New York location. From cabinets, cigarettes, and soap to olive oil, rock candy and French capers, wide variety of items listed along with illustrated advertisements for specific brands. Fold-creases and some edge-wear, otherwise very good condition... (Item #3265)
Price: $200.00
Austin, Nichols & Co. Trade Circular & Price List, New York, April 11, 1879. Nichols Austin, Co.
31.
Yours in Food, John Baldessari
New York: A Blind Spot Book/Princeton Architectural Press, 2004. Large octavo, 139 pages. First edition. A founding member of the conceptual art movement, Baldessari serves up nuanced look at Americans breaking bread, accompanied by meditations on eating specially commissioned from contemporary writers and cultural critics such as Paul Auster, David Byrne, Dave Eggers, Francine Prose, Tim Griffin and more. A visual and intellectual feast. Text is very fine in very... (Item #3241)
Price: $60.00
Yours in Food, John Baldessari. John Baldessari.
32.
Cookbooks Worth Collecting.
Radnor, PA: Wallace-Homestead Book Company, 1994. Octavo, 232 pages. First edition. Illustrated with more than 100 black and white photographs. Over 1000 bibliographic entries of collectible cookbooks with history and lore and relative values. Fine in illustrated wrappers. (Item #3492)
Price: $10.00
Cookbooks Worth Collecting. Mary Barile.
33.
[Broadside] Eaton's Green Pea & Bean Sheller!
Circa 1880s. Broadside, 47.6 x 17.7 cm. Illustrated advertisement, printed on beautiful purple paper, for Eaton's Green Pea and Bean Sheller machine. Includes nine lengthy testimonials, directions, and a list of merchants from Maine to New York. Patented in 1880 by L. Eaton in Worcester, MA and manufactured by L.W. Farmer in Boston. Some edgewear, otherwise very fine condition. (Item #3294)
Price: $90.00
34.
Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt-Book; Designed as a Supplement to the Treatise on Domestic Economy. Third edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1856. Octavo, xiii + 306 +24 pages additional preface and index. Woodcut illustrations throughout. Stated third edition, but Cagle describes this as the first edition, 11th printing. This recipe book was a supplement to A Treatise on Domestic Economy, by the great educator and domestic reformer Catherine Beecher. Lacking the final blank, and with a bit of light wear to the publisher's gray-green cloth binding, otherwise very good. [Cagle 76]. (Item #1992)
Price: $250.00
Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt-Book; Designed as a Supplement to the Treatise on Domestic Economy. Third edition. Miss Beecher, Catherine Esther.
35.
Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt-Book; Designed as a Supplement to the Treatise on Domestic Economy. Third edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1851. Octavo, xiii + 306 , including index. Woodcut illustrations throughout. Stated third edition, but following Cagle's descriptions, this is the first edition, 6th printing. This recipe book was a supplement to A Treatise on Domestic Economy, by the great educator and domestic reformer Catherine Beecher. Corner of half-title lacking. Some light foxing and soiling throughout. Rebound in tan cloth with gilt-stamped morocco spine label... (Item #2588)
Price: $250.00
Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt-Book; Designed as a Supplement to the Treatise on Domestic Economy. Third edition. Miss Beecher, Catherine Esther.
36.
Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt-Book; designed as a supplement to the treatise on domestic economy. Fifth edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1868. Octavo, xiii + 306, [24], including index. Woodcut illustrations throughout. Stated fifth edition. This recipe book was a supplement to A Treatise on Domestic Economy, by the great educator and domestic reformer Catherine Beecher. Previous owner's name to preliminary blank; free front endpaper lacking. Some light foxing and soiling throughout. Spine cocked. Original brown cloth faded and worn. Over all, good plus. [Cagle (earlier printings)]. (Item #5251)
Price: $60.00
37.
A Treatise on Domestic Economy. For the Life of Young Ladies at Home, and at School. Revised edition, with numerous additions and illustrative engravings.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1854. Octavo, 369 pages, [11] index. Woodcut illustrations throughout. Stated third edition (preface), originally published by Marsh, Capen, Lyon, and Webb of Boston in 1841. A household manual, not a recipe book, with sections on care of infants and the sick, healthful food, cleanliness, washing, house cleaning, kitchen maintenance, and more. By the great educator and domestic reformer Catherine Beecher. Some light foxing and... (Item #3094)
Price: $250.00
38.
A Treatise on Domestic Economy. For the Life of Young Ladies at Home, and at School. Revised edition, with numerous additions and illustrative engravings.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1868. Octavo, 369 pages, [11] index. Woodcut illustrations throughout. Stated third edition (preface), but later printing. Originally published by Marsh, Capen, Lyon, and Webb of boston in 1841. A household manual, not a recipe book, with sections on care of infants and the sick, healthful food, cleanliness, washing, house cleaning, kitchen maintenance, and more. By the great educator and domestic reformer Catherine Beecher. Some... (Item #3095)
Price: $250.00
A Treatise on Domestic Economy. For the Life of Young Ladies at Home, and at School. Revised edition, with numerous additions and illustrative engravings. Miss Beecher, Catherine Esther.
39.
All Around the House; or, How to Make Homes Happy.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1878; [1879]. Octavo, xii, 468 pages. First edition, second printing. The first printing had 461 pages, plus six pages of unnumbered advertisements. The present printing includes the addition of a seven page appendix containing additional recipes, and now lacking the advertisements. The additional pages, numbered as part of the continuous pagination, are not included in the index. Later Appleton printings continue to use this... (Item #5045)
Price: $150.00
All Around the House; or, How to Make Homes Happy. Beecher Mrs, enry, ard.
40.
Miss Beecher's Housekeeper and Healthkeeper: Containing Five Hundred Recipes for Economical and Healthful Cooking; Also, Many Directions for Securing Health and Happiness.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1873. Octavo, 482, 6 pages. Ads. wood engravings in the text. First edition of this title, though substantially containing material included in the author's earlier titles on domestic economy. In the preface Beecher mentions that it also contains "new and interesting matter". A bit dusty, otherwise very near fine, in brick colored, black ruled and gilt-titled publisher's cloth. [Not in Bitting or Cagle]. (Item #3821)
Price: $150.00
41.
Miss Beecher's Housekeeper and Healthkeeper: Containing Five Hundred Recipes for Economical and Healthful Cooking; Also, Many Directions for Securing Health and Happiness.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1876. Octavo, 482, 7, [1] pages. Ads. Wood engravings in the text. Later printing of this title, Originally issued in 1873. Substantially containing material included in the author's earlier titles on domestic economy. In the preface Beecher mentions that it also contains "new and interesting matter". Previous owner's name in pencil to front free end paper. Some wear to end papers. Some wear to... (Item #4988)
Price: $90.00
Miss Beecher's Housekeeper and Healthkeeper: Containing Five Hundred Recipes for Economical and Healthful Cooking; Also, Many Directions for Securing Health and Happiness. Beecher, Catherine E.
42.
The Comforts of Home.
Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1918. Small octavo, 106 pages. First edition. A charming meditation on just what the title says, with chapters on "Getting Settled," "In Praise of Open Fires," and "Conerning Kitchens" among others. Previous owner's name to front pase-down, andlight rubbing to bottom of boards, otherwise a fine copy in green paper-covered boards, with paste-down labels on spine and front panel, In a near very good publisher's... (Item #1883)
Price: $40.00
The Comforts of Home. Ralph Bergengren.
43.
Joslyn Presents Bernard Schimmel's Masterpieces
Omaha, NE: Joslyn Art Museum, 1976. Oblong octavo, 216 pages. Illustrated. Schimmel was an Omaha born and raised youth when he left for Switzerland to study at Lausanne's Hotel School. He eventually returned home to become one of the Midwest's most celebrated chefs and innkeepers. Fine in publisher's illustrated cloth. From the collection of American fashion and style icon Bill Blass, and boldly inscribed by the chef to Blass on... (Item #2756)
Price: $200.00
44.
Fashions in Foods in Beverley Hills. [cover title]; One Feast, One House, One Mutual Happiness.Compiled by The Book Section, Beverly Hills Woman's Club.
Beverly Hills, California: Printed in Beverly Hills by the Beverly Hills Citizen, 1929. Cover design and titles by Vivian V. Robeson. Foreword by Will Rogers. Octavo (21 x 15.5 cm.), [xiv], 189 pages. Ads. Illustrated title page. Includes table of contents and indexes. Evident FIRST EDITION. Some starry names accompany a fair number of the six hundred recipes of this community cookbook, among the celebrities: Ina Claire, Joan Crawford, Mildred... (Item #5195)
Price: $120.00
Fashions in Foods in Beverley Hills. [cover title]; One Feast, One House, One Mutual Happiness.Compiled by The Book Section, Beverly Hills Woman's Club. Beverly Hills Woman's Club. Book Section.
45.
Cummings Bros.
Portland, ME: Cummings Bros. 1929. 27.7 x 21.3 cm. Illustrated printed billhead for Cummings Brothers, “wholesale grocers, beef and provisions”. Bill for Pine Wood Camps in Canton, Maine. Further annotations regarding payment are handwritten. Some discoloration to top edge, creases, and small tear to left edge, otherwise very good. (Item #3631)
Price: $25.00
46.
Thorndike & Hix.
Rockland, ME: Thorndike & Hix, 1903. 13.5 x 20.5. Color printed billhead for Thorndike & Hix, “manufacturers of Gold Coin Mince Meat.”. (Item #3633)
Price: $20.00
47.
Canning and How to Use Canned Foods.
Washington D.C. National Canners Association, 1919. Octavo, 184 pages. Illustrated. First edition. Includes some text on the history of canning as well as sections on Principles of Canning, Methods in Commercial Canning, Factory Sanitation, Labels, Syrup, Brine, Quality, and recipes for fruits, vegetables, meats, beans, and soups. Some illustrations depict early food processing factories. Early ownership inscription on front fly; slight discoloration to front board of green cloth, otherwise very... (Item #5137)
Price: $35.00
Canning and How to Use Canned Foods. A. W. Bitting, K. G. Bitting.
48.
The Practical Cook Book; Containing Upwards of One Thousand Receipts: Consisting of Directions for Selecting, Preparing and Cooking All Kinds of Meats, Fish, Poultry, and Game, Soups Broths, Vegetables and Salads... and Numerous Preparations for Invalids.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co. 1851. Octavo, 303 pages + 27 ads. Second edition, expanded by 30 pages beyond the original edition of 1850. Thorough and well-indexed, Mrs. Bliss' Practical Cook Book offers a wide array of recipes, including sections on 'Creams, Ices and Water Ices', and 'Blanc Mange, Creams, Charlotte Russe, Flummery, Syllabubs, Curds and Whey.' Moderate foxing throughout, spine a bit cocked. Publisher's blind and gilt-stamped green cloth... (Item #2444)
Price: $300.00
49.
The Practical Cook Book; containing upwards of one thousand receipts: consisting of directions for selecting, preparing and cooking all kinds of meats, fish, poultry, and game, soups broths, vegetables and salads... and numerous preparations for invalids.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co. 1855. Octavo, vi, 303 pages. Second edition, later printing, expanded by thirty pages beyond the original edition of 1850. Thorough and well-indexed, Mrs. Bliss' Practical Cook Book offers a wide array of recipes, including sections on Creams, Ices and Water Ices, as well as Blanc Mange, Creams, Charlotte Russe, Flummery, Syllabubs, Curds and Whey. Heavily foxed throughout, spine a bit cocked, but still sound. Publisher's... (Item #5655)
Price: $150.00
The Practical Cook Book; containing upwards of one thousand receipts: consisting of directions for selecting, preparing and cooking all kinds of meats, fish, poultry, and game, soups broths, vegetables and salads... and numerous preparations for invalids. Bliss Mrs.
50.
Flash in the Pan. The Life and Death of an American Restaurant.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992. Octavo, 302 pages. First edition of this important chronicle of the high-spirited opening and subsequent rapid decline and extinction of a New York City restaurant at the end of the Go-Go Eighties. Blum portrays a restaurant that seemingly had everything: celebrity investors, a trendy location, hot waitresses and A-list clientelle. But things just don't work out. Fine in a fine dust jacket. (Item #2227)
Price: $300.00

Prev 25

Next 25