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The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. April-May-June.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1937. Octavo, 253 pages. First edition of this single season volume issued of an early American seasonal cookbook, later collected in a single volume. Bradley was the principal of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery. Very good or better in publisher's metal comb binding, in very attractive boards with a colorful deco-y design. [not in Cagle]. (Item #2450)
Price: $90.00
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. April-May-June. Alice Bradley.
52.
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. October, November, December.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1940. Octavo, 253 pages. Later printing of this single season volume issued of an early American seasonal cookbook, later collected in a single volume. Bradley was the principal of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery. Very good or better in publisher's metal comb binding, in very attractive boards with a colorful deco-y design. [not in Cagle]. (Item #2449)
Price: $90.00
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. October, November, December. Alice Bradley.
53.
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. October, November, December.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1937. Octavo, 253 pages. Later printing of this single season volume issued of an early American seasonal cookbook, later collected in a single volume. Bradley was the principal of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery. Very good or better in publisher's metal comb binding, in very attractive boards with a colorful deco-y design. [not in Cagle]. (Item #4869)
Price: $90.00
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. October, November, December. Alice Bradley.
54.
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. [Four volumes] January-February-March, April-May-June, July-August-September, October-November-December.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1937. Four volumes, octavos, 241, 247, 247, 253 pages. Later printings of all volumes of this early American seasonal cookbook, later collected in a single volume. Bradley was the principal of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery. All very good or better in publisher's metal comb bindings, in very attractive boards with a colorful vegetable/kitchen designs. Scarce complete. [not in Cagle]. (Item #2749)
Price: $350.00
The Alice Bradley Menu-Cook-Book. Menus, Marketing Lists and Recipes. [Four volumes] January-February-March, April-May-June, July-August-September, October-November-December. Alice Bradley.
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Desserts, Including Layer Cakes and Pies.
Boston: M. Barrows & Company, 1931. Octavo, 270 pages. First edition, 2nd printing, following the original of the previous year. From the Principal, of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery, and the author of Cooking for Profit, and the Candy Cook Book. This complete dessert cookbook includes sections on ice creams and French pastries. Lacking the dust jacket, but otherwise fine in publisher's gilt-stamped, marble designed green cloth. Inscribed to an... (Item #2170)
Price: $90.00
Desserts, Including Layer Cakes and Pies. Alice Bradley.
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New Orleans Recipes.
New Orleans: Dorothea Thompson, 1966. Small octavo, 86 pages plus index. Later edition (first edition published Waveland, Miss., 1932). Small engravings of local buildings throughout text. In describing the cuisine of New Orleans, the author states, "the cooking here is the grandchild to France, descendant to Spain, cousin to Italy, and also it is full fledged Southern." Over one hundred fifty regional recipes. With red comb binding in light brown... (Item #4731)
Price: $30.00
New Orleans Recipes. Mary Moore Bremer.
57.
The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor, containing a catalogue of Garden and Herb Seed, with Practical Directions under each head, for the cultivation of, Culinary Vegetables and Herbs. With a Calendar, showing the work necessary to be done in a kitchen garden every month throughout the season. Also, directions for forcing or forwarding vegetables out of the ordinary seasons... A New and Improved Edition.
New York: by the author/Edward Walker, 1847. Octavo, 181 pages. Later printing. Hinges shaken, light foxing throughout, otherwise very good, in soiled and edgeworn publisher's printed paper over dark green 1/4 cloth. (Item #2964)
Price: $150.00
The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor, containing a catalogue of Garden and Herb Seed, with Practical Directions under each head, for the cultivation of, Culinary Vegetables and Herbs. With a Calendar, showing the work necessary to be done in a kitchen garden every month throughout the season. Also, directions for forcing or forwarding vegetables out of the ordinary seasons... A New and Improved Edition. Thomas Bridgeman.
58.
Notice to Shippers of Live Stock. On and after Friday next, June 6th, 1862.
Chicago: 1862. Broadside, 25.4 x 20.3 cm. Notice to shippers of an increase of rates for livestock traveling east from Chicago. Rates outlined for destinations of Detroit or Toledo, Buffalo or Suspension Bridge, Pittsburg, and Lake Erie, Buffalo or Dunkirk. On reverse of broadside are calculations in pencil that include "Dunkirk". Small tear and fold-marks, otherwise very good condition. (Item #3261)
Price: $150.00
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The Best-of-All Cook Book.
Chicago: Kingston House, 1960. Thick octavo, 512 pages. Illustrated. First edition. Recipes culled from dozens of the era's best cookbooks. Fine in publisher's grey-backed blue cloth, in a fine dust jacket. (Item #1878)
Price: $90.00
The Best-of-All Cook Book. Florence Brobeck.
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The Vegetable Cook Book. From Trowel to Table.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1939. Octavo, 279 pages. Second printing. An early farm-to-table concept book, from The Browns. Their twelve charming and often useful cookbooks are all the more impressive for having been written in the span of six years. The Browns are also notable for having expanded the concept of a Turducken, adding additional, progressively smaller birds surrounding a single oyster, the whole encased in a peacock. A fine... (Item #1953)
Price: $90.00
The Vegetable Cook Book. From Trowel to Table. Cora Brown, Rose and Bob.
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Culinary Americana: 100 Years of Cookbooks Published in the United States from 1860 through 1960.
New York: Roving Eye Press, 1961. Large octavo, 417 pages. Frontispiece illustration. Bibliography of over 4400 American cookery books. In yellow dust jacket with minor edge wear and spine discoloration. Green boards with some discoloration, otherwise very good. Text clean and crisp. (Item #3414)
Price: $90.00
Culinary Americana: 100 Years of Cookbooks Published in the United States from 1860 through 1960. Eleanor and Bob Brown.
62.
Culinary Americana: 100 Years of Cookbooks Published in the United States from 1860 through 1960.
New York: Roving Eye Press, 1961. Large octavo, 417 pages. Frontispiece illustration. Bibliography of over 4400 American cookery books. In yellow dust jacket with chipping, spine discoloration, and light foxing. Green boards with some discoloration, otherwise very good. (Item #3415)
Price: $75.00
Culinary Americana: 100 Years of Cookbooks Published in the United States from 1860 through 1960. Eleanor and Bob Brown.
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Culinary Americana: 100 Years of Cookbooks Published in the United States from 1860 through 1960.
New York: Roving Eye Press, 1961. Large octavo, 417 pages. Frontispiece illustration. An idiosyncratic bibliography of over 4400 American cookery books. Brown and his family wrote and published an enormous number of cookery books in just a few short years, following years as an editor of little magazines, and a go at avant-garde poetry. Green cloth in very good condition with text clean and crisp. In faded yellow dust jacket... (Item #3517)
Price: $75.00
Culinary Americana: 100 Years of Cookbooks Published in the United States from 1860 through 1960. Eleanor and Bob Brown.
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The Invalid's Tea-Tray.
Boston: James R. Osgood & Co. 1885. Square duodecimo, 67 pages. First edition. Recipes for the ill. Many things pounded into a paste. Attractively typeset, with just one recipe per page. Some light edgewear, generally very good in publisher's chromolithographic decorated boards over burgundy cloth spine. [OCLC locates 16 copies; Axford page 229; Cagle 118; Wheaton & Kelly 925]. (Item #3020)
Price: $120.00
The Invalid's Tea-Tray. Susan Anna Brown.
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Burke's Complete Cocktail and Drinking Recipes. With Recipes for Food Bits for the Cocktail Hour.
New York: Books Inc. 1936. Sextodecimo, 125 pages. Index. Second printing; first was printed in 1934). With over two hundred fifty recipes, Barney Burke outlines classic American cocktails in addition to cocktails of the world and liquor specific sections. Burke also offers advice for appropriate equipment for home mixing, proper glasses, and serving techniques. The "tasty bites" section includes both liquid (Sauerkraut and Clam Juice Cocktail) and solid (Ham-and-Celery Roll)... (Item #5372)
Price: $150.00
Burke's Complete Cocktail and Drinking Recipes. With Recipes for Food Bits for the Cocktail Hour. Harmon Burney Burke, Barney Burke.
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Burke's Complete Cocktail and Drinking Recipes. With Recipes for Food Bits for the Cocktail Hour. The Art and Etiquette of Mixing, Serving and Drinking Wines and Liquors.
New York: Books Inc. 1936. Sextodecimo (17 x 11 cm.), 125, [3] pages. Index. Cover title: Burke's Complete Cocktail and Tastybite Recipes. ~ Second, revised edition, following the first issue of 1934). Barney Burke outlines classic American cocktails with over two hundred fifty recipes. In addition cocktails and liquors of the world are represented. Burke offers advice on appropriate equipment for home mixing, proper glasses, and serving techniques. The "tasty... (Item #6712)
Price: $150.00
Burke's Complete Cocktail and Drinking Recipes. With Recipes for Food Bits for the Cocktail Hour. The Art and Etiquette of Mixing, Serving and Drinking Wines and Liquors. Harmon Burney Burke, Barney Burke.
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Household Receipts : valuable receipts for those who regard economy as well as excellence in the cuisine and toilet. Fourteenth Edition.
Boston: Joseph Burnett & Co. 1893. Duodecimo, 67 pages. Fifteenth edition (wrapper states fourteenth). A promotional cookbook, including advertisements for Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, Burnett's Essence of Jamaica Ginger, and Burnett's Cocoaine. Internally very good, in red, black and blue printed illustrated wrappers, with an unfortunate tape mend to the rear panel, and some wear to spine. Better than good. [OCLC locates three copies of all printings; Brown 1526; not in Cagle]. (Item #3659)
Price: $60.00
Household Receipts : valuable receipts for those who regard economy as well as excellence in the cuisine and toilet. Fourteenth Edition. Burnett, Joseph Co.
68.
Famous Cows Dollar Butter.
[Burlington, Vt.]: Wells, Richardson and Co. [circa 1894]. Stapled booklet (15.6 x 12.7 cm.), unpaginated. A promotional booklet for butter color, the dye used to color butter and butter-simulating products, including margarine. Though variation in butter color was natural, both seasonally and by breed – some breeds produced milk that was yellower (Jerseys for example), and others whiter (Holsteins for example), by the 1880s, use of these dyes was controversial... (Item #6291)
Price: $150.00
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Table Treats : Good things to eat and how to prepare them.
Richmond, Va. C.F. Sauer Company, [circa 1920]. Stapled booklet (22 x 14.5 cm.), 30, [2] pages. Advertisements. Illustrated. = A product cookbook, with recipes which utilize Sauer's brand flavoring extracts. Includes sample summer and winter diets for children 7 - 12 years. There are at least three variations of this title, all appear undated, and have, respectively, 24, 30, and 32 pages. We would assume that the 24 page printing... (Item #5938)
Price: $40.00
Table Treats : Good things to eat and how to prepare them. C F. Sauer Company, Virginia Richmond.
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Prairie Farming in America With Notes by the way on Canada and the United States.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1859. Octavo, vi, 130, [2] pages. Ads. First edition. James Caird (1816-92) was an agriculturalist and member of the British Parliament, author of English Agriculture, Letters on the Corn Crops, High Farming, and The West of Ireland. This volume was the result of a tour he undertook in 1859 through Canada and the American Midwest. Much of the volume is devoted to Illinois, though... (Item #5292)
Price: $350.00
Prairie Farming in America With Notes by the way on Canada and the United States. James Caird.
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Dainty Dessert Dishes. Prepared expressly for the D. Ghiarardelli Co. by Frank Bock, Pastry Chef, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal.
San Francisco: Ghirardelli Chocolate Company, [circa 1900]. Stapled booklet (15 x 12.5 cm.), [16] pages. Illustrated, and printed in halftone throughout, in black, red, and gray. FIRST EDITION. A collection of recipes for chocolate ice cream, cookies, puddings, jumbles, kisses, and more. “Chocolate Bretzles” and “Chocolate Africans” are among the more interesting inclusions. Publisher’s stapled, illustrated and blind-embossed wrappers, with some light edgewear. Otherwise fine. Scarce. [OCLC locates five copies]..... (Item #6830)
Price: $150.00
Dainty Dessert Dishes. Prepared expressly for the D. Ghiarardelli Co. by Frank Bock, Pastry Chef, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. California – Ghirardelli Chocolate Company, Frank Bock, compiler.
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Mayonnaise or Salad Dressing for Salads. [cover title: How to Make Salads].
[Detroit, Mich. Printing Department of Horton-Cato Manufacturing Co. 1895. Stapled booklet (14 x 12 cm.), [16] pages. Illustrated. Photographic portrait of the author. Evident second printing, as OCLC records copies dated 1894. A product cookbook, containing salad recipes made with Horton-Cato's "Royal Salad Dressing." Some ink annotations to the margins, otherwise internally clean and sound. Wrappers, attractively printed in black, red, and yellow, are separated from the text, and split... (Item #5963)
Price: $40.00
Mayonnaise or Salad Dressing for Salads. [cover title: How to Make Salads]. John A. Campbell, Chef; Horton-Cato Manufacturing Co., Mich Detroit.
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Mrs. John G. Carlisle's Kentucky Cook Book, Containing Recipes Never Before Published.
Chicago, [Il.]: F. Tennyson Neely, Publisher, 1893. [Mary Jane Goodson Carlisle]. Octavo (20.5 x 14 cm.), 249 pages. Table of contents. ~ Evident FIRST EDITION. An anthology saluting Kentucky fare, assembled under the guidance of a hostess transplanted from her native Covington to the District of Columbia, and issued just as the great Panic of 1893 paralyzed the American economy at the outset of Grover Cleveland’s second term. With one... (Item #5061)
Price: $200.00
Mrs. John G. Carlisle's Kentucky Cook Book, Containing Recipes Never Before Published. Mrs. John G. Carlisle, Mrs. W. A. Dudley, Mrs. General Crook, Mrs. Walter Q. Gresham.
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The Ritz Carltons.
New York: Macy-Masius, 1927. Small octavo, 157 pages. First edition. With illustrations by Rea Irvin. "A simply swell book about a simply swell American family." An anecdotal history at best, but with great style and charming illustrations. Some rubbing to top edge, otherwise very near fine in cloth backed, gold and white silk-screened purple boards. In a slightly dusty, but otherwise very good dust jacket. (Item #2048)
Price: $100.00
The Ritz Carltons. Ritz Carlton, Filmore Hyde, Rea Irvin.
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The Frugal Housewife, or complete woman cook. Wherein the art of dressing all sorts of viands, with cleanliness, decency and elegance, is explained in five hundred approved recipes... to which are added, various bills of fare, and a proper arrangement of dinners, two courses, for every month in the year.
Philadelphia: Printed by James Carey, 83, N. Second-Street, 1796. Duodecimo (16 x 10 cm.), [xiii], 14-132 pages; three plates; two engravings depicting carving and a third woodcut depicting "Arrangement of a Supper Table". ~ Third American edition, first printing. Carter’s popular English cookbook (circa 1765), became one of the very earliest cookery books printed in the U.S. The American printings preceding this one were: Boston: Edes & Gill of 1772... (Item #6511)
Price: $4,500.00
The Frugal Housewife, or complete woman cook. Wherein the art of dressing all sorts of viands, with cleanliness, decency and elegance, is explained in five hundred approved recipes... to which are added, various bills of fare, and a proper arrangement of dinners, two courses, for every month in the year. Susannah Carter, of Clerkenwell.

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