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Pure Food Products Heinz 57 Varieties Estd 1869 [Label].
[early 20th century]. Circle label, 28 cm. Beautiful Heinz pickle label. Heinz opened a pickle factory in Holland, Michigan in 1897, still operational today, it is the largest such factory in the world. Near fine. (Item #3641)
Price: $35.00
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Mt. Lebanon to Vermont; Autobiography of George Haddad : taken down by his daughter Emily Marie Haddad, with the assistance of Bernice Rachel Tuttle; with an introduction by John Abner Mead.
Rutland, Vt. The Tuttle Co. 1916. Octavo, 187 pages. Illustrated. First edition. Recorded by his daughter Emily Marie Haddad, with the assistance of Bernice Rachel Tuttle; with an introduction by John Abner Mead. While much of the book is the autobiography, the final thirty-five pages are given over to Syrian recipes, supplied by Mrs. George Haddad. One of the earliest – if not the earliest –appearance of Middle Eastern recipes... (Item #5307)
Price: $350.00
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Mt. Lebanon to Vermont; Autobiography of George Haddad : taken down by his daughter Emily Marie Haddad, with the assistance of Bernice Rachel Tuttle; with an introduction by John Abner Mead.
Rutland, Vt. The Tuttle Co. 1916. Octavo, 187 pages. Illustrated. First edition. Recorded by his daughter Emily Marie Haddad, with the assistance of Bernice Rachel Tuttle; with an introduction by John Abner Mead. While much of the book is the autobiography, the final thirty-five pages are given over to Syrian recipes, supplied by Mrs. George Haddad. One of the earliest – if not the earliest –appearance of Middle Eastern recipes... (Item #5315)
Price: $350.00
Mt. Lebanon to Vermont; Autobiography of George Haddad : taken down by his daughter Emily Marie Haddad, with the assistance of Bernice Rachel Tuttle; with an introduction by John Abner Mead. George Haddad, Emily Marie Haddad.
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Modern Domestic Cookery, And useful Receipt Book, adapted for Families in the Middling and Gentel Ranks of Life, with a Complete Family Physician. Instructions for Making British Wines, Brewing, Baking, &c.,&c.
London: Dean & Munday, 1820. Duodecimo, iv + 288 pages. Illustrated frontispiece and four engraved plates. Third edition, probable second printing. The book sports two title pages, one dated 1819 and one 1820, which leads us to presume that the printer just added the 1820 title page without removing the former. A fairly popular work that Oxford indicates had at least nine editions. Includes some interesting medical remedies, including this... (Item #2189)
Price: $350.00
Modern Domestic Cookery, And useful Receipt Book, adapted for Families in the Middling and Gentel Ranks of Life, with a Complete Family Physician. Instructions for Making British Wines, Brewing, Baking, &c.,&c. Elizabeth Hammond.
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Mrs. Ericsson Hammond's Salad Appetizer Cook Book.
New York: Mrs. Ericsson Hammond, 1924. Octavo (21 x 14.5 cm.), [viii]196 pages. Illustrated, with a frontispiece portrait of the author, an image of a cooking class, and numerous depictions of plated dishes. Detailed index. Menus. Cover subtitle: "First Supplement to The Swedish French American Cook Book". ~ Evident FIRST EDITION. A salad and appetizer cookbook, from the author of The Swedish French American Cook Book. Mrs. Hammond was the... (Item #6641)
Price: $45.00
Mrs. Ericsson Hammond's Salad Appetizer Cook Book. Mrs. Ericsson Hammond, Maria Mathilda Ericsson Hammond.
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Kitchen Prelude. (Mes Metiers).
London: Constable & Co. Ltd. 1932. Thick octavo, 309 pages. First English language edition. Translated by Dorothy Bolton. A memoir of the youthful years spent working in commercial kitchens, by this prominent French author. Hamp describes working in kitchens in both the U.K. and France. Put this on the shelf with other back-of-the-house masterworks like George Orwell's Down and Out in Paris and London, Nicholas Freeling's The Kitchen Book, and... (Item #5538)
Price: $350.00
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It Pays Every Time To have nice bright shiny Fixtures [...]
New York: F.H. Melville, Manufacturers' Agent, circa 1880. Handbill, 14.3 x 8.25 cm. Printed recto only. Illustrated advertisement for Spring Brass Coffee and Spice Scoops. “They make goods show up to a good advantage”. With size options, and price list. Offered by F.H. Melville, a New York manufacturers’ agent. Fine. (Item #3292)
Price: $35.00
It Pays Every Time To have nice bright shiny Fixtures [...]. Handbill - Coffee Scoops, F. H. Melville.
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The New Candy Department.
Alexandria, VA: C.C. Sartgis & Bro. printers, circa 1900. Printed handbill, 32.3 x 21.5 cm. Illustrated advertisement for the candy department of F.S. Harper, a Virginia wholesale grocery business. An assortment is offered here of over twenty varieties of sweets, plus a facsimile assortment for window display. Some creases, otherwise very good. (Item #3685)
Price: $75.00
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The Matchless Sifter, Colander & Strainer Combined...
Philadelphia: circa 1879. Printed handbill, 19.3 x 11 cm. Illustrated advertisement for a combined sifter, colander, and strainer of tin and tinned wire. “Universally approved [...] as the best out”, it is presented here for sale, wholesale, and retail by Craft, Conrow & Co. née Edwin Craft and Company, Philadelphia dealers of hardware, tools, bell-hangers’ supplies, and house-furnishing goods. “Craft, Conrow & Co.” is stamped in blue ink across the..... (Item #3683)
Price: $75.00
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Our Leader. 318 Pieces of Patent Bottom Fire-Proof Tin Ware. To Retail at 10 cts. Each...
Baltimore: circa 1890. Printed handbill, 30.5 x 20.7 cm Illustrated by J.D. Ehlers Co. engravers of Baltimore. Wholesalers J. Henry Reip & Co. offer here three hundred-eighteen pieces of kitchen tinware for profitable resale. Pans, dish kettles, coffee pots, strainer buckets, mountain cake pans, oil cans and more that, “will retail if sold in regular way, $45.90, giving you a net profit of $20.90 on the case or $6.18 clear... (Item #3684)
Price: $150.00
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W.T. & Co. "Silent" Milk Shake. Absolutely Noiseless, Very Easy to Operate, Low in Price.
New York /Philadelphia/Boston: Whitall, Tatum & Co. Circa 1880. Broadside (21.6 x 14 cm.). Illustrated handbill for a "Silent" Milk Shake machine. Description, dimensions, and price listed as well as locations of Whitall, Tatum & Co. locations in New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. W.T. & Co. sold goods equipment and goods for pharmacies and druggists, issuing lists and catalogues from 1874 through 1899. Fold creases, otherwise fine condition. [Romaine lists... (Item #3287)
Price: $90.00
W.T. & Co. "Silent" Milk Shake. Absolutely Noiseless, Very Easy to Operate, Low in Price. Handbill – Milkshakes, Tatum & Co. Whitall.
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Directions for preserving fruit in Squire's Patent Fruit Jar.
New York: [printed by] A. Penfield, [circa 1865]. Unfolded booklet (13 x 22.5 cm.), [6] pages (if folded). John B. Barlett’s business was located at 69 Murray Street, New York, where he distributed the Squire’s Patent Fruit Jar. “The GREAT SECRET in preserving fruit lies in thoroughly expelling the oxygen, and safely sealing therefrom". The Squire’s Jars used a combination rubber band and cork to achieve this. The cover illustration..... (Item #6273)
Price: $100.00
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What We Cook on Cape Cod.
Sandwich, MA: Shawme Press, Inc. 1916. Octavo, 73 pages. Second printing, revised and enlarged. Illustrated with delightful line drawings of a clambake, dunes, farmhouses, etc. Originally printed in 1911. With a foreword in poem form by Joseph C. Lincoln of Harwichport. Recipes include: macaroni and clams, oyster curry, old fashioned spider corn cake, doughnuts (much talk here about doughnuts!), tomato marmalade, and "sea foam." Some offsetting to endpapers, and an... (Item #1850)
Price: $200.00
What We Cook on Cape Cod. Amy L. Handy.
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The Cottage Kitchen: A Collection of Practical and Inexpensive Receipts.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883. Small octavo, 276, [4] pages. Ads. First edition. Recipes for blanc mange, picnic dishes, griddle cakes, and more, interspersed with "Familiar Talks" on subjects from country-boarding to flies and dish-washing, written by noted novelist and cookbook author, Marion Harland, pen name of Virginia Terhune. In blind-stamped and red and black decorated brown cloth. Cover bumped, rubbed, and slightly frayed. Internally age-toned throughout. Generally good... (Item #5223)
Price: $120.00
The Cottage Kitchen: A Collection of Practical and Inexpensive Receipts. Marion Harland.
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Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea.
New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Co. 1875. Octavo, 459, [2] pages. Advertisements. FIRST EDITION. The second in the author's "Common Sense in the Household" series. Marion Harland was the pen name of Mary Virginia Terhune, a Virginia born novelist and author of non-fiction, mostly for women. She wrote a number of cookbooks and domestic works, and was the first woman elected to the Virginia Historical Society. Her daughter, Christine Terhune... (Item #6547)
Price: $60.00
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The Dinner Year-Book.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1878]. Octavo, 713 pages. With six chromolithograph plates tipped-in. FIRST EDITION. Menus for every day of the year with recipes for each. Harland (pseudonym of Mary Virginia Terhune) attempts "To accomplish an agreeable variety in the family bill of fare." Her list of goals is long, but includes: "to build fragments into a structure about which should linger no flavor or staleness or sameness; so... (Item #3103)
Price: $60.00
The Dinner Year-Book. Marion Harland, Mary Virginia Terhune.
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Marion Harland's Cook Book of Tried and Tested Recipes, Containing...
Baltimore, MD: I. & M. Ottenheimer, Publishers/Crawford & Co. 1907. Octavo, 156, [4] pages. Later, Baltimore printing. One of the many cookbooks from the prolific author who wrote under the pseudonym Marion Harland. Some flyspecking to rear end papers, otherwise very good, lightly edgeworn but presentable in an illustrated white oilcloth binding. [OCLC locates ten copies of this printing; not in Cagle]. (Item #4484)
Price: $120.00
Marion Harland's Cook Book of Tried and Tested Recipes, Containing. Marion Harland, Mary Virginia Terhune.
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Universal Recipe Book, Containing Recipes Valuable to Every Tradesman,Artist, Merchant and Lady. Also, Many New And Highly Valuable Recipes Never Before Published, Some of Which have been Sold as High as One Thousand Dollars and Upwards.
Boston: Geo. B. Oakes & Company, 1869. Octavo, 292 pages. First edition. A medium-sized compendium of useful household recipes, some for cookery, but most not. Includes many recipes for tinctures, herbal essences, pickles, ketchups, other preserves, hair tonics, roof patches and more, my favorite being "To Make Artificial Volcanoes." Some light foxing throughout, otherwise very good, in publisher's gilt-stamped light brown cloth, with some rubbing and corner bumps, but still... (Item #4634)
Price: $200.00
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An Uncatered Affair. Cooking for Friends
Chicago: by the author/printed at the Stinehour Press, 2004. Octavo, 145 pages. First edition. Privately printed cookbook. Fine copy in gilt-stamped red cloth. No dust jacket, as issued. (Item #2952)
Price: $60.00
An Uncatered Affair. Cooking for Friends. Joan Harris.
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The Raw and the Cooked.
New York: Dim Gray Bar Press, 1992. Octavo, 29, [4] pages. Illustrated. First, limited edition. Number 36 of 100 signed and numbered copies (there were also 26 lettered copies). Three essays on food which originally appeared in the pages of Esquire, and which were included in the much expanded trade collection of essays under the same name. Three quarter pink paper over boards, quarter-bound in bright red cloth with titles stamped in gilt on spine. Fine. (Item #3090)
Price: $400.00
The Raw and the Cooked. Jim Harrison.
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Mary Harrison's Guide to Modern Cookery. With a preface by the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. New Edition.
London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company, n.d. c. 1890s. Octavo, 484 +viii [ads]. Later printing of the original 1891 first edition. Undated but prior to 1900, according to Driver. In original glit-titled blue cloth, with red morocco spine professionally rebacked. Endpapers repaired at hinges, likely when the book was rebacked, otherwise internally clean and tight, and overall very good. [not in Cagle; Driver 476.2; Bitting page 216 (later edition)]. (Item #2668)
Price: $150.00
Mary Harrison's Guide to Modern Cookery. With a preface by the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. New Edition. Mary Harrison.
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Kaffee-und Tee-Gesellschaften Rezepte Band 1 + Menus.
Stuttgart: Decker & Hardt, 1906. Quarto, unpaginated. Volume 1 only. First edition. All pages printed in green and brown, Fifty menus, each with a facing illustration. Pages printed on versos only. Bound in green, red and gilt stamped boards, all edges green. Some bumping to head and foot of spine, otherwise very good. (Item #1917)
Price: $100.00
Kaffee-und Tee-Gesellschaften Rezepte Band 1 + Menus. Friedrich Hartmann.
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The Mint Julep.
Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1975. Small octavo, 54 pages. First trade edition, wrappered issue, following the privately printed edition issued by the Beehive Press. Harwell's elegant volume provides a delightful foray into the ceremonial, traditional, and regional history of the Old South's favorite drink. Taking the reader through several oft-debated recipes for creating the perfect julep, Harwell unveils the elusive history behind the drink, from its highly contested origin... (Item #2557)
Price: $30.00
The Mint Julep. Richard Barksdale Harwell.
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The Mint Julep.
Savannah: The Beehive Press, 1975. Small octavo (21 x 13 cm.), 59, [1] pages. FIRST EDITION, limited to 300 copies, one hundred for the author and two hundred for the publisher. Harwell's elegant volume provides a delightful foray into the ceremonial, traditional, and regional history of the Old South's favorite drink. Taking the reader through several oft-debated recipes for creating the perfect julep, Harwell unveils the elusive history behind the... (Item #6516)
Price: $90.00
The Mint Julep. Richard Barksdale Harwell.
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The Mint Julep.
Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1975. Small octavo, 54 pages. First trade edition, wrappered issue, following the privately printed edition issued by the Beehive Press. Harwell's elegant volume provides a delightful foray into the ceremonial, traditional, and regional history of the Old South's favorite drink. Taking the reader through several oft-debated recipes for creating the perfect julep, Harwell unveils the elusive history behind the drink, from its highly contested origin... (Item #6809)
Price: $35.00


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