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Kenya High School Recipe Book.
[Nairobi]: The English Press, Ltd. on behalf of Mrs. Bridella Rose, [1959?]. Octavo, 110 pages. Ads. Illustrated. First Edition. A community cookbook with attributed recipes donated by parents and friends of the Kenya High School. The profits from the cookbook went to the Kenya High School Chapel Fund. Recipes range from Indonesian Ba-Mi and Czechoslovakian Steak to South African Wine Pudding and Auntie May's Shortbread. In addition to recipes and... (Item #3043)
Price: $50.00
Kenya High School Recipe Book. Parents, Friends of the Kenya High School.
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Gourmet Club Dinner Menus. 1964-1965.
Tripoli, Libya: Petroleum Women's Club, 1965. Strap-bound quarto, approximately 70 pages. A collection of menus and recipes sourced from around the world by the very multicultural members of the Petroleum Women's Club or Tripoli. From Irish to Hawaiian, Chinese to Creole, the club endeavored to try it all. "The Gourmet Club was organized in September, 1964 for the purpose of learning to prepare and savor foods from all over the... (Item #2426)
Price: $350.00
Gourmet Club Dinner Menus. 1964-1965. Tripoli Libya Petroleum Women's Club.
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The Black Whale Cook Book. Famous old recipes handed down from mother to daughter. Compiled by Ethel Renouf ; wood cuts by V.C. Wynn-Edwards [and others]; [The Black Whale Cook Book. Fine Old Recipes form the Gaspe Coast, Going Back to Pioneer Days – cover title].
Perce, Gaspe County P.Q.; Montreal: The Black Whale; Gnaedinger Print. Co. 1948. Octavo, 64 pages. Illustrated with woodcuts by V.C. Wynn Edwards, Andre Bieler, and Irene Tuzo, as well as several photographic illustrations. Includes some recipes in French. Evident FIRST EDITION. A community cookbook from the famous handicrafts shop of provincial Quebec, with recipes from Braised Moose to Perdrix au Choux (partridge with cabbage). Many recipes attributed. "This book is... (Item #6216)
Price: $50.00
The Black Whale Cook Book. Famous old recipes handed down from mother to daughter. Compiled by Ethel Renouf ; wood cuts by V.C. Wynn-Edwards [and others]; [The Black Whale Cook Book. Fine Old Recipes form the Gaspe Coast, Going Back to Pioneer Days – cover title]. Ethel Renouf, Percé Handicrafts Guild.
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The Inglenook Cook Book: Twelfth Edition.--Fifty-Second Thousand. Choice Recipes.
Elgin, Ill. Brethren Publishing House, 1908. Small octavo (20 x 13.5 cm.), 212 pages. Illustrated. Photographic frontispiece. Stated twelfth edition (from a print run identified as “Fifty-Second Thousand” based on the first edition). Perpetually in demand during the first decades of the last century, a church cookbook that heralded the redefinition of community occasioned by the ascendancy of mass print media. “This Cook Book originated,” readers learn forthwith, “with the..... (Item #5711)
Price: $40.00
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La Cuisine au Pays du Soleil : 750 recettes recueillies en Afrique noire, à Madagascar et aux Antilles.
Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Éditions Saint-Paul, 1970. Octavo (25 x 16 cm.), 303 pages. Illustrated. Index. Printed throughout on different colored stock. Second edition. Seven years earlier, the Soeurs missionnaires du Saint-Esprit compiled and issued this extensive work with seven hundred fifty recipes on the cooking of Sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar, and the Antilles. Any trace of the sisters' involvement has been dropped from this second edition. One leaf crumpled but whole; small... (Item #6663)
Price: $100.00
La Cuisine au Pays du Soleil : 750 recettes recueillies en Afrique noire, à Madagascar et aux Antilles. Soeurs missionnaires du Saint-Esprit, Hauts-de-Seine Boulogne-Billancourt.
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Honor Among Cooks.
Glen Gardner, NJ: Currant House, 1948. Octavo, 178 pages. Spiral bound. Title page illustrated by John Harnell; text illustrations by Flosette Bayne, Betty Burckmyer, Page Chapman, Tassie Treman and Winifred Woodward. First edition. This is an everyday cookbook, with a sprinkling of party recipes. It is replete with suggestions for using what is already on hand, with the greatest economy of time and materials compatible with pride in delicious results... (Item #3044)
Price: $30.00
Honor Among Cooks. Mary B. Spahr.
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Famous Recipes By Famous People. Compiled and edited by Herbert Cerwin. Illustrated by Sinclair Ross.
San Francisco, Calif. Lane Publishing Co.; Published by Sunset Magazine in Cooperation with Hotel Del Monte, 1940. Large octavo, 62 pages. Index. Illustrated; printed throughout in black and pale brown. Second edition, originally published under the slightly different title, Famous Recipes of Famous People, and issued by the Hotel del Monte without Sunset Magazine in 1936. A compilation of celebrity recipes, with the recipes attributed to the famous including: Gertrude... (Item #5824)
Price: $120.00
Famous Recipes By Famous People. Compiled and edited by Herbert Cerwin. Illustrated by Sinclair Ross. Sunset Magazine in Cooperation with Hotel Del Monte, Herbert Cerwin, compiler and, Robinson Jeffers John Steinbeck, Rube Goldberg, Sinclair Lewis, Sherwood Anderson, William Beebe, Gertrude Stein, Disney, Walt, Edgar Rice Burroughs, H. L. Mencken, Zane Grey.
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True and Tried Recipes Contributed by the Ladies of Rowley Massacusetts. The Rowley Cook Book.
Rowley, MA: Historical Society for the benefit of restoring the Platts-Bradstreet House, 1922. Duodecimo, 64 pages. First edition. A small New England charity cookbook, with good sections on cakes, cookies, ginger breads and doughnuts as well as pickles. In black printed brown paper wrappers. Very near fine. [Worldcat locates 4 copies only]. (Item #2290)
Price: $40.00
True and Tried Recipes Contributed by the Ladies of Rowley Massacusetts. The Rowley Cook Book. The Ladies of Rowley Massachusetts.
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A Book of Recipes. Collected by The Ladies Charitable Association, Amherst, New Hampshire.
Amherst, New Hampshire: The Ladies' Charitable Association, [1916]. Octavo, unpaginated [50 pages]. An attractive community cookbook, with most recipes attributed. With sections on candies, pickles and preserves, sauces, soups, and much more. In publisher's illustrated wrappers. Slight bit of water staining to front panel, otherwise near fine. [OCLC shows three copies only: Harvard, Michigan and Kansas State]. (Item #2201)
Price: $150.00
A Book of Recipes. Collected by The Ladies Charitable Association, Amherst, New Hampshire. Amherst The Ladies' Charitable Association, New Hampshire.
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Pilgrim Church Cook Book. Compiled by the Women of the Pilgrim Congregational Church, Rev. Ernest Bourner Allen, D.D., Minister.
Oak Park, Illinois: Lake and Scoville, 1927. Octavo, 160 pages. First edition. A handsome community cookbook from Oak Park, Illinois, with the names of the suppliers of most recipes indicated. In blue cloth ruled and lettered in black. Very good. (Item #1918)
Price: $75.00
Pilgrim Church Cook Book. Compiled by the Women of the Pilgrim Congregational Church, Rev. Ernest Bourner Allen, D.D., Minister. The Women of the Pilgrim Congregational Church.
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Practical Housekeeping: a Careful Compilation of Tried and Approved Recipes. Two Hundredth Thousand.
Minneapolis, Minn: Buckeye Publishing Company, 1884. Thick octavo (21 x 16 cm.), 688, [2] pages. Index. Illustrated with in-text engravings throughout and frontispiece. Publisher’s advertisements. All edges red. Stated "Two hundredth thousand". The copyright page indicates that this "book is a revised and enlarged edition of Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping." In its origins a community cookbook, as well as a voluminous housekeeping reference, with a convoluted bibliographic history. The... (Item #6975)
Price: $200.00
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Rules for Good Living. Published by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, New London, Conn. January, 1894.
New London, Conn. [Woman's Christian Temperance Union of New London, Conn.]; Morning Telegraph Print. 1894. Squarish book, stapled in cloth-backed stiff boards (19 x 17 cm.), [1-14], 61 pages. Advertisements. Separate indices for Advertisers, Authors, and Recipes. Evident FIRST EDITION. A dual purpose set of "rules" composed of unattributed recipes for breads, cakes, cookies, etc, candies and ice cream, dessert, eggs, miscellaneous helps, preserving and pickling, salads, soups and meats... (Item #6433)
Price: $300.00
Rules for Good Living. Published by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, New London, Conn. January, 1894. Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Conn New London.
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The New Cook Book, Compiled by... May be Obtained at the Stranger's Hospital Rua General Monteiro, 8, Telephone 26-9550.
Rio de Janiero: Women's Auxiliary to the Stranger's Hospital, 1949. Large octavo, 352, [4] pages. Illustrated. Second edition, following the first of 1949. Text in English and Portuguese on facing pages. An international expat charity cookbook with mostly Anglo recipes. Accompanied by a large selection of ads placed by multinationals including Shell and Mobil, Coca Cola, Sears and others. Illustrated with whole animal butchering charts, one with printed glassine overlay... (Item #2755)
Price: $90.00
The New Cook Book, Compiled by... May be Obtained at the Stranger's Hospital Rua General Monteiro, 8, Telephone 26-9550. Women's Auxiliary to the Stranger's Hospital, Brasil Rio de Janiero.
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The Green Mountain White Ribbon Cook Book, Especially adapted to Young House Keepers and Busy Women. Containing Choice Gleanings from Many Households.
Jericho, Vermont: Published by the Women's Christian Temperance Union of Vermont/Roscoe Printing House, [1895]. [Small octavo, 74 + 2 pages, with ads. First edition. The date and priority is indicated by Cook, who dates the first edition as 1895 (the second is 1906), and that this earlier printing was printed by the Roscoe Printing House in Jericho, VT, which this copy is. This small temperance cookbook contains recipes specifically thought... (Item #3928)
Price: $250.00
The Green Mountain White Ribbon Cook Book, Especially adapted to Young House Keepers and Busy Women. Containing Choice Gleanings from Many Households. Women's Christian Temperance Union of Vermont.

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