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.....
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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1898. Octavo, 240 pages. With 2 large folding color maps. First edition. Previous owner's ink stamp to endpapers and to versos of maps. A thorough overview of the beet-sugar industry, with reports from various agricultural stations, and details on the regional status of beet farming and processing. Some staining to front panel of blue cloth-covered boards. Otherwise very good or better.
Washington D.C. Goverment Printing Office, 1927. Octavo, 86 pages. First edition. A collection of some of the most popular recipes from the radio show, "Housekeeper's Chat," a USDA program that ran from October 1926, through June, 1927. Some light soiling throughout, but still generally very good. In publisher's printed green wrappers. [not in Cagle].