Boston: Dana Estes and Co., 1900.
Octavo, 405 pages. First edition, later printing. Originally issued in 1893. While many of the author's earlier books included both economical and "rich" dishes, often clearly demarcated, this book collects solely the economical recipes. Some light age toning and rubbing to the publisher's black and silver decorated gray cloth, otherwise very good or better. With the bookplate of the Sontheimer Foundation. Carl Sontheimer was the founder of Cuisinart and a collector of culinary books. His collection resides at the Schlesinger Library. inscribed by the author on the free front endpaper, "Miss Darling, with the Compliments of Maria Parloa". [Bitting 357; Brown 1543; Cagle 496 (all the first or other earlier printings)].