London: Associate Newspapers, Ltd., 1920.
Octavo, 200 pages plus advertisements. Mrs. Peel, formerly Co-Director of Woman's Service, Ministry of Food and Director of the "Daily Mail" newspaper Domestic Bureau, presents an indexed recipe book with processes, procedures, and household tips. The "Daily Mail" Cookery Book is the outcome of the "Daily Mail" Food Bureau, which in one year issued to its readers 268,289 recipes. In her introduction, Mrs. Peel cites the resourcefulness needed during the "Great War" and how it has resulted in a nation of better and more resourceful cooks. Green boards with slight discoloration, otherwise good copy.