What Shall We Eat? A Manual for Housekeepers. Comprising a Bill of Fare for Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea, for Every Day of the Year. With an Appendix, containing recipes for pickles and sauces.
New York: G.P. Putnam & Son, 661 Broadway, 1868.
Octavo, 134 pages,  ads (variously paginated). First edition. A special forward on breakfast, includes the following: "A breakfast should be as carefully composed as a dinner. Secure by art what is due to the dignity of the meal, and give it its true position." Some soiling throughout; hinged a bit shaken; in publisher's blank-ruled and gilt-titled brown cloth. Cloth is edgeworn and dampstained. [OCLC locates thirty-six copies; Bitting 618; Brown 2369a; Cagle 808].
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