The New York Cook-Book, Being the Art of Cooking in a Palatable, Digestible, and Economical Manner. With Instructions in Carving and Arranging the Table for Dinners, Parties, Etc.

New York: G.W. Carleton & Co., Publishers, 1880.

Thick octavo, 337, 57, [15] pages. First edition. The final 57 pages is a reprint of The New Family Receipt Book, containing household and medical recipes. Closed tear to pages 119-120, some medium foxing, Some tiny paint flecks and scuffing to covers of gilt- and black decorated green cloth. Spine partially discolored (rubbed?), and with the author's name misspelled "Aster". Previous owner's name and price to front fly in a juvenile hand. Scarce. [OCLC locates six copies; Bitting page 18; not in Cagle].

Price: $180.00

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