New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883.
Small octavo, 276,  pages. Ads. First edition. Recipes for blanc mange, picnic dishes, griddle cakes, and more, interspersed with "Familiar Talks" on subjects from country-boarding to flies and dish-washing, written by noted novelist and cookbook author, Marion Harland, pen name of Virginia Terhune. In blind-stamped and red and black decorated brown cloth. Cover bumped, rubbed, and slightly frayed. Internally age-toned throughout. Generally good plus. [OCLC locates twenty-six copies; Bitting 214; not in Cagle].