The Institute Cook Book: Planned for a Family of Four, Economical recipes designed to meet the needs of the modern housekeeper, including chapters on entertaining, paper-bag cookery, casserole cookery, fireless cookery, chafing-dish cookery, meat substitutes, with supplementary chapters on food economy and war-time recipes prepared in co-operation with the United States Food Administration.

Springfield, MA: E. A. Merriam, 1913.

Octavo, iv, 506, [1] pages. Halftone black and white and colored plates throughout. First edition. Also published under titles, including the Winston Cook Book; The Universal Cook Book, and the White Ribbon Cook Book. Some age-toning throughout; publisher's brown-decorated patterned cloth with some rubbing and a bit of offsetting to front board, otherwise very good. [Bitting, page 105, different printing; not in Cagle].

Price: $40.00

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