[Chicago]: Wilcox & Follett Co., Publishers, 1943.
Octavo (22 x 16 cm.), vii, , 131 pages. Table of contents. Illustrated with b&w photographs and line drawings. FIRST EDITION. A book of wartime kitchen advice, with a focus on vegetables. "Every homemaker is feeling the pinch of food rationing and restriction of wartime food scarcities... Food Planing for Victory contains information on Kitchen Strategy to the homemaker who prepares the menus and is responsible for buying, combining, and preparing the family meals. It shows, exactly what to do and how to do it" (from the dust jacket). Includes menus, instructions on preserving, advice on keeping costs down, and recipes. In publisher's red cloth decoratively printed in tan; some light rubbing to edges. In price-clipped dust jacket, color decorated. Some wear to edges, otherwise very good.