Elgin, Ill. Published by S.L. Taylor, 1880.
Small octavo (16.5 x 12.4 cm.), 160 pages. Table of contents. Second printing, originally issued in 1877. A cookbook offered as a promotional item from The Chicago Daily Tribune. Recipes are in narrative format, attributed and often including contributors' locations. There is a wide array of recipes and household hints including eleven recipes for making coffee and a remedy for exterminating lice on canaries, and for breeding canaries: "The 14th of February is the proper time to place the male and female in the same cage." Some lightly soiling to text block. Publisher's black-titled green cloth. Near very good. Ownership inscription to free front endpaper. [OCLC locates two copies of this printing; Bitting, page 563 (later edition); not in Cagle].