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The Food Queston. Health and Economy.
Mountain View California: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1925. Octavo, 112 pages. Second edition, somewhat expanded from the first edition of 1917. A layman's introduction to nutrition and dietary health, from the publishing house of the Seventh Day Adventists. With various charts, graphs and menus for specific ailments. Very good in publisher's illustrated, stapled wrappers. (Item #2983)
Price: $35.00
The Food Queston. Health and Economy.
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The Memorial Cook Book, Comprising Tested Receipts by the Ladies of Rockland, Mass.
Rockland, MA: Osborne & Barry, Steam Printers, 1888. Small octavo, 111 pages. First edition. Community cookbook with all recipes attributed. In maroon textured wrappers with gilt titles. Minute edgewear and crease to rear wrapper, otherwise fine. [OCLC locates two copies, at Harvard and Old Colony Library Network in MA; not in Bitting or Cagle]. (Item #4045)
Price: $200.00
The Memorial Cook Book, Comprising Tested Receipts by the Ladies of Rockland, Mass.
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The Needham Cook Book. compiled and edited by a committee from the Evangelical Congregational Church, Needham, Mass.
Boston: Colonial Co. Printers, 1903. Octavo, [21], 26-182, [14] pages. Ads. First edition. A church cookbook, with attributed recipes, local ads throughout, and photographic illustrations of Needham landmarks. Blank pages for recipes to be added have been used, with manuscript recipes of early owners and newspaper clippings pasted-in. Hinges shaken, some light soiling. Moderate edgwear to the black-printed white oil cloth binding. Good or better. [OCLC locates three copies; Cook... (Item #4014)
Price: $100.00
The Needham Cook Book. compiled and edited by a committee from the Evangelical Congregational Church, Needham, Mass.
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Eskimo Cook Book. Prepared By Students of the Shishmaref Day School, Shishmaref, Alaska.
Anchorage: Alaska Crippled Children's Association, [circa 1952]. Duodecimo-size, stapled booklet (13.25 x 10.5 cm.), [ii], 1-36, [ii] pages. Illustrated. Table of contents. Title from cover. Publisher from page [i] and date of publication from page [ii]. ~ Second printing. Now with changes in pagination; the “Consent to Print” is on the verso of the title page, and the rear contains an order form and advertisements for additional items for sale... (Item #5333)
Price: $60.00
Eskimo Cook Book. Prepared By Students of the Shishmaref Day School, Shishmaref, Alaska. Students of the Shishmaref Day School Alaska Crippled Children's Association, Isabelle B. Bingham.
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AWCT Cook Book. 1973.
Tunis: Imprimerie Besbes, 1973. Small quarto, 134 pages. Second edition, but nearly an entirely new book, with some recipes from the 1967 book issued by the same organization. This one also includes some recipes drawn from the Peace Corps Cook Book. The attributed recipes represent the sort of Anglo-oriented cooking one might expect in an international women's club, 'Beef Stroganoff', 'Mushroom's Florentine', etc. Near fine in decorated wrappers, with a.... (Item #2779)
Price: $100.00
AWCT Cook Book. 1973. American Women's Club of Tunisia, Barbara Gretzinger.
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American-Hindi Cook Book. Compiled for the American Women's Club, New Delhi.
New Delhi, Supreme Press, 1956. Large octavo (23 x 18 cm.), 154 pages. Index. Text throughout in Hindi and English. First edition. A charitable community cookbook, issued by the American Women's Club of New Delhi. A preliminary leaf states, "All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the welfare fund of the American Women's Club of New Delhi to be used for Indian Welfare". Recipes represent both... (Item #5811)
Price: $150.00
American-Hindi Cook Book. Compiled for the American Women's Club, New Delhi. New Delhi American Women's Club, Faye M. Sollid, compiler.
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Fashions in Foods in Beverley Hills. [cover title]; One Feast, One House, One Mutual Happiness.Compiled by The Book Section, Beverly Hills Woman's Club.
Beverly Hills, California: Printed in Beverly Hills by the Beverly Hills Citizen, 1929. Cover design and titles by Vivian V. Robeson. Foreword by Will Rogers. Octavo (21 x 15.5 cm.), [xiv], 189 pages. Ads. Illustrated title page. Includes table of contents and indexes. Evident FIRST EDITION. Some starry names accompany a fair number of the six hundred recipes of this community cookbook, among the celebrities: Ina Claire, Joan Crawford, Mildred... (Item #5195)
Price: $120.00
Fashions in Foods in Beverley Hills. [cover title]; One Feast, One House, One Mutual Happiness.Compiled by The Book Section, Beverly Hills Woman's Club. Beverly Hills Woman's Club. Book Section.
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New Orleans Recipes.
New Orleans: Dorothea Thompson, 1966. Small octavo, 86 pages plus index. Later edition (first edition published Waveland, Miss., 1932). Small engravings of local buildings throughout text. In describing the cuisine of New Orleans, the author states, "the cooking here is the grandchild to France, descendant to Spain, cousin to Italy, and also it is full fledged Southern." Over one hundred fifty regional recipes. With red comb binding in light brown... (Item #4731)
Price: $30.00
New Orleans Recipes. Mary Moore Bremer.
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A Book of Recipes. Second and Improved edition, compiled by the Womans Guild of Christ Church Cathedral.
Lexington, Kentucky: [The Church; Printed by] Press of James M. Byrnes Co. 1926. Octavo (21 x 14.75 cm.), 122 pages. Advertisements. “Index” is actually a table of contents. ~ Stated “second and improved edition.” A church cookbook from the heart of the Bluegrass interior, with three hundred fifty recipes, a few of them attributed. Among those of more than passing interest: Kentucky Spoon Bread, Currant Loaf, Gritts Muffins, Buckwheat Cakes... (Item #6072)
Price: $120.00
A Book of Recipes. Second and Improved edition, compiled by the Womans Guild of Christ Church Cathedral. Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral ; Womans Guild, Ky. Lexington.
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The Church Cook Book: Published for the Benefit of Church Work and Charity.
Baltimore, U. S. A. Williams & Wilkins Company, 1908. Octavo (19.75 x 14 cm.), 180 pages. Index. Illustrated. First edition. A broad reference with generalized instructions ("Directions for making mush and gruels") but also with quick entries, in some cases a single sentence ("Hominy. To 1 quart of large hominy add 1 gallon of water, 1 cup of beans, a little salt, and boil it all day, slowly"). ~ Four... (Item #5572)
Price: $90.00
The Church Cook Book: Published for the Benefit of Church Work and Charity. Eleanor Phillips Passano, Williams & Wilkins Company.
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Choice Recipes. [Compiled by the] Women's Society, First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Colorado Springs: [The church, between 1931 and 1933]. Octavo (20 x 14 cm.), 84 pages. Ads. "Index" is actually a table of contents. Cover title. Publication date surmised from advertisements for Swans Down Flour and Walter Baker Chocolate (both 1931) and Ball Brothers Jars (item depicted 1933). First edition. A somewhat rustic memento of a trying time in El Paso County, from a congregation that was already forming before the... (Item #5148)
Price: $45.00
Choice Recipes. [Compiled by the] Women's Society, First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs, Colorado. First Presbyterian Church . Women's Society, Colo Colorado Springs.
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Choice Recipes. [Compiled by the] Women's Society, First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Colorado Springs, Colo. [The Church, between 1931 and 1933]. Octavo (20 x 14 cm), 84 pages. Advertisements. “Index” is actually a table of contents. Title from cover. Date of publication determined from external evidence. ~ Evident first edition. An attractive if modest church cookbook from El Paso County, from a congregation that had formed – in 1872 – before the name Colorado Springs became attached to it. More than five... (Item #5746)
Price: $75.00
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Choice Recipes. Arranged by the Ladies of Grace Church, Stafford Springs, Conn.
Stafford Springs: The Press Job Print, 1902. Duodecimo (15.5 x 13 cm.), 106 pages. Ads. Cover title: Grace Church Recipes. Advertisements interspersed. First edition. A Connecticut church cookbook with one hundred fifty recipes, most of them attributed. There is an emphasis on meat and fish dishes somewhat unusual for the time; among them: Swedish Baked Fish, Potted Shad, Pressed Chicken, Beefsteak Pie, Stewed Liver, Glazed Sweetbreads. But not to despair... (Item #5411)
Price: $250.00
Choice Recipes. Arranged by the Ladies of Grace Church, Stafford Springs, Conn. Grace Episcopal Church . Ladies of the Church, Conn Stafford Springs.
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The New Home Cook Book. 1923. With Oven Cooking Guide for Wood-Fire, Gas and Electricity; Record of Results; Time Table for Cooking and Other Tables. Prepared by a Ladies Club in a friendly rivalry for the very best there is in tested recipes.
Springfield, Illinois: Published by Illinois State Register, 1923. Octavo (19.75 x 13.5 cm.), 128 pages. Index. Title from cover. Stated revised (thus evident second) edition. A community cookbook that would appear annually under the imprint of the Illinois State Register – between 1922 and 1926, and identified from 1923 as “Latest Revised Edition” – compiled by a Ladies Club of undeclared affiliation. With five hundred unattributed recipes; standards, for the... (Item #5089)
Price: $50.00
The New Home Cook Book. 1923. With Oven Cooking Guide for Wood-Fire, Gas and Electricity; Record of Results; Time Table for Cooking and Other Tables. Prepared by a Ladies Club in a friendly rivalry for the very best there is in tested recipes. Illinois State Register, Ill. : 1891 Springfield.
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The New Home Cook Book. 1923. With Oven Cooking Guide for Wood-Fire, Gas and Electricity; Record of Results; Time Table for Cooking and Other Tables. Prepared by a Ladies Club in a friendly rivalry for the very best there is in tested recipes.
Springfield, Illinois: Published by Illinois State Register, 1923. Octavo (19.75 x 13.5 cm.), 128 pages. Index. Title from cover. Stated revised (thus evident second) edition. A community cookbook that would appear annually under the imprint of the Illinois State Register – between 1922 and 1926, and identified from 1923 as “Latest Revised Edition” – compiled by a Ladies Club of undeclared affiliation. With five hundred unattributed recipes; standards, for the... (Item #5690)
Price: $50.00
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Mme. Bégué's Recipes of Old New Orleans Créole Cookery. [With: Other Famous New Orleans Recipes.]
New Orleans, La. J. S. W. Harmanson; Rogers Printing Company, 1937. Small octavo (19.5 x 14 cm.), 64 pages. Index. Illustrated. Second edition. Originally published in San Francisco in 1900 in bilingual French and English. A publisher's souvenir anthology cookbook of one hundred twenty recipes surveying Créole cookery, in part associated with legendary restaurants, and thus in some cases giving large-party quantities. A selection: Créole Gumbo, Codfish with White Beans... (Item #5904)
Price: $50.00
Mme. Bégué's Recipes of Old New Orleans Créole Cookery. [With: Other Famous New Orleans Recipes.]. J. S. W. Harmanson, Firm : New Orleans, La. Restaurant : New Orleans, Elizabeth Kettenring Bégué, Bégué's.
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Gourmet's Guide to New Orleans.
Metairie. Louisiana: [the author], 1964. Octavo, (23 x 15.5 cm.), 178 pages. Table of contents. Index to supplement. Cover illustrated with a linoleum cut by Olive Leonhardt. Stated seventeenth edition; originally published 1933. A popular and long-published New Orleans cookbook, with many attributed recipes. Through at least the fourteenth edition, this book listed Natalie Scott as an author, alongside Caroline Merrick Jones. Scott's name was dropped, and now appears in... (Item #6014)
Price: $50.00
Gourmet's Guide to New Orleans. Caroline Merrick Jones.
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Gourmet's Guide to New Orleans.
Metairie. Louisiana: [the author], 1972. Octavo, (23 x 15.5 cm.), 178 pages. Table of contents. Index to supplement. Cover illustrated with a linoleum cut by Olive Leonhardt. Stated seventeenth edition; originally published 1933. A popular and long-published New Orleans cookbook, with many attributed recipes. Through at least the fourteenth edition, this book listed Natalie Scott as an author, alongside Caroline Merrick Jones. Scott's name was dropped, and now appears in... (Item #6015)
Price: $40.00
Gourmet's Guide to New Orleans. Caroline Merrick Jones.
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Cook Book. [Compiled by Members of the] Junior League of Boise.
[Boise, Idaho: The League; Printed by] Fred York Printing Co. [circa 1940]. Octavo (23.5 x 16 cm.), 260 pages. Advertisements. Index. Printer from colophon. Date of publication estimated from external evidence. ~ Evident second edition. A community cookbook “dedicated to the children of the Junior League Health Camp” (page [3]). With approximately one thousand attributed recipes; among them: Corn Soup, Buttermilk Rolls, Deviled Crab, Shad Roe Ring, Flank Steak, Pheasant... (Item #6184)
Price: $50.00
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Private Collection 2: Recipes from the Junior League of Palo Alto.
Menlo Park, California: The Junior League of Palo Alto, Inc. 1984. Edited by Bonnie Stewart Mickelson. Illustrated by Linda Newberry. Designed by Gerald W. Stratford. Octavo (24 x 16 cm.), [118], 4 pages. Index. First edition, second impression. One hundred eleven numbered recipes; among them: Carrot Vichyssoise, Iced Avocado Soup, Sesame Asparagus with Shrimp, Sweet and Sour Squash, Lime Mousse, Chestnut Roll. In green publisher's cloth. Pale green jacket with... (Item #5197)
Price: $35.00
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Private Collection: Recipes from the Junior League of Palo Alto.
Menlo Park, California: The Junior League of Palo Alto, Inc. 1983. Edited by Bonnie Stewart Mickelson. Illustrated by Linda Newberry. Designed by Gerald W. Stratford. Octavo (24 x 16 cm.), [116], 4 pages. Index. Fifth impression. One hundred ten numbered recipes, including: Rosemary Walnuts, Minestrina di Cubetti, Gnocchi alla Romaine, Artichokes with Crab, Gingered Papayas, Steamed Persimmon Pudding. Bound in brown publisher's cloth. Interior clean and bright. Fine. In a.... (Item #5196)
Price: $20.00
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Every-Day Dishes and Every-Day Work.
Battle Creek, MI: Modern Medicine Publishing Company, 1897. Octavo, 184, [8] pages. Ads. First edition. A collection of recipes from the Superintendent of the Cooking School at the Kellogg Sanitarium in Battle Creek, Michigan. Many of the recipes include the use of cereals and grains, including products of the Sanitarium's Health Food Company. The final chapter covers efficient use of time, economizing money and material, and practical work systems. Some... (Item #4985)
Price: $150.00
Every-Day Dishes and Every-Day Work. Mrs. E. E. Kellogg, Ella Ervilla.
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The Pentucket Housewife. A Manual for Housekeepers, and Collection of Recipes, Contributed by the Ladies of the First Baptist Church, Haverhill, Mass. Third Edition.
Haverhill, MA: Press of Chase Bros. 1888. Octavo, 146, [10], pages. Ads. Index. Title page printed in red and black. Third edition. An attractively produced church community cookbook, with attributed recipes. Includes a large selection of gingerbreads. A number of recipes penciled in on the rear blanks. Some light soiling and wear throughout, Previous owner's name in pencil to front fly. Edgewear to the attractively gilt-stamped blue green cloth. [OCLC... (Item #3564)
Price: $200.00
The Pentucket Housewife. A Manual for Housekeepers, and Collection of Recipes, Contributed by the Ladies of the First Baptist Church, Haverhill, Mass. Third Edition. Haverhill Ladies of the First Baptist Church, Mass.
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Cookery Craft, as practiced in 1894 by the women of the South Church, St Johnsbury, Vt.
St. Johnsbury, VT: Press of C.M. Stone, 1894. Octavo, 17, 189, [blanks], 18, [1]. Ads. First edition of this church cookbook, with some of the recipes attributed. With a witty essay about the history of food titled, "Cookery Craft Miscellaneously Considered" at the rear. A number of manuscript recipes have been added on the pages provided, and an owner has very neatly tipped-in a number of additional manuscript recipes and... (Item #3017)
Price: $120.00
Cookery Craft, as practiced in 1894 by the women of the South Church, St Johnsbury, Vt. Mrs. Charles H. Merrill, The Women of South Church.
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Rangoon International Cook Book. By the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist English Church, Rangoon, Burma.
Rangoon, Burma: [The Society], 1956. Octavo (23 x 14.5 cm.), [2], 263 pages. Advertisements. Stated second edition, enlarged, following the original issue of 1954. Edition statements from forewords. A substantial missionary cookbook, with 654 recipes, many attributed. An additional 120 recipes appear in this second edition. Includes interesting short sections on cereals, fruits and vegetables available in Rangoon markets, and a practical nutrition guide, titled, "How Shall We Feed Our... (Item #5868)
Price: $150.00
Rangoon International Cook Book. By the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist English Church, Rangoon, Burma. Methodist English Church . Woman's Society of Christian Service, Burma Rangoon.


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