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The American Woman's Cook Book

by Ruth Berolzheimer

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First edition= 1938 [copyrighted every year 1938-1944
  spearr | Feb 14, 2018 |
My mother-in-law literally wore the cover off her copy. ( )
  4bonasa | Aug 28, 2017 |
'The past is a foreign country' - a volume evocative, in both content and style, of a former era, published in 1948 and edited by the Director of the Culinary Arts Institute, Chicago. Comprehensive with thumb indent indexing and some colour plates. Contributors included such august bodies as the Irradiated Evaporated Milk Institute, the Appalachian Apple Service and the delightfully named Junket Folks. A social history : the chapter entitled Friends Who Honour Us tells us that 'Clear thinking, honest motives and ease in management can develop a social life that is simple and charming.'
  Carrie.deSilva | Aug 28, 2011 |
I just received a cookbook that was my grandmothers for American Woman during war time, so so very cool I have a huge collection of cook books and I never seen something so fnn Cool
  DebbieKraft | Aug 9, 2011 |
Important book from 1900's cookbooks. This is another interesting reference indicating how much war time affected everyone in the country: the cookbook (at least this version) is broken into different sections, the first part being the standard cookbook with a broad range of recipes (from beverages and meats, to canning and food equivalents) and the other part dedicated to Wartime Cookery. In that section, the author mentions the shortage of metal cans (for processed foods) and that most households may called on to 'curtail' the use of fats & oils since these are used in the manufacture of soaps and gunpowder, both needed for the war efforts. There is also a section on "How to Feed a Family of Five on $15.00 Per Week" in the Wartime Cookery chapter. ( )
  RShelton | May 14, 2011 |
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The American Woman's Cookbook contains over 10,000 recipes, lots of wonderful instructional content of the kind you'd receive if you were in cooking class, and, as for entertaining, this book still has it all when it comes to table settings and where the water and wine glasses have to go. Menu planning, table setting - anything you want to know is in this cookbook. It is filled with procedures, definitions, and recipes - and is a constant cooking reference!
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