Image from page 349 of “American cookery” (1914)

October 24, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook 

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Image from page 349 of “American cookery” (1914)
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Identifier: americancookery19unse_0
Title: American cookery
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Publisher: New York [etc.] : Whitney Publications [etc.]
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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Buy advertised Goods — Do not accept substitutes344 Menu for Christmas Day BREAKFAST Grapefruit Sausage Baked Potatoes Dry Toast Waffles, Maple Syrup or Honey in the Comb Coffee Cocoa DINNER Peeled Malaga Grape Cocktail Roast Guinea Hens Sweet Potatoes, with Bacon Brussels Sprouts, Buttered Pimiento, Chestnut-and-Endive Salad Parker House Rolls Marshmallow-and-Nut Cream Little Cakes Chocolate Bonbons Half Caps of Coffee SUPPER Oyster Soup Olives Large Baked Apples, Cream Jumbles Tea

Text Appearing After Image:
American Cookery Vol.. XX DECEMBER, 1915 No. 5 From the Sand-age to the Lawn-age By Stella Burke May I T HAS passed — the barbaric agewhen rows of glass bottles, theirnoses buried ostrich-like in thesands, or bricks arranged obliquely,with one corner uppermost, makingserrated outlines of paths or flower beds,constituted a lawn in Florida—and evenas civilization covers her children withconcealing garments, where a string ofbeads or broken glass once sufficed, soprogress has spread a rich, green blanketover the nakedness of the sands, withthe result that two blades of grass nowgrow where none grew before. Xot so long ago, lawns in this sectionof the country were as scarce as tarponin the subway tube, but during the pastfive years a great change has come overthe face of the land; whether due to thenatural following upon the heels ofdevelopment, or brought about by thenumbers of incoming Kentuckians andsettlers from points farther north who,missing the verdance of their nativeblue-gra

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Description: Susie G. Larned Dorrance Recipe Book. Manuscript recipes.

Repository: Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.

Collection: Susie G. Larned Dorrance Recipe Book

Call Number: A/D716

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Sliced mushrooms with some minced garlic, pepper and salt

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