Nice Cook Books photos

June 10, 2019 · Posted in Cook Books 

A few nice cook books images I found:

Book the Cook Slipper Lobster Thermidor
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Singapore Airlines allows customers flying in business and first class from certain destinations to "book the cook" to choose meals prior to the flight. I booked the cook for the slipper lobster thermidor served with tomato, asparagus, and saffron rice on my flight SQ 870 SIN – HKG. It was really quite tasty though one criticism is the slightly rubbery texture of the lobster.

Cheese, crackers, and fruit and the dessert of Vieneta ice cream were also offered afterward.

Image from page 100 of “In pine-tree jungles; a hand-book for sportsmen and campers in the great Maine woods” (1902)
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Identifier: inpinetreejungle00ban
Title: In pine-tree jungles; a hand-book for sportsmen and campers in the great Maine woods
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Company
Subjects: Outdoor life Sports
Publisher: Bangor, Me., Bangor & Aroostook railroad
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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Text Appearing Before Image:
branch voyagers make the side trip from Chesun-cook to Caribou lake, going up a thoroughfare two miles long, enteredfrom the west shore of Chesuncook. A camp is located on Cariboulake, in a good fishing neighborhood. Harrington lake, one of Mainesbest trout waters, is another locality to be reached from Chesuncook.It lies north of Ripogenus, and is at the end of a seven-mile tote froma point on Chesuncook just above the outlet. A horse is usually kepthere in summer to haul canoes over the carries in this neighborhood. Ripogenus Waters. 89 At the foot of Chesuncook a dam bars farther progress by water, butit is only half a mile by carry around into Ripogenus lake. Camp maybe made easily at either end of the carry. Swinging down to the foot of Ripogenus lake, the longest carry onthe whole trip must be made. It is a jaunt of three miles around theRipogenus gorge and arches, where the rushing, rolling, frothing waterstumble along between steep granite cliffs with a roar that is heard far

Text Appearing After Image:
SoiiiLtiines Canoeing /s Uphill Work. off in the forest. There is a small pond on this carry where good fish-ing is usually to be had. The carry is hilly, and the scenery striking inthe extreme. Many picturesque rapids keep the river in a turmoilthroughout this three-mile stretch, which is known as one of the worstregions for driving in all the length of the West branch. At the end of the carry is a place called the Big Eddy, and herecamp may be made and canoes put in next day. Below the Big Eddy 9° The Horserace.

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