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Texas]. [Cook Books]
The Old and the New in Cookery
Houston, 1930. [8],264pp. Original cream cloth boards, cover stamped in black. Slightly bowed, lightly soiled. Corners and spine moderately worn. Internally clean. An extensive community cook book compiled and published by the Ladies Association of the First Presbyterian Church in Houston. Each recipe bears the name of its contributor, and in addition to the standard categories such as meats, soups, cakes, cookies, etc., there is also a small section headed "Mexican Dishes," which is mostly comprised of recipes for rice and chili -- there are two recipes for something called "Tamale Loaf." Another particular favorite is a recipe for "Charm Circle," which seems to consist of celery, peas, and lima beans in a tomato-flavored gelatin ring, served with chicken salad in the center of the ring. We locate four copies in OCLC -- Boston Public Library, Baylor, Houston Public, and the MFA Houston. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Verkäufer: McBride Rare Books LLC [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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