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The Settlement Cook Book, the way to a man's heart, Kander, Mrs. Simon

Author Name    Kander, Mrs. Simon

Book Title   The Settlement Cook Book, the way to a man's heart

Binding (hardback, paperback, etc.)   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good with No dust jacket as issued

Edition   22nd edition; First Impression

Publisher's Name   Milwaukee, WI The Settlement Cook Book co 1938

Seller ID or SKU   61269

"Tested recipes from the Settlement Cooking Classes, The Milwaukee Public School Kitchens, The School of Trades for Girls, and Experienced Housewives". Early "Enlarged and Revised" (more recipes and revision to text) 22nd edition of this famous cookbook. Measures approx. 1.375 in wide, 5.5 in. wide, 7.75 in tall. Full of detailed receipes, of course, but also sections on Household Rules, Kitchen Equipment, Directions for Serving, feeding the Family, Infant Feeding, Invalid Cooking, Menus and Camp Cookery. Elizabeth “Lizzie” Black was born on May 28, 1858 to John and Mary (Perles) Black, both of English and Bavarian descent. The Black family had previously lived in Green Bay, Wisconsin before their 1844 move to the South Side of Milwaukee. John Black opened a dry goods store to support the family. At this time, the Blacks were one of over two hundred German-Jewish families who lived as merchants in the Milwaukee area. Kander’s parents were founding members of the Reform temple Temple Emanu-El and believed in reconciling religion with the progressive ideas of the age. At a young age, Kander was taught from her mother that “home reigned supreme.” This concept would carry throughout all of her progressive work. The first Settlement Cook Book was published in 1901 and its 1,000 copies sold out within one year. The Settlement Cook Book proved so popular that 34 subsequent editions—totaling 2 million copies—followed the original edition. (Wikipedia) ; Enlarged and Revised; 7.75 X 5.5 X 1,375 inches; 623 pages

Price = 49.97 USD


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