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Nellie Lyle Pattinson's Canadian Cook Book [Cookbook]
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Nellie Lyle Pattinson's Canadian Cook Book [Cookbook]

By Wattie, Helen; Donaldson, Elinor; Pattinson, Nellie Lyle

Toronto: The Ryerson Press. Hardcover. viii, 529 pages. Index. Occasional colour and black and white photos. First published in 1923, this Canadian classic was revised and enlarged in 1953. Heavy wear and soiling to publisher's canary cloth, consistent with the use of a trusted cookbook which has served multiple generations. Front hinge open. Backstrip open along back side. Prior owner's name label upon title page. Few markings to contents. Six pages of hand-written recipes on blank leaves at back. A worthy vintage copy. Wallace p.69, Driver p.621. . Fair. 1959. Revised and Enlarged Edition.

$195.00

Recipes Contributed By the Members of the United Farm Women of Alberta [U.F.W.A.]
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Recipes Contributed By the Members of the United Farm Women of Alberta [U.F.W.A.]

By [U.F.W.A.], Members of the United Farm Women of Alberta; MacDonald, Vera

Calgary: United Farm Women of Alberta [U.F.W.A.]. Hardcover. 240 pages. Index. Offers a wide assortment of recipes for: Bread; Cookies; Cakes; Icings and Fillings; Puddings & Desserts; Pies; Frozen Desserts; Beverages; Salads & Dressings; Pickles; Canning and Preserves; Cheese & Luncheon Dishes; Soups & Broths; Fish; Meats; Vegetables; Candy; and Sandwiches. Includes several ads in text plus additional illustrated ads at back, including a fascinating one-page declaration by the Province of Alberta entitled 'Progress in Welfare Legislation' which lists seven free health services provided to residents "without increased taxation and without the regimentation that usually accompanies state social security schemes." Above-average wear to publisher's blue cloth. Back hinge open. Writing upon front free endpaper otherwise minimal markings to contents. Binding tender but intact. A well used but worthy vintage copy of this treasured compilation of Alberta recipes. Driver A59.5, Peel [3] 5291. . Fair. 1946. Fifth Edition.

$350.00

The Art of Cooking and Serving
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The Art of Cooking and Serving

By Splint, Sarah Field

Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.: Proctor & Gamble Co.. Hardcover. [xiv], 252 pages. Index. Color and black and white photos. 7.5" x 5". Appears to be a 1928 reprint of the 1927 first edition. "Besides the latest information on nutrition and table service, this book contains more than five hundred recipes, all of which were carefully tested before they were permitted a place here. The majority of them call for Crisco - but there are recipes for foods, too, in which no shortening is used, because it is desired that this book shall be a rounded-out cooking guide of the greatest possible value to the average homemaker." - Foreword. Light wear to charmingly illustrated cream-colored boards. Binding tight. Contents clean, bright and unmarked.. Above-average wear to dust jacket which bears several taped repairs. A well-preserved copy. Bitting p.446. . Good. 1928. Reprint.

$79.95

Traditional Ukrainian cookery by Savella Stechishin (February 19,1991)
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Traditional Ukrainian cookery by Savella Stechishin (February 19,1991)

Winnipeg: Trident Press (February 19,1991). Hardcover. B01B98DU0I 496 pages. Index. Reprint of the 1957 first edition. "Ukrainian dishes are neither highly-spiced nor bland - they are subtle and pleasing, having their own indefinable qualities. The culinary skillis passed from mother to daughter are an essential part of her preparation for marriage. Ukrainian Canadians have brought with them from their native land a wealth of their own culture with truly priceless treasures of a tangible character as well as intangible spiritual values. Their music, choral performances, poetry, folk art, dances, and rituals are cherished by them. In a similar manner their enthusiasm for their own native dishes never wanes. This book, the first of its kind in Canada, is an attempt to preserve for posterity the Ukrainian way of cooking. It is based largely on a number of selected recipes from various Ukrainian cookbooks published in Western Ukraine before the Second World War." - Introduction. Bookplate inside front board. Dust jacket not included. Respectful wear to publisher's green cloth. Binding intact. A sound copy of this heart-warming vintage compilation of Ukrainian gastronomic delights. . Good. 1971. Reprint.

$250.00

Mrs. A.B. Marshall's Cookery Book
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Mrs. A.B. Marshall's Cookery Book

By Marshall, A.B.

London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent / Marshall's School of Cookery. Hardcover. 468, 24 [ads] pages. Index. Black and white illustrations. This undated reprint of the 1888 first edition appears to be circa 1894 judging by the handwritten date atop first leaf. "The present volume makes no pretension to be exhaustive, though it includes the essential groundwork of culinary art as well as much useful and novel information, not hitherto given in cookery books. " - Preface. Vintage news clipping affixed inside front board. Occasional markings. Heavy wear to forest green boards lettered with gilt. Textblock detached from boards. A worthy vintage copy. WHEATON & KELLY 3978, BITTING p.310. . Fair. 1894. Reprint.

$149.95

Purity Cook Book [Cookbook] - The Complete Guide to Canadian Cooking
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Purity Cook Book [Cookbook] - The Complete Guide to Canadian Cooking

By Scott, Anna Lee

Canada: Maple Leaf Mills Limited, Monarch Purity Mills Division. Hardcover. 215, [7], pages. Index. Undated but appears to be circa 1975. Moderate wear to colour-illustrated boards. Binding sound. Please note: This copy extensively marked up by prior owner, primarily by pencilling Xs over recipes he/she either didn't like or didn't wish to cook. All text legible, and outwardly an attractive copy. [This edition appears to not be mentioned in Driver at page.738.] . Good. 1975. Reprint.

$99.95

Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook
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Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook

By Berolzheimer, Ruth

Chicago: Culinary Arts Institute. Hardcover. [5], 6-974, LXVI [index] pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white reproductions of photos plus several color photos and color photo endpapers. Average wear to decorated mustard yellow boards. Narrow openings along sides of backstrip. Binding intact. A sound copy of this lovely vintage kitchen memento. . Good. 1959. Revised Edition.

$149.95

Mrs. Rorer's Philidelphia Cook Book A Manual of Home Economies
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Mrs. Rorer's Philidelphia Cook Book A Manual of Home Economies

Philadelphia: Arnold and Company. Hardcover. B01HVT22L2 viii, 581 pages. This 1914 copy is a reprint of the 1886 first edition. Covers a broad spectrum of foods with clearly explained and carefully tested recipes. Hinges open. Average wear to attractively illustrated copper cloth-covered boards. A worthy copy of this delightful vintage cookbook. BITTING p.405, WHEATON & KELLY 5254. . Fair. 1914. Reprint.

$99.95

Woman's Home Companion Cook Book
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Woman's Home Companion Cook Book

New York: P.F. Collier & Son. Hardcover. B00WYCONNC This copy is a vintage 1946 reprint of the 1942 first edition. 951 pages. Index. Occasional colour and black and white photos. "Every one of the 2,600 recipes in this book was either originated or thoroughly tested in the Companion's Home Service kitchens before it earned its place in this book." - Introduction. Covers the full spectrum of American cookery circa WWII. Somewhat above-average wear and soiling through respectful use. Binding aging but intact. A worthy copy of this beloved kitchen keepsake. . Fair. 1946. Reprint.

$199.95

High Class & Economical Cookery Recipes
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High Class & Economical Cookery Recipes

By Rees, E. Roberta

London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co.. Hardcover. B0087FIBN8 [6], 239, [1] ad, viii [index], [8] ads. pages. Endpapers illustrated with charming vintage ads. This is a revised and significantly enlarged version of the first edition, the printing date of which, Bitting reports, is unknown. "I have included both Plain and High-class recipes in this book, and have endeavoured to make the Plain Recipes dainty enough for any household, and the High-class ones as economical as possible without altering their character." - Preface. Unmarked. Somewhat above-average wear to publisher's decorated olive cloth. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy of this charming vintage cookbook. . Fair. 1907. Revised Edition.

$195.00

Better homes recipe book
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Better homes recipe book

By Mills, Marjorie

USA: Herald-Traveler. Hardcover. B0008ASCH0 [6], v-xix, [1], 448, [25], pages. Index. 7.5" x 5.25". "Since 30 per cent or even more of the family income goes for food it is important for a homemaker to make those food dollars do their best work. Our 'Herald and Traveler' women's pages have received thousands of reader letters who shared their experiences. Many of their discoveries are recorded in this book." - v. Minimal markings. Openings in cloth between backstrip and front board. Narrow opening in binding at title page. Hairline opening in back hinge. Somewhat above-average wear to decorated maroon publisher's cloth. A worthy vintage copy of this depression-era New England cookbook which is clearly aimed at helping families stretch their food dollars. . Fair. 1933. First Edition.

$149.95

Inglenook Cookbook
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Inglenook Cookbook

By CRIST, Genevieve; WEIGLE, Elizabeth, Editors

New York: Harper & Brothers.. Hardcover. B000NVPVAU 322 pages. Index. Occasional black and white illustrations. This 1948 copy is a reprint of the 1942 first edition. "A guide for all home food problems and for church cookery, a directory into hospitality secrets for church-centered homes, an easy teacher for beginning home-makers. It is the product of the best cooking of generations of Christian housewives who, even from that time in early American history when housewives tended their cooking from the treasured inglenook by the fireplace, have never failed to keep creative cookery in its esteemed place at the heart of the home." - Introduction. Average wear and soiling for a used cookbook. Occasional markings. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this charming vintage work. . Fair. 1948. Reprint.

$99.95

Mrs Beeton's Cookery Book 1913
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Mrs Beeton's Cookery Book 1913

London: Ward Lock and Co. Hardcover. B004HHR1CC 380, 6 [ads] pages. Index. 7.5" x 5". Several colour and black and white plates. Attractively embossed front board. Vintage ads on endpapers. "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in his great study of married life, entitled 'A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus,' makes his heroine say - 'Mrs. Beeton must have been the finest housekeeper in the world. Therefore, Mr. Beeton must have been the happiest and most comfortable man'; and his hero concludes that Mrs. Beeton's book 'has more wisdom to the square inch than any work of man'. - Preface. Binding sound. Small recipe taped to verso of frontispiece. Name inside front board. Average wear to publisher's red cloth. A sound vintage copy. Wheaton & Kelly 562. . Good. 1913. New Edition.

$195.00

Canadian Army Recipe Book
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Canadian Army Recipe Book

By Army, Canadian

Ottawa: Queen's Printer / Geological Survey of Canada. Hardcover. 230 pages. Index. "The recipes have been developed to yield amounts sufficient for 100 persons. The yield is stated by weight or measure, depending upon whether the cooked food is solid or liquid. The size of serving is included as a guide in preparation and service. Intended for use by Army Cooks. Accordingly, one copy will be issued to each cook. One copy will be issued also to RCASC Food service Officers, RCAMC Dietitians and to all units of the Canadian Army having messing facilities, for the use of Unit Messing Officers." - Preface. Prior owner's name, Pte Kreilkamp, printed atop front free endpaper. Two small, faint bits of writing upon front free endpaper. Above-average soiling and staining, consistent with a used army kitchen cookbook. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. Not listed in Driver or Cooke. . Fair. 1957.

$295.00

A Culinary Palette: Kitchen Masterpieces from Sixty-five Great Artists
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A Culinary Palette: Kitchen Masterpieces from Sixty-five Great Artists

By Mackie, Joan

Canada: Merritt Pub. Hardcover. 0920886116 208 pages. Index. Illustrated in colour and black and white. "A collection of over 250 recipes from the repertoires of Canada's foremost visual artists - the painters and sculptors whose works dominate the gallery scene today and who, as it happens, are equally artistic and creative in the kitchen. A feast for the eye and for the palate." - dust jacket. Unmarked with boderate overall wear. Beige soiling to several pages. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy of this enjoyable compilation. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

$79.95

Mary Margaret McBride - Encyclopedia of Cooking - Deluxe Illustrated Edition - Complete 12 Section Set
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Mary Margaret McBride - Encyclopedia of Cooking - Deluxe Illustrated Edition - Complete 12 Section Set

By McBride, Mary Margaret

Evanston, Illinois: Homemakers Research Institute. Hardcover. B000JJYMSI America's most complete cook book. 1,536 pages. Almost four inches thick. Many photos, mostly in black and white. Bound on three posts overlaid by illustrated yellow glossy boards. Please note: Boards are essentially loose but tentatively secured by prior owner's brittle yellowed tape. Bit of writing inside front board and two pages of neatly hand-written recipes on blank pages at back. A worthy copy of this American classic. . Fair. 1959. First Edition.

$395.00

Georgian Bay Gourmet Entertains
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Georgian Bay Gourmet Entertains

By Connell, Anne; Gibson, Helen; Hunt, Mary; Leavens, Jean

Toronto: Thomas Allen & Son, Limited. Paperback. 091902839X Signed, without inscription by all four authors atop first page. 328 pages. Index. Colour photos. "The writing style is bright and breezy, the recipes are easy to follow, and the menus are plesantly placed in settings of Georgian Bay beaches, boats, islands, cottages and family dining rooms." - back cover. Covers protected by clear plastic laminate. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. . Good. 2000. First Edition.

$49.95

Recettes Choisies Robin Hood
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Recettes Choisies Robin Hood

By Martin, Rita

Canada: Robin Hood Flour Mills Limited. Plastic Comb. 164 pages. Text in French. First published in 1947, this copy is a 1953 reprint of the 1950 revised edition. Printed upon glossy stock. Many colour and black and white photos. Above-average wear. Prior owner's details in pencil atop title page. Coupons removed. A worthy vintage copy of this pleasing French-Canadian cookbook. Driver Q306.2. . Fair. 1953. Revised Edition.

$199.95

Pioneer Palate Pleasers [Cookbook / Recipes]
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Pioneer Palate Pleasers [Cookbook / Recipes]

By Contributors, Multiple

Manitoba, Canada: Telephone Pioneers of America, Manitoba Chapter No. 50. Plastic Comb. A 192 page compilation of recipes contributed by members. Oblong 9" x 5.5". Undated but appears to be circa 1975. Printed on several colours of paper. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

$99.95

300 [Three Hundred] Ways to Serve Eggs - From Appetizers to Zabaglione
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300 [Three Hundred] Ways to Serve Eggs - From Appetizers to Zabaglione

By Northcross, Frances Troy

Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers, Inc. / Culinary Arts Institute. Paperback. 48 pages. Black and white reproductions of photos. Index. Here you will find "the simplest omelet or the most sophisticated souffle and crepes suzette, favorites of America and our friends on other continents, along with many new and delicious ways of serving them to add interest and delight to the family menu." - Introduction. Price stamped atop title page otherwise unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1940. First Edition.

$49.95

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