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THE INGLENOOK COOK BOOK. Choice Recipes Contributed by Sisters of the Church of the Brethren, Subscribers and Friends of the Inglenook Magazine.

By Brethren Cookbook.

Brethren Publishing House, Elgin, IL: 1901/1981., 1981. Exact Reprint of the 1901 First Edition. 212 p. + Reprints of the original advertisements. Paperback. Crisp copy. Many of the recipes are attributed to the people who sent them in - reading like a genealogy of Brethren names in Pennsylvania, and throughout the U.S. at the turn of the century. All the recipes are guaranteed to have been "tried and recommended." The advertisements are also fascinating. They include: Swift's Meats; the Great Northern Railway land sales in Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Washington; patent medicines like Digestol; custom tailored "plain clothing"; etc. & etc. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! COOK 3. Soft cover. As New.



By Weaver, William Woys.

Abbeville Press for the Pennsylvania German Society, Birdsboro, NY; London; Paris: (1993)., 1993. 204p. Illustrated with numerous color photos by Jerry Orabona. Oblong 4to. Original binding. Original priced dust jacket. Also issued as Pennsylvania German Society, New Series. Volume 27. A wonderful exploration of Pennsylvania-Dutch cooking and food-ways. Near fine copy. First Edition. **PRICE JUST REDUCED PA GER SOC. 3rd fl. BOX 13. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.


TASTE OF TOMBSTONE. A Hearty Helping of History.

By Monahan, Sherry.

University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque: ()., 2008. pp. xvii, 214. Illustrated. Some pencil marks. Softcover. Very good. W6 Rear. Wraps. Very Good.


PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN COOKERY. A Regional Cookbook. Drawings by Eleanor J. M. Barba and Edward E. Smith.

By Hark, Ann; Barba, Preston H.

Schlechter's, Allentown, PA: (1950)., 1950. pp. xix, 258. Illustrated with drawings by Eleanor J. M. Barba and Edward E. Smith. Pictorial endpapers. 12mo. 210mm. Original full yellow cloth binding decorated and lettered in red. Though the spine title is faded, this is still in Very Good condition. Scarce. PAG010A. Hardcover. Very Good.



By Vandercook, John.

[Privately Published, Cincinnati?]: 1908., 1908. 54 leaves, on thick laid paper; printed on one side; uncut and unopened. + Mounted portrait. 8vo. 240 mm. Cloth backed boards binding; spine almost detached. Autograph presentation from: "Margaret Vandercook, Gramercy Park (NYC), 1921." John [Filkins] Vandercook (1873- 1908), was the editor of the Cincinnati Post. In 1904 he led a reform movement which saw to the over-throw of corrupt machine politics in that city. He moved on to become founder, first President, and General Manager of the United Press Association. The Complete Revolution (1909) was privately published after his death at age 35 from appendicitis. VERIA 2. Hardcover.



By Rack, John.

Dick & Fitzgerald, New York: [1863]., 1863. pp. 268. BUT - Our copy lacks the first leaf (title page) and maybe some ads in the rear. Original cloth binding; rubbed. Moderate foxing. With the paper label of D.S. Von Nieda, Ephrata, PA. Mr. Von Nieda was the sole owner and operator of the Mountain Springs Hotel during its mid and late 19th century heyday. What remains of the hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, at the corner of East Main Street and Spring Garden Street. It was originally built in 1848 as a summer resort, capitalizing on its natural spring water, and hosted a variety of high-profile guests including several Presidents. A comprehensive trade manual for selling French wine and spirits; with an interesting Ephrata, Pennsylvania association. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! BOOZE 2. Hardcover. Fair.


ORIGINES SACRAE: OR, A RATIONAL ACCOUNT OF THE GROUNDS OF NATURAL AND REVEALED RELIGION. The Eighth Edition. To which is now added Part of another Book upon the same Subject, Written A.D. M, DC, XCVII (by Edward late Lord Bishopof Worcester). Published fr

By Stillingfleet, Edward.

Printed for R. Knaplock, J. Knapton, D. Midwinter, W. Taylor, W. and J. Innys, J. Osborn, and R. Robinson, London: 1724., 1724. Two volumes in one. (14), 386; (3), 116, (2) [Publisher's advertisements]. Includes additional title pages, with different imprints, dated 1709. General title (printed in red and black) soiled. Folio. 315 mm. Original full leather binding; lacks front board. Early manuscript ownerships: "Ebenezer Grant's Book, the Gift of his Uncle John Brown." Also the autograph ownership of Jacob Green. Edward Stillingfleet (1635-1699) was a British theologian and scholar. Considered an outstanding preacher as well as a strong polemical writer defending Anglicanism, Stillingfleet was known as "the beauty of holiness" for his good looks in the pulpit, and was called by John Hough "the ablest man of his time". Here he makes a study of the "divine authority" of the Bible and hence of its truth and historical reliability in all matters; with an answer to the modern objections of atheists and deists. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! SE Case 1/1 JUN. Full Leather. Hardcover. Good.



By Groff, Betty;Wilson, Jose

Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA: (1974), 1974. pp. 253. Illustrations, including color photos. 8vo. 9.5". Original full cloth binding, lettered and decorated in gold. Original dust jacket. Very good. Betty Groff, a 10th-generation Pennsylvania Mennonite, was the long-time proprietor of Groff's Farm Restaurant, in Mount Joy, PA. She, specialized in the family-style country cooking of the Pennsylvania Dutch. With this book you too can make foods that 'Essen schmeckt so gut'. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! PAG 04A x3. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.



By Gibbons, Phebe Earle

J. B. Lippincott & Co. Philadelphia: 1874., 1874. 318 p. 12mo. Worn original green publisher's cloth binding. Some signatures loose. Classic. PA 013A x2.. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.



By McMullen, George (Smithville, PA).

Economy Steam Job Print, Lancaster, PA: 1888., 1888. 32p. Text drawings. Damp stained. 24mo. Original green printed wraps, rear cover damp stained. Recipes for: Cider; Elderberry Wine; Ice Cream; Dissolving Bones for Manure; Horse and Poultry Care; Paint; Varnish; Measuring Apples, Corn, Wheat; etc. Very scarce. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! PA PAMPH 19_34 BX1 x4. Soft cover. Very Good.



By Carriere, Albert (Editor).

Carlisle, PA: 1951., 1951. 108p. Illustrated with numerous photographs and advertisements. Includes insert of "Scenes from the Cumberland-Carlisle Bicentennial Celebration". Mildly XLib. 4to. Original blue pictorial wraps, slightly worn with XLib stamp on front cover. Held at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, June 17 to June 23, 1951 to Commemorate the 200th Anniversaries of Carlisle and Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. PA PAMPH 20_6 BX2 + PA PAMPH 20_2 BX3. Soft cover. Very Good.


COOKING WITH THE PENNSYLVANIA "DUTCH". A Collection of Choice and Tried Old-Time Home and Farm Recipes.

By Aurand, A. Monroe, Jr.

Aurand Press, Harrisburg: 1946., 1946. 32 p. Illustrated. Double column. 8vo. Original pictorial printed wraps. Very fine copy. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! GER-ENG PAMPH BX1 BAG 21 x2.. Soft cover. Near Fine.



By Davis, Adelle.

New American Library, New York: (September, 1970)., 1970. 334p. 8vo. Signet paper back. Soiled. First printing. COOK 2. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good.


TEN THOUSAND A-YEAR. A New Edition, Carefully Revised, with Notes and Illustrations

By Warren, Samuel (1807-1877). PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S COPY.

William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London: 1848, 1848. Three volumes. Engraved armorial frontis. Small 8vo. 17 cm. Later English half leather binding by A. F. Denny, rubbed at extremities. Marbled edges. Engraved bookplate of Alexander Uffey. ** FROM THE HARRY S. TRUMAN LIBRARY: Embossed stamp of the 'Harry S. Truman Library / Independence Missouri' and the 'Surplus / Duplicate' stamp of the Library of Congress. Warren was an English lawyer who gained fame for his arguments against the insanity defense. Starting in 1830, he contributed regular ly to Blackwood's Magazine. His great success was 'Ten Thousand a Year' which ran in Blackwood's October 1839 to August 1841. It was one of the most popular novels of the century. Defying public sentiment, critics complained of the banality of the moralizing and the extravagance of the humor. Most contem poary readers, on the other hand, found the sketches of farcical characters boldly drawn and the caricatures clearly developed. Warren lived on the fame of this work for decades. For some reason, this particular edition is scarce. Of course, this set gains added interest in having come from U.S. President Truman's library. "There is probably no man living, though ever so great a fool, that cannot do 'something' or other well" -- Samuel Warren. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! W148. Hardcover. Very Good.


THE WINE BOOK. Wines and Wine Making Around the World. Prepared under the direction of Louis Orizet. Recipes by Madeleine Othenin-Girard.

By Dorozynski, Alexander; and Bell, Bibiane.

Golden Press, New York: 1969., 1969. 310p. Plus index and color frontis. Illustrated with numerous photographs. 4to. Original full cloth binding. Original dust jacket. A great gift for wine lovers. Starting with a history of wine making and then going from country to country examining the history, varieties and techniques. Beautiful illustrations and photographs. Includes fifty international recipes for cooking with wine compiled by Madeleine Othenin-Girard. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! WHISKEY 1.. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.


BOTH SIDES OF THE GRAPE QUESTION. [TOGETHER WITH A CLASSIFICATION OF SPECIES AND VARIETIES OF THE GRAPE VINE] Comprising I. An Essay on the Culture of the Native and Exotic Grapes. By William Saunders, of Germantown, PA. II. Physiography in its Applicati

By Saunders, William; et. al.

J. B. Lippincott & Co. (and) A. M. Spangler, Philadelphia and C. M. Saxton (and) Barker & Co., New York: 1860., 1860. 96 p. Text illustrations. 16 mo. 17 cm. Original printed wraps, soiled and slightly chipped. Extremely scarce American pamphlet on growing fruits for wine. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! JUN2C. Soft cover. Good.



By Alletz, Pons Augustin [1705?-1785].

La Veuve Duchesne, Paris: ., 1768. Full Title: "L'ALBERT MODERNE; OU, NOUVEAUX SECRETS EPROUVES, ET LICITES, Recueillis D'Apres les Decouvertes les Plus Recentes. Les uns ayant pour objet de remedier a un grand nombre d'accidens qui interessent la sante: Les autres, quantitite de choses utiles a scavoir pour les differens besoins de la vie." pp. xxiv, 430. 12 mo. 18 cm. Attractive 18th century full leather binding. Chip at head repaired. Marbled edges. Marbled endpapers. Hardbound. Very good. A rare French medical and cooking text. Really worthy of further research. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! CLEO 2/1. Hardcover. Very Good.



By Landis, Henry Kinzer.

(Printed by the Norristown Herald for the) Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown: 1939., 1939. 130p. + Illustrations. Bound with: Graeff, Arthur D. RELATIONS BETWEEN THE PENNSYLVANIA GERMANS & THE BRITISH, 1750-1776. 271 p. 8vo. Original printed wraps. Two important studies. The work on kitchens is especially significant and useful. Issued as: Pennsylvania German Society. Volume XLVII. Limited Edition. Very good. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! PAG Box 1. Soft cover. Very Good.


OPTIMISM. A Real Remedy. With a Foreword by William Dana Orcutt.

By Fletcher, Horace.

A.C. McClurg & Co., Chicago: 1908., 1908. 78p. + Portrait frontis. 8vo. Original cloth backed paper binding. Paper spine label worn. One of the earliest promoters of changing how one eats was Horace Fletcher (1849-1919) of Lawrence, MA. He evolved a system called Fletcherism, concerned chiefly with the slow mastication (chewing) of food. If you follow Fletcherism, you will chew each bite of food until it becomes a watery mass in your mout h before swallowing. This has two effects. First, if you chew a bite of food that long, you will be consuming your meal at a slower rate. Secondly, the reduction of this food to a watery mass means th at it will be less difficult to extract nutrients from the food. PHREN 2. Hardcover. Very Good.


HANGOVER. Introduction and Comments by Robert Gibson.

By Kenne, Alex.

Gauleux Publishing Co., Poughquag, NY: 1948., 1948. n.p. Humorous full page drawings accompanied with comments. 8vo. Original full glossy binding. Top and bottom of spine bumped with slight loss. Quite scarce. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! WHISKEY 3. Hardcover. Very Good.


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