Vintage Cook Book Wednesday – "Breakfast, Luncheon And Tea" by Marion Harland 1875 in pdf

Vintage cookbooks

The old cook book in pdf format that I posted last week received quite some interest both on the blog and on Twitter so I thought I’d better check and see how many of these old cook books I have collected over the last couple of years. Maybe it was enough to build a posting series on. Well, the count came to 72, and that is cook book posting for nearly one and a half year if I post one a week, on Wednesday for example. No need to think more about that is it, all that is needed is a recognizable heading. The one on top here ought to do the trick – Ted

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“Breakfast, Luncheon And Tea” by Marion Harland.
From the “Common Sense in the Household” series.
Published by Scribner, Armstrong & Co in New York in 1875.

449 pages of 140 year old but still valid common sense.

Click either the book image or the
PDF symbol to download the cook book
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English: Portrait of Mary Virginia Terhune aka...

  Portrait of Mary Virginia Terhune aka Marion Harland,
mother of Albert Payson Terhune and a prominent writer herself

(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

See this book and many delicious recipes on:
Treasure Box TuesdayTuesdaysTable copyTickle My Tastebuds Tuesday

4 thoughts on “Vintage Cook Book Wednesday – "Breakfast, Luncheon And Tea" by Marion Harland 1875 in pdf

  1. Thank you for this T-Ted! ❤ I can't wait to sit and look through it..

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  2. Joy @ Yesterfood says:

    I adore these old cookbooks- as much of a glimpse into history as cooking. Thank you for sharing this with us at Treasure Box Tuesday- pinned!

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