Lowney’s Cook Book by Maria Willett Howard from 1907 in PDF

Lowney's Cook Book by Maria Willett Howard from 1907 in PDF

Lowney’s Cook Book

A new guide for housekeepers, especially intended as a full record
of delicious dishes sufficient for any well-to-do family, clear enough
for beginner, and complete enough for ambitious providers

prepared  by

one of the most experienced and successful teachers of cooking
in  the country, as the latest fruits of practical and scientific
knowledge of the art

Maria Willett Howard

Published by
The Walter M Lowney co.
486 Hanover Street, Boston
1907

The 370 page book is illustrated in beautiful
detailed colour illustrations and you can
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“Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners” from 1913 in PDF

“Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners” from 1913 in PDF

Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners

A book of recipes arranged on a unique plan, combining
helpful suggestions for appetizing, well-balanced menus,
with all the newest ideas and latest discoveries in the
preparation of tasty, wholesome cookery.

Wrillen and Compiled by

Mrs Elizabeth O Hiller

Founder and Principal of the Chicago Domestic Science School,
and a noted writer and lecturer on culinary subjects

Published by
The N K Fairbank Company
in 1913

This is Volume One – First Edition of the most delicious classic recipes available. These recipes provide the perfect way to get dinner on the table quickly and easily. Each tasty recipe is packed with flavor that your family will appreciate. These tasty, easy to follow recipes are organized within the respective chapters and a Time Tables for Cooking is provided, for cook time.

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“The Hostess” – Downloadable Cook Book in PDF

“The Hostess” - Downloadable Cook Book in PDF

The Hostess

Pertinent Suggestions On Entertaining At Home,
Together With Some Bromangelon Recipes

Published in 1910 by
The Stern & Saalberg Co
New York

Every hostess, however modest her home surroundings, cherishes the ambition to shine in her own little sphere. The ideas suggested in this book are intended as a guide to simple methods of entertaining in a hospitable, easy, refined and dignified manner, without any undue extravagance. They are intended to serve, not as set patterns to be copied or followed in every detail, but rather to suggest to the ingenious hostess, ways of adapting her own original ideas to the art of graceful home entertainment.

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“A Thousand Ways To Please a Husband” – The First Edition from 1917 in pdf format

A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband

A Thousand Ways To Please a Husband

With Bettina’s Best Recipes

By
Louise Bennet Weaver
&
Helen Cowles le Cron

Illustrated by Elizabeth Coldbourne

:: THE DEDICATION ::
To every other little bride
Who has a ”Bob to please,
And says she’s tried and tried and tried
To cook with skill and ease.
And cant! – we offer here as guide
Bettina’s Recipes!
To her whose ”Bob’ is prone to wear
A sad and hungry look
Because the maid he thought so fair
Is – well – she just can’t cook!
To her we say: do not despair;
Just try Bettina’s Book

This is the first edition from 1917 and it offers a delightful look at homemaking before the advent of sophisticated appliances and fast food as well as the modern reality of women’s work outside the home. Unintentionally funny and historically revealing, the whimsically illustrated narrative abounds in simple and surprisingly relevant recipes.

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“The International Cook Book” by Alexander Filippini

“The International Cook Book” by Alexander Filippini

The International Cook Book

By
Alexander Filippini

published in 1911

Alexander Filippini

Alexander Filippini
Formerly of Delmonico’s, and Travelling Inspector of
the International Mercantile Marine Company.
Author of “The Table”

Over 3,300 Recipes gathered from all over the World, including
many never before published in English. With complete menus
of the three meals for every day in the year.

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Free Historic Cook Books On The Net – Part 1

Free Historic Cook Books

A lot of the recipes found on blogs featuring historic recipes are found in these free books found on the net. The books on Google Books are not downloadable and has to be read on Google’s pages, but the books on archive.org can be downloaded in pdf and other formats.

APICIUS REDIVIVUS
or,
THE COOK’S ORACLE
published in 1817

Google Booksarchive.org

THE FRUGAL HOUSEWIFE
or,
Complete Woman Cook
published in 1796

Google Booksarchive.org

THE WHOLE
DUTY of a WOMAN
OR AN
Infalliabe GUIDE
TO THE FAIR SEX
published in 1707

Google Booksarchive.org

ENGLAND’S
NEWEST WAY in all
SORTS
OF
COOKERY, PASTRY
AND
All Pickles that are fit to be used

published in 1708

Google BooksLibrary of Congress
The one on Library of Congress can be
downloaded as jpg’s

A
COLLECTION
Of above Three Hundered
RECEIPTS
IN
Cookery,
Physick and Surgery

Publshed in 1714

Google Booksarchive.org