A good substantial, practical, workable cook-book, for the everyday housewife whose family demands good food, well prepared,...

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AMERICA'S COOK BOOK

A good substantial, practical, workable cook-book, for the everyday housewife whose family demands good food, well prepared, and no eccentricities or tricks. Not a book for anyone seeking tasty dishes for jaded palates, nor for anyone who frankly prefers foreign culinary arts to American. Good basic instructions. Simple directions for anyone beginning to keep house. Sections on foods and food values, quantities, proper cooking utensils, etc., very useful. Prepared and tested by the New York Herald Tribune, Home Institute.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937