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Miss Parloa's New Cook Book By Maria Parloa
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maria Parloa (September 25th, 1843–August 21st, 1909) was... More > an American author of books on cooking and housekeeping, the founder of two cooking schools, a noted lecturer on food topics, and an important early figure in the "domestic science" (later "home economics") movement. She was arguably America's first "celebrity cook." and culinary pioneerMaria Parloa was born in Massachusetts on September 25, 1843. Both her mother and father had been born in New York state. Little is known about her early life; she is said to have been orphaned at a young age. Nor is it known where she learned to cook, although in the Preface to her first book, The Appledore Cook Book, published in 1872, she asserts that she has "had years of experience as a cook in private families and hotels." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Parloa< Less
Miss Parloa's New Cook Book (Illustrated) By Maria Parloa
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Of the hundreds of recipes in the volume only a few were not prepared especially for it, and nearly all of these were taken by the author from her other books. Many in the chapters on Preserving and... More > Pickling were contributed by Mrs. E. C. Daniell of Dedham, Mass., whose understanding of the lines of cookery mentioned is thorough. While each subject has received the attention it seemed to deserve, Soups, Salads, Entrées and Dessert have been treated at unusual length, because with a good acquaintance with the first three, one can set a table more healthfully, economically and elegantly than with meats or fish served in the common ways; and the light desserts could well take the place of the pies and heavy puddings of which many people are so fond. Many ladies will not undertake the making of a dish that requires hours for cooking, and often for the poor reason only that they do not so read a recipe as to see that the work will not be hard.< Less
Six Cups of Coffee Prepared for Public Palate by the Best Authorities on Coffee Making By Marion Harland
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maria Parloa (September 25th, 1843–August 21st, 1909) was... More > an American author of books on cooking and housekeeping, the founder of two cooking schools, a noted lecturer on food topics, and an important early figure in the "domestic science" (later "home economics") movement. She was arguably America's first "celebrity cook." and culinary pioneerMaria Parloa was born in Massachusetts on September 25, 1843. Both her mother and father had been born in New York state. Little is known about her early life; she is said to have been orphaned at a young age. Nor is it known where she learned to cook, although in the Preface to her first book, The Appledore Cook Book, published in 1872, she asserts that she has "had years of experience as a cook in private families and hotels." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Parloa< Less