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Historical Cooking Books – 40 in a series – Slade’s cooking school recipes (1920)

November 18th, 2019


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Historical Cooking Books – 40 in a series – Slade’s cooking school recipes (1920)

Historical Cooking Books - 40 in a series - Slade's cooking school recipes (1920)Historical Cooking Books - 40 in a series - Slade's cooking school recipes (1920)

Historical Cooking Books - 40 in a series - Slade's cooking school recipes (1920)Historical Cooking Books - 40 in a series - Slade's cooking school recipes (1920)

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PREFACE.

If the one who makes two blades of grass grow where only one grew before is “a public benefactor” so is the one who improves the daily food of the people, either by supplying articles of superior excellence or by suggesting superior methods of preparation, thus adds to the health and happiness of the people.

This book is presented to the public with the purpose in mind of impressing the importance of using only high grade food articles of known purity and excellence and at the same time suggesting methods of preparing the food that will add to their palatability and wholesomeness.

The government reports as well as the thousands of family papers are constantly calling attention to the dishonest and often injurious adulteration of food articles and are constantly reiterating the fact that the only protection the purchaser can have is by buying only in packages bearing the name of a reliable manufacturer.

 



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