Bull Cook and Authentic Historical Recipes and Practices
Bull Cook and Authentic Historical Recipes and Practices, Herter's Waseca, Minnesota is a very interesting cookbook from a famous hunting and fishing sports store. For those that love to learn about culinary history through their cookbooks, this book will truly interest you. It contains a good deal of information on cooking, sharing recipes and practices not found in books of the time.
Format: Hardcover, 190 pages
Copyright: 1960, First Edition
Publisher: Herter's, Inc.
Author: George Lehnard Herter and Berthe E. Herter
Description: In the lumber camp days and pioneer days the cooks learned from each other and the old world cooks. Each taught the other his country's cooking secrets. Out of the mixing came fine food, prepared as nowhere else in the world. In Bull Cook and Authentic Historical Recipes and Practices Cookbook the author puts down some recipes you will not find in cook books.
According to the author, each recipe here is a real cooking secret. He also publishes for the first time, authentic historical recipes of great importance. For your convenience he starts with meats, fish, eggs, soups and sauces, sandwiches, vegetables, the art of French frying, desserts, how to dress game, how to properly sharpen a knife, how to make wines and beer, how to make French soap, what to do in case of hydrogen or cobalt bomb attack. Keeping as much in alphabetical order as possible.
Condition: Good condition. Cover has some faded areas. There is an address label on the first blank page.
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