Nellie Lyle Pattinson's North American Cook Book
Nellie Lyle Pattinson's North American Cook Book, one of Canada's most recognized cookbooks, brings you over 900 recipes that are easy-to-follow and economical. This 1954 edition introduced some new chapters to the popular cookbook including oven-cooked meals, regional dishes, and more.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket and plastic protective sleeve, 529 pages.
Publisher: Boureguy & Curl, Inc.
Author: Helen Wattie and Elinor Donaldson
Description: For many years, Nellie Lyle Pattinson's North American Cook Book has been the most popular cook book in Canada, widely used by students in Home Economics classes and by homemakers. It is "tops" with the bride, as recipes are uniformly simple and easy to follow, and do not call for expensive ingredients.
This twenty-first edition includes, for the first time, chapters on: supper dishes, oven-cooked meals, pressure cooking, planning and serving of meals, regional dishes. Every recipe is broken into easy step-by-step instructions.
In addition to the more than nine hundred recipes in this revised edition, the North American Cook Book shows the homemaker how to select the best, as well as the most economical, cuts of meat, and gives charts showing the proper method of cooking them. It also contains useful information about preparing many kinds of food for the home freezer.
The book is modern in format, which means: larger size, clearer type, numerous black-and-white photographs, process drawings, and some full-colour pages.
Condition: Good condition. Jacket has a small tear at top corner and interior flap is clipped.
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