The Plimoth Colony Cook Book

The Plimoth Colony Cook Book captures the culinary culture of seventeenth and eighteenth-century cooking. This cookbook was published by the Plymouth Antiquarian Society and features recipes from the Massachusetts Colony pilgrims. Harlow House Doughnuts, Daniel Webster's Fish Chowder, Harlow House Hulled Corn, Apple Pan Dowdy and more delicious and authentic recipes can be found among the pages of the fascinating Plimoth Colony Cook Book, a pamphlet cookbook collectible. 


Format: Softcover, 86 pages. 

Copyright: 1973, Fourth Edition 

Publisher: Plymouth Antiquarian Society 

Author: Plymouth Antiquarian Society 

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Description: The Plimoth Colony Cook Book contains a collection of receipts or received rules of cookery used in Plymouth from Pilgrim days to the end of the last century, together with a compendium of kitchen lore, quaint, curious, or quizzical. 


Condition: Good condition. Cover discolored. 

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