Collected for the benefit of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Perry, N.Y. by a group of eight women under the direction of a Mrs. W.H. McClelland, this cookbook is chock-full of brief (but good) recipes for a variety of dishes. Each section is prefaced with a culinary aphorism, such as Eggs ("In thy concoction there was common sense.") and Candies ("Sweets to the sweet!"), and interspersed throughout are advertisements for domestic products from both local and national businesses.
- Joe Easterly
This work, originally published in 1907, is reprinted by Milne Library at the State University of New York College at Geneseo as part of the Genesee Valley Historical Reprints series. The Genesee Valley Historical Collection is Milne Library's largest and most accessible collection of local history materials. Its geographical scope covers the eight counties surrounding the Genesee River in New York State: Allegany, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Steuben and Wyoming. For more information, see: http://go.geneseo.edu/gvhr.
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About the Author: Mrs. W.H. McClellandNo biography available at this time.
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