Woman's home receipt book /
by Annie R. Gregory ; assisted by one thousand homekeepers ; approved and endorsed by A. Chabrison, for ten years chef of the Union League Club, Chicago, now of Grand Pacific Hotel.
|Main Author:||Gregory, Annie R.|
|Related Names:||Chabrison, A.|
Chicago, Ill. : W.S. Reeve Publishing Co., c1902.
Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.
Oils and fats, Edible.
Care of the sick.
Table setting and decoration.
Advertisement included on p. 
Recipes are attributed.
This is one of the versions in which the ill. are not in the order called for in the table of ill. (p. -), which accounts for the deletion of page references in that table.
"There are 610 pages in this volume. The sixteen full-page, half-tone illustrations and the colored plates should be added to the last folio number (578) indicated, giving a total of 610 pages"--P. 578.
"Ko-nut versus Lard": p. 434-435.
"The subject of carving / by A.Chabrison, Chef, Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago": p. - and the subsequent  pages of plates.
"Three thousand helpful suggestions and recipes"--P. 11.
"... three books, bound under one cover. Book I. is intended for the inexperienced housekeeper ... Book II. is devoted to various health foods-- soups, without meats ..., to the cooking of vegetables, cereals, the making of salads without meat ... Book III. is devoted to household economics, nursing the sick, the toilet, the care of the kitchen, laundry ..."--P. 8.
Published in 1902 under title: Woman's favorite cook book. Also issued (c1902) as: The American family receipt book, Canada's favorite cook book, The ideal cook book, and Woman's home receipt book.
, 7-578,  p.,  p. of plates :
ill. (some col.) ;
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