Catalog Record: [Culinary ephemera : gelatin and tapioca]. Box 280 | HathiTrust Digital Library

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[Culinary ephemera :
gelatin and tapioca].
Box 280.

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Language(s): English
Published: 1906-1959.
Subjects: Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.
Culinary ephemera (Promotional)
Cookbooks.
Salads.
Desserts.
Cooking (Gelatin)
Gelatin.
Note: Corporate contributors include: E.C. Rich; Genesee Pure Food Co.; Charles B. Knox Gelatine Co.; General Foods Sales Co., Inc.; and Standard Brands Incorporated.
Item [25] promotes Knox gelatin as a salad ingredient. Includes eight gelatin salad recipes and a "recipe for nicer nails"; menus; brief history of salad; advice on preparing and serving salads; general instructions for preparing gelatins; and images of product packaging and serving suggestions. Sample recipes: Sputnik salad, Humpty-Dumpty salad, and salad รก la Boston.
Item [24] promotes Knox gelatin for strengthening fingernails. Includes ten tips for keeping hands attractive; history of hand care; directions for using Knox gelatin to strengthen nails; and image of product packaging. No recipes.
Item [23] promotes Knox gelatin as a valuable ingredient for diabetic patient diets. Includes soup, salad, and desert recipes; menu; health information regarding diabetes; acceptable food lists; fold-out food exchange chart; advertisements for the product; offers for more health booklets; and images of product packaging. Sample recipes: tongue mousse, Washington salad, and prune whip.
Item [22] promotes Knox gelatin and the Knox choice-of-foods diet. Includes broth, salad, aspic, meat mold, and dessert recipes; menu; questions and answers regarding the diet; tables with desirable weights for men and women; tips for the recipes and menus presented; fold-out choice-of-foods diet list chart; advertisments for the product; offer for additional copies of the chart and other diet booklets; and images of product packaging, serving suggestions, and period dress. Sample recipes: jellied madrilene, cottage cheese in tomato aspic, and egg nog chiffon pudding.
Item [21] promotes Knox gelatin as a valuable ingredient in a low salt diet to combat hypertension. Includes broth, soup, spread, salad, dressing, meat mold, and dessert recipes (nutritional values included); tables with ideal weights for men and women; diet information for hypertension; descriptions of Knox gelatin as a health food; seasonings and flavorings that can be substituted for salt; instructions on how to prepare the Knox gelatin drink; advertisement; offer for the following health-related cook books: "Feeding Sick Patients," "Colitis and Digestive Disorders," "Peptic Ulcer Dietary," "Reducing," "Feeding Diabetic Patients," and "The Effect of Gelatine on Fragile Fingernails"; and images of product packaging, serving suggestions, and period dress. Sample recipes: banana custard, Spanish cream, and jellied mushrooms for cold meat. Marked: K10-55.
Item [20] promotes Knox gelatin as a valuable ingredient for losing weight. Includes broth, soup, spread, salad, dessert, and low calorie confection recipes (nutritional values included); menu; list of foods that aid in weight loss; tips on determining food values; information and advertisement for the product; offer for "Feeding Sick Patients," "Colitis and Digestive Disorders," "Peptic Ulcer Dietary," and "Feeding Diabetic Patients" cookbooks; and image of product packaging. Sample recipes: Dutch flummery, prune salad, and low calorie spread. Damaged: middle pages detaching from binding.
Item [19] promotes Knox gelatin. Includes five ice cream and three dessert recipes; description of the product; offer for more Knox recipe booklets to help with war-time meal planning; and image of serving suggestion. Sample recipes: velvet ice cream, angel parfait, and lemon ice.
Item [18] promotes Knox gelatin. Includes three double-sided cards with dessert recipes; information about the product; advertisements; offers for Mrs. Knox's new recipe book; and images of serving suggestions and product packaging. Sample recipes: orange marmalade chiffon pie, fresh fruit ring, and fresh grapefruit dessert.
Item [17] is similar to item [14] but includes a different list of restricted and permitted foods and does not have the table outlining special diets. Recipes are the same. Sample recipes: liver and bacon loaf, tomato aspic with strained vegetables, and Philadelphia vanilla ice cream.
Item [16] is similar to item [15] but includes frequently asked questions and answers regarding peptic ulcers; and images of period dress and serving suggestions. Sample recipes: rice dessert, jellied chicken and pureed vegetables, and asparagus Bavarian salad.
Item [15] promotes Knox gelatin as a valuable ingredient for feeding those with peptic ulcers. Includes soup, meat mold, salad, and dessert recipes (nutritional values included); menus; dietary advice for those with peptic ulcers; advertisement for the product; offers for other Knox gelatin cook books including "Feeding Sick Patients," "Reducing Diets," and "Help with the Diet in Colitis and Digestive Disorders"; and image of product packaging. Sample recipes: chicken cream salad, jellied cream of tomato soup, and chicken mousse.
Item [14] promotes Knox gelatin as a valuable ingredient for feeding the sick and convalescent. Includes soup, broth, meat mold, salad, and dessert recipes (nutritional values included); advice on feeding the sick and convalescent; table outlining special diets; advertisment and information about the product; offers for other Knox gelatin cook books including "Help with the Diet in Colitis and Digestive Disorders," "Reducing Diets," and "Feeding Diabetic Patients"; and images of product packaging. Sample recipes: jellied chicken broth, fish and cheese loaf, and mineral oil mayonnaise.
Item [13] promotes Knox gelatin as a valuable ingredient for diabetic patient diets. Includes broth and soup, vegetable, salad, dressing, dessert, and confection recipes (nutritional values included); sample diabetic menus; medical advice on feeding diabetic patients; nutritional values of common foods; advertisements and information for the product; offer for the other specialty recipe books "Feeding Sick Patients," "Reducing Diets," and "Peptic Ulcer Dietary"; image of period dress; and an index. Sample recipes: jellied tomato broth, carrot and spinach mold, and pimiento salad.
Item [12] promotes Knox gelatin and stretching the food budget by using leftovers to create new meals. The recipes are attributed to a Mrs. Knox. Includes six gelatin side dish and entree recipes; descriptions of how using Knox gelatin can can save you grocery money; advertisement for the product; offer for the recipe book "Desserts, Salads, Candies, and Frozen Dishes"; and illustrations of product packaging. Sample recipes: Mrs. Knox's java mould, Mrs. Knox's cottage pudding, and Mrs. Knox's fish surprise.
Item [11] promotes Knox Jell flavored gelatin dessert and Knox sparkling gelatin. Includes salad, dessert, novelty, and side dish recipes; descriptions of how Knox Jell is a superior gelatin product; advertisements for both the flavored and sparkling gelatins; an offer for a premium catalog of gifts that can be redeemed for coupons off of the gelatin boxes; and images of product packaging and serving suggestions. Sample recipes: lemon marshmallow cream, spiced apple sauce dessert, and mint jelly.
Item [10] is similar to item [4] except it promotes Minute tapioca. Includes nine recipe cards: one pie, one entree, one soup, and six dessert recipes. Sample recipes: shrimp and celery chowder, scalloped cauliflower and ham, and mocha tapioca meringue. Marked: 1068-296, 1068-295, 1068-113, 1068-310, 1068-118, 1068-218, 1068-216, 1068-117, and 1068-300.
Item [9] is similar to item [6] except that it promotes Royal vanilla pudding. Includes three dessert recipe cards: peanut brittle pudding, lemon meringue pudding, and butterscotch sauce.
Item [8] is similar to item [6] except that it promotes Royal chocolate pudding made with Arrowroot starch. Includes one dessert recipe card for chocolate bread pudding.
Item [7] is similar to item [6] except that it promotes Royal gelatin in desserts instead of meat dishes. Includes six recipe cards: three dessert, two salad, and one pie recipe. Sample recipes: spicy pear dessert, beet and apple salad, and raspberry Argentine.
Item [6] promotes institutional size Royal gelatin aspic. Includes three recipe cards: one with general information about preparing the product, one salad recipe, and one meat recipe; list of other institutionally-sized products of Standard Brands Incorporated such as Fleishmann's yeast and baking powder, Diamalt, Royal baking powder, Royal Arrowfoot puddings, and Chase & Sanborn's coffee and tea. Sample recipes: jellied tuna fish and vegetables and pressed veal loaf.
Item [5] is similar to item [4] but promotes D-Zerta instead of Jell-O. Includes twelve recipe cards: three dessert recipes and nine salad recipes. Sample recipes: cheese and pineapple salad, pineapple and celery salad, and orange Bavarian cream. Marked: 1068-198, 1068-200, 1068-201, 1068-202, 1068-203, 1068-204, 1068-205, 1068-206, 1068-207, 1068-208, 1068-209, and 1068-210.
Item [4] promotes Jell-O and is part of a series of tested recipes developed specially for quantity service by General Foods Sales Co., Inc. Includes eight recipe cards: six dessert recipes and two salad recipes; records of costs; and offers for free recipe cards. Sample recipes: red crest tomato aspic, raspberry twinkle, and under-the-sea salad. Marked: 641, 644, 1068-75, 1068-82, 1068-102, 1068-232, 1068-293, 1068-309.
Item [3] promotes Knox sparkling gelatin. Includes gelatin dessert and side dish recipes; advice for using the product; advertisement for product; offer to send in for the illustrated recipe book "Dainty Desserts for Dainty People"; and images of serving suggestions. Some recipes include wine, beer, or liquor as an ingredient. Sample recipes: Spanish cream, coffee jelly, and chocolate blanc mange.
Item [2] promotes Jello-O products. Includes descriptions of the processes used to make Jell-O; information and map explaining the origins of the different ingredients used in Jell-O; and images of product packaging, the Genesee Pure Food Company factory, and period dress. No recipes.
Item [1] promotes Tryphosa gelatin. "Margaret B. Stewart" is hand-written on the front of the pamphlet. Includes dessert and side dish recipes; advertisement for Imperial Wine Jelly; and illustrations of serving suggestions, product packaging, and period dress. Some recipes include wine, beer, or liquor as an ingredient. Sample recipes: mint with capers, maccaroon nesselrode, and mint frappe. Marked: 6865.
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