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1915 Cookbook  Low Cost Cooking by Florence Nesbitt - American School of Home Economics

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Ms. Jeannie loves when she comes across an antique item that is still prevalent today. And that is exactly the case with this thrifty little hardcover cookbook published in 1915.

Low Cost Cooking: A Manual of Cooking, Diet, Home Management and Care of Children for Housekeepers Who must Conduct Their Homes with Small Expenditure of Money by Florence Nesbitt is a time capsule of proper thoughts and attitudes of the Edwardian era mother. It's 127 pages provides a bevy of economical menus broken down by season, by week and by cost. It also has information on homemaking, food preparation and presentation, nutritional information for children and adults and how to budget your monthly grocery bill.

Contains inquisitive little chapters titles including: Business of Home-Making, Central Household Directions, Home-Made Fireless and when Mother Works Outside the Home

About the Book; Measuring 5.3" inches (width) x 7.75" inches (height). Published 1915 by Home Economcs Association (American School of Home Economics), Chicago, 1915. Book is fully intact with some brown age spots on some pages. There is a rub mark on the spine, as seen in photo. No mildew and no musty smells. A contemporary reprint of this book was mostly recently published in 2001.

About Florence Nesbitt: Earning her B.A., Florence was a field supervisor and dietitian for the Department of Relief and Juvenile Court of Chicago. She was also a lecturer for the Chicago Visiting Nurses' Association and Visiting Housekeeper of the United Charities of Chicago.
Ms. Jeannie Ology

1915 Cookbook Low Cost Cooking by Florence Nesbitt - American School of Home Economics

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