Baked Alaska from Southern Cooking, 1928: One great recipe from Mrs. S. R. (Henrietta) Dull’s masterpiece, Southern Cooking.
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Southern Cooking, 1928: First edition, first printing copy of an absolutely classic cookbook written by Mrs. S.R. Dull and published in 1928 by The Ruralist Press, Atlanta, Georgia. It was re-issued, without revision, in 1941, by Grosset & Dunlap, New York. This copy has no dust jacket. The cover has some wear. The hinges have been reinforced with clear librarian’s tape. Binding is sound. Pages have some minor spotting. Last page of the index and the back fly leaf are torn. 350 pages.
The 1928 and 1941 editions were illustrated by Lucina Wakefield. These illustrations were NOT included in the later editions. You can see why.
Mrs. Henrietta Dull, of Atlanta, Georgia, was the South’s outstanding culinary expert. She lectured and wrote about preparation of food “in the Southern way” for forty years. Southern Cooking is a complete cookbook. From appetizers and soups to desserts and preserves, the whole range of cooking is covered.
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