Yes, we have the cookbook. See it here: Fruit Recipes, 1907, Riley M. Fletcher Berry. A Manual of Food Values of Fruits and Nine Hundred Different Ways of Using Them
Fruit Recipes, 1907, Riley M. Fletcher Berry. A Manual of Food Values of Fruits and Nine Hundred Different Ways of Using Them: Book in good antique condition. Front and back hinges have been reinforced with clear librarian’s tape. Reference book with recipes published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, in 1907. Hardback with 341 pages. First edition, first printing. In good antique condition. Hinges have been reinforced with clear librarian’s tape. Cover has moderate shelf wear. Pages are completely clean and clear. This is a scholarly work, with the author writing out of the Orchard of Palms, Orlando, Florida.
The information and recipes are for apples, pear, quince, medlar and loquat, peach and apricot, cherry, plum, papaw, persimmon, grape, olive, melons, berries, lemon, orange, citron, bergamot, limeberry, kumquat, and rrifoliata, pomelo, lime, tangelo, and citrange, pineapple, banana, fig, date, cocoanut, guava, pomegranate, avocado, custard apple, cherimoya, sweet and sour sop, pond apple, mangosteen, sapodilla, mammee apota, egg fruit, star apple, cocoa plum, and “some of the less known fruits.”