Omelet Recipe from Mary Frances Cook Book, 1912: Here’s the recipe for the omelet that Mary Frances feeds the tramp. (See image.)
Of course we have the cookbook. See it here: https://www.vintagecookbook.com/product/mary-frances-cook-book-1912/
Mary Frances Cook Book or Adventures Among the Kitchen People, by Jane Eayre Fryer, with illustrations by Margaret G. Hays and Jane Allen Boyer. Published by The John C. Winston Co., Philadelphia, in 1912. Presumed first edition, first printing, no other being mentioned. Hard cover. 175 pages, with several charming illustrations on every page. “A book for all little girls who love to help Mother.” Pages are all clean and clear. One page as a little piece torn off the edge, smaller than a dime. One page has a tear at the bottom, about an inch. The binding is loose, but holding. The hinges are intact.
Picture on the front of the cover is in good condition, with Mary Frances dancing with the Kitchen People: Toaster Man, Baking Dish and Potato Masher, Platter and Ladle, Frying Pan and Basket, Perforated Skimmer and Can Opener, Round and Square Cake Tins, Iron Griddle and Little Pitcher, Fork, Knife and Spoon. The most charming child’s cookbook of all!