Connecticut Cookbook: Being a Collection of Recipes From Connecticut Kitchens Equally Adapted for Wartime and Peacetime, Compiled by the Woman’s Club of Westport and Illustrated by Connecticut Artists. Published by Harper & Brothers, Publishers, New York in 1944. The introduction says, “The emphasis in this cookbook is on the preparation of good food under the trying conditions of wartime [during World War II].” Edited by Mrs. John Van Nostrand Dorr and Lousene Rousseau Fry. Hard cover with NO dust jacket. 261 pages. Never used. Near mint. Definitely gift quality.
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