Emily Dickinson: Profile of the Poet as Cook with Selected Recipes, 1976: Booklet published in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1975 and printed by Hamilton I. Newell. Written by Guides at the Dickinson Homestead: Nancy Harris Brose, Juliana McGovern Dupre, Wendy Tocher Kohler, and the Resident-Curator, Jean McClure Mudge. Stapled booklet in excellent vintage condition. 28 pages. Cover has some shelf wear. Pages are all clear and clean. Staples are tight.
Booklet has biographical details relating to Dickinson’s life as a cook, including her relationships with friends and relatives, plus photographs of food-related portions of her home and belongings. The 16 recipes in the booklet include one bread recipe, one gingerbread recipe, two puddings, ten cake recipes, and two recipes for wine.
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