Merry Mixer Cook Book: Successful Methods and Recipes



Merry Mixer Cook Book: Successful Methods and Recipes for Beginners, 1937, Cleveland Plain Dealer:  Cookbook by Helen Robertson that had its origins in her column for the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  “It is THE cookbook for brides.  Even the bridegroom could cook a good dinner by using it.”  First edition, first printing!  Published by Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York, in 1937.  621 pages.  Dust jacket is a mess.  Book is in as-if-new condition.

Chapters on appetizers, beverages, breads, cakes, candies, cereals, cheese, cookies, desserts, dressings, eggs, fish, forcemeats, frostings, fruits and nuts, frying in deep fat, game, griddle cakes, ice creams, icings, jams, jellies and marmalade, left-overs, macatoni, meats and poultry, meat and vegetable sauces, meat left-overs, noodles, nuts, pastries and pies, salads, sandwiches, sauces, soups, stuffings, vegetables, and waffles.

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