Mrs. Gilpin’s Frugalities: Remnants, and 200 Ways of Using Them, 1883: Cookbook written by Susan Anna Brown and originally published by Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1883. First edition, presumed first printing, no other being mentioned. Hard cover with pictorial covered boards. 102 pages.
A charming Victorian cook book on 200 ways to best use leftovers in order to avoid food waste in the American household. She has sprinkled amongst the recipes many different types of soups, crumbed haddock, haddock souffle, pickled salmon, corned beef hash, Shepherd’s pie, Turkish Pilap, along with veal dishes, deviled goose, and wide assortment of vegetable dishes. This is an exquisite reproduction from the Treasures of the Library of Congress reprints series, printed by the Eaton Press in 1994. It is in absolutely mint condition.
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