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Mrs. Neil’s Cooking Secrets by Marion Harris Neil



Mrs. Neil’s Cooking Secrets by Marion Harris Neil: Small but complete cookbook written by Mrs. Neil, former cookery editor of The Ladies’ Home Journal, with a 13-page long first chapter called “The Story of Crisco.” Copyrighted and published in 1925 by The Procter & Gample Co., Cincinnati. Paper cover. 128 pages. Cover has shelf wear, small tears and wrinkles. Binding is firm. Pages are all clean and clear.

Cookbook has chapters on how to choose foods, methods of cooking, the art of carving, soups, fish, meats, vegetables, salads, puddings, sandwiches, pastries, breads, cakes, eggs, and vegetarian dishes.

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