New Settlement Cook Book, 1991, Revised and Enlarged Thirty-first Edition, Excellent Condition: The tried-and-true recipes of the first Settlement Cook Book, first published in 1901, with a revised format, with additional recipes and modern methods. The revision and expansion was done by the Settlement Cook Book Company, the company first established by the cookbook ladies of the Settlement in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, after the first two editions of their cookbook proved their cookbook was going to be a smashing success. “The First Classic Collection of American Ethnic Recipes.”
This cookbook was published in 1982 and 1991 by Simon and Schuster, New York. This copy is in mint condition, a hard cover book with perfect dust jacket. 813 pages. The pages are perfect. The hinges and binding are perfect. The cookbook is as new as if you’d just taken it off the shelf at Barnes and Noble.
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