Patty Pans: A Cook Book for Beginners, 1929, 1930



Patty Pans: A Cook Book for Beginners, 1929, 1930: Written by Florence LaGanke, some of the material in this cookbook originally appeared in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. LaGanke says she took her title from Louisa May Alcott’s book, Little Men. Written in conversational tone, each chapter of the cookbook features one recipe, ranging from apple sauce to Salmon Wiggle, from Baked Ham with Raisin Sauce to College Fudge. Hard covered book published by Little, Brown, and Company, Boston. First published in 1929, this copy is from the 1930 third printing. Cute illustrations–food and implements with faces–by W. Prentice Phillips. 268 pages. Cover has some light shelf wear. Hinges are perfect. Pages are all clean and clear. Binding is sound.

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