Settlement Cook Book, 1951, Excellent Vintage Condition! Thirtieth Edition: This copy of the Settlement Cook Book is in very good condition! The cover of the book is darn near perfect. The hinges are in excellent shape, as is the binding. There’s a spot on the title page, and spots on the French salad dressing page. Other that those exceptions, every page is clean and clear. This historic cookbook was compiled by Mrs. Simon Kander and published by the Settlement Cook Book Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I doubt if anyone ever used this cookbook. (After the French dressing was mixed, that is.) Hard cover with 624 pages. Definitely gift quality! Better than these images, actually, because there are smudges on the scanner! Yes, this is the “way to a man’s heart” cookbook!
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