Excerpt from Aunt Mary's New England Cook Book: A Collection of Useful and Economical Cooking Receipts, All of Which Have Been Practically Tested
A new england mother, bringing up a large family, desir ous of properly providing healthy, attractive, and palatable food for them, has, in her experience, collected many valua ble receipts; a thorough trial of them has resulted in the gathering together of these in this little book. N 0 claim is made for a collection of fancy or artistic formulas, but great care has been used to give only tried receipts. They are offered as being of real practical use, furnishing food that is healthy and nutritious. The majority of Cook Books are filled with receipts, a large proportion of which are never used, being beyond the requirements and means of most fam ilies. These are within the reach of every housekeeper, and if carefully followed, satisfactory and beneficial results are certain.
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