Original Boston Cooking-School Cookbook-1896

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In 1896, Fannie Merritt Farmer, principal of the Boston Cooking School, created the first cookbook which called for standardized measurements--a level cupfu, teaspoonful, and tablespoonful. Now, a century later, modern-day cooks can refer to it again and again, in the tradition of their mothers and grandmothers with this facsimile of the original ...

Original Boston Cooking-School Cookbook-1896 1996, Hugh Lauter Levin Associates

ISBN-13: 9780883631966

100th 100th Anniversary Ed edition