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I'd recommend this for anyone who loves cooking and loves American history!
For those interested in the history of cooking this is an historical gem, especially as a facsimile and with the Wilson essay as an introduction.
The book I have contains the dog-eared and stained copy from the Bitting Collection and includes a forward by Mary Tolford Wilson.
A must have for history buffs and cooks alike. Terrific insight into the early culinary exploits of our founding mothers, cooks, and chefs.Published 13 days ago by Sam Hastings
I am writing a book that takes place in the 1820's, and this book is essential for the book I am writing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anne Wingate
The early English is a bit hard to follow some times where the small "s" looks more like the lower case " f ".Published 1 month ago by Patrick J. Fitzgerald
Reading it in the language of the day took some minor deciphering but that only added to its appeal. A nice glimpse into the founding years of our country.Published 1 month ago by Pamela K