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The New Buckeye Cook Book 1890

The New Buckeye Cook Book 1890

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THE
NEW
BUCKEYE
COOK
BOOK
A
REVISED
AND
ENLARi&EDEDITION
OF
Practical
Housekeeping.
A
Careft/l
Compilat^ion
of
Tried
andApproved
'
Recipes
for
ali^
Departments
of
THE
Household.
SOLD
ONLY
BY
SUBSCRIPTION.
-THE
HOME
PUBLISHING
CO.,
Dayton,
Ohio,
and
Minneapolis,
Minn.
i8qo.
 
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE.
This
book
is
arevised
and
enlarged
edition
of
Practicai.
Housekkeping;
containing
nearly
twice
as
much
matter
as
old
edition,
and
at
but
slight
advau'
in
price.
Encouraged
by
the
-warm
reception
accordedformer
editions,
we
this
before
the
people,confidentthat
it
is
the
best
and
most
comple^
,,
i-/96
household
management
in
existence,
that
it
will
enter
and
bless
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and
be
valued
far
beyond
its
price.
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Copyright,
1888,
by
Eatelle
W.
Printed
and
Bound
at
tbe
UnitedBrethren
FubllHliing
Bouse,Dayton,
Ohio.
 
PREFACE.
Even
the
experienced
housekeeper
frequently
feels
the
need
of
a
trustworthy
book
of
reference
regarding
household
matters,
to
which
she
may
confidentlyapply,
torefresh
her
memory
or
to
sup-
ply
knowledge
which
her
experience
has
not
furnished.
To
the
young
wife,
who
enters
upon
the
task
of
home-making
with
httle
experience,
such
a
book
is
invaluable
and
almost
indispensable.
Experiments
which
fail
are
costly
in
material,
as
wellas
in
courage,
and
no
young
housekeepercan
afford
to
blunder
into
a
knowledge
of
her
duties,
when
withsuch
simple
and
explicit
instructions
as
any
experienced
house-wife
could
give,
disastrous
failures
may
be
avoided.
Many
of
the
books
which
have
resulted
from
attempts
to
give
such
instructions
in
print
have
been
partial
failures,
either
be-
cause
the
authors
were
too
literary
to
be
practical
housekeepers,
or,
being
good
housekeepers,
and
familiar
with
the
subjects
treated,
found
it
difficult
to
realize
the
complete
ignorance
of
the
youngand
untrained,
and
in
consequence
failed
to
express
clearly
and
con-
cisely
the
full
processes
in
detail.
In
gathering
thematerial
for
The
Buckeye
Cook-Book,
the
one
aim
has
been
to
pack
into
it
the
great-est
possible
amount
of
information
of
real
value
to
housekeepers
ofthat
large
class
who
by
choice
or
necessity
look
carefully
after
the
management
of
their
households,
planning
to
get
the
best
possible
returns
for
the
money
expended.
This
is
not
a
hap-hazard
collection
of
recipes,
clipped
at
random
from
doubtful
sources,
but
has
been
naade
up,
without
sparing
time,
labor
or
expense,
from
the
choicest
bits
of
the
best
experience
of
hundreds
who
have
long
traveled
the
daily
round
of
household
duties,
not
reluctantly
like
drudges,
but
lovingly,
with
heart
and
hand
fully
enlisted
in
the
work.
Those
housewives,
especially,
whose
purses
are
not
over-plethoric
will,
it
is
believed,find
its
pages
full
of
timely
and
helpful
suggestions
in
their