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    • The Rumford Way

    • Baking; Baking Powder; Cookbooks
    • This cook book was compiled by Janet McKenzie Hill. It is sixty-eight pages and contains many recipes using Rumford Baking Powder, all of which have been tested. These recipes are relatively inexpensive to make and are a perfect fit for daily use...
    • The Hand and Cornucopia

    • Baking; Baking Powder; Cookbooks
    • This eighty-page cook book was published in 1885 by Price Baking Powder Company. Recipes include breads, biscuits, cakes, pastries, puddings, etc. that incorporate Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and/pr Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts. An...
    • Corn Products Cook Book

    • Cookbooks;
    • This cook book was compiled by Emma Churchman Hewitt and published by the Corn Products Refining Company circa 1900. Forty pages long, it serves to advertise Karo corn syrup, Kingsford corn starch, and Mazola corn oil as included recipes contain...
    • Imagine Me a Real Good Cook

    • Cookbooks;
    • This pamphlet was created by Rumford Chemical Works in 1946. It contains twenty recipes for using alum-free Rumford Baking Powder in biscuits, muffins, cookies, cakes and frostings. It serves as a preview to the Rumford Complete Cook Book, which...
    • Banana Frozen Desserts

    • Cookbooks;
    • This four-page pamphlet includes six frozen banana dessert recipes with variations. It was created circa 1940 and serves as a supplement to the cook book "Banana Salad Bazaar."
    • The New Dr. Price Cook Book

    • Baking; Cookbooks; Baking Powder;
    • The New Dr. Price Book Book was published in 1921 by the Royal Baking Powder Co. The book is 50 pages and includes recipes implementing Dr. Price's phosphate baking powder that are useful for home meals, as well as many new and unusual recipes for...
    • Vegetables in Your Meals

    • Cookbooks; Cooking;
    • "Vegetables in Your Meals" is a cook book created by extension nutritionist May E. Foley and issued in 1941 by the extension service of Massachusetts State College. It is thirty-two pages and includes recipes on a variety of vegetables. An index...
    • Home Canning by the Cold Pack Method

    • Canning and Preserving;
    • This twenty-eight-page book was published by the International Harvester Company of New Jersey in 1917. It includes directions on how and what to can using the cold-packing method. Imperial Brand and Daynight Brand fruit jar rings, products of the...
    • Canning Preserving and Jelly Making

    • Cookbooks;
    • This twenty-four-page cook book was released circa 1920 and includes recipes for canning, preserving and jelly/jam-making. It advertises the use of a "Wear-Ever" aluminum roaster and a "Wear-Ever" preserving kettle for these methods, trademark...
    • New Uses for Rumford Baking Powder

    • Cookbooks;
    • This pamphlet includes twelve recipes that incorporate Rumford's all-phosphate baking powder. These recipes were tested by a New York food specialist with powders having cream of tarter and/or alum bases, all of which produced unsatisfactory...
    • Old-fashioned Molasses Goodies

    • Cookbooks; Cooking (Molasses);
    • This cook book was compiled by Ruth Washburn Jordan in 1934. Forty-eight pages in length, it contains recipes for gingerbread, cakes, cookies, pies, puddings/sauces, breads/muffins, waffles, candies, and more. It serves as an advertisement for Brer...
    • Reliable Recipes

    • Baking; Cookbooks; Baking Powder;
    • Reliable Recipes is a concise collection of tested recipes used by Calumet baking schools. Published by the Calumet Baking Powder Co., this cook book is seventy-five pages long and contains three inserts. Color illustrations, a list of ideal meal...
    • New Magic in the Kitchen

    • Cookbooks;
    • New Magic in the Kitchen is a sixty-four-page cook book released circa 1931. It contains 175 recipes made with sweetened condensed milk, and as designed for the daily housewife. Color illustrations and a table of weights and measure equivalents are...
    • How to Can Fruits and Vegetables

    • Cookbooks;
    • This sixteen-page book was published by the Ball Brothers Company circa 1940 and suggests the use of Ball brand fruit jars. It provides instructions on how to can fruits, vegetables and syrups via six different canning methods. Canning hints and...
    • Successful Preserving with Kold-Pak Jar Rubbers

    • Canning and Preserving;
    • This sixteen-page cook book was published by the Mechanical Rubber Company in 1917. It shows how to can vegetables via the cold-packing method, and advertises the use of Kold-Pak jar rubbers. The directions were recommended by the Department of...
    • Recipes

    • Cookbooks;
    • This thirty-two page cook book was released circa 1920 and contains recipes ranging from beverages, soups and meats to pastries, desserts and candies. It serves as an advertisement for Wilson's evaporated milk, which is incorporated in the recipes.
    • Information for the Modern Home Canner

    • Cookbooks;
    • This six-page pamphlet was released circa 1930 and suggests the use of Presto jars, rings and closures for canning, as they were tested and approved by the Delineator Institute, Good Housekeeping Institute, and Household Searchlight. It includes a...
    • Royal Baker and Pastry Cook

    • Baking; Baking Powder; Cookbooks
    • Royal Baker and Pastry Cook was published in 1911 by The Royal Baking Powder Co. It is 46 pages long, including a variety of recipes ranging from meats to desserts to beverages. The claim to fame of Royal Baking Powder is its pure ingredients: it...

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