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Synopsis: Food, Cooking & Recipes The Shelf2Life Food, Cooking & Recipes Collection is a unique set of pre-1923 cookbooks and other materials focused on food preparation, preservation and cooking instruction. From recipes for steamed dumplings, roast beef and pumpkin soup to peach pie, soft molasses gingerbread and baked custard, these titles offer ample instructions, all while igniting the senses. Tucked between pages teaching the art of carving and kitchen cleaning techniques are lively poems, songs and diary excerpts from enthusiasts around the world singing the praises of food. The Shelf2Life Food, Cooking & Recipes Collection provides cooking and baking enthusiasts a one-of-a-kind culinary experience from the kitchens of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
"The Blue Ribbon Cook Book" is a timely collection that is certain to bring more than just a bit of Kentucky flavor to the family dinner table. -- Larry Cox "Tucson Citizen"
All in all, it's a marvelous read, and a delicious way to revisit the commonwealth's culinary tradition. -- Pableaux Johnson "courier-journal.com"
Indeed, if you had only one cookbook in your home, this wouldn't be a bad one to consider, with its comprehensive, concise and easy-to-use recipes. -- Scott Hawkins "The Sun Herald"
The entire cookbook is charming. -- Mary Alan Woodward "The Voice-Tribune"
""The Blue Ribbon Cook Book is one of the iconic texts in Kentucky's illustrious cookbook history--and few states have produced as many fine collections of recipes. In this sparkling lineup of food stars, none outshone Miss Jennie. She had it all: the kitchen touch, the business sense, the communication skills, the personality. Kentucky is renowned as a fountainhead of superior cookery in no small part because of Jennie C. Benedict's impact in the food world generations ago." "Comprehensive, concise and easy-to-use recipes." "A timely collection... more than just a bit of Kentucky flavor." -- John Egerton" --
"The BLUE RIBBON COOK BOOK is a Louisville treasure. Not only does it evoke great memories of downtown Saturday lunchces at Stewarts and The Colonnade, but also culinary traditions passed down to me by my grandmother who considered Jennie Benedict the last word on luncheons and entertaining. While friends were busy playing jacks and jumping rope, I was learning to make Charlotte Russe, Benedictine and dreaming up my own Garden Sandwiches for a real tea party. I am eternally grateful.Linda Allison-Lewis KENTUCKY LIVING FOOD COLUMNIST, Author, KENTUCKY'S BEST - 50 Years of Great Recipes" --
""Three cheers to Susan Reigler and the University Press of Kentucky for publishing "Miss Jennie's" Blue Ribbon Cookbook! Susan gets to the heart of this celebrated character in her Introduction to the book; and in addition to the recipes Susan cites, I am fascinated by the chapters on "Menus" at the end of the book. Today's cooks still have much to learn from Jennie Benedict's honest, straightforward, confident writing!" --Kathy Cary, Chef/Owner, Lilly's Bistro, Louisville" --
""The Blue Ribbon Cook Book is a timely collection that is certain to bring more than just a bit of Kentucky flavor to the family dinner table." --Larry Cox, Tucson Citizen" --
""All in all, it's a marvelous read, and a delicious way to revisit the Commonwealth's culinary tradition." --Pableaux Johnson, courier-journal.com" --
""Indeed, if you had only one cookbook in your home, this wouldn't be a bad one to consider, with its comprehensive, concise and easy-to-use recipes." --Scott Hawkins, The Sun Herald" --
Title: The Blue Ribbon Cook Book
Publisher: BCR (Bibliographical Center for Research)
Publication Date: 2009
Book Condition: Good
Book Description BCR (Bibliographical Center for Research), 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1117510549