Things Mother Used to Make
Nostalgia has always been a part of cooking, with cooks everywhere trying to recreate the smells and tastes of their home and youth. Lydia Gurney's 1912 "Things Mother Used to Make" has this sense of nostalgia at its heart. As Gurney was a native New Englander, the recipes have a bit of a New England leaning, but anyone craving honest-to-goodness American cooking will find a treasure trove of recipes in this volume.
Author: Lydia Gurney
Size: Height: 9", Width: 6", Thickness: 1/2", Pages: 110.
City and State: Carlisle, MA
Lead time: 1 to 3 days
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Applewood Books is an American Publisher that tells the authentic stories of people, places, ideas and history. Their enduring work engages cultural travelers, enriches community, and informs future stewards. They celebrate their beginnings in 1973, when founder Phil Zuckerman drove his ’53 Saab from Denver to Boston, loaded up with a letterpress, an extra engine, and all his worldly possessions. After a few years learning hand bookbinding, paper making, and editing, Phil launched Applewood Press on July 4, 1976 as America celebrated its 200th anniversary of independence. Great job Applewood! Look for more of their books on LocalWe coming soon.