Cooking for two; a handbook for young housekeepers (1909) Janet McKenzie Hill

Cooking for two; a handbook for young housekeepers

Cooking for two



The best things are nearest. . . . Then do not grasp at the stars, but do life's plain, common work as it comes, certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things of life."

Some contents of the book:

I. A Talk On Food I 

Ii. The Gas Range, Tables Of Measures, UtenSils, Supplies, Etc 14 

Iii. Water, Making Of Tea, Coffee, Etc. . . 27 

Iv. Cooking Of True Proteids, Tissue Builders, 

Milk And Cheese 39 

V. Cooking Of True Proteids Continued: Eggs 56 

Vi. Cooking Of True Proteids Continued: Fish . • 73 

Vii. Cooking Of True Proteids Continued: Meat 93 

Viii. Left-overs Of Meat, Fish, Etc 122 

Ix. Gelatinous Soups And Jellies. Proteid 

Sparers , . . . 131 

X. Introducing The Cooking Of Carbohydrates, 

The True Heat And Work Foods . . 141 

Xi. Carbohydrates (Work Foods) Continued. 154 
Xii. Introducing The Great Fuel Foods: Fats 

(Cream, Butter, Olive Oil, And Salads) . 186 

Xiii. Foods Supplying Mineral Salts And Organic 

Acids, More Particularly Fruit . . 212 

Xiv. Sugar: A Great Source Of Heat And Energy 229 
Xv. Preservation Of Fruit And Vegetables By 

Canning, Etc 252 

Xvi. Flour Mixtures: Quick Bread.... 272 
Xvii. Flour Mixtures Continued: Bread And 

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