What sage advice for the beginning cook!
“Your larder is so bounteously filled with good things of all kinds that you may succeed with only a moderate mount of judgement and care on your part in putting a good dinner before your friends…”
“I hope the very few principles I attempt to lay down may enable you to produce your most excellent victuals in a simple and, notwithstanding the simplicity, in their most succulent form.”
Grid is, by far, one of my favorite cookbook authoresses.She brings us such delights as: I must confess to a weakness for asparagus in mid-winter.
Other Fun Discoveries
- Satisfaction in Repast: Judicious Selection and Perfect Cookery
- Miss Corson’s Practical American Cookery, Front Matter ~1886
- Calumet Baking Powder ~1917