Vintage Cook Book Typo Research

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

” This Emily Post cookbook from 1951 is one of my favorite finds ever. The design, typography, and illustrations are amazing; the entire thing is letterpressed; the recipes are simple; and all the content is so entertaining and filled with tips for “proper” etiquette and manners. I could probably read this cover-to-cover and enjoy every minute.

One of my favorite lines (there are many) might be, “If when fishing you should catch an eel, don’t throw it away.” Good to know.”

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Oldest recipe I ever came across...december 14, 2011 “recipe from 1850”

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Revere’s Guide – Pages 28 & 29

Revere’s Guide to Better Cooking

Published in 1941 by Revere Copper and Brass Inc.

Revere's Guide - Pages 28 & 29

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