The Mystery Chef's Own Cookbook by John Macpherson 1945 The Blakiston Company

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Description

Scottish-born John MacPherson began cooking his own meals in a boarding house and learned the art of cooking. He was trained as a chemical engineer, but his lifelong hobby was cooking.

He admits that he's a mystery chef because cooking was not a man's province at the time of the writing. The style of the writer is warm and friendly. So naturally, you want to make his recipes. 

The Mystery Chef's Own Cookbook is an excellent addition to your vintage wartime recipe collection or home library.

Condition

The book The Mystery Chef's Own Cookbook is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the wear and tear on the dust jacket as shown in the photos.

Please use pictures as a guide. Have any questions or need more photos, ask.

The vintage items I share with you have been previously owned and loved. They may show some wear as is typical for vintage pieces. 

Book dimensions:8x6x1

 




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Approximately 640,000 tons of books are deposited in the landfill annually at an average weight of 4 pounds each. This averages out to about 320 million books discarded each year that are not recycled. Wow!

As avid readers become more conscious of the environmental consequence of disposable books, we are looking for a more sustainable way to shop.

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Most readers don't imagine when buying a new book how much paper we are using and what will happen to that paper in a year or two. 

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I'm passionate about preserving our past and passionate about the power of books to tell stories.

Because my goal at Reading Vintage is to connect readers to books, I hope to save these books from the landfill. 

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