The Fashion Book of Recipes by Jessie Marie DeBoth 1934

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Embrace the charm of vintage cooking with The Fashion Book of Recipes, penned by Jessie Marie DeBooth in 1934. Although no publisher is listed, this culinary treasure, printed and published in Chicago, Illinois, offers a unique glimpse into the 1930s' home cooking.


  • Title: The Fashion Book of Recipes
  • Author: Jessie Marie DeBooth
  • Publication Date: 1934
  • Printed and Published in: Chicago, Illinois
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 316
  • Dimensions: 8x6x1 inches
  • Condition: poor condition; cookbook has binding issue; smudges yellow from recipes. BUT the many recipes and notes that have been found between the pages have been left for your enjoyment.

Key elements to include:

  •  Authored by Jessie Marie DeBooth, Director of the Homemakers' School of Chicago, New York, and Canada, the book offers an authentic 1930s culinary experience.
  • The handwritten notes and recipes found within its pages add a personal touch, making it a one-of-a-kind find.
  • Whether for a shower, housewarming, or wedding, this book is an excellent choice for those who appreciate vintage charm and culinary history.
  •  Despite its worn condition, its historical value and the personal stories it holds make it a noteworthy addition to any vintage cookbook collection.


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In Summation:

The Fashion Book of Recipes is more than just a cookbook; it's a piece of culinary history that brings the past into your kitchen. Its unique charm and the personal touch of additional notes and recipes make it an invaluable addition to any collection or a thoughtful gift.

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