$48.00– Sold Out
With the 1949 edition of Mrs. Simon Kander's The Settlement Cook Book, embark on a culinary tour through American history. This hardcover cookbook is more than just a collection of recipes; it's a cultural artifact.
Initially published in 1901 as a tool to aid immigrants in adapting to American life, this book bridges culinary cultures, featuring a diverse array of recipes from Jewish and Eastern European cuisine to American dishes.
"The Settlement Cook Book" is not just a recipe book; it's a testament to the resilience and adaptability of the American spirit. It’s a must-have for anyone interested in the history of American cooking and the cultural fusion that defines our culinary landscape.
This vintage item has been previously owned and shows signs of wear typical for its age. The cover has minor stains, the binding shows wear, and the back cover has some damage, possibly from a cooking accident. These imperfections add to the book's character and historical value. Please refer to the photos for more details, and contact us if you have any questions or need additional information.
We source from local estate sales in the Great Lakes Bay Region, only purchasing the highest quality books.
After photos are shot, the book is immediately placed in a clear self-sealed bag, stored in a climate-controlled room for protection until you purchase.
When shipping, your book is double-bagged using kraft bubble mailer's for protection.
Reading Vintage offers Free Media Mail shipping on our books, valid only in the United States.
Have any questions? Feel free to Contact me. Pam of Reading VintageWho We Are