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All Authors / Contributors: Maria Parloa; Janet McKenzie Hill; Hannah L Wessling; Alice Bradley; Ellen H Richards; Fannie Merritt Farmer; M E Robinson, Miss.; Elizabeth K Burr; Peck, Mrs.; Herbert Hoover; Woodrow Wilson; Charles Lathrop Pack; F W McNess; Walter Baker & Co., Ltd.; Mayor Mitchel's Food Supply Committee.; D. Jayne and Son.; Rumford Company.; United States. Bureau of Home Economics.; Michigan State College.; Royal Baking Powder Company.; Seaboard Flour Company.; Fleischmann Co.; Pillsbury-Washburn Flour Mills Co. Ltd.; Montgomery Ward.; J.L. Hudson Co.; United States Food Administration.; Dept. of Home Economics, University of Arizona.; Food Conservation Committee of St. Joseph County, Ind.; H.P. Hood & Sons.; Home Economocs Dept. , National Civic Federation.; Wahlgreen Publishing Company.; C.I. Hood Co.; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Mayor's Advisory War Committee (Cleveland, Ohio); National War Garden Commission.; Furst-McNess Co.
OCLC Number: 457140534
Notes: Item [1] promotes Baker's chocolate and cocoa. Includes preface-insert (before title page) "Changing the cook book to meet war conditions" by Alice Bradley, principal of Miss Farmer's School of cookery, with "war time index" of choice recipes that may be "made to conform to war time requirements"; the story of the chocolate girl; suggestions on cooking chocolate and cocoa by Ellen H. Richards; chocolate, cocoa, and candy recipes by Maria Parloa, Fannie Merritt Farmer, Miss M.E. Robinson, Elizabeth Kevill Burr, Mrs. Peck, and Janet McKenzie Hill, among others; illustrations of "la belle chocolatière" (the chocolate girl,) factory, product packaging, and serving suggestions; and index. Sample recipes: chocolate meringue pudding, Wellesley loaf cake, and chocolate peanut clusters.
Item [2], produced by a committee of the New York City mayor, promotes economy and saving of food waste as part of the general war effort. Includes advice on buying and caring for food, using leftovers, making and cooking with a fireless cooker, making soap, canning fruits without sugar, canning vegetables, and preserving eggs; suggestions for meat substitutes with recipes; recipes for sauces, salad dressings, fish, vegetables cereals, and bread; and a postscript urging housewives to learn economy in food matters as the U.S. is called upon to make good the food shortages elsewhere in the world caused by the European war. Sample recipes: lentil croquettes, fried smelts, and scalloped tomatoes.
Item [3] promotes Dr. D. Jayne's family medicines. Includes bread recipes that require the minimum of wheat flour (because of its importance for the war effort) and are nutritious, wholesome, and economical; advertisements for Dr. D. Jayne's expectorant, vermifuge, expectorant tablets, carminative, and sanitive pills; illustrations of cooks in period dress; and cover illustrations of Uncle Sam, U.S. flag, and American eagle. Sample recipes: oatmeal bread, potato pie crust, and rice sponge cake. 2 copies.
Item [4] promotes Rumford Baking Powder. Includes 4 booklets, on meat substitutes, cakes and cookies, good breads, and leftovers marked V 79, X 79 1 20, U 79, and T 79, respectively, issued by the Rumford Company in Providence, R.I, and 2 booklets, on salads and fancy drinks and dainty desserts marked 12-22-17 and 2-18-18, respectively, issued by the Rumford Company in Chicago, Ill., each available free for one card found in cans of Rumford Baking Powder. Sample recipes: fish timbales, Scotch woodcock, and hot water sponge cake.
Item [5] promotes the use of natural sugars in fruits and other foods to stretch the sugar ration. Includes table showing sugar equivalent of syrups; suggestions for sugar substitutes in cakes, cookies, breads, muffins, jams, and canning fruit; and fruit dessert, custard, pudding, sauce, cake, and pie recipes. Sample recipes: dried fruit bread pudding, baked creamy rice pudding, and gingerbread. Marked: 20M.
Item [6] promotes Royal Baking Powder. Includes recipes "designed to promote economy in home baking without sacrificing appetizing quality and flavor"; for each recipe two sets of ingredients, Old Way with eggs and New Way with Royal Baking Powder substituted for one or more eggs; tips for cooking with Royal Baking Powder; offer for cook book "Royal baker and pastry cook"; and cover illustrations of woman in period dress and product packaging. Sample recipes: molasses cake, entire wheat prune bread, and chocolate souffle.
Item [7] promotes the use of non-wheat grains to save wheat flour for shipping to the U.S. armed forces and its allies. Includes recipes for breads, cakes, cheese, cookies, doughnuts, fish, griddle cakes, waffles, meats, poultry, muffins, pastries, puddings, and vegetables, with little or no wheat flour; suggested weekly timetable with wheatless and meatless days; and illustrations of battle scenes and on covers of cook in period dress and serviceman surrounded by flags of U.S. and allies. Sample recipes: graham bread, cornmeal fish balls, and potato sausages. Damaged: Cover torn.
Item [8] promotes Fleischmann's Yeast and saving wheat, sugar, milk, and shortening as part of the war effort. Includes tips on storing yeast and the processes of baking yeast bread; bread and muffin recipes; and offer for additional copies. Sample recipes: buckwheat bread and bran muffins. Marked: 481-W.
Item [9] promotes Pillsbury's flours. Includes recipes designed to conserve wheat flour as part the housewife's effort to win the war. Sample recipes: barley flour and wheat flour bread, graham baking powder biscuits, and family pumpernickel.
Item [10] promotes wheatless and meatless days as part of the war effort in the home. Includes 322 recipes compiled for the Patriotic food show of the State Council of Defense of Illinois; explanation of food situation in Europe; suggested substitutions for foods needed by the military, meal plans, and luncheon and dinner dishes; tips on buying food; quotes from Herbert Hoover and President Wilson promoting elimination of food waste and economy in food use; advertisement for Montgomery Ward's Pure Food grocery catalog; and patriotic cover illustration of Lady Liberty and foodstuffs. Sample recipes: cheese souffle, potato soup, and rice bread. Damaged: torn cover.
Item [11] promotes use of wheat substitutes in baking recipes. Includes bread, cake, cookie, and pastry recipes and list giving quantity of wheat substitutes required to equal one cup of flour. Sample recipes: steamed brown bread, barley sponge cake, and Indian date cookies.
Item [12] promotes food guidelines to meet the requests of the U.S. Food Administrations (substitute other grains for wheat, use as little fat as possible, use sugar substitutes, and substitute other proteins for meat) by including recipes for breads, cakes, and meat substitutes adhering to guidelines. Sample recipes: milo maize griddle cakes, Karo mountain white frosting, and cottage cheese souffle.
Item [13] promotes food conservation as part of the war effort. Includes portrait of and letter from President Woodrow Wilson to Herbert Hoover, head of the U.S. Food Administration, encouraging his guidelines and directives and article by Herbert Hoover encouraging voluntary allegiance to the guidelines and directives; introductory material similar to that in item [10]; 404 recipes adhering to guidelines; and cover illustration of Lady Liberty with sack of wheat flour marked for the U.S. Army. Sample recipes: boiled beef tongue, baked winter squash, and pastry from barley flour. Damaged: several loose pages.
Item [14], prepared by the Home Economics Dept. of the National Civic Federation, promotes the use of milk as a substitute food as part of war effort food conservation. Includes 5 rules for wise buying issued by the U.S. Food Administration; menus and recipes guided by food conservation, use of local products, fuel conservation, and health conservation; table showing quantity of meats and other proteins needed to equal nutritive value of one quart of milk; advertisements for Hood's milk noting its scientific food purity and Hood's dairy products with list of Hood's stores in Boston area; and cover illustration of cook in period dress. Sample recipes: oven browned codfish cakes, tapioca cream, and cream tomato soup.
Item [15], a dual English-Spanish publication, promotes the food conservation guidelines and directives of the U.S. Food Administration. Includes recipes for one-dish meals and wheatless breads, biscuits, and cakes; and advice on preserving eggs and canning chicken. Sample recipes: hominy and cheese, rice and barley bread, and Indian pudding.
Item [16] promotes Hood's family medicines. Includes remarks on the importance of food conservation, using left overs, and not saving on milk; recipes for sauces, left-over bread, vegetables, potatoes, fish, and meats; list of Hood's earlier food publications; attributed testimonials for Hood's medicines; promotion of Hood's Sarsaparilla, Peptiron, and Vegetable Pills for blood, nerves, and liver; contents of Sarsaparilla and Peptiron; value of Vegetable Pills for constipation, to break up a cold, and to cure grip; list of Hood's medicines with brief descriptions and prices; product packaging illustrations; and index. Sample recipes: war cake, meat stew, and rice griddle cakes.
Item [17] promotes Cleveland's Baking Powder. Includes recipes for breads, biscuits, muffins, cakes, cookies, and puddings that use alternatives to wheat flour as part of war effort and letter from U.S. Food Administration encouraging circulation of such recipes. Sample recipes: barley bread, sweet potato muffins, and buckwheat coffee cake. 2 copies.
Item [18], Farmers' bulletin 955 of U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, promotes the use of partial substitutes for wheat flour in bread making in line with U.S. Food Administration's requirements. Includes methods for making bread, bread recipes, and suggested scorecard for evaluating bread. Sample recipes: peanut bread, wheat-meal biscuits, and bread muffins.
Item [19], Unites States Food Leaflet no. 6, promotes oatmeal for dinner and supper dishes. Includes 6 recipes. Sample recipe: Scotch oat crackers.
Item [20] promotes the conservation of food as a critical part of the war effort as explained in a foreword by Herbert Hoover. Includes explanation of the body's food needs and the country's need to conserve meat, sugar, and wheat; directive to have two wheatless days, one meatless day, and one porkless day each week together with one wheatless and one meatless meal each day and to consume no more than 3 lbs. of sugar per person per month; tips for meal plans; one week's suggested menus; and over 200 recipes consistent with directive. Sample recipes: barley pone, corn-meal mush with fruit, and cream of cowpea soup.
Item [21] promotes the use of canning and drying as a way to conserve food for use at home and in Europe as explained in foreword by Charles Lathrop Pack, president of the National War Garden Commission. Includes attributed testimonials praising earlier editions of book; thanks from the Secretary of War for the National War Garden Commission for help setting up war gardens at army camps; timetable for blanching and sterilizing vegetables and fruit; instructions for canning using the single-period cold-pack method with illustrations of equipment and successive steps in the method; special instructions for different vegetables and fruit; illustrated directions for canning in tin; principles of jelly making; directions for fruit butters; methods of drying fruit and vegetables by sun drying, drying by artificial heat, and drying by air-blast with equipment illustrations; advice on storing dried products and winter use of products; directions for drying different vegetables and fruits; temperature and timetable for blanching and drying; advice on fermentation and salting; directions for pickling vegetables; cartoon lampooning the Kaiser on front cover and cartoon and membership of Commission on back cover. Sample recipes: chow chow and spiced crab apples.
Item [22] promotes the continuance of war gardens as victory gardens to help provide food at home and in Europe as explained in foreword by Charles Lathrop Pack, president of the National War Garden Commission. Includes testimonials and thanks similar to those in item [21]; suggested plan for garden with arrangement of season's crops; encouragement for community and corporation gardens; tips for a good garden including advice on soil and manure, tools, preparation of soil, selection of crops, how much seed to buy, when to plant, succession of crops, hoeing, and watering; directions for growing specific vegetables; advice on disease and insect prevention; planting table; illustrated directions for home storage of vegetables and apples; how to save next year's seed from this year's garden; front cover illustration of Lady Liberty planting seed; and back cover similar to that of item [21]. No recipes.
Item [23] promotes F.W. McNess' home remedies and other products. Includes recipes used during the war to conserve food because they are good to solve cooking problems during reconstruction days; medical, health, household, and culinary hints; advertisements for F.W. McNess' cough syrup, coffee, spices, baking powder, flavors, flavoring extracts, laxatives, cold tablets, mentholated ointment, liniment, toilet preparations, and healing powder; advertisement for job openings as the McNess Man; list of F.W. McNess products; and illustrations of farmhouse kitchen on cover, F.W. McNess, proposed new factory, returning soldiers, period dress, and product packaging. Sample recipes: hot pot of mutton and barley, Norwegian prune pudding, and one egg cake. Damaged: loose cover.
Corporate contributors include: Walter Baker & Co., Ltd.; Mayor Mitchel's Food Supply Committee; Dr. D. Jayne & Son; Rumford Company; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Home Economics; Michigan State College; Royal Baking Powder Co.; Seaboard Flour Company; Fleischmann Co.; Pillsbury-Washburn Flour Mills Co. Ltd.; Montgomery Ward & Co.; J.L. Hudson Co.; U.S. Food Administration; Dept. of Home Economics, University of Arizona; Food Conservation Committee of St. Joseph County, Ind.; H.P. Hood & Sons; Home Economics Dept., National Civic Federation; Wahlgreen Publishing Company; C.I. Hood Co.; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; Mayor's Advisory War Committee (Cleveland, Ohio); National War Garden Commission; Furst-McNess Co.
Description: 23 items
Contents: [1]. Chocolate and cocoa recipes / by Miss Parloa and Home made candy recipes / by Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill. 64 p. --
[2]. Hints to housewives. 111 p. --
[3]. Recipes for war breads / compiled by Dr D. Jayne & Son. 32 p. --
[4]. [6 Rumford Company recipe booklets]. 16 p. each. --
[5]. Recipes to match your sugar ration. 8 p. --
[6]. 55 ways to save eggs. 22 p. --
[7]. War time recipes. 1 v. (unpaged) --
[8]. Delicious food made with cereals & flour. 20 p. --
[9]. Pillsbury's 40 war time recipes. 20 p. [10]. What to eat, how to cook it. 61 p. --
[11]. Wheat substitute recipes recommended by the U.S. Food Administration. 1 v. (unpaged) --
[12]. Sixty war-time recipes. 23 p. --
[13]. Cook book for kitchen patriots. 76 p. --
[14]. War time recipes and menu suggestions for every day in the week. 20 p. --
[15]. A war guide for use in your home : recipes recommended by the United States Food Administration. 1 v. (unpaged) --
[16]. Hood's "left overs". War ed. 32 p. --
[17]. How to use corn meal, oat meal, barley, buckwheat, potatoes, rice, etc., and save wheat flour : best war time recipes. 1 v. (unpaged) --
[18]. Use of wheat flour substitutes in baking / Hannah L. Wessling. 22 p. --
[19]. Do you know oatmeal? [4] p. [20]. Patriotic cook book. 64 p. --
[21]. Home canning & drying of vegetables & fruit. Victory ed. 32 p. --
[22]. War gardening and home storage of vegetables. Victory ed. 32 p. --
[23]. The F.W. McNess' cook book of favorite recipes and household hints. 32 p.
Other Titles: Chocolate and cocoa recipes.
1916.
Home made candy recipes.
1916.
Choice recipes.
1916.
Hints to housewives.
1917.
Recipes for war breads.
1918.
6 Rumford Company recipe booklets.
1917-1920.
Recipes to match your sugar ration.
1917?
55 ways to save eggs.
1917.
War time recipes.
1917?
Delicious food made with cereals & flour.
1917?
Pillsbury's 40 war time recipes.
1917?
What to eat, how to cook it.
1918.
Wheat substitute recipes recommended by the U.S. Food Administration.
1917?
Cook book for kitchen patriots.
1917?
War time recipes and menu suggestions for every day in the week.
1918.
War guide for use in your home.
1917?
Hood's "left overs".
1918?
How to use corn meal, oat meal, barley, buckwheat, potatoes, rice, etc., and save wheat flour.
1918.
Use of wheat flour substitutes in baking.
1918.
Do you know oatmeal?
1917?
Patriotic cook book.
1918.
Home canning & drying of vegetables & fruit.
1919.
War gardening and home storage of vegetables.
1919.
F.W. McNess' cook book of favorite recipes and household hints.
1919.

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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/930718> # Food conservation
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/931196> # Food supply
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/127979105> # National War Garden Commission.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/128333106> # United States Food Administration.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/134395541> # United States. Department of Agriculture.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/134855151> # Montgomery Ward.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/139654994> # Rumford Company.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/146636225> # D. Jayne and Son.
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   schema:name "D. Jayne and Son." ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/14778660> # Herbert Hoover
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   schema:familyName "Hoover" ;
   schema:givenName "Herbert" ;
   schema:name "Herbert Hoover" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/157190350> # Royal Baking Powder Company.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/159375911> # Michigan State College.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/23717523> # Alice Bradley
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   schema:deathDate "1946" ;
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   schema:givenName "Alice" ;
   schema:name "Alice Bradley" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/25880871> # Fannie Merritt Farmer
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/263219147> # United States. Bureau of Home Economics.
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/27872501> # Ellen Henrietta Richards
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   schema:familyName "Richards" ;
   schema:givenName "Ellen Henrietta" ;
   schema:givenName "Ellen H." ;
   schema:name "Ellen Henrietta Richards" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/27877973> # Charles Lathrop Pack
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   schema:deathDate "1937" ;
   schema:familyName "Pack" ;
   schema:givenName "Charles Lathrop" ;
   schema:name "Charles Lathrop Pack" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/67888277> # Maria Parloa
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   schema:deathDate "1909" ;
   schema:familyName "Parloa" ;
   schema:givenName "Maria" ;
   schema:name "Maria Parloa" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/67976535> # Elizabeth K. Burr
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   schema:familyName "Burr" ;
   schema:givenName "Elizabeth K." ;
   schema:name "Elizabeth K. Burr" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/70352397> # Janet McKenzie Hill
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   schema:birthDate "1852" ;
   schema:deathDate "1933" ;
   schema:familyName "Hill" ;
   schema:givenName "Janet McKenzie" ;
   schema:name "Janet McKenzie Hill" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/75437736> # Hannah L. Wessling
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   schema:familyName "Wessling" ;
   schema:givenName "Hannah L." ;
   schema:name "Hannah L. Wessling" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/89457467> # Woodrow Wilson
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   schema:deathDate "1924" ;
   schema:familyName "Wilson" ;
   schema:givenName "Woodrow" ;
   schema:name "Woodrow Wilson" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/98154416> # Miss. M. E. Robinson
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