by Simon Kander and Henry Schoenfeld
Hardcover, 182 pages, Ingram Pub Services, List Price: $14.95 |
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Discusses cooking fundamentals and presents a collection of recipes put together by the cooking students at the Milwaukee Settlement House
April 12, 2009 The Settlement Cook Book is largely forgotten today. But in its time, Lizzie Black Kander's book exposed Jewish homemakers transplanted from Eastern Europe to the American way of cooking — and living.
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