Congregational Aid Cook Book
Lisbon, North Dakota: W.G. Crocker, 1907. 8vo., pp.126, green cloth lettered in black, index. A few blank pages have handwritten recipes.-- Spine and corners moderately rubbed. Light soil to the outer edges of the front cover, binding tight, internally clean and sound. Very good. Item #10612
Early 20th Century North Dakota Community Cookbook. Flint pickles, cherry shrub, mashed salsify, North Dakota brown bread, pie plant pie, and other lovely recipes from the pre-refrigeration era. -- Keeping Eggs Fresh: To a pail of water, add pint each of unslacked lime and coarse salt, keep it in a cellar or cool place, and put the eggs in, as freshly laid as possible. Eggs treated thus will keep for a year.--Mrs. Lindquist and Mrs. J.j. Hull.