The original White House cook book : cooking, etiquette, menus and more from the executive estate : 1887 edition
"Initially published in 1887, is a cooking compendium penned by F.L. Gillette and Hugo Ziemann. The book is composed of recipes, cooking techniques, etiquette instruction, household care, and cleanliness tips used in the White House. This historic book includes recipes by the first ladies Martha Washington, Mary Todd Lincoln, and many others, as well as historic menus for special occasions like Grant's Birthday and Washington's Wedding. The book was compiled using the knowledge gained by Gillette in her years of cooking, as well as Ziemann's term as a White House steward and caterer. It rapidly became a bestseller after its publication and an essential cookbook in kitchens across America. The Original White House Cook Book includes more than five hundred recipes for soups, meats, vegetables, pastas, desserts, sandwiches, and more. Additionally, it includes hundreds of tips and tricks as well as foreword written by John Moeller, White House chef from 1992-2005."--Dust jacket.
- 1 of 1 copy available at OWWL.
Current holds0 current holds with 1 total copy.
|Location||Call Number /
|Mount Morris Library||641.509 Gil (Text)