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This is a downloadable copy of the book. (190 pages) This book may have ‘for a little girl’ in the title but it is for anyone who wants easy to follow recipes!
About the book: Originally published in 1905, culled from the author’s recipes in Good Housekeeping Magazine.
Sections + examples of what is included in each:
– The Things Margaret Made for Breakfast (rice croquettes, poached eggs, birds’ nests, Spanish omelette, corned beef hash)
– The Things She Made for Luncheon or Supper (white or cream sauce, creamed salmon, deviled eggs, shepherd’s pie, orange and grapefruit salad
– The Things She Made for Dinner (cream of potato, tomato soup, creamed cabbage, baked custard, pudding sauces, ice cream)
Here are 5 different recipe templates for your students or children to use to copy or create their favorite recipes! Use at home or in class. Suggested uses: In a when studying nutrition (record or create healthy recipes), any class teaching , in a class, or how about using when teaching about (have students find and record recipes).