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The classic Lowney's Cookbook (1921 Revised Edition) is authored by Maria Willett Howard, one of the most experienced and successful teachers of cooking in the United States. Speaking with knowledge and authority, she eventually became the principal of the "Boston Cooking School".
The Walter M. Lowney Company, a well-known American candy and chocolate manufacturer, was founded by Walter M. Lowney in 1883 in Boston. Lowney's Cookbook was first published in 1907, written by Maria Willett Howard who was one of Lowney's employees at that time.
This highly sought after revised edition of Lowney's Cookbook offers 50 new delicious recipes and 16 admirable, full-page color plates. With this book as a guide, it will be possible for any woman to live with her means and still have that infinite variety on the table which means so much for appetite and health.
Lowney's Cookbook is "a new guide for the housekeeper, especially intended as a full record of delicious dishes sufficient for any well-to-do family, clear enough for the beginner and complete enough for ambitious providers." This true classic home cooking cookbook is a must have for all housekeepers and cooking lovers!