103 Ways to Serve Bread


[Canadian Bakers’ Association]

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[Canadian Bakers’ Association]. 103 Ways to Serve Bread. [Canada]: Canadian Bakers’ Association, 1936. First Edition, First Printing. pp. [1-4], 5-47 [48]. 12mo., measuring 5″ x 7″. Illustrated stapled card covers featuring an image in black-and-white of various loaves of bread, with red and white lettering to the front cover. Provides for a rich selection of various recipes incorporating bread with sections on: General Uses for Break in Cooking; Luncheon and Supper Dishes; Main Dinner Courses; “Snacks”; Fried Dishes; “If You’re Slimming”; Sandwiches and Canapes; Toasts; Fancy Breads for Many Occasions; Desserts. The pamphlet goes to great lengths to assure the prospective reader of the health, and nutritional benefits of bread with various statements interspersed throughout on the subject. It also aims to rebut claims that bread is “fattening”. Unusually bright, crisp, clean, and unmarked; near fine. Corresponds to OCLC #625271824 indicating only a handful of institutional holdings. Stapled Wraps. See Driver’s Culinary Landmark, p. 1154 (Citation NP13.1). Driver lists this title as having an undetermined province of publication though in our view it was more than likely to have been published out of Ontario. (#2033) $175.00