La Cuisinière Five Roses: Comprenant 1001 Recettes Eprouvées et autorisées par l’emploi qu’en ont fait au delà de 2,000 ménagères canadiennes. Cet ouvrage contient en plus un très grand nombre d’observations utiles destinées à l’emploi de la farine Five Roses dans les différents genres de mets. Le tour vérifié et approuvé.

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[Publié par les fabricants de la farine Five Roses, Lake of the Woods Milling Co. Woods Milling Company]

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[Publié par les fabricants de la farine Five Roses, Lake of the Woods Milling Co. Woods Milling Company]. La Cuisinière Five Roses: Comprenant 1001 Recettes Eprouvées et autorisées par l’emploi qu’en ont fait au delà de 2,000 ménagères canadiennes. Cet ouvrage contient en plus un très grand nombre d’observations utiles destinées à l’emploi de la farine Five Roses dans les différents genres de mets. Le tour vérifié et approuvé. Montréal: Publié par les fabricants de la farine Five Roses, Lake of the Woods Milling Co. Woods Milling Company, 1915. First Edition, First Printing (French-Language Edition). pp. 183 [i.e. 187] pages. Gorgeously illustrated art-nouveau style card covers bearing a small publishers’ hole-punch to the upper left corner of the front cover for hanging. Handsomely illustrated throughout with many colour illustrations of a variety of baked goods, many full-page. The original two to three coupons printed on the ffep have been neatly excised. Otherwise, remarkably well-preserved, with contents bright, clean, and unmarked and tight, sound binding. Text entirely in French. Overall, very good+ to near fine. Exceedingly rare in commerce in this edition, and in such lovely condition. Card Covers. Corresponds to OCLC #1036120674 and #1007344466 indicating only a handful of Canadian institutional holdings. At time of cataloguing this edition does not appear amongst the holdings at Guelph University Archives & Special Collections: Cookbook Collection, or McGill. See Drivers’ Culinary Landmarks, Citation No. Q79.4 (p. 138) wherein she states: “The French-language edition is not a straight translation of the English edition. The most obvious change is the new title – La Cuisinière Five Roses – meaning the Five Roses Cook – and a new design for the binding in an art-nouveau style. Instead of an image of a child stirring the contents of a bowl, there is an image of a woman (‘la Cuisinière) reading this cookbook; the image is signed by the artist M.C. Perley. The design of the English-language edition can be described as ‘cute’; the design of the French edition, as sophisticated”. (#2170) $295.00