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The Chicago Record Cook Book. Menus. Seasonable, Inexpensive Bills of Fare for Every Day in the Year. Designed to Furnish "Good Living", in appetizing variety, for a family of five; arranged so that remnants from one day can frequently be used with menus of the next. 1,100 Prize Menus with recipes, carefully indexed, the cream of 10,000 manuscripts contributed by Tee Women of America to the Chicago Record's Daily Contest for Menus for a Day. This is a Cook Book by the people and for the people. The unpublished cooking lore of all sections of our vast country has been drawn upon liberally. By its use families of moderate means can get out of the ruts that lead to dyspepsia through the dead level of monotony. The gastronomic surprise that became so necessary to one of Balzac's characters can be obtained without the aid of a French chef. These menus were written by a large number of women scattered from ocean to ocean, and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.

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