The Maritime Cook Book: "The first line of defense lies in the kitchen"

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Title

The Maritime Cook Book: "The first line of defense lies in the kitchen"

Subject

Women, Homefront, Kitchen, World War II

Description

Originally intended to commemorate the Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Canada in 1939, the book was not published until after the Second World War began. Among the contributors were Lady Tweedsmuir and Eleanor Roosevelt.

Creator

Maritime Women's Club of Montreal, The Maritime Cook Book (Montreal: Church, Baines & Co., 1939)

Source

Sheila Johnston Collection - London, Ontario

Publisher

Church, Baines & Co.

Date

1939

Contributor

Sheila Johnston Collection - London, Ontario

Format

book, 128 pages, 15.7cm x 22.7cm

Language

English

Files

The Maritime Cookbook pt 1.pdf
The Maritime Cookbook pt 2.pdf
The Maritime Cookbook pt 3.pdf
The Maritime Cookbook pt 4.pdf

Collection

Citation

Maritime Women's Club of Montreal, The Maritime Cook Book (Montreal: Church, Baines & Co., 1939), “The Maritime Cook Book: "The first line of defense lies in the kitchen",” rosiesofthenorth, accessed July 17, 2024, https://therosiesofthenorth.omeka.net/items/show/9.