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Early American Herb Recipes - Alice Cooke Brown

Early American Herb Recipes

Alice Cooke Brown

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For early American households, the herb garden was an all-purpose medicine chest. But herbs were also used by homemakers of the past. Readers of this book will discover not only how herbs were used in making vegetable and meat dishes, gravies and sauces, cakes, pies, soups, and beverages, but also how our ancestors used them in making dyes, furniture polish, insecticides, spot removers, perfumes, hair tonics, soaps, tooth powders, and numerous other products. (152pp. illus. index. Dover Pub., 2001.)


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