Metropolitan Cook Book - 1922

Metropolitan Cook Book - 1922

Ladies’ Aid Society
Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church
Detroit, Michigan
Synopsis: Short recipes of many hand-me-down family recipes from the congregation of the Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church of Detroit makes this book perfect for those who enjoy comfort foods that are easy to make.


In soliciting advertisements for this book, we have been met almost universally with a cheerful and generous response. our friends believing it to be not only a valuable compilation of choice recipes but realizing it to be one of the best of advertising mediums, while nearly it not all have been actuated by a desire to lend a little support to the good cause for which this volume is published.

We would suggest therefore that the Metropolitan Methodist Church of Detroit remember these favors, and go out of their way, it necessary, to patronize those who have made the Metropolitan Cook Book a success.


  • Soups
  • Fish and Shell Fish
  • Meats and Poultry
  • Poultry
  • Vegetables
  • Salads
  • Cheese and Eggs
  • Bread, Muffins, Biscuits
  • Fritters, Waffles, and Pancakes
  • Cakes
  • Frosting and Fillings
  • Pies
  • Puddings and Desserts
  • Ice Cream and Sherbert
  • Beverages
  • Candy
  • Jellies, Preserves, and Marmalades
  • Pickles and Relishes
  • Chafing Dish Cookery
  • Sandwiches
  • Some Recipes that Men Call Good
  • Too Late to Classify
  • Facts One Ought to Know
  • Directions for Laying the Table
  • Table of Weights and Measures
  • Table of Contents A-Z
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