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!!> EPUB ✿ A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband With Bettina's Best Recipes ✺ Author Louise Bennett Weaver –

A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband With Bettina's Best Recipes This Is An OCR Edition Without Illustrations Or Index It May Have Numerous Typos Or Missing Text However, Purchasers Can Download A Free Scanned Copy Of The Original Rare Book From You Can Also Preview Excerpts From The Book There Purchasers Are Also Entitled To A Free Trial Membership In The General Books Club Where They Can Select From Than A Million Books Without Charge Original Published By A.L Burt Company In 1922 In 408 Pages Description At Head Of Title The Second Book In The Bettina Series Subjects Cookery, American Cooking General Cooking Regional Ethnic American General Cooking Regional Ethnic American Southern States Cooking Regional Ethnic International

!!> EPUB ✿ A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband With Bettina's Best Recipes  ✺ Author Louise Bennett Weaver –
  • Paperback
  • 206 pages
  • A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband With Bettina's Best Recipes
  • Louise Bennett Weaver
  • English
  • 12 September 2019
  • 9780217312561

    10 thoughts on “!!> EPUB ✿ A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband With Bettina's Best Recipes ✺ Author Louise Bennett Weaver –

  1. says:

    This should be a hoot, and just look at the lovely illustrations DEDICATIONTo every other little brideWho has a Bob to please,And says she s tried and tried and triedTo cook with skill and ease,And can t we offer here as guideBettina s Recipes To her whose Bob is prone to wearA sad and hungry look,Because the maid he thought so fairIs well she just can t cook To her we say do not despair Just try Bettina s Book Opening HOME at last sighed Bettina happily as the hot and dusty travelers left the train Why that contented sigh asked Bob Because our wedding trip is over Well, anyhow, Bettina, it s after five Shall we have dinner at the hotel Hotel Why, Bob with our house and our dishes and our silver just waiting for us I m ashamed of you We ll take the first car for home a street car, not a taxi Our extravagant days are over, and the time has come to show you that Bettina knows how to keep house You think that you love me now, Bobby, but just wait till you sit down to a real strawberry shortcake made by a real cook in a real home Half an hour later Bob was unlocking the door of the new brown bungalow Isn t it a dear cried Bettina proudly When we ve had time to give it grass and shrubs and flowers and a vegetable garden, no place in town will equal it And as for porch furniture, how I d like to get at Mother s attic and transform some of her discarded things Just now I d rather get at some of Mother s cooking grinned Bob.It all got a bit samey after a while and the r...

  2. says:

    I was a bit surprised at some of the negative reviews of this book Very surprising that women who do believe it is dishonorable for other women to have excitement of their kitchen, shopping and keeping house would actually take the time to read this book Unlike what someone wrote, this book was not the outcome of a very 1930 s fluffy air head woman It was originally published in 1917 and most definitely it is not an unbelievably ridiculous read If you are not bigoted and prejudiced, I am sure you will find the information in this book extremely interesting, as well as its style The book mirrors how life was then, without modern appliances and fast food, and to boot the...

  3. says:

    A pleased Good Reads winner Years ago I came across a 1917 version of the same title at a yard sale in the cookbook section I never read the book entirely at that point for fear of damaging the book considering it s age I was not aware of a republication in 2012 until I won a copy This is than just a v...

  4. says:

    I read the original version, and it is charming Between the constant.and so easy to make comments of Bettina, and her many references to her fireless cooker which as far as I can tell, used heated stones you d think this would come off as prissy and know it all Well, it does, but in a fun way The recipes are easily a...

  5. says:

    Half storybook, half cookbook, all bizarre So worth it for all of the delightful bafflement any given sentance will createI ve read this book to most of my family and roommates, they all have reacted with varying levels of disgust, confusion and most puzzling a new obsession with pimentos Those red t...

  6. says:

    My husband and I read this book aloud to each other 40 years ago and laughed til we cried A very fond memory for me now that he has passed on.And for all the jokes we made at Bob and Bettina s expense, we did develop a soft spot for them..I only recently re visited the book and finally solved the mystery of the fireless cooker Hadn t thought about it in years but we didn t know what that was Ah, the wonder of the internet...

  7. says:

    I have a very old edition of this book I m not sure if it s a first edition, but it s from at least 1924 I enjoy this book because it reminds me so much of my grandmother it is a good representation of her generation and her sweet, domestic nature For me, this book is a ref...

  8. says:

    Oh, Bettina, you re just as insufferably perfect and full of good advice as ever and your daughter is growing up just like you.This 1922 book is hard to find but you can download a PDF from Google Books here

  9. says:

    My favorite book to give to a bride to be.

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