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Progress in civilization has been accompanied by progress in cookery.
I certainly feel that the time is not far distant when a knowledge of the principles of diet will be an essential part of one's education. Then mankind will eat to live, be able to do better mental and physical work, and disease will be less frequent.
Cooking may be as much a means of self-expression as any of the arts.
Men and women are certainly but children of an older growth, which fact is especially emphasized during times of sickness and suffering.
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March 23, 1857
January 15, 1915
Fannie Merritt Farmer was an American culinary expert whose Boston Cooking-School Cook Book became a widely used culinary text.
Boston Cooking-School Cook Book (1896)
Chafing Dish Possibilities (1898)
A New Book Of Cookery (1912)
What to Have for Dinner (1905)
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