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Recipe--what a familiar word that is, and one which is so common in every American housekeeper's vocabulary. The word may have little meaning to the average individual who thinks of recipe merely as a list of such things as sugar, flour or butter, with directions for their combination. To the housekeeper, however, or to one versed in the manipulation of foodstuffs, a recipe is full of meaning for it is one of the most important of the essential tools with which she accomplishes the thrice daily task of meal preparations.
"Recipes--Old and New,"
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 5
, Article 12.
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