In 1915, the Five Roses Cook Book was in daily use in nearly 650,000 Canadian kitchens - practically one copy for every second Canadian home. "Enjoy the Five Roses Cook Book as a charming glimpse into the past and as my grandmother did, as a friend and helper." Elizabeth Baird food editor at Canadian Living Magazine

Five Roses Cook Book: A Guide to Good Cooking by Lake of Woods Milling 1915

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Condition:  Very Good   Cover has a small fold.  Pages are yellowed. 4 cm of spine paper is missing at head. 

By 1913 Five Roses flour had gained a  a loyal and growing following. The next step  was to provide inspiration and instruction to legions of women. The Five Roses Cookbook was a compilation of almost 600 recipes carefully chosen from the contribution of over two thousand successful users of Five Roses flour throughout Canada and was issued by the Lake of the Woods Milling Company.

In 1915, the Five Roses Cook Book was in daily use in nearly 650,000 Canadian kitchens - practically one copy for every second Canadian home. "Enjoy the Five Roses Cook Book as a charming glimpse into the past, and as my grandmother did, as a friend and helper." - Elizabeth Baird, food editor at Canadian Living Magazine

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Lake of the Woods Milling Company (1915)
Paperback: 144 pages
Weight: 356 g
Dimensions: ‎17.78 x 0.64 x 24.77 cm