Woodstove Cookery: At Home on the Range

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Garden Way Pub., 1977 - Cooking - 196 pages
Tips on acquiring, setting up, operating, and maintaining a wood-burning stove are followed by recipes for breakfast foods, soups, stews, breads, main dishes, desserts, and other items

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About the author (1977)

Jane Cooper is a professional writer with much experience using a wood range. Before writing Woodstone Cookery, she advised other wood cookstove cooks and gained many recipes, ideas, warnings and tips to include in her book. Jane says,"In the past century, technology has accelerated at a dizzying rate freeing us from countless laborsome tasks but some tasks, though they take more effort, offer greater rewards when done the old-fashioned way.

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