West Bend: West Bend Aluminum Co., 1936.
Staplebound. 6 1/2" X 4". 21pp. Faint foxing to covers of pictorial paper wraps. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound. An overall clean, solid copy of this 1936 pamphlet of recipes for the Waterless Cooker.
The Preparation of food in The Waterless Cooker is recognized today as a superior method from the standpoint of tastiness as well as health. By keeping the original nutrients in the food, by increasing the digestibility of proteins and starches, through long, slow cooking at low temperatures, and by making simple nutritious foods more palatable, The Waterless Cooker makes a wonderful contribution to family health. By saving fuel--using single burner turned very low for more than one food, and by saving food--reducing food and shrinkage, The Waterless Cooker contributes to the economy feature of the family budget.(From the Pamphlet). Good. Item #8334