Item #16520 Giving Delicacy, Flavor to Daily, the New Use of Rumford, Baking Powder.
Giving Delicacy and Flavor to Daily Cooking by the New Use of Rumford [Baking Powder]
Giving Delicacy and Flavor to Daily Cooking by the New Use of Rumford [Baking Powder]
Giving Delicacy and Flavor to Daily Cooking by the New Use of Rumford [Baking Powder]

Rumford, RI: Rumford Co., 1932. Stapled wraps.

Stapled Wraps; 32 pages of recipes with an index. 5 by 6.75 inches. Exterior with some hand-use spoiling; interior fine with even expected age toning.

A very good Promotional vintage cookbook. Item #16520

Inside Title: 64 new uses for Rumford all-phosphate baking powder in daily cooking.

Background Information:
A German-educated, Harvard chemist, Eben Horsford, suggested
replacing cream of tartar with calcium acid phosphate for baking bread. Horsford and his business partner, George Wilson, established the Rumford Chemical Works in Rhode Island for the manufacture.

The baking powder devised by Horsford first carried his name, only later becoming Rumford Baking Powder. As such it was marketed for decades.

Price: $19.95