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Author: Ruth Berolzheimer
ISBN13: 978-0399128363
Title: Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook
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Language: English
Category: Encyclopedias and Subject Guides
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons; Revised edition. edition (1976)
Pages: 974

Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook by Ruth Berolzheimer

Chicago: Culinary Arts Institute. Distributed by Grosset & Dunlap.

Personal Name: Berolzheimer, Ruth. Corporate Name: Culinary Arts Institute. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Encyclopedic cookbook. Rubrics: Cooking, American Menus. ISBN: 5020342807 Author: Mokhov, A. V. (Andrei?

CULINARY ARTS INSTITUTE ENCYCLOPEDIC COOKBOOK 1973 Hardcover. I purchased the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook to recreate Mom's cooking. There are no color photos but the instructions are clear. This is one very compact collection of recipes but there is also a section of definitions, care of foods, nutrition information, a purchasing guide, an equipment care section, & kitchen hints.

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The Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, with its 10,000 recipes and countless food facts and ideas, is a cornerstone cookbook for every kitchen. It's also falling apart from decades of delicious use. I have perused the newer versions of this book, but they lack the domestic charm of this mid-century recipe treasure trove.

by Berolzheimer, Ruth; Culinary Arts Institute. Publication date 1988. Topics Cookery, American, Menus. Publisher New York : Perigee Books. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by loader-ElisaR on February 11, 2010.

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An excellent basic cookbook re technique and essential concepts. The cook can easily make substitutions for any ingredients that seem too totally unhealthy today (more than half a century after publication). Culinary Arts Institute. Work-to-work relationships.

Books by Ruth Berolzheimer, Culinary Arts Institute encyclopedic cookbook, 250 Luscious Refrigerator Desserts, The United States regional cook book, 250 superb pies and pastries, Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedia Cookbook, 500 snacks, 250 ways to serve fresh vegetables, 500 tasty sandwiches. Theresa Ruth Berolzheimer was born in 1886 in Missouri. After her family moved to Chicago Heights around the turn of the century she became active in the small Jewish community there, founding the town's first Hebrew school at the age of 17. She attended the University of Illinois in Champaign and in 1908 graduated with a degree in chemical engineering-only the second woman in the school's history to do so.

A guide to meal planning preparation which includes numerous menus for all occasions and thousands of tested recipes
Reviews: 7
Ever needed to know how to roast and stuff an opposum? Need to pickle your own corned beef but can't remember the type of barrel you'll need? Fortunately for you, this book is here to answer those questions. Unlike contemporary cookbooks, which will tell you to purchase mixes and canned goods, this book will tell you how to make everything, and I mean everything, from scratch. An interesting look at historical cuisine that delivers both delicious classics and recipes that will make you glad you weren't around 100 years ago. Unless you were, in which case, maybe you'll find some old favorites. I purchased it because my grandmother has a copy, and my mother has a copy. There are some things you just can't find anywhere but this book. Try the cranberry pie--you won't be disappointed.
I learned to cook with this cookbook in the seventies. It was the only cookbook I owned at the time and it taught me very well. I remember making Red Velvet Cake at age 21 and being so proud of my accomplishment as a newlywed. The book got so stained from having it on the counter as I mixed, measured and whipped every recipe with such care. Eventually, some of the pages got stuck together and tore when trying to separate them. As the years passed I moved on to other updated cookbooks, but this was the one that truly made me a good cook. I just ordered it again to keep as a treasured book to be able to take it down and reread for nostalgias sake. If you're and old seasoned cook like me, you'll find this entertaining and maybe find something that takes you back to a simpler time, where a woman's main goal in life was cooking and raising a family. If you're a young cook, well, you might want to order this book and take a look at what your mother or grandmother used to learn to cook and made all those wonderful meals you remember as a child. Either way, you can't go wrong with owning a part of history. It's full of pictures and ancient methods lost in the culinary cooking of today. Please enjoy...
This thing must be 3 inches thick! And since I am such a fan of Culinary Arts Cookbooks, this thing is just a treasure to me. I forgot the publishing date, but it is the 40's or 50's I think. It is just FILLED with so many wholesome, unique recipes--all made with good whole healthy meat, vegetables, eggs, milk, and cheese. You can get so many ideas going through it because they just have scores and scores of recipes for particular foods. (By the way, in spite of its age, this book is like a brand new book!!!) I have come up with a half a dozen or so new recipes using this (and some other ones I got) book, and I have only gotten started going through it. It is just good, home-style American nutritious and delicious food. To me, it is better than anything you can find published today. I can't say enough good about this book. By the way--you won't find many recipes calling for cans of soup or prepared food--even if there are a few, I got a recipe for homemade "canned cream of mushroom etc soup" online, and I will just use that instead. But there aren't many with canned soup or prepared foods, if any.
The 1950 edition was a wedding gift in 1960. My wife and I often consulted to get info on cooking specific dishes. As an example, Several years ago my wife's health declined to where I became the man of the kitchen. I consulted the article on preparing pie crust which contained the chemistry of what makes good pie crusts. As a Chemical Engineer, the article was right up my alley. From the very first pie crust, I received Kudos from folks who had been baking pies for 50 years. Some tell me that these are the best pie crusts they have tasted. Rarely do I fail to find an item in this book. I recently purchased a new copy of the 1950 edition for my son-in-law who is an excellent chef. I highly recommend this as a basic resource for any head of a kitchen.
I got a few recipes out of it and it does have a lot to look through. I learned some things, but it's not a 5-star holy grail of cook books. It's a reference, and for that, I give it 3-stars, as to me, it was "okay".
My mother used recipes from the 1940 edition & her cooking was always great. I purchased the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook to recreate Mom's cooking. There are no color photos but the instructions are clear. This is one very compact collection of recipes but there is also a section of definitions, care of foods, nutrition information, a purchasing guide, an equipment care section, & kitchen hints. My mother used this book for well over 30 years & I feel it will be used in my kitchen for just as many years.
This is a great cookbook for the novice especially but also for seasoned cooks who like to try different recipes. This book is more like an encyclopedia of cooking and entertaining as well as having the most diverse recipes. I have used this book for over 30 years and have given it to several of my relatives and friends. You will not be disappointed if you purchase this book. In fact, I have found many recipes in this book that people were not willing to share.
My mother gave me this cookbook in the 1970s and I still refer to it. I recently purchsed another copy because pages with favorite recipes were falling out of my copy from over-use. This book may be "outdated" but that does not lessen its value as a reference tool; from how to clean poultry, setting up a buffet table, and various seasonal menus. It is also to be seen on the bookshelf of the executive chef of my favorite fine dining restaurant.