Mrs. Appleyard's Family Kitchen: A Treasury of Vermont Country Recipes, Louise Andrews Kent and Polly Kent Campion, 1977, stated First Edition, hardcover with dust jacket, 373pp incl index.
From the dust jacket: "Louise Andrews Kent was the remarkable lady from the small Vermont village of Kents Corner who for years, using the name of 'Mrs. Appleyard', wrote the quarterly feature on food for Vermont Life magazine. She also published, among her many other books, Mrs. Appleyard's Kitchen, Mrs. Appleyard's Year, Mrs. Appleyard's Summer Kitchen, and Mrs. Appleyard's Winter Kitchen - the last two in collaboration with her daughter, Elizabeth.
"This new Mrs. Appleyard cookbook, the last, largest and most complete of the series, has been carefully compiled, researched and personalized by Louise Andrews Kent's granddaughter, Polly Kent Campion. It includes over 700 recipes from many generations of the the extended Kent family."
A big (8.5 X 11 x nearly 2 inches thick) cookbook filled with authentic, "from-scratch" New England recipes. Lots of homey, common sense tips for delicious results.
All purpose - organized alphabetically by food type, from appetizers to vegetables. Table of contents pictured.
In excellent vintage condition - free of writing, spine straight and tight, covers straight, dust jacket in good shape with small tears at top and bottom edges. Light foxing on the page edges.