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Figure MARIAN COLE FISHER ANNOUNCES THE FOLLOWING SERIES OF DEMONSTRATED LECTURES ON DOMESTIC SCIENCE SUBJECTS OFFERED: KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. KITCHEN MECHANICS. THE RELATIVE ECONOMIC and PHYSICAL VALUE of FOOD PRODUCTS. A WELL BALANCED RATION. GARNISHMENTS. Flours, Yeasts, Leavening. Light Breads, Quick Breads, Health Breads. Meats, Game, Forcemeats, Meat Relishes. Eggs, Milk, Cheese, and their place in the Dietary. Fruit Salads and Fruit Cocktails. Sandwiches, School Lunches, Luncheon Dainties. Beverages: Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, Iced Beverages. Entrees, Leftovers. Pastry. Salads, Vegetable, Meat, Salad Dressings. Desserts, Puddings, Sauces. Cakes, Fillings, Icings. Ices, Sherberts, Ice Cream, Syrups. Small Cakes, Cookies, Macaroons, Kisses. Foreign Cookery, Chinese, Spanish, Creole. Soups, Consomme, Bouillion, Puree, Cream Soups, Vegetable. Vegetables, Starchy, Succulent, Rice, Legumes, Italian Pastes. Fish, Shell Fish, Fish Sauces, Planked White Fish, Lobster ala Newburg, Finnan Haddie Delmonico. Puff Paste, Pate Shells, Cheese Straws. Fritters, Pancakes, Doughnuts, Waffles, Timbale Cases. For Terms and Dates Address The Buckingham, Saint Paul ANNOUNCEMENT T HE HOME is the center and the very foundation of all civilization. The demand of this age has evolved the necessity for a more intimate knowledge of household economics and duties. This demand must be wisely heard and wisely met. The conduct of the home is the heritage of woman kind. The faithful performance of its duties by woman everywhere has established an exact household science. It is not too much to say of this science that from all other sources it has acquired the fundemental principles upon which it rests. Such is the work of Mrs. Marian Cole Fisher. Expert indeed in these matters, from many years of research and experiments. Mrs. Fisher has a mission and this is to give to the women of the world the benefits of her practical experience. She is eloquent. She is earnest. She is a woman without competition in her chosen line . She is trying to state to women in a plain simple manner the meaning of their domestic life and the methods of producing the fullest results. She is a close student of the philosophy of the laws of DOMESTIC SCIENCE. She is thoroughly prepared to utter words of understanding in these days of great change and progress. PRESS NOTICES Her personality agrees so perfectly with her theories that Mrs. Fisher is at all times convincing. Her very manner of opening the oven door is born of a confidence in the process preliminary to the finished product, and she tells of food preparation as if she respected it as an art worthy of a fine devotion. Mrs. Fisher is one of the few Cooking Teachers who have had the discernment to recognize the merits in the methods of our foremothers, and apply them to the advantage of the cookery of today. Conservation is the Keynote of her instructions, believing that conservation of the time and energy of the housewife is as important to family contentment as a well filled larder. Mrs. Fisher not only has complete mastery of her subject in its varying phases, but she brings to her assistance a natural gift for teaching and imparting this knowledge to others. And while advocating a well balanced ration and maintaining a high dietetic value never loses sight of the commercial relation of the family table to the family purse.
|Title||Marian Cole Fisher|
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|Personal Name Subject||Fisher, Marian Cole|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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|Number of Pages||3|
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