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What was cooking in Edith Roosevelt"s White House?

by Tanya Larkin

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Published by Powerkids Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948 -- Juvenile literature,
  • Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948,
  • Cookery, American -- Juvenile literature,
  • First ladies,
  • Women -- Biography,
  • Cookery, American

  • About the Edition

    Describes Edith Roosevelt, wife of the twenty sixth president of the United States, her role as first lady, and some of the foods she served at various stages in her life. Includes recipes.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementTanya Larkin.
    GenreJuvenile literature., Biography.
    SeriesCooking throughout American history
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX714 .L36 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3967211M
    ISBN 100823956105
    LC Control Number2001273154
    OCLC/WorldCa45309531

    Roosevelt's White House restoration created the idea of the residence as a stage for a world power. The White House began to impose a presidential style on the first families; and during the next century they would at times be measured according to how well they fit this modern image. White House Cookbook by Hugo Zemann & Mrs. F. L. Gillette. A Comprehensive Cyclopedia of information for the home, containing: Cooking, Toilet and Household recipes, menu, Dinner Giving, Table Eti.

      Theodore Roosevelt’s older daughter, Alice, moved into the White House at the age of 17, in , years before the arrival of the Bush : Thomas Mallon. The few original recipes that are in the book are not put in any kind of historical context--they are barely a blurb with a notation that they were from the cook book. Anyway, just be advised that if you are looking for an enjoyable read about culinary traditions in the White House, purchase the original book and not this updated version/5(35).

      In fact, Theodore Roosevelt, IV, shared a story about his great aunt Ethel, who decreed, when Edith died, that there would be no looting of the house by children or grandchildren and that everything in the house would remain where it was as a shrine to Teddy (this is not a direct quote, but the gist of the story).Author: George Gensler. Edith Roosevelt’s method of striking a compromise was to have the noted Washington photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston come to the White House and take a series of pictures of the First Family on the South Lawn or in the hallway of the private family area, giving the allusion of intimacy while they simply posed in otherwise nondescript settings.


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Edith Roosevelt kept a rollicking, fun-filled White House during her nine-year tenure there. Kids will love reading about the Roosevelt children, known as the "White House gang". Anecdotes and kid-friendly recipes for meatloaf and lemon ice-milk keep this book lively and help to bring history to life.3/5(1).

Cooking Throughout American History Edith Roosevelt kept a rollicking, fun-filled White House during her nine-year tenure there. Kids will love reading about the Roosevelt children, known as the White House Gang. Anecdotes and kid-friendly recipes for meat loaf and lemon ice-milk keep this book lively and help to bring history to life.

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Born in Connecticut inshe grew up in an old New York brownstone on Union Square - an environment of comfort and tradition. is the Antique White House Cook Book written in by Hugo Zieman and Mrs. F.L. Gillette. This neat book has cooking recipes, menus, household recipes, tips on dinner parties, table etiquette, toast, modes of frying, french words in cooking, care for the sick, health suggestions, facts worth knowing and many more neat things.

Edith Roosevelt enjoyed being First Lady of New York. She modernized the governor's mansion, joined a local woman's club, and continued to assist with her husband's correspondence. While First Lady of New York, Edith began tradition that would continue in the White House -- she held a bouquet of flowers Children: Theodore III, Kermit, Ethel, Archibald.

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