Every grandmother, mother, aunt, daughter and son should have a copy of this in the kitchen. If the community in general knows nothing else of the Country Women’s Association of Western Australia, it is more than familiar with its cookbook – every grandmother, mother, aunt, daughter and son should have a copy in the kitchen. First published in 1936, the C.W.A. Cookery Book and Household Hints is rich in tradition. It is a tried and true recipe book from which anyone can learn basic cooking. From ANZAC biscuits to lamb chops to pavlova, enduring Australian favourites can be found within its pages, alongside home-making, gardening and outdoor hints. It is a testament to the book’s relevance and the foresight of its original creators that it has been published in well over 50 editions. this edition celebrates the 75th anniversary of the CWA.
|Number of Pages||HarperCollins; 54th edition|