Published in 1886 and written by American Eliza R. Parker, Economical Housekeeping is filled with recipes for many different types of dishes. Of note, it contains detailed diagrams of different cuts of meat and how every piece could be filleted for use in a variety of recipes. This book offers the reader other practical suggestions, such as making medicines, how to serve meals, and the overall importance of being an economical housekeeper.
Parker, Eliza. Economical Housekeeping. Toronto: J.S. Robertson & Bros. 1886.