Boston Cooking School Basics

by Rena

Fannie Farmer taught plain cooking, richer cooking, and fancy cooking at the Boston Cooking School from circa 1896 to 1902. She then branched out and started her own school, Miss Farmer’s School of Cookery on August 23, 1902. the school continued after her death in 1915, managed by Alice Bradley until Miss Farmer’s School closed in the mid-1940s.

Plain Cooking

Cooking Fuels
Bread
Mashed and Boiled Potatoes
Soup Stock
Boiled Eggs
Beef Stew
Fried Fish & Potatoes
Apple Pie
Roast Beef
Macaroni
Plain Lobster

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