Free Shipping

Just order $100 or more in   Products and we pay for shipping.


Candy Making
Historic Book Collection on CD

Price: $14.97     SKU: B393     Qty:

The Candy Making Historic book collection is a fascinating look at the art of candy making and confectionery at the turn of the 20th century. The 28 books in this collection are chock full of thousands of delicious recipes and education/equipment needed to successfully make all sorts of delicious sweets in your home. Have fun making some of your favorite treats and discovering new ones for you and your family to share.

All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.

  1. Candy making at home (1884) - Blake, Isabel W. - 88 pages
  2. Candy-making revolutionized; confectionery from vegetables (1912) - Hall, Mary Elizabeth - 200 pages
  3. Candy making secrets (1908) - Pease, Martin A. - 104 pages
  4. Home candy making (1911) - Rorer, Sarah Tyson Heston - 103 pages
  5. Candy-making at home (1915) - Wright, Mary M. (Mary Mason) - 198 pages
  6. The art of home candy making, with illustrations (1915) - 111 pages
  7. Directions for making chocolate candy at home with Hall's home outfit .. (1915) - Hall, Nathaniel Conkling - 24 pages
  8. Friedman's common-sense candy teacher, a most complete line of up-to-date formulas, with all instructions in the art of making candies, both steam and open fire work, for the large manufacturer or the beginner, by a practical workman of thirty-five years' experience in teaching the craft both in America and Europe. Up-to-date ice cream and fountain work in all its branches (1906) - Friedman, Jacob - 374 pages
  9. Candy Making in the Home (1914) - Christine Terhune Herrick - 137 pages
  10. A treatise on the art of boiling sugar, crystallizing, lozenge-making, comfits, gum goods, and other processes for confectionery, etc. : in which are explained, in an easy and familiar manner, the various methods of manufacturing every description of raw and refined sugar goods, as sold by the trade, confectioners, and others (1865) - Weatherley, Henry - 158 pages
  11. Our candy recipes (1922) - Van Arsdale, May Belle; Monroe, Day; Barber, Mary - 223 pages
  12. The Candy maker's guide; a collection of choice recipes for sugar boiling (1896) - 120 pages
  13. The home preparation of fruit candy (1927) - Cruess, W. V. (William Vere); O'Neill, Agnes - 31 pages
  14. "Aunt Babette's" home confectionery (1893) - Kramer, Bertha F - 48 pages
  15. Candies and bonbons and how to make them (1913) - Neil, Marion Harris - 328 pages
  16. My candy secrets; a book of simple and accurate information which, if faithfully followed, will enable the novice to make candies that need not fear comparison with the professional product (1919) - Mary Elizabeth - 231 pages
  17. Condensed sweetness (1908) - Rask, Marie A - 28 pages
  18. Revised American candy maker (1908) - Huling, Charles C - 345 pages
  19. The candy cook book (1917) - Bradley, Alice - 265 pages
  20. Davison's little candy maker .. (1908) - Davison, Arthur W - 68 pages
  21. Frye's practical candy maker (1885) - Frye, George V. - 108 pages
  22. The home confectioner (1915) - Ernst Ferdinand, 1857- 28 pages
  23. Home-made candies (1904) - Wood, Cora Antoinette - 16 pages
  24. Rigby's reliable candy teacher and soda and ice cream formulas .. (1909) - Rigby, Will O. - 220 pages
  25. The little confectioner, containing recipes and processes for making the more popular forms of confectionery (1876) - Hicks, Smith - 112 pages
  26. White Stokes book of formulas; a valuable and complete collection of original tests and successful candy formulas for all varieties of tested nougats, caramels, cream centers, fudges, creams, bon bons, kisses and other attractive pieces (1916) - 56 pages
  27. Ornamental confectionery and practical assistant to the art of baking in all its branches, with numerous illustrations (1892) - Hueg, Herman - 192 pages
  28. The art of confectionary. Shewing the various methods of preserving all sorts of fruits, dry and liquid; viz. oranges, lemons, citrons, golden pippins, wardens, apricots green, almonds, gooseberries, cherries, currants, plumbs, raspberies, peaches, walnuts, nectarines, figs, grapes. &c. Flowers and herbs; as violets, angelica, orange-flowers, &c. also how to make all sorts of biscakes, maspins, sugar-works, and candies, with the best methods of clarifying, and the different ways of boiling sugar (1761) - Lambert, Edward - 75 pages

Here are some images from a few of the books:

This CD runs on all Windows and Macintosh computers. You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader - (available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer.) The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. Many books on this CD are searchable and printable.

Back To List
Price: $14.97     SKU: B393     Qty: