The beautiful handwriting laid down over a century and a half ago describes the making of "Whiskey", a long and drawn out task that would have bound a community together in the making and the sharing. 30"x 42"
This cookbook from the Toronto Public School Board (circa 1931), was given to children as part of the curriculum. Rich in history, this piece of Depression Era history is printed at a high resolution at various sizes.
Joy of Cooking
A well loved Joy of Cooking, opened to a much used cookie recipe page.
This lovely pocket cookbook from 1856 is shown displaying the recipe for "kisses", a sugar cookie recipe. This piece is printed in high resolution with rich, velvety black backgrounds at various sizes.
Bright red accents, this much loved cookbook shows the cook's desire to make delicious food. Printed in high resolution on archival paper in various sizes.
The Butcher Shop (donation item)
This 1907 ledger found in the walls of Park Grocery in 2019. The ledger and artifacts inside create a rich glimpse into Guelph's history and is printed on archival paper and mounted for framing. The profits from this print will be donated to Park Grocery to support their staff during this time of Covid-19