Read about the lnglenook Cook Book.
- 1899 | Brethren, a religious publishing house in Elgin, Illinois, publishes the first issue of the weekly called The Inglenook. A one-year subscription for the magazine that embodied “material and spiritual progress,” cost “one dollar per annum, in advance.” Articles submitted for the publication were intended to be “short, of general interest, and nothing of a love story character or with either cruelty of killing will be considered.”
- 1901 | Brethren House first publishes the Inglenook Cook Book. The recipes were gathered from Sisters of the Brethren Church, Subscribers and Friends of the Inglenook Magazine. The book was among the earliest English-language Pennsylvania Dutch Cookbooks published in America).
- 1913 | Inglenook Magazine ceases publication.
- 1942 | Brethren publishes a sequel under the same title, Inglenook Cookbook. The new book contains more modern recipes collected from 4000 women.
- 1958 | Harper & Brothers imprint of the 1942 Inglenook Cook Book published under the title: Grandaughter’s Inglenook Cookbook.
- 1970 | The Brethren Press reprints the 1911 edition of The Inglenook Cook Book.
- 1976 | The Brethren Press reprints Grandaughter’s Inglenook Cookbook.