"The Firehouse Cookbook" written by Dorothy Jackson Kite. Published by The Viking Press, copyright 1975.
""The recipes require a minimum of fuss and preparation time and are wholesome, savory staples designed for small family meals as well as for large buffets and picnics. In addition, they provide a culinary tour of the country, ranging from fish chowder in Maine to a Oriental casserole in Alaska, and from Jambalaya in Louisiana to Gisantis in Hawaii, with many representative stews and casseroles from the states in between, including the traditional down-to earth American favorites-fried or baked chicken, steak smothered in onions, barbecued pork, macaroni and cheese, corn fritters, and the like. The recipes are accompanied by short sketches that convey the flavor of individual firehouses and firefighting history form bucket brigade to superpumper. Mrs. Kite provides a rewarding and most enjoyable entrance to the firehouse through its kitchen.""
209 page hard cover cook book in very good condition with no rips, tears, or writing. The dust jacket has moderate shelf wear. See the pictures for more detail.