The Gamble House in Pasadena was designed by Charles and Henry Green in 1908 for David and Mary Gamble. It's one of the premier examples of Arts and Crafts style architecture.
The kitchen at the Gamble House was designed primarily for the use of the Gamble's servants. Many of the recipes in the book The Gamble House Cookbook were handwritten by Mary Gamble. Mark Peel, chef/owner of Campanile, interpreted the recipes for today's kitchens. Barbara Harris Cury is a docent at the museum.