This may seem a queer idea at first and an expensive one but go over the books, balance the time, effort and expense of a...

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THE DERRYDALE COOK-BOOK OF FISH AND GAME

This may seem a queer idea at first and an expensive one but go over the books, balance the time, effort and expense of a hunting, shooting or fishing trip to capture the prize, with the little the average cook knows about cooking it, how the sportsman's return is eagerly awaited, and how much enthusiasm and warmth of his reception depends on his bag. Consider these, read the sauces and punch recipes, and you will be so completely sold on the idea and the value received that you'll sell a copy to practically everyone you know. Another book with a wide market. Collecting cook-books is a hobby pursued by men as well as women. Here's an item they'll enjoy as long as they eat. DeGouy is a famous authority, yet the ingredients are available, the directions simple.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937