For those whose cookbook shelf space is limited, this is a volume that will fill a real need - and that has long been under...

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THE HORN OF PLENTY

For those whose cookbook shelf space is limited, this is a volume that will fill a real need - and that has long been under discussion in cookbook circles,- a symposium of tempting recipes taken from the masters. In a sense it is a browsing book, for the arrangement conforms to no pattern, and one must familiarize oneself with the contents-mark the recipes in which one is interested- check the index - and then try them out as desired. There are historical and exotic sources here as well as the best known of the moderns, including such names as Louis Diat, Dione Lucas, James Beard, the Chamberlains, Waverly Root, Julian Street, June Platt, Tante Marie and many more. Peggy Harvey has modestly included a few of her own favorites- and has done an excellent job of selection, revision and arrangement of ingredients, instructions and advice.

Pub Date: Nov. 12, 1964

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Publisher: Little, Brown- A.M.P.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1964