Here's another of the Brown's irresistibly tempting fillips to jaded appetites. They can make food the most absorbing of all...

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FISH AND SEA FOOD COOK BOOK

Here's another of the Brown's irresistibly tempting fillips to jaded appetites. They can make food the most absorbing of all subjects, and this is no exception. There is perhaps less side comment as to customs and less anecdotal material, but the marshalling of facts, the appetizing sound of the recipes, the stimulus to the housekeeper's flagging imagination fully warrants adding this to every well-equipped shelf of cookery. Alphabetical arrangement of fish within their own classifications, some foreign recipes included, and an array of delectable sounding sauces to vary the menus.

Pub Date: April 24, 1940

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Lippincott

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1940