SOUPS AND SAUCES by

SOUPS AND SAUCES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A specialized type of cookbook, but one which has foundation recipes that every good housekeeper needs and that the average cookbook frequently overlooks. 100 recipes, with almost every sort of soup and every sort of sauce you can remember tasting anywhere. And the recipes are simple enough to be readily adaptable, and to suggest all sorts of enticing things to eat. The accompanying menus are helpful for the housewife who needs to have her imagination turned out to air.

Pub Date: Aug. 16th, 1934
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace