INFORMAL ENTERTAINING COUNTRY STYLE by Farm Journal -- Eds. of

INFORMAL ENTERTAINING COUNTRY STYLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This type of heart-y-lands cookery, efficiently adapted here for informal get-togethers (ladies' luncheons to open house affairs) is not for purists -- ""salad"" usually means something coagulated in gelatine and it's mayonnaise, mayonnaise over all. But given the best of ingredients (it makes a huge difference if there's fresh produce nearby and home-mades like breads and preserves), this solid fare is a valid exemplar of the popular American taste. From coffee-break snacks to special occasion dishes -- an exhaustive roundup for demanding appetites and energetic hostesses.

Pub Date: July 13th, 1973
Publisher: Doubleday