1001 SANDWICHES by Florence A. compiler Cowles

1001 SANDWICHES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A reissue of a 1928 publication 700 Sandwiches -- with 301 additional recipes. Its primarily a book for people in the business (both amateurs and professionals), for clubs, churches, organizations, and for the housewife who likes to be original in the parties she gives, whether they be afternoon teas, formal receptions, Sunday evening supper parties, or picnics. The division is made under types of sandwiches:-meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, cheese, fruits, hot sandwiches, canapes, and so on. A good standard.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1936
Publisher: Little, Brown