MAN AND HIS MEALS by

MAN AND HIS MEALS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Cooking, gentlemen's approach -- and gourmets- in a general discussion of food as they like it, not a teaspoon to tablespoon recipe book. The emphasis is on meats, steaks, barbecues, roasts, stews, game and poultry, ground meats, shishkabob, with occasional notes on accompaniments, salads, gravies, stuffing, vegetables, between meal snacks. Though by no means hale and hearty cooking, it seems subtle, imaginative, though specifically limited to the personal predilections of the authors. For reading rather than doing-suggestive rather than specific.

Pub Date: April 28th, 1947
Publisher: Holt