THE SINGLE GIRL'S COOKBOOK by Helen Gurley Brown

THE SINGLE GIRL'S COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Alas poor Margo Rieman. Whilst H. G. Brown laid on (lavishly) the career-girl-mag chatter with an icing spatula, Miss Rieman toiled unheard, in the galley producing, organizing, testing all the recipes. And good imaginative recipes they are--all-occasion, fairly simple with basic supermarket ingredients. Although there are snares when used by the neophyte (the common failure to warn the young about the treacherous nature of chicken liquor, for example) nonetheless this is a useful reference for the single or married cook who wishes to leave the groove for something groovier--in spite of the wearing witticisms and gloss of the Geis-Gurley Brown commercial combine. Undoubtedly will be heavily promoted.

Pub Date: April 10th, 1969
Publisher: Geis