THE BOY'S COOKBOOK by Helen & Philip S. Brown

THE BOY'S COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With a high percentage of the world's great cooks men, it seems a laudable idea to start boys cooking in their teens. The recipes, though by no means restricted to boys, are worded in such a way as to dispel the ""sissy"" myth, and many of the recipes are geared for picnics, barbecues, fishing trips and other male expeditions. By no means a hamburger and hot dog repertoire, this book includes such complicated fare as Tacos, Volcano Eggs, Truite en Chemise, Torte, etc. Careful and clear instructions and illustrations which are designed to turn the peanut butter sandwich addict into a budding gourmet.

Pub Date: June 4th, 1959
Publisher: Doubleday