JUNE PLATT'S DESSERT COOKBOOK by June Platt

JUNE PLATT'S DESSERT COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Extravagant for days ahead with probable limitations not only on consumption of sugar, but on cream, eggs, nuts, and so on. But perhaps you can get some vicarious titivating of the palate just in reading of tempting creams and custards, pastries, souffles and sweet omelets, rich puddings. And you can use the gelatine desserts (those without too much sugar and cream), the fruit desserts, and some of the frozen desserts until such time as the way is clear to pile up the calories again. Meantime, she even gives trick ways of having ""coffee for dessert"".

Pub Date: May 5th, 1942
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin