OH, FOR A FRENCH WIFE! by Lloyd Ring Meloney Ted & Coleman

OH, FOR A FRENCH WIFE!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not a cookbook, but a culinary commentary which includes along with some personal preferences and predilections, a few basic principles- like how to cook a steak. Internationally inclined, the recipes here include spaghetti and abaglione Bortsch and Chinese fried rice, the subtle savory of wine cooking as well as the more robust aroma of a barbecue. And the four French wives these gentlemen prefer- in the kitchen- have provided four complete menus for lunches and dinners which will lend a definite cachet to any household. A specialty for superior skillets and palates.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1953
Publisher: Abelard