THE SPLIT-LEVEL COOKBOOK by LouAnn Gaeddert

THE SPLIT-LEVEL COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

We're about to get housemaid's elbow turning the pages of cookbooks with no real MISSION even though this one's double-action intention is that you can feed the youngsters first, serve the same to your husband later, keeping it warm, warming it up. The recipes are perfectly satisfactory if unexciting, strong on meats and vegetables, and more inclined to save money than time. Functional--no more.

Pub Date: Aug. 30th, 1967
Publisher: Crowell