THE COOK IS IN THE PARLOR by Marguerite Gilbert McCarthy

THE COOK IS IN THE PARLOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book of menus and recipes that is instructive in its information on ""know-how"" in time saving, economy buying, cooking and preparation. From Sunday breakfasts and suppers, small apartment meals, specialties for husbands, emergency meals, to glorification of the hamburger, tasty tidbits for cocktail parties, bill of fare for buffet, dressy dinners, teas and luncheons- all steps of the way and early planning are indicated, so that serving (who said washing up?) will seem effortless. Perhaps on a fancier side than most gustatory guides, many of the recipes, suggestions and combinations seem to have palate appeal.

Pub Date: Sept. 10th, 1947
Publisher: Little, Brown