THE PEASANT COOK BOOK by Marian Tracy

THE PEASANT COOK BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An all-around and all-around-the-world cookbook puts between covers a great many native dishes which- while of humble origins- will also lend prestige. From potau-feu to Sukiyaki, these soups and stews, salads and vegetables, omelets and egg dishes, and a great many meat and potato variations (no desserts) are pungent and easily practicable. They have been adapted for American tastes; there are specific notes about timing, substitutes, and suggested dishes to complete the menu; and while essentially hearty, they will also lend a gourmet touch to your table.

Pub Date: June 6th, 1955
Publisher: Hanover House