SALLY AND HER KITCHENS by May Worthington

SALLY AND HER KITCHENS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a rather clever combination of a novel and a treatise on diatetics. Sally Lewis holds the limelight in her career as dietician for a girls' school in Hawaii, a team room in California, and two college jobs in the East. Her experience in Honolulu with Chinese servants, delectable native foods, and a personable young man make up the greater part of the book. In the end, Sally decides on a menu for two instead of 200 -- a lucky break for her swain's digestion. (The menus and recipes included in the book would make your mouth water.) Of special appeal to the student of home economics, this should reach a wider market.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1939
Publisher: Dodd, Mead