1001 WAYS TO PLEASE A HUSBAND by Myra Waldo

1001 WAYS TO PLEASE A HUSBAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Further (Serve at Once, The Stenderella Cookbook etc.) experienced advice for the inexperienced cook is intended for the bride, begins with coffee and tea and moves on to appetizers, soups, fish, fowl, egg dishes, meats, vegetables and salads, hot breads and pastas, and dessert. There are special menus for special occasions; many dishes-just for two; shortcuts where possible, (frozen foods, mixes); along with notes on the buying of food- and keeping it, wines, freezers, service, etc. All in all (except for the Dear Diary inserts from our blushing bride) an acceptable all-around cookbook- but not indispensable.

Pub Date: March 27th, 1958
Publisher: Van Nostrand