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KIRKUS REVIEW

This cook book is very likely one of the most comprehensive and complete on the market, for it comprises over 1500 recipes, with an occasional touch of the exotic. Systematically divided into sections on appetizers, hot breads, main dish soups, individual meats and fishes, vegetables, stuffings and sauces, desserts, etc., each section offers an extensively wide variety of recipes, and is preceded by an introductory paragraph. The recipes are explained with a minimum of detail and generally range between four to eight servings. Along the same lines as McCall's and Woman's Home Companion, this cook book is for the homemaker who wants more variety than is offered in some current basic books, but prefers not to resort to a more exclusive gourmet cook book.

Pub Date: Oct. 18th, 1960
Publisher: Dutton