TABLE FOR TWO by Shirley Sarvis

TABLE FOR TWO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A nice little cookbook, fine for the bride or single girl who dreams of the intimate dinner for two. The recipes are moderately exotic, experimental but not too difficult. However, the author is easily wooed by atmosphere, and supplies tips for stage settings along with pre-rendezvous kitchen toil. In cramped quarters one can cache a cake under the bed until the supreme moment, and there are zippy suggestions for a Moroccan dinner for two. Fun, fanciful and helpful for the romantic cook who sets a tiny table.

Pub Date: Oct. 25th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday