American Heritage Cookbook
This 1969 vintage American Heritage Cookbook is chock-full of over 500 traditional American recipes including everything from meatballs to apple pie .
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket with plastic protective sleeve, 245 pages
Publisher: American Heritage Press
Author: Editors of American Heritage Magazine
Description: More than 500 great traditional recipes, old and new, are gathered together in this new larger-size version of a perennial best seller. It is a book that views our past in terms of the foods our forefathers ate and the drinks they drank.
Here you will find such all-American dishes as Indian pudding and succotash, apple pie and Kentucky burgoo. You will also find a wide variety of once-foreign flavors, contributed by immigrants from many lands, beefsteak and kidney pie, Swedish meatballs, veal grillades Louisiana, panettone, creme brulee.
Ours is not a "cuisine" such as homogeneous nations boast, but a rich potpourri of dishes and drinks that have evolved from the native bounty of this country and the cultures of a dozen others. The recipes were tested and adapted for use in modern kitchens by Helen McCully Associates, food consultants. Forty historic menus are included.
Condition: Bookboards and interior pages are in very nice condition. Interior flap's top corner has been clipped. There is a light dent in the top and bottom edge. Dust jacket's bottom edge has a tiny tear. Dust jacket comes with plastic protective sleeve.
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