The Gamble House Cookbook
The Gamble House Cookbook comes to you from the landmark Pasadena home of the same name. Inside this cookbook are 200 easy-to-prepare recipes served in The Gamble House since 1966.
Format: Hardcover, 175 pages.
Publisher: Balcony Press
Author: Meg McComb
Description: In 1908 David and Mary Gamble built a house in Pasadena to enjoy the famously mild winters of Southern California, leaving behind their Cincinnati home for a few months every year They selected Charles and Henry Greene to design the winter home that would become an icon of the American Arts and Crafts movement.
The Gamble House Cookbook Good Design, Good Food, presents nearly 200 easy and delicious recipes served by members of the Docent Council of The Gamble House since 1966. Celebrity chef Mark Peel of Campanile Restaurant, Los Angeles, interprets a selection of Mary Gamble's handwritten recipes, reproduced here for the first time.
Condition: Good condition.