Art of Serving Food Attractively
Art of Serving Food Attractively brings you garnishing instruction for all types of foods. This vintage 1951 cookbook has hundreds of instructions for the cook who enjoys preparing eye-appealing and tasty meals. This is not a recipe book.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 190 pages.
Copyright: 1951 Book Club Edition
Publisher: Doubleday and Company
Author: Mary Albert Wenker
Description: The Art of Serving Food Attractively is not only a fine handbook for the hostess who desires to please her weekly bridge club or ladies' aid group, but also for the homemaker who enjoys serving attractive meals to her family.
Written by a woman who has had wide experience in the field of home economics. The Art of Serving Food Attractively begins with the general rules for garnishing -- the do's and don'ts -- and then goes on to give complete, easy-to-follow instructions for every suitable garnish for every type of food: appetizers, beverages, breads, cakes and cookies, desserts, fish, meats, and many others -- with a special chapter on decorating trays and food to tempt the tired palate of the invalid.
All the material in this specific, detailed guide for the homemaker is arranged alphabetically for easy reference.
Condition: Good condition. Minor shelf wear.
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