Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook 1970
Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook 1970 is a huge cookbook with 1,040 pages in all inside. There are menus, recipes galore, and all kinds of instructional cooking information. This vintage cookbook classic from the respected Culinary Arts Institute (CIA) is a must-have for the cookbook collector and home cook.
Format: Hardcover, 1,040 pages
Publisher: Culinary Arts Institute, Chicago.
Author: Ruth Berolzheimer, Editor
Description: The American family and community have always been food conscious. In every section of the country there are special food festivals ... FishFrys in the South, Barbecues and Chuck Wagon days in the West, Clambakes in the East and Steak Frys and Weiner Roasts in the North. All happy occasions are celebrated with food, often very colorfully. This cookbook and its recipes are designed for these kinds of celebrations and occasions in mind.
Condition: Good condition.