Cooking With Love Vintage Cookbook
Cooking With Love 1965 vintage cookbook follows Florence Hirschfeld's popular Thoughts cookbook series. This book contains the Hirschfeld's own recipe collection.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket and plastic protective sleeve, 400 pages
Copyright: 1965, First Printing
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Author: Florence Kerr Hirschfeld
Description: Florence Hirschfeld is that delightful combination, a famous hostess who is also a famous cook. Wife of a noted Chicago architect, she entertains in her beautiful penthouse on Chicago's lake front. Here, countless friends have feasted on good talk and fabulous food while their cook- hostess moves among them with vivacious ease.
One of the prime contributors to the very successful "Thoughts" books -- Thoughts for Food, Thoughts for Buffets, and Thoughts for Festive Foods -- Florence Hirschfeld now speaks for herself. Here are recipes from her own file, collected in person all over the world and tested in her own kitchen. They are original, foolproof, delicious.
Her book is divided into fifteen sections, each with an introduction containing detailed suggestions from the author as to preparation, timing, service, and decor. It is a helpful book for any cook-hostess, and one she will want to own for her personal cookery shelf. It is also a beautiful gift book for any age group, from brides to grandmothers. A desirable complement to any cooking library, it can be used as the single addition to a single basic book, and as the answer to any special occasion, from cocktails for two to the most elaborate party. The author's warm personality will bring an added pleasure to the users of her book, for she seems to be right there in the kitchen with you
Condition: Good condition. Dust jacket has some light wear at corners.
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