Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook 1965
Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook 1965 Edition is called Cooking for American Homemakers. This cookbook is a classic with 1,040 pages including recipes, advice and illustrations. The index alone is 66 pages. A customer once told us this is his top cookbook and all a person needs in the kitchen. Wow. If that isn't enough of an endorsement of this treasure, we don't know what is.
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 1,040 pages including 66 page index and finger tabbed pages
Publisher: Culinary Arts Institute, Chicago
Author: Ruth Berolzheimer
Description: Never has a cookbook been so richly illustrated and seldom, if ever, has one been so complete on all matters pertaining to cooking. With hundreds of pictures, tested recipes, and practical advice, the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook tells everything you want to know about buying, proper care, preparation, and serving of foods of all kinds.
In addition to its thousands of recipes and practical suggestions, the book covers all phases of meal planning and preparation; it includes menus and tips and 2,000 facts about food. With the all-inclusive, 66-page index, the book contains 1,040 pages, packed with recipes and helpful advice to make cooking easier and provide the kind of meals that will keep the family happy and healthy. There's even a black and white photo on almost every page. Striking blueprints show the cuts of meat and how to cook them. The more you use the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook the more you will enjoy it, and the more indispensable it will be in meeting your food problems.
Condition: Good condition.