Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Worldwide Restaurant Cookbook

From Stockholm to Tokyo, this Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Worldwide Restaurant vintage cookbook from 1960 is a rare find. It visits some of the world's finest restaurants and offers recipes from a mix of exotic destinations. 


Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 398 pages. First printing 

Copyright: 1960 

Publisher: Random House, Inc. 

Author: Charlotte Adams 

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Description: The Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Worldwide Restaurant Cookbook offers a superlative double bill of fare: it is not only a guide that will unerringly direct the globe trotter to the finest of the world's restaurants, but a complete collection of cosmopolitan recipes for the home gourmet in search of a distinctive cuisine. 

Made possible through the co-operation of Scandinavian Airlines System, this unique cookbook took author Charlotte Adams to more than thirty-six countries in Europe, the Far East, the Middle East and South America, as well as the United States, in pursuit of the world's best restaurants and their favorite recipes. From the elegant Tour d'Argent in Paris to the exotic Full Moon in Tokyo ... from the new-as-tomorrow Golden Door at the Idlewild airport to the Ulpia in Rome, housed in a building two thousand years old ... from a houseboat restaurant in Hong Kong to the seclusion of the temple gardens in Kyoto, Japan ... from a skyscraper dining room in Rio de Janeiro to a cave in Stockholm,  from all these, and many more, you'll delight in food as varied and unique as the countries in which they were created, an abundance of culinary riches ranging from the plainest to the most elegant of hors d'oeuvres-to-desserts. 

In these days of air travel, the world is yours to explore. Much of its fascination, excitement and great good fun is found in its mouth-watering cuisine. So if you're going abroad, if you want to go, or if you never go at all, with a copy of the SAS Worldwide Restaurant Cookbook you can savor round-the-world cooking served right where it originated, or in your own kitchen. 


Condition: Bookboards and interior pages are in very nice condition. Dust jacket has light shelf wear and edges are scuffy. Top and bottom edge are slightly frayed. Front cover's top corner of interior flap is clipped. 

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