Capital Cookery by Susan Cartwright, Alan Edmonds 1970

Capital Cookery by Susan Cartwright, Alan Edmonds 1970

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Condition: Very Good +  - Appears unread.  Text has no markings of any kind.  Dust jacket has minimal rubbing. Three small tears at edges.    

Capital Cookery: Hundreds Of Recipes From The Kitchens Of Canada's Prime Ministers Revealed For The Very First Time in addition to recipes contains humorous anecdotes & stories about some of the illustrious guests who have wined & dined at 24 Sussex Drive. Sir Winston Churchill's reaction when he was accidentally served a teetotalers' apple juice cocktail instead of the stronger beverage he preferred. Why Princess Margaret chose to cook an early morning breakfast for herself & party. How Pierre Trudeau solved the problem of a soggy souffle' & restored kitchen harmony between competing cooks. What incident is guardedly remembered as 'The Affair of the Mysterious Moose'. How Olive Diefenbaker won the gratitude & affection of Jacqueline Kennedy with a surprise luncheon offering.  A treat for anyone interested in Canadian culinary history. 

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Hardcover: 160 pages
ASIN: ‎B0036JL3CQ
Pagurian Press (Jan. 1 1970)
Dimensions: 14.6 x 1.8 x 22.3 cm
Weight: 374 g