Condition: Vintage Very Good - – Text Clean and unmarred. Hardback has minor corner wear. Front cover board roughly bonded to spine. No loose pages Dust jacket is worn, stained and has tears at head, tail and corners.
"Helen Corbitt (d. 1978) is the chef who put Neiman-Marcus on the list of great places to eat. It's a wonderful cookbook. The "soup" chapter alone is worth the price of the entire volume. Helen had some ideas that at first may sound strange, but, boy, do they ever work! This is a cookbook that every basic (not ooh-la-la) cook should have handy. She has some "fancier" cookbooks, but these recipes are more down-to-earth, and the ingredients are easy to find-with mind-boggling (or stomach-boggling) results. Go for it!" -reader review
Hardcover: 388 pages
Houghton Mifflin (Jan. 1, 1957)
Weight: 649 g
Dimensions: 14.4 x 3.7 x 21.2 cm