Condition: Very Good -Text is clean. No markings. Spine tight. No Dust Jacket. The cover is clean with minimal wear. Minor edge-wear. Head and tail have crushes.
Called a culinary classic, The Gold Cook Book includes nearly 2,500 recipes for American and European dishes. The author, Louis P. De Gouy, began his career as chef under his father, who was Esquire of Cuisine to the late Emperor Franz Josef of Austria. He went on to work for numerous great culinary establishments in Europe and America, including Grand Hotel, Hotel Regina, Hotel du Louvre, Monte Carlo, and the old Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. He also served as Chef Steward aboard the J.P. Morgan yacht Wild Duck when it made its cruise around the world.
Chilton Book Co. (January 1, 1960)
Hardcover: 1256 pages
Dimensions: 14.7 x 6.3 x 21.4 cm
Weight: 1.34 kg
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