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The Food of France

£34.99

Product description

First Edition published in 1958 by Cassell and Company.

This is an invaluable reference book for anyone wanting to cook in the French style. Includes several pages of monochrome photographs. As much a travel book about France in the 1950s as a discussion about French food. It also recommends numerous restaurants with details of their specialities.

There is a long dedication taped to the inside front cover - see image above.

Complete with original unclipped dust jacket, now protected by plastic. The DJ is a bit darkened and has a large tear along the spine. The boards are bound in two colours with a white spine and blue boards. The pages are clean and unmarked and the is tight and sound.

Item details

Added value:
A fascinating glimpse of France in the 1950s
Author(s):
Waverley Root
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16.6 cm by 24.1 cm, 1100g
Edition:
First edition, 1958
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
515
Publisher:
Cassell and Company Ltd
Title:
The Food of France

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About this item

First Edition published in 1958 by Cassell and Company.

This is an invaluable reference book for anyone wanting to cook in the French style. Includes several pages of monochrome photographs. As much a travel book about France in the 1950s as a discussion about French food. It also recommends numerous restaurants with details of their specialities.

There is a long dedication taped to the inside front cover - see image above.

Complete with original unclipped dust jacket, now protected by plastic. The DJ is a bit darkened and has a large tear along the spine. The boards are bound in two colours with a white spine and blue boards. The pages are clean and unmarked and the is tight and sound.

Added value:
A fascinating glimpse of France in the 1950s
Author(s):
Waverley Root
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16.6 cm by 24.1 cm, 1100g
Edition:
First edition, 1958
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
515
Publisher:
Cassell and Company Ltd
Title:
The Food of France

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