Baked Virginia Pumpkin with Sherry from Dining with My Friends: Adventures with Epicures, 1949, Crosby Gaige:
Yes, we have the cookbook. See it here: https://vintagecookbook.com/?post_type=product&p=22644
Dining with My Friends: Adventures with Epicures, 1949, Crosby Gaige: A prized collection of unique recipes, harmonious menus and delightful thoughts on food gleaned by the connoisseur during a lifetime of good eating from from the world’s great lovers of fine cooking, from such famous tycoons, editors, authors, artists, restaurateurs and cordon bleus. Hard cover cookbook published by Crown Publishers, New York. 292 pages. Dust jacket is tattered, but it is now safely wrapped in Mylar. Book is in nearly mint condition. Cover has a tiny bit of shelf wear. Highes are perfect. Binding is tight. Pages are all clear and clean.
Fascinating and lively. If you are one of my many customers who reads cookbooks the way other people read novels, you will love this cookbook. Crosby Gaige was friends with everyone in the food world–and the theatre world, and the art world–during the 1930s and 1940. He had meals with these people and documented what was on the menu plus the recipes necessary to recreate the meal, plus all the ancedotes, gossip, and other details including cooking tips. The results are absolutely charming!
Gaige dined with many of the cookbook authors we try to keep on the shelves at VintageCookbook. They include: Helen Evans Brown, Edna Ferguson, Mme. Dione Lucas, George Mardikian, June Platt, Ann Seranne, Morrison Wood, Elena Zelayeta, Peggy Wood Walling, Arnold Shircliffe, Marguerite Gilbert McCarthy, James Beard, and more.