Antique Recipes

Bohemian San Francisco Clam Chowder

Bohemian San Francisco Clam Chowder: Here’s another great recipe from Bohemian San Francisco, clam chowder thick enough to eat with a fork! Bohemian San Francisco Clam Chowder

You can see the cookbook here: Bohemian San Francisco: The Elegant Art of Dining. This book is dripping with San Francisco history. Lots of recipes like Chili Rienas, Mussels Mariniere, the famous Delmonico Raisin Sauce, from many, many restaurants, such as Vesuvius, the Poodle Dog, Hang Far Low, Charlie’s Fashion, the Good Fellows’ Grotto. This book is in very good vintage condition. The cover shows some shelf wear. No jacket. The hinges are tight, the pages are spotless, although lightly tanned.

We also have a paperback replica copy, here: This paperback replica copy was published by Silhouette Press in 1973. We don’t normally carry paperback cookbooks, but we have this copy and thought you might want to buy it. First published in 1914. By Clarence E. Edwords. Published by Paul Elder and Company, Publishers, San Francisco. Still has the lovely little line drawings. 138 pages.he first edition, hard cover, here:

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