Consomme Carmen from Newport Cookbook, Ceil Dyer, 1972: One great recipe from the Newport Cookbook:
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Newport Cookbook, Ceil Dyer, 1972, First Edition, First Printing: Hard cover book published in 1972 by Hawthorn Books, Inc., Publisher, New York. NO dust jacket. 250 pages. Cover has very minor shelf wear. Pages are clean and clear. Binding and hinges are perfect.
Richly Illustrated Book, A Collection Of Authentic Recipes And Menus From Every Era Of Newport, Rhode Island’s Fabulous History, From Colonial Days And Its Life As A Great Seaport To Its Glamourous Age As The Queen Of American Resorts. Authentic recipes for early delights of the table appear in THE NEWPORT COOKBOOK. Later, French chefs prepared creamed oysters, boned and rolled lamb chops with artichoke hearts with mushroom puree, and meringue cake. Dyer describes and illustrates with etchings and photographs that recall periods of the country’s history. Authentic recipes from each era, clearly and skillfully presented to be made today, provide a treasury of superb dishes. Ceil Dyer worked closely with The Preservation Society of Newport County in researching and writing THE NEWPORT COOKBOOK.