Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills Recipes, 1930: One (actually, two) great recipes from the Beverly Hills Woman’s Club. Here’s Buster Keaton’s Chop Suey and Fannie Brice’s Yorkshire Hot Pot!
See the cookbook here: Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills
Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills Recipes: We did have one copy of Fashion in Foods in Beverly Hills here at VintageCookbook.com. Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills, published by the Beverly Hills Woman’s Club, Beverly Hills, California. Printed in Beverly Hills by The Beverly Hills Citizen. Hard boards with deco cover design. 223 pages. Recipes from Beverly Hills stars, including Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Buster Keaton, Joan Crawford, and Fannie Brice. (I’ve posted a couple of them in our Recipes section.) This is the 1930 second edition. Includes a complete index of contributors, an introduction by Will Rodgers, and a few pages of advertisements. Cover is a bit faded and shelf worn. Pages are lightly and evenly tanned.
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