Vintage Chefs', Celebrities' and Food Writers' Cookbooks

Vintage Chefs’, Celebrities’ and Food Writers’ Cookbooks: Vintage Cookbook’s antique, antiquarian, vintage and rare out-of-print cookbooks written by chefs, food writers, or and famous personalities, including many signed first editions. Cookbooks from chefs of the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Historic chefs and historic cookbooks.

Vintage Chefs’, Celebrities’ and Food Writers’ Cookbooks currently on the website include: Stork Club Bar Book, Lucius Beebe, 1946, First, First! Gift Edition, Numbered Copy 19 of 46; Gun Club Cook Book, 1930, 1939, or a Culinary Code for Appreciative Epicures, by Charles Browne, with illustrations by Leonard Holton; Jolie Gabor’s Family Cookbook, 1962; Aromas and Flavors of Past and Present, Alice B. Toklas, 1959, True First Edition; Edna Lewis, In Pursuit of Flavor, 1988, First Edition, First Printing; Wolf in Chef’s Clothing, 1950, 1954; Monet’s Table: Cooking Journals of Claude Monet, 1989; Way to Cook, Julia Child, 1989; Gold Cook Book, 1947, Master Chef Louis P. De Gouy, First Edition, First Printing;  Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook, 1961, First/First, Foreward by Alice B. Toklas;  Dine at Home with Rector, 1937; Baking at High Altitude: The Muffin Lady’s Old Fashioned Recipes, Signed First Edition; Fancy Pantry: Elegant Edibles, Helen Witty, 1986; 104 Prize Radio Recipes, 192; Cook’s Tour of San Francisco, 1963;  Helen Corbitt’s Greenhouse Cookbook, 1979;  Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Louisiana Kitchen, 1984; How to Feed a Starving Artist Cookbook, 1983; Free Hand Cooking, Foot Hills Art Center, 1970; Helen Corbitt’s Cookbook, 1957;  A La Rector, George Rector, 1933; With a Jug of Wine, 1949; Chef’s Holiday, 1952; Sook’s Cook Book: Memories and Traditional Receipts from Deep South, 1989; Mary Cullen’s Cottage, circa 1930s; Merry Mixer Cook Book: Successful Methods and Recipes for Beginners, 1937;  Trader Vic’s Helluva Man’s Cookbook, 1976;   Tasha Tudor’s Cookbook, 1993; With Bold Knife and Fork, 1968; Boniface, Goodman Kelleher, A Cook’s Story of His Own Broth, 1945; Dining in New York with Rector, 1939; Julia Child’s The Way to Cook, 1989; Antoinette Pope School Cook Book; Lord Peter Wimsey Cookbook;  the New James Beard; Queen Mary Cook Book; Chef’s Secret Cook Book; James Beard’s New Fish Cookery, 1976; Frances Parkinson Keyes Cook Book; Julia Child & More Company, 1979;  Encore: Favorite Dishes of World’s Most Famous Musicians, 1958;   All Manner of Food, Michael Field, 1970, First Edition, First Printing; Chef’s New Secret Cookbook, Louis Szathmary, 1975; Jolie Gabor’s Family Cookbook;  Antoinette Pope School Cookbook, Revised, 1954; Simple French Cooking for English Homes, 1923; and many more.