Cart

Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, 1954, Nearly Mint Condition. Recipes and Stories from 1920’s Paris and World War I.

$120.00

Description

Alice B. Toklas Cook Book: The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, written by Alice B. Toklas and illustrated by Sir Francis Rose. First American edition, published in 1954 by Harper and Brothers, New York. Hard cover, 288 pages. This book is a true artifact of American history, as Miss Toklas lived with Gertrude Stein on Paris’ Left Bank, as a member of the Lost Generation. Many anecdotes–and recipes–come from Toklas’s and Stein’s adventures with the American Fund for the French Wounded during World War II, traveling the French countryside in their car, Aunt Pauline. Other recipes come from their travels in the United States, from hotels and restaurants around the world, well as from famous and not-so-famous friends. It is an excellent cookbook, with recipes and stories all told in charming detail! Toklas gives us more than 350 recipes for meals that you can serve, garnished with her juicy bits of literary history!   Cover is perfect except for some lightly bumped corners.  Hinges are perfect.  Binding is perfect.  Pages are completely clean and clear.

See Vintage Cookbook’s Antique Recipes section for one great Toklas recipe, Browned Spinach Daisy. See it here: http://74.220.207.130/~vintagp9/?p=1767

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, 1954, Nearly Mint Condition. Recipes and Stories from 1920’s Paris and World War I.”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *