Cook, My Darling Daughter, 1962, Mildred O. Knopf, As-If-New Condition: Cookbook by the author of The Perfect Hostess Cook Book, 1950, this cookbook, Knopf says, is NOT a beginner’s cookbook teaching how to boil water. It is a cookbook “for young women who want to learn how to love to cook.” It has chapters like Not All Pies are Apple or Pies as Entrees; Daddy’s Gone A-Hunting; Souffles Are NOT Scary; Don’t be Afraid to be Old-Fashioned or Homemake Cakes and Frostings; Baking in a Hurry; and From Our House to Your House with Love.
Hard cover book without a dust jacket. Published by Alfred A. Knopf (her brother in law), New York in 1959. This copy is from the 1962 second printing. 619 pages plus extensive index. This copy is in perfect condition. Hinges are perfect, binding is perfect, all pages are clean and clear. Definitely gift quality.
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