Cook is in the Parlor, Marguerite Gilbert McCarthy, 1947



Cook is in the Parlor, Marguerite Gilbert McCarthy, 1947: You can be a guest at your own dinner party by following this advice on how to prepare unusual meals and relax and entertain at the same time. McCarthy provides menus and complete recipes for Sunday Morning Breakfast, Sunday Night Supper, a Cocktail Party, the Buffet Dinner, a Black Tie Dinner, the Lilac Tea, Having “The Girls” for Luncheon, and Dessert Bridge. She tells you what to prepare ahead, what will keep for days, what you have to do at the last minute.

Hardcover book with dust jacket. 310 pages. Published by Gramercy Publishing Company by arrangement with Little, Brown and Company. Dust jacket has a very minor amount of shelf wear. Book is in absolutely mint condition. Definitely gift quality.

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