Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1950: When the Culinary Arts Institute said, “Encyclopedic,” they meant it. The Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, first published in 1948 by Book Production Industries, Inc., Chicago. Edited by Ruth Berolzheimer, this edition was published in 1950 by the Culinary Arts Institute, Chicago. The cookbook is 974 pages, plus a 50+ pages index. It contains everything from juice recipes to blue prints for making a fireless cooker (with heated stones) to fine modernist photography. (Both, above.) Thumb indexed. In excellent vintage condition. We mended the inside hinge with clear librarian’s tape. Outside cover show some shelf wear. Pages are all clean and clear.
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