Dinner Against the Clock, 1973, Madeleine Kamman, First Printing, As-if-New: Cookbook by Madeleine Kamman, famous for her Making of a Cook cookbooks. Published in 1973 by Atheneum, New York. Stated first edition, presumed first printing, no other being mentioned. Hard boards covered in green linen. 326 pages. As-if-new condition! Pages clean and clear. Binding is perfect. Hinges are perfect.
I don’t know how this cookbook could ever go out of print. It’s one of the most practical cookbooks I’ve ever read, and I’ve read a lot of cookbooks. Kamman proposes dinner menus, suggests the order in which to prepare the dishes, provides recipes and techniques–all for dinners that can be prepared in 45 minutes or less. And these recipes sound yummy!
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