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Edna Lewis, In Pursuit of Flavor, 1988, First Edition, First Printing

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Edna Lewis, In Pursuit of Flavor, 1988:  This is a mint condition, just-as-if-you-took-it-off-the-shelf-at-Barnes-and-Noble, first edition copy of Edna Lewis’s 1988 masterpiece.  First edition, first printing.  Both book and dust jacket in perfect condition.  Published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York, in 1988.  Hard cover.  323 pages.  Lewis’s title is right on target:  she searches for the most flavor in every dish and with every ingredient.  For example, did you know that the collar bone of the cod fish will produce the most flavor when you are making a broth?  That the fall crop of raspberries is more flavorful than the early summer crop?  That single action baking powder has no bitter aftertaste, but that store-bought double action baking powder does?   Lewis gives you the recipe for the superior baking powder.

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Edna Lewis, In Pursuit of Flavor, 1988:  This is a mint condition, just-as-if-you-took-it-off-the-shelf-at-Barnes-and-Noble, first edition copy of Edna Lewis’s 1988 masterpiece.  First edition, first printing.  Both book and dust jacket in perfect condition.  Published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York, in 1988.  Hard cover.  323 pages.  Lewis’s title is right on target:  she searches for the most flavor in every dish and with every ingredient.  For example, did you know that the collar bone of the cod fish will produce the most flavor when you are making a broth?  That the fall crop of raspberries is more flavorful than the early summer crop?  That single action baking powder has no bitter aftertaste, but that store-bought double action baking powder does?   Lewis gives you the recipe for the superior baking powder.

If your sister, your mother, your friend, or your colleague asks you where you find your rare, first edition, antique cookbooks, please tell him or her: VintageCookbook.com. For showing off those rare recipes on your vintage kitchen or dining room table, you should visit our sister site, VintageTablecloths.com.

Please like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/vintagecookbook, where you can find vintage recipes from all the classic cookbooks! Please follow us on Twitter @vintagecookbook!  When you follow us on Twitter you’ll know immediately when we post new cookbooks and when we do mark downs!

And don’t forget to click on “Recipes” at the top of the VintageCookbook.com Homepage. You’ll find one great recipe from many of the great antique and vintage cookbooks.

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