Fannie Farmer Cookbook, Pristine 11th Edition: Fannie Farmer Cookbook, revised by Wilma Lord Perkins and published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Eleventh edition, 1965. Hardback, bound in gold, 624 pages. If your mom used Fannie Farmer, this may have been her edition. This copy is in as-if-new condition, with a almost perfect dust jacket (has two or three 1/4″ tears,) and an absolutely mint, probably never even read book with absolutely clean pages and a perfect binding. Stellar gift condition! (Marked down from $68.00.)
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