Mapie, Countess de Toulouse-Lautrec, La Cuisine de France, Modern French Cookbook, 1964: Huge 763 page cookbook written by Mapie, Countess de Toulouse-Lautrec and edited and translated by Charlotte Turgeon. Published by the Orion Press, New York, in 1964. This copy is from the first edition. The book is in as-if-new condition. The dust jacket is intact, but has shelf wear.
This is the first cookbook the Countess “has written expressly for the American housewife, demonstrating by means of 1500 remarkably clear and easy-to-follow recipes, how the Frenchwoman of today upholds the great tradition of French cuisine.” It is a comprehensive cookbook, with chapters on sauces, soups, entrees, eggs, fish, poultry and game, meat, potatoes, rice and pasta, vegetables, salads, desserts, pastry, and wine.
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