Martha Stewart’s Menus for Entertaining, 1994, First Edition, First Printing: Mint condition copy of Martha Stewart’s second book on entertaining (her first was Entertaining,) published in 1994 by Clarkson Potter, Publishers, New York. Hard cover, oversized cookbook with dust jacket. 224 pages. Photographs by Dana Gallagher. Both book and dust jacket are in mint, as-if-new condition. Definitely gift quality.
In this book, Stewart provides menus–with recipes, of course–for many occasions arranged according to the calendar. They include celebrating spring, pink peony dinner party, hors d’oeuvres in the garden, a small but special baby shower, a spicy Thai lunch, a Louisiana seafood feast, a North Carolina barbecue, crabs and corn on the beach, a Tuscan buffet outdoors, the best clambake, surprisingly simple Chinese, a “Fried Green Tomatoes” brunch, a midsummer fiesta, pasta for a crowd, Halloween’s ghoulish pleasures, Thanksgiving at Turkey Hill, a holiday dessert buffet, a birthday dinner of gifts, new traditions for Christmas, and come for champagne and caviar.
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