New Doubleday Cookbook, edited by Jean Anderson and Elaine Hanna. Published by Doubleday and Company, Inc., Garden City, New York. 1985. Comprehensive cookbook. Later printing on thicker paper, making for a much larger, thicker book. Hard cover with dust jacket. Dust jacket has a couple of dings. 965 pages. Some minor shelf wear. All pages are clean and clear. Up-scale, sophisticated cookbook suitable for serious foodies! (Marked down from $78.00.)
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