New Orleans Cookbook: What is it about New Orleans that inspires all the great cooking? Whatever it is, that quality inspires some great cookbook writing too. The New Orleans Cookbook, by Rima and Richard Collin, is written almost like a scholarly work, with references, a glossary a bibliography, an historical introduction, and even a shopping guide. First published in 1975 by Alfred A. Knopf, New York. This copy is from the first edition, first printing. Hard cover with a fragment of dust jacket now safely encased in Mylar. 244 pages. Book is as-new. Signed by the authors on the flyleaf.
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