Picayune Creole Cook Book, eleventh edition, printed in 1947, still with the recipes using wines and liquors customary before Prohibition. Published by the Times-Picayune Publishing Company, New Orleans. Original copyright 1901. This is a dark red hard copy with an African American woman in scarf and apron stirring a mixing bowl. 438 pages. Clay coated pages. Cover has heavy shelf wear, especially at the corners and edges. Hinges are perfect. Pages all clean and clear.
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