Treasury of Great Recipes by Mary and Vincent Price. Specialties of the World’s Foremost Restaurants Adapted for the American Kitchen. Published by Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers, New York, in 1965. Very large, elegantly composed volume with padded, brushed vinyl cover and attached ribbons for marking recipes. (Another first edition was published without this padded cover and ribbons.) 456 pages, plus pages for your own recipes and an extensive table of equivalents. In excellent vintage condition. Cover has minor shelf wear, especially at the edges. Ribbon place holders are worn from sitting on the shelf.
The cookbook features recipes from restaurants in France, Italy, Holland, Scandinavia, England, Spain, Mexico, and the United States. The American restaurants include Pierre Grill, Trader Vic’s, House of Chan, Luchow’s, Sardi’s, The Four Seasons, Le Pavillon, Gage and Tollner’s, Forum of the Twelve Caesars, Wayside Inn, Stonehenge, Beau Sejour, La Cremaillere, Locke-Ober, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Grisanti’s, Old Original Bookbinder’s, The Warwick, Antoine’s, The Royal Orleans, Galatoire’s, The Sante Fe Super Chief, The Whitehall Club, The Pump Room, The Stockyard Inn, Hotel Hana-Maui, The Racquet Club, Scandia, Perino’s, The Blue Fox, Ernie’s, Bush Garden, and Chavez Ravine. Includes many lavish, full-page, full-color photographs.
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