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This cheery, thumb-indexed "Recipes of all Nations" cookbook was written by Countess Morphy (who likely wasn't a countess). The book came out in the 30s; this is a 1952 edition. Cuisine covers French, Italian, Spanish, Creole, Indian, Japanese and more.

According to the author, "I want to show the American housewife how 'Every woman' cooks and eats in other countries -- not the highly skilled professional cook, but just the ordinary middle class woman with limited means. I want to show her how, in quite simple ways, she can vary her menu and bring about constant changes in the daily round of meals."

CONDITION: No dust-jacket. Small stain on bottom pages edges (photo 5). The back of the front free endpaper has a list of signatures/greetings, wishing the book owner luck in his new job as a principal. This page is split from the title page, but the binding is tight, pages are clean and boards are bright.

Published by Wm. H. Wise Co.
A big fat 821 pages.

Ships USPS Media Mail from beautiful Portland, Oregon.

1952 "Recipes of All Nations" compiled by Countess Morphy


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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
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