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A guide to the selection, combination, and cooking of foods / by Carl A. Rietz [and Jeremiah J. Wanderstock].

Main Author: Rietz, Carl A.,
Related Names: Hindley, Julia Perrin , contributor, Wanderstock, Jeremiah J. 1920-, author.
Language(s): English
Published: ©1965 (volume 2)
©1961 (volume 1)
Westport, Connecticut : The AVI Publishing Company, Inc., 1961-1965.
Subjects: Gastronomy.
Food.
Cooking.
Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.
Gastronomy.
Cooking.
Food.
Note: Some recipes include wine or liquor as ingredients.
Includes household hints.
Carl Rietz' presentation copy to Julia Perrin Hindley, with his signed gift inscription on front flyleaf (volume 1).
Julia P. Hindley, home economist and author, contributed for seven or eight years on flood flavors and comparative international cookery and revised and criticised large parts of the manuscript. Consult volume 1, pages ix-x.
"Figure 25--Gustametric chart--Foods scaled according to flavor intensities": volume 1, before page 89.
Physical Description: 2 volumes : illustrations (some color, some folded) ; 24 cm.
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