By Louis Hatchett, Duncan Hines
Kentucky local and nationwide tastemaker Duncan Hines (1880--1959) released his first cookbook, Adventures in reliable Cooking, in 1939 on the age of fifty-nine. This best-selling assortment featured recipes from decide upon eating places around the nation in addition to crowd-pleasing relations favorites, and it helped to elevate the traditional for domestic cooking in the United States. choked with succulent treats, from the Waldorf-Astoria's chook Fricassee to the Oeufs a l. a. Russe served at Antoine's eating place in New Orleans to Mrs. Hines's personal Christmas Nut Cake, this booklet comprises vintage recipes from most sensible cooks and residential chefs alike.
Featuring a brand new advent by means of Hines biographer Louis Hatchett and a worthy consultant to the artwork of carving, this vintage cookbook serves up a pleasing slice of twentieth-century Americana, direct from the kitchen of 1 of the nation's such a lot depended on names in nutrition. Now a brand new new release of chefs can get pleasure from and percentage those delectable dishes with friends and family.
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