"The Plaza Cookbook" Rare 1972 First Edition
"The Plaza Cookbook" Rare 1972 First Edition

"The Plaza Cookbook" Rare 1972 First Edition

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  • Wonderful cookbook from the Plaza Hotel in New York City
  • Written by Eve Brown. Published by 1972 Prentice Hall, 1972
  • Hardcover with pictorial dust jacket; First Edition. 340 pages
  • Previously-owned; Measures 11-1/2" by 6" by 1-1/2"

Rare Cookbook from New York's Most Iconic and Luxurious Hotel.

Re-Create the Plaza Experience. We cannot promise you a quiet tall window overlooking Central Park for a long and succulent Sunday brunch. Or a splendid and unforgettable Saturday night in the Persian Room. Or a cocktail in the Oak Room. But with this previous-owned 1972 First Edition of The Plaza Cookbook you can re-create for yourself the favorites and traditions of the millions who have loved her -- the food that has been fit for kings and princes. Feel the invisible hoverings of liveried footman and matchless waiters, "slip an invisible mink from your shoulders," and dine.

The contents include Hors d'Oeuvres; Soups; Salads; Dressings; Sauces; Eggs; Beef; Veal; Lamb; Game; Pork; Poultry; Fish; Shellfish and Seafood; Vegetables; Stuffings; Pasta, Risotto and Pilaff; Desserts; Coffees Around the World.