1977 'Italian Cookbook' 1st Ed, Culinary Arts Institute, First Printing, Illustrated, Vintage

COLLECTOR'S 1977 first edition, first printing vintage hardcover cookbook - Culinary Arts Institute Italian Cookbook.

Traditional recipes tested for today's kitchen. This gem has everything you need to know to cook the greatest Italian food. Mouth-watering traditional dishes for a home meal or entertaining to impress.

Editor: Sherrill Corley, Director: Helen Geist, Publisher: Culinary Arts Institute, Chicago, IL, Copyright, 1977. ISBN 0832605719. Not ex-library.

Lots of gorgeous illustrations by Ralph Creasman. BRILLIANT photographs; full page glossy color plates. Wait until you see all the pictures. WOW!!

Charming drawings, each one black & white with single vibrant colors, red, green, blue, orange and brown.

Elegant gourmet dishes, hearty peasant fare, holiday breads and cakes, antipasto, favorite snacks, sweets, luscious desserts, secrets of homemade pasta and more.

Cooking by REGIONS:

Sicily, Tuscany, Liguria, Umbria, Sardinia,

Campania, Calabria, Veneto Euganea, Abruzzi,

Molise, Lombardy, Apulia & more.

Introduction is The history of Italian cooking. Full glossary & index. Adventure in Cooking Series.

Hardcover, bright pictorial on yellow boards, 96 pages, 10" x 8". Illustrations FINE. Kitchen unused. Binding tight. Fine vintage condition.

Cover fine/bright/clean-light shelfwear. Pages fine/bright/clean. Bfep light wear-edge water stain-small area title pp.

Item ID: BK2031

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