This is Recipes of all Nations by Countess Morphy, Wm. H. Wise and Co., New York c. 1935, 821 pages.
Tired of the same old dishes day after day? Why not broaden your culinary horizons with some incredible international meals. Countess Morphy was trained by chefs and came from a family noted for the excellence of their family cuisine. She was born in New Orleans and has made a special study of that place. A section of this book is devoted to this subject.
The book's cloth cover shows it has been well- loved as it is frayed along the bottom edge of the spine. There is also a beverage ring on the front cover. The inside has a spot on the back of the title and on the contents page.The owner's name is also inscribed on the title page. Aside from age-related edge wear this cookbook is still in great shape. This would make a great gift for your favorite chef!