The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook
Alice B. Toklas's first collection, originally published in 1954, is chock-full of stories of meals shared with such famous friends as Thornton Wilder, Pablo Picasso, and Ernest Hemingway: a rich mixture of food and friends, menus and memories. Herein are fascinating memories of wartime in Paris - the city that Toklas called home for most of her life - Spain, rural France, and America. (6 X 9, 304 pages, illustrations)
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Review: The Alice B. Toklas CookbookUser Review - Kevin - Goodreads
I found a paperback copy of the cookbook in Asheville NC for $1.72 plus tax. It was the literary bargain of the year for me. This is not the hard-cover, ergo no introduction by MFK Fisher. But, the ... Read full review
Review: The Alice B. Toklas Cook BookUser Review - Ricky German - Goodreads
This is quite possibly my favorite cookbook. It's very personal and it covers the art of french entertaining. I think it's a perfect supplement to Julia Child's Master the Art of French Cooking. You ... Read full review
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