A Cookbook for Poor Poets (and others); Forward by Louise Bogan. Ann Rogers.
A Cookbook for Poor Poets (and others); Forward by Louise Bogan
A Cookbook for Poor Poets (and others); Forward by Louise Bogan
A Cookbook for Poor Poets (and others); Forward by Louise Bogan

A Cookbook for Poor Poets (and others); Forward by Louise Bogan

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. 179 pages. 21 x 13 cm. Poets, artists, and just about anyone these days will enjoy this thoughtful cookbook. Rogers reflects on the Sunday dinners of her childhood, during the depression and her three rules: always have good bread, always use real butter, and always serve wine. The introduction explains the "The Nickel Dinner" and how it grew. Recipes include Soups, Salads, Egg & Cheese, Beans - Peas - Rice - and assorted cereals, and One Pot Meals. Forward by Louis Bogan, Poet Laureate to the Library of Congress (1945), and the first woman to hold that title. Book plate on front free end paper. Drawing by Anna Kopczynski. Clean, crisp copy. Dust wrapper toned. Gray cloth covered boards. Near fine, in very good dust wrapper. Item #2106

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