The Hundred Glories of French Cooking; translated from the French by Derek Coltman

New York: Farrar, Strous and Giroux, 1973. First American Edition. Hardcover. 506 pages. 26 x 18 cm. Robert Courtine (1910-1988), a wonderful storyteller and gourmet, wrote a column called "the Pleasures of the Table" for the Paris Newspaper Le Monde. This delightful cookbook is profusely illustrated with a selection of Courtine's hundred favorite recipes out of the entire range of French cookery: from simple country-style dishes to the triumphs of the haute cuisine. Interior and boards clean and crisp. Dust wrapper lightly toned with some closed tears. Covered in protective mylar. Blue and maroon boards. Near fine, in very good dust wrapper. Item #3452

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