Good/Fair. Volume 2. Book Club Edition. Light spotting/staining on upper page edge. Good condition. Light to moderate shelf wear, creasing on covers. Binding intact. Chipping, small tears in DJ. Fair condition Dust Jacket Included. DJ has moderate to heavy edge wear, creasing, rubbing, chipping. (K89)
Very good in very good dust jacket. DJ is worn at top and bottom edge, lightly toned, one 2" closed tear repaired with tape. Book is fine, interior clean, binding tight. 2 v. : illus.; 26 cm. Includes Illustrations. Article by Patricia Simon (later to co-write Simca's Cuisine) for McCall's magazine previewing Volume 2 laid in.
Good. 1961 copyright, 16th printing, August 1967, pictorial hardcover without dust jacket, tight, bright, pages clear and bright, shelf and edge wear, corners bumped, sunned spine, gift inscription on flyleaf, packaged in cardboard box for shipment, tracking on U.S. orders.
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Sep 3, 2009
art of french cooking
speedy delivery, book arrived in condition as described. Would definately recommend to a friend.
Apr 10, 2009
Julia Child Rocks!
I had to get this early edition book after reading Julia Child's "My Life in France" in which she explains how this "cookery book" came to being. This tome uses precise language yet it retains all of Julia's wit and charm. As a reference, it is very user friendly and unintimidating because Julia is there guiding every step. It is not just a cook book but a piece of culinary history.
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