Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Illustrated by Illustrated. Very good. No dust jacket. (See complete description. ); A sophisticated collection of recipes contributed by consulates, hosts and hostesses, and restaurants of the Bay Area. Recipes are credited and sometimes annotated. Foreword by Herb Caen, columnist on the San Francisco Examiner and The San Francisco Chronicle, underscores San Francisco's reputation as a city of culinary excellence. Drawings portraying elegant dining are by John Lewis and Kaiser Graphic Arts. This is the first edition bearing the statement of purpose: "Profits from this book will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Northern California Chapter. " Yellow cloth. A few page corner creases, light offsetting on endpapers, else very good. No dust jacket.; 8vo; A-K, 178 pp. pages.
Lewis, John and Kaiser Graphic Arts. Very Good in Good+ jacket. Illustrated with B&W drawings. Pages clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Yellow boards, clean, bright, brown lettering, minor shelf wear. NON price-clipped DJ [$3.95] in new archival mylar, mostly clean, bright, some edge wear, short tears, ca 1/2" piece missing at bottom spine edge. From a Banquet of Beans to Borsht, from Perdrix to Turkey Tetrazzini, fames hosts and hostesses of San Francisco as well as Consulates and world-renowned restaurants have joined Mrs. Robertson in creating a succulent picture of Gourmet living as it is done in the San Francisco Bay Area. Media Mail and US Priority shipping include free tracking information.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. (USA) 5th printing. 8vo, yellow cloth, 178pp, index. B&W decorative drawings. Robertson is a San Francisco society lady whose grandfather, William Miller Graham, worked with famed chefs, including Louis Diat, and whose mother Geraldine Miller Graham was also involved in the gastronomic arts. This is a collection of recipes from Bay Area hostesses (the contributors; list reads like a Who's-Who), consulates and chef of distinguished restaurants. The recipes are quite uneven varying from "Pheasant en Plumage" contributed by Mario Mondin of The Blue Fox to "Cheese Ice Cream" donated by the Honorable Mrs. Stuart Pleydell-Bouverie. About VG+ in clipped VG Dj with rubbing to flap folds and to head of spine. (1.5 FO 40/3.
Illustrated by Lewis, john Full Page Ilust. Very Good. 6x9" VERY GOOD Condition, name ep"To Grace. George B". Cover minor soil Yellow Clothbd; 176ps pages; Multiple Sclerosis Society (benefit) 1 PAGE FOR EACH SOCIETY LADY TO OFFER HER FAVORITE RECIPE. MANY WELL KNOWN WOMAN.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Cloth in DJ; 177pp; Slight handling wear to DJ, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG/VG condition. Second volume of recipes from the San Francisco Bay Area. Foreword by Barnaby Conrad. Contents: Favorite Recipes of Bay Area Hostesses; Dining with our Consulates; Famous Bay Area Restaurants; Famous Stolen Recipes of Roxana D. Robertson.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book. Signed by Author(s) Signed by author on fep, VG/G, 1st edn, volume II only, 171pps + index, recipes from Bay Area hostesses listed plus her own; also of some interest are recipes gathered from famous local restaurants some of whom no longer exist.
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