Vollständiges Praktisches Kochbuch für die jüdische Küche. Selbstgeprüfte ... Vollständiges Praktisches Kochbuch für die jüdische Küche. Selbstgeprüfte ... Vollständiges Praktisches Kochbuch für die jüdische Küche. Selbstgeprüfte ...

Vollständiges Praktisches Kochbuch für die jüdische Küche. Selbstgeprüfte und bewährte Rezepte zur Bereitung aller Speisen, Getränke, Backwerke und alles Eingemachten, für die gewöhnliche und feinere Küche

Gumprich, Witwe Joseph (Berta)

Published by Trier, 1899
Condition: fair Hardcover

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Octavo. (6)346pp. Decorative paper-covered boards, backed by three quarter black cloth. This edition of the practical Jewish cookbook is an unchanged reprint of the third, enlarged edition with new recipes and appendixes on tablecloth and the serving at festivities. Based on thirty years of experience in the art of cooking , this popular Jewish cookbook distinguishes itself for its practicality and the extensive varieties of recipes it offers and includes guidelines for kosher cooking methods and ingredients, e.g. seventy varieties of sweet and savory soups, ragout made from veal brain and sweetbreads and tongue. The cookbook was in print for over thirty years around the turn of the twentieth century. Text in German, Gothic script. Binding with moderate wear along edges, rubbed and spine slightly cocked. Endpapers with light soiling. Block moderately foxed, at times heavy. Some soiling at top of last 30 pages, some tears at bottom of last 10 pages, pages 342/43 with two inch triangular chip at bottom right. Binding and interior in overall fair + condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38143

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Title: Vollständiges Praktisches Kochbuch für die ...

Publisher: Trier

Publication Date: 1899

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:fair

Edition: Fifth edition.

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