The ORIENTAL COOK BOOK. Wholesome, Dainty and Economical Dishes of the Orient, Especially Adapted to American Tastes and Methods of Preparation. Ardashes Hagop. b. 1875 Keoleian.

The ORIENTAL COOK BOOK. Wholesome, Dainty and Economical Dishes of the Orient, Especially Adapted to American Tastes and Methods of Preparation.

New York: Sully & Kleinteich, 1913. 1st Edition (Axford, p. 309; Bitting, p. 257; Cagle 408). Not in Wheaton & Kelly. 349, [1 (blank)] pp. Frontispiece of the author. 8vo. Red cloth binding with black printed lettering. Off-white paper dust jacket, printed in red. Custom light grey cloth slipcase. A VG+ book in a VG (or better) dust jacket. Item #43833

"we believe we have finally evolved a book which gives, in designedly limited compass, the most representative, meritorious and easily adaptable methods of food preparation that are known and practiced all over the Orient..." [preface, p. 6].

The book itself rather common; the dust jacket, decidely not. And yes, the majority of the price of this volume is for the dust jacket.

Price: $1,250.00

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