The Supper Book
From America's Fannie Farmer--the companion to her much-loved The Breakfast Book. Now Cunningham celebrates supper (as opposed to dinner)--an idea that is particularly appealing today. For busy working people, it is a simple meal to put together; for the inexperienced cook, it is less intimidating and less expensive than a several-course dinner. 180 recipes. 31 drawings.
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