Food tales: a literary menu of mouthwatering masterpieces
Delectable full-color photographs adorn an appetizing anthology of eight tales about eating for ritual, revenge, entertainment, and necessity by some of the world's most acclaimed writers. 15,000 first printing. National ad/promo.
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Aigle's ALEXANDRE DUMAS Alfredo appetite apple asked asparagus baby boiled breakfast cake candles candy caviar cicisbeo circus coffee color concierge cream cried delicacy dinner dish Dreiviertelstein eggs Epictetus Ernolf exile fairies Father's Earth father's land feeling five hundred francs flew Gentian half bottle hand heart housekeeper Ingobaldo Jesus Maria JOHN STEINBECK JULES RENARD kitchen maids knew kweet kweet kweet ladies light lived looked Loved to Eat Ludla luncheon meal meat menu mind Mme Bornet morning mouth never eat peaches piles plate politely Power of Cookery Queen Aigle quests roast Robert Benchley smell SOMERSET MAUGHAM stomach sweet SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER Tamarind teeth Teresina Teresina Cortez Teresina's house There's thing THOMAS WOLFE thought Tishk told took Tortilla Flat Tortillas and Beans town truffled pheasant usual Vicomte Vicomte's vieja waiter walked wings wonder young