OP: Royal Cookbook: Favorite Court Recipes From the World's Royal Families
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From antiquity to present day, all over the world, royal families have enjoyed a different sort of fare than common folk. Parents’ Magazine Press here presents the delicacies to which royal houses are accustomed.
Organized geographically with brief essays, chronicling banquets served throughout history and the favorite dishes of various royals, Royal Cookbook (1971) is an entertaining introduction to noble diets.
Seeking to emulate august repasts, you might make patties à la reine—mushroom custard served in a puff pastry shell—to dine like a queen of England. Schtshi, a hearty cabbage and meat stew, is food fit for a tsar. And fried trout filet served with an aromatic ginger sauce will make a satisfied Chinese emperor of you.
Presented primarily for enjoyment, our copy is a sound Very Good copy which is bumped and scuffed around the case. Clean inside though emitting a slightly musty smell.