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The First Ladies cook book: Favorite recipes of all the Presidents of the United States By Margaret Brown Klapthor Helen Duprey Bullock,

  • Title: The First Ladies cook book: Favorite recipes of all the Presidents of the United States
  • Author: Margaret Brown Klapthor Helen Duprey Bullock
  • ISBN: 9780819308245
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beautiful illustrated cook book with many colorful photos of recipes, First Ladies, Presidents, Presidential china and many fascinating extras Perfect gift for you or the cooking enthusiast in your life With recipes such as a Lincoln favorite Ficaseed Chicken, a Washington favorite Chess Cakes, a Ford favorite Supreme of Seafood Neptune, a Monroe favorite Gumbo, a JeffeBeautiful illustrated cook book with many colorful photos of recipes, First Ladies, Presidents, Presidential china and many fascinating extras Perfect gift for you or the cooking enthusiast in your life With recipes such as a Lincoln favorite Ficaseed Chicken, a Washington favorite Chess Cakes, a Ford favorite Supreme of Seafood Neptune, a Monroe favorite Gumbo, a Jefferson favorite Veal Olives.
    The First Ladies cook book Favorite recipes of all the Presidents of the United States Beautiful illustrated cook book with many colorful photos of recipes First Ladies Presidents Presidential china and many fascinating extras Perfect gift for you or the cooking enthusiast in your li

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    1. I am inordinately fond of this book.Working off the dubious premise that the public cares about presidential food after about the first three administrations, Klapthor offers page after page of severe discretion, passive aggression, and extremely disgusting Seventies era food photography Each section focuses on a different first lady or, in the case of unmarried presidents, whichever female relative filled that role , and offers an overview of the administration s social life, food, manners, etc [...]

    2. This is a fascinating piece of Americana, basically a profusely illustrated history of exective entertaining, from Washington through don t know when the last edition was published my copy dates to the Nixon White House as well as a treasure trove of obscure and sometimes quite difficult seeming recipes Those interested in the personal history of our chief executives and the changing tastes in Euro American cuisine should hunt this up should be quite easy to find an old but serviceable copy for [...]

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