ADVENTURES IN WINE COOKERY By California Winemakers: A New Collection of Recipes.
Edition: Third printing.
San Francisco: Wine Advisory Board, (1966.). Hardcover - From the introduction by D. C. Turrentine: "Wine families think of wine when they think of food. They think of it both as a table beverage and as an ingredient in the recipes they cook. Wine is part of their daily diet, leading to more flavorful dishes, comfortable living, merriment and goodfellowship at meal times. That is why we asked California's winemakers and their families share with you the exciting adventures they have had in wine cooking. They are continually adding wine to new combinations of foods." 128 pages, illustrated with two-color line drawings by Caroline Barr. Contains approximately 300 recipes for appetisers using wine, soups meats poultry seafood, pasta, vegetables, and of course desserts. Quotes on wine scattered throughout. In addition to the recipes, this is interesting as a picture of how tastes in wine have changed - although there is one constant - do not be bound by "rules." Index. 128 pp.
Condition: Very good in stiff board covers, metal spiral binding.