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(**NEW ARRIVAL**) Chez Panisse. One Week of Menus from Auguste Escoffier's Guide Culinaire, Paris, 1902.

Menu, 16.25x11", printed in red & black on cream heavy stock by Wesley B. Tanner. Berkeley: Chez Panisse, 1976.

A week-long feast to celebrate the great French chef and cookbook writer Auguste Escoffier, who named the quintessential French sauces. At this stage, the chef at Chez Panisse was Jeremiah Tower, who is credited with inventing "California cuisine." However, his inspiration here is clearly 100% French. Crease to upper right corner, else very good. 


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