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(**NEW ARRIVAL**) (California) Helen Walker Linsenmeyer. From Fingers to Finger Bowls: A Sprightly History of California Cooking. Ed. by Richard Pourade, with assistance by Doris Loewnau.

Illus. from vintage images, incl. color plates. Commissioned by James Copley. 10.75x8,25", jacket. First Trade Edition. San Diego: Copley, [1972].

A near fine copy of an excellent book on the history of food and cuisine in California, from the Native Americans to the Spanish Missionaries, cowpokes, Victorians, the Los Angeles health food movement of the 1920's, and into the mid-20th century. 

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