Illus. with 28 mounted facsimile title pages of antiquarian cookery books. Large quarto, cloth-backed marbled boards, paper spine label. No. 310 of 330 copies designed by Bruce Rogers and printed on fine rag paper by the Riverside Press. First Edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1903.
Pennell wrote several books on the gustatory pleasures of gastronomy, including The Delights of Eating, and The Feasts of Autolycus: The Diary of a Greedy Woman. She collected some of the most important cookbooks to have been printed, and describes them eloquently here. Near fine; a scarce book.
Illus. by Sir Francis Rose. Jacket. First American Edition. NY: Harper & Bros., . Toklas'...
Illus. with decorations on colored paper by Valentin Vidaurreta. Jacket. First Edition. Santa Fe: Rydal...
Printed in red & black, with vignettes, and blank memo pages for adding recipes. Pictorial...