Lot 66 of 373:
Chinese-American Cooking in 1911 Detroit  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$840
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Chinese Cookery in the Home Kitchen, Being Recipes for the Preparation of the Most Popular Chinese Dishes at Home

Nolton, Jessie Louise


Chino-American Publishing Co.



Illus. with vignettes, and printed in green and black. 9¼x4½", pictorial burlap cloth laid-on to boards. First Edition.

Finely printed by the Detroit Printing & Stationery Co. A gorgeous representation of Chinese cooking in America in 1911, with recipes for and descriptions of methods of cooking rice, Chinese potatoes, bird's nest soup, chicken chop sooy, Chinese pineapple, bamboo shoots, lychee, etc.

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Very good; internally fine and bright.

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