The Cook's Decameron: a study in taste, containing over two hundred recipes for Italian dishes is full of Italian recipes suited to the English palate. Waters states that French cooking has been considered the ultimate in taste but other countries have merit. The recipes in this collection are for the most part simple, and use less expensive meats and vegetables. They are designed for the average housewife of the time. Sections include sauces, soups, minestre, meats, poultry, mushrooms, vegetables, pastas, omelets, and sweets.
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