Crumbs from the Round Table: A Feast for Epicures
by Barber, Joseph
- Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn at corners and head of spine, foxing to gutter at title page.
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- Old Saratoga Books (US)
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- Crumbs from the Round Table: A Feast for Epicures
- Barber, Joseph
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn at corners and head of spine, foxing to gutter at title page.
- First Edition
- Leypoldt and Holt
- Place of Publication
- Date published
- Antiquarian Food Books, GASTRONOMY, Culinary Essays
- Bookseller catalogs
- Cooking and Gastronomy;
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