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by Morgan, Sarah

Condition: Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket

The Encino Press.. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1973. First Edition. hardcover with dustjacket. 0884260321 . The book is in fine condition and there are no names or markings. The dust jacket is in very good plus because of bug spots on the front of dust jacket; the dust jacket is price clipped. An Historical guide of more than one hundred twenty recipes Illustrating the French influence on Texas Cuisine, the Spanish influence, & the Mexican, including also contributions from the European settlers in the Republic of Texas & from the resourceful Southerners during the Confederacy, as well as from Texans of every sort right down to the present. ; 7"-101/2"; 64 pages .


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