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Petits Propos Culinaires: Essays and Notes to do with Food, Cookery, and Cookery Books. Issues 1-25.
by [Cookery Journal] .

Publisher Information:
Prospect Books, London: 1979-1987.

All issues are Near Fine to Fine copies. Issues 1-12 are staple bound in illustrated paperback bindings; issue 13-25 are perfect bound. The PPC is a journal of food studies and food history that has appeared three times a year since 1979. Issue number 1 freatures three pieces by Elizabeth David. PPC was founded by Alan and Jane Davidson. The late Alan Davidson was author of three standard works on seafood and fish cookery, as well as author of The Oxford Companion to Food. PPC is produced in a stapled paperback format and normally contains up to 72 pages. As well as articles on food history, an issue will contain several book reviews. Sometimes the magazine reprints some short pamphlet or production from history; sometimes a longer article takes up most of an issue.


Edition: First Printings of the First Trade Edition
Book Id: 25600

Price: $295.00

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