The Cook's Decameron
by W. G. Waters
Publisher: W. Heinemann 1920
Number of pages: 200
The Cook's Decameron: A Study In Taste is a book about the life in Italy, the cooking style and the recipes. The author describes very interesting details about life in the old days in Italy. The text contains over two hundred recipes for Italian dishes.
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