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TITLE: THE FARMER'S COOKBOOK: A COLLECTIN OF FAVORITE RECIPES, ECONOMICAL MEAL PLANNING METHODS & OTHER TIPS AND POINTERS FROM AMERICA'S FARM KITCHENS
AUTHOR: Mitzi Ayala
PUBLISHER, COPYRIGHT INFO: Castle, 1981
DESCRIPTION: Hardcover with dust jacket, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4", 267 pp.
BLURB/FLYLEAF: More and more Americans are moving away from processed, canned, frozen, nutritionally deficient "food products" and back to the roots of our traditional ways of preparing wholesome foods. This is new to many, but a way of life for the nation's farmers. Here is a cookbook direct from the source. Packed with more than just recipes, it is a collection of special tips, folklore, and meal planning hints. It is loaded with information from farm families about buying, handling, storing, preparing, and, above all, appreciating the fresh foods grown by the farms.
CONDITION BOOK: Very Good, with tight and square binding, clean and bright pages. Touch of staining to outer page edges. Former owner's info FFEP.
CONDITION DUST JACKET: Very Good, with overall shelf wear, a touch of sunning at upper edges.