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Meine Kunst in Kuche und Restaurant. Erfahrungen und kulinarische Anschauungen eines internationalen Kochs. Mit uberr hundert eigenen Rezepten.
Munchen: Selbstverlag/Suddeutschen Verlag, 1952. Octavo, 478 pages. First edition. Walterspiel was a prominent German chef, restaurateur and hotelier. After operating a string of other restaurants and hotels throughout northern Europe, Alfred, with his brother Otto, opened purchased the Hotel Four Seasons in Munich, and opened the Restaurant Walterspiel. The restaurant was open throughout World War II, but was bombed and burnt to the ground in 1944. They reopened the hotel... (Item #4825)
Price: $200.00
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Fanny at Chez Panisse. A Child's Restaurant Adventures with 46 Recipes.
New York: Harper Collins, 1992. Illustrated by Ann Arnold. Quarto, 133 pages. First edition. A simple and lovely book for young people told from the point of view of Alice Waters' daughter Fanny. Fanny observes the bustle of the Chez Panisse kitchen, but also the many farmers and others who supply the restaurant, and she considers the wider connectedness of her little microcosm to the bigger food world and to... (Item #3673)
Price: $150.00
Fanny at Chez Panisse. A Child's Restaurant Adventures with 46 Recipes. Alice Waters, Bob Carrau, Patricia Curtan.
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Diary of a Winetaster. Recent Tastings of French and California Wines.
New York: Quadrangle Books, 1972. Octavo, 228 pages. 1st US edition. The first book of Waugh's books to receive US publication. Include and interesting section on American jug wines. I would have been grateful to have such a thing back when I was in college, but alas price always made the decision. A very good copy in like dust jacket. Inscribed by the author, "To ... ..., best wishes, Harry Waugh." (Item #1856)
Price: $90.00
Diary of a Winetaster. Recent Tastings of French and California Wines. Harry Waugh.
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Winetaster's Choice. The Years of Hysteria. Tastings of California, French and German Wines.
New York: Quadrangle Books, 1973. Octavo, 208 pages. First edition. The A followup to 'Diary of Winetaster' which focused on French and California wines.Very good in a like dust jacket. Inscribed by the author, "To .... ...., with best wishes, Harry Waugh." (Item #1855)
Price: $90.00
Winetaster's Choice. The Years of Hysteria. Tastings of California, French and German Wines. Harry Waugh.
80.
Ice Carving Professionally.
Fairfield, CT: by the author/Fairfield County Publications, 1954. Large octavo, 372 pages + 6 page tipped in "supplement". Illustrated throughout. First edition. Perhaps the greatest of ice carving manuals. If you've ever wondered why the naked woman carved from ice is so muscle-y, look no further. Instructions include guidance to leave the arms extra thick to account for melting. The six-page supplement is creased, and there are small stains from... (Item #2666)
Price: $300.00
Ice Carving Professionally. George P. Weising.
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The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs.
New York/London: W.W. Norton, 2006. Octavo, 390 pages. First American edition. As far as we are able to determine, the first novel with a restaurant inspector as protagonist. A fine copy, signed by the author. (Item #1669)
Price: $90.00
The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs. Irvine Welsh.
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A Complete Guide to the Mystery and Management of Bees, by the Late William White Senior, of Shutford, Near Banbury, Oxon. To Which is Added, a Practical Monthly Bee Calendar, by the Late James Beesley, of Banbury.
Mytholimroid, England: Northern Bee Books, 1977. Octavo, 75 pages. Number 52 of a signed limited facsimile edition of 250 copies only. A reprint of the 1852 edition (the first edition was 1771). Handbound at Pennine Binding, Lydgate, Midgley, Halifax, England. With a calligraphic colophon, signed by the binder, D.A. Shinton. In addition to its desirability as one of the scarcer bee books, the 1852 edition of White's work, which this... (Item #2466)
Price: $250.00
83.
A Letter for Queen Victoria, an Opera.
Paris: Byrd Hoffman Fondation / Le Festival D'automne a Paris, 1974. Small octavo, 152 pages. First edition of the text for Wilson's opera, with additional texts by Christopher Knowles, Cindy Lubar, Stefan Brecht and Jim Neu. A Letter for Queen Victoria is Wilson's deepest exploration of a world opened up to him by Christopher Knowles, an autistic boy whom he met in 1973 and immediately began to work with. In... (Item #3055)
Price: $500.00
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Lutèce Carte des Vins.
New York: 1962. Folio, unpaginated [ 22 leaves]. Printed rectos only. Hand lettered. An early wine list from the legendary Manhattan restaurant Lutèce (1961-2004). The list opens with an introductory statement to diners from the restaurant’s founder, André Surmain, who thanks the restaurant’s seven suppliers, a rare credit on modern wine lists, and Alexis Lichine, the author of the “Wines of France”. Displaying a fine selection of Bordeaux, Rouges &..... (Item #4330)
Price: $500.00
Lutèce Carte des Vins. Wine List, André Surmain, André Soltner.

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