Frankfurt a. M. Verlag von J. Kauffmann, 1901. Thick octavo (23 x 16 cm.), vi, 926, ,16 pages. Index. Advertisements. FIRST EDITION of this important German- Jewish cookbook. In their excellent survey of historic German-Jewish cooking, Gabrielle and Sonya Gropman state that Elsasser's is "a book for Jewish housewives, and holds important secrets of the German-Jewish kitchen, such as a section of acceptable fat substitutions in a land of pork.....
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