Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1939.
Octavo, 279 pages. Second printing. An early farm-to-table concept book, from The Browns. Their twelve charming and often useful cookbooks are all the more impressive for having been written in the span of six years. The Browns are also notable for having expanded the concept of a Turducken, adding additional, progressively smaller birds surrounding a single oyster, the whole encased in a peacock. A fine copy in publisher's pale green printed cloth, in a near fine dust jacket.