Dragon Fare. Issued by the Women's Corona Society, Hong Kong Branch which is to donate the profits from this first edition to the Association for Mentally Handicapped Children.

Hong Kong: Government Press; [printed by S. Young at the Government Press], 1966.

Octavo (21 x 15 cm.), ix, 82 pages. Illustrations by Margaret Gregg. List of contributors. Evident FIRST EDITION. A community cookbook "produced by the Hong Kong Branch of the Women's Corona Society. As the members of this Branch have links with many lands, the recipes contributed to this book cover a wide range of cooking styles and should be of use in many kitchens, both here in Hong Kong and elsewhere." The Corona Society was a social organization of Anglo-American women and the recipes reflect that. Part of the book is given to some simplified "Chinese" recipes, while the reminder would be group familiar to members of the group. The recipes are not attributed, but there is a list of contributors up front. A bit of age-toning and light staining within; In publisher's pebbled grey cloth, titled and decorated in black and red. Very good. [OCLC locates five copies (one copy incorrectly indicated as "1960"].

Price: $90.00