[New York: Taplinger Publishing Co. Inc., 1971].
Octavo (24 x 15.5 cm.), 137,  pages. Illustrated. Second printing. An "erotic cookbook" of sorts, but really an exercise of sexist marketing, shot through with the sort of low-brow double entendres and sad puns that characterized a dozen generations of male humor – of course it's "salad undressing" or "leer a little and get out the hooch". It gets worse. In tan cloth, titled in dark red. In a price-clipped dust jacket, with some light edge wear and a crease to the front flap. Generally very good. With the bookseller ticket of "Brown Book Shop, Houston, Texas"