The Art of Hungarian Cooking.

Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1954.

Octavo ( x cm.), 223 pages. Illustrated by Willy Pogany. index. FIRST EDITION. "Over two hundred succulent recipes from the best in Hungarian cooking, with notes on its tradition. This warm, flavorful cookbook is full of the zest for good food and wine that is so freely expressed in the folk songs and fiery csardas of the food-loving Magyars" (jacket copy). Willy Pogany, the illustrator, was the brother of the author, and this was the last work illustrated by him in his lifetime. Tiny bit of age-toning to text block. Publisher's royal purple cloth, decorated and titled in green, red, and yellow. Original, unclipped dust jacket has some fading to the spine and a bit of rubbing, but is otherwise very good or better.

Price: $50.00