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Authentic Indian-Mexican Recipes

by William Hardwick, self published, revised 1972 edition of the 1965 publication. Out of print. A good "early" primer on this cuisine. The author...
$8.00

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Coyote Cafe

by chef Mark Miller, 10 Speed Press, 1989. Large format hardback with DJ, 192 pages. The founder and former chef-owner of Coyote Cafe in Santa Fe....
$20.00

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Fashions In Foods In Beverly Hills (1929)

by The Book Section, Beverly Hills Woman's Club, first edition, 1929. Pictorial cover hardback, no DJ as issued, 189 pages. This is rare, since it...
$100.00

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Helen Corbitt's Cookbook (spice jars illus. on DJ) (1957)

by Helen Corbitt, Houghton Mifflin, 1957, no later printing mentioned. Hardback with DJ, 388 pages. Has white DJ front with color illustrations of...
$14.00

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Mark Miller's Indian Market Cafe

by Mark Miller, Mark Kiffin and Suzy Dayton with John Harrisson, Ten Speed Press, 1995 first edition. Hardback with beautiful hand-tinted color...
$9.00

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Southwest Cookery, Or, At Home on the Range

by Richard Wormser, Doubleday, 1969. Hardback with DJ, 176 pages. Authentic Tex-Mex recipes by the novelist-historian presented to a '60s culture...
$11.00

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Texas Cookin'

by Kristi Hollomon and Peg Wolschon, eds., Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter of MPI, first printing, 1995. Black and white "Holstein" pattern hard paper...
$20.00

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Texas on the Halfshell

by Phil Brittin and Joseph Daniel, Doubleday Dolphin, 1982, 239 pages. Oversize trade paperback. Cowboy, country and town culinary history plus a...
$11.00

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The Helen Corbitt Collection

by Elizabeth Johnson, ed., Houghton Mifflin, 1981 first edition. Heavy hardback with DJ, 508 pages. "Favorite recipes from a legendary cooking...
$18.00

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The Los Angeles Times California Cookbook

by the food staff of the Los Angeles Times, Betty Balsley, food editor, Abrams, 1981. Oversize hardback with DJ, 406 pages, A classic. More than 650...
$20.00

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