by Milliken, Mary Sue and Susan Feniger with Helene Siegel
New York: William Morrow, 1997. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Profusely illustrated. New York: William Morrow, 1997. First edition. Feniger and Milliken have forged a trailblazing partnership ever since they burst onto the Los Angeles culinary scene in the early 1980s with City Cafe and then City Restaurant. It was a time when women chefs running a restaurant was practically unheard of. "The girls" became household names with their popular shows on the Food Network, Too Hot Tamales and Tamales World Tour, and helped introduce authentic Latin food to the masses, while also building a brand: the popular Border Grill restaurants in Santa Monica, Las Vegas, and elsewhere. Signed by Milliken and Feniger on the half-title. Square octavo. Original red buckram binding, with red titles. Very light bumping to the tips; else fine in a fine dust jacket. (Inventory #: 64580)
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