Rabelais Inc.

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Don Lindgren
2 Main Street, Suite 18-214
Biddeford, ME 04005
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The Art of Making Italian Desserts

The Art of Making Italian Desserts

by Lo Pinto, Maria

Garden City, New York : Doubleday & Company , 1956 (click for more details)
A Shilling Cookery for the People: embracing an entirely new system of plain cookery and domestic economy. Thirtieth thousand
Kitchen Essays, with recipes and their occasions, by Lady Jekyll. Reprinted from The Times

Kitchen Essays, with recipes and their occasions, by Lady Jekyll. Reprinted from The Times

by Jekyll D.B.E., Lady [Lady Agnes Lowndes Jekyll]; Baynes, Pauline (illustrator)

London : Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd , 1921 (click for more details)
American Fried. Adventure of a Happy Eater

American Fried. Adventure of a Happy Eater

by Trillin, Calvin

New York : Doubleday & Company, Inc , 1974 (click for more details)
In the Kitchen

In the Kitchen

by [Miller, Elizabeth S.]

Boston/New York : Lee & Shepard/Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham , 1875 (click for more details)

Recent Catalogs

UNXLD: American Cookbooks of Community Place, vol. 1 THE FIRST volume in a long-term effort to examine American community cookbooks as well as other cookbooks outside the formal genre that express place and/or community.



WITHIN THE CATALOGUE, the items are arranged alphabetically by state, and chronologically within each state. This first offering (of what is expected to be six volumes in all) includes one hundred forty-four community books (and others which address issues of place and community) from Alabama through the District of Columbia, nearly one quarter of which are unrecorded.



Recent Catalogs

2019 Bibliography Week ABAA Showcase A short catalogue of items we will be bringing to the 2019 Bibliography Week ABAA Showcase in New York City. The one-day showcase takes place Thursday, January 24th, from 10-4pm, and is located at the French Institute /Alliance Francaise, at 22 East 60th Street. The catalogue, offered here in no particular order, is mostly newly-catalogue printed and manuscript books and ephemera, all related to cookery.