783 pp. volume in Italian, translated from the German, on how to be an "ultra-modern" housewife, covering topics such as the kitchen and its furnishings, vitamins, how to set a table, electricity in the house, cooking as medicine, nutrition and diet, laundry, natural beauty, kitchen gardens, conserving and canning, plus many sections of recipes including broths, pasta, hot and cold appetizers, sandiwches, beverages, beef, veal, pork, sausage, wild game, fish, poultry, salads, vegetables, eggs, pastries, cakes and desserts, pies and puddings, ices, and ice creams, along with suggested menus for holidays and solemn occasions. Index, table of contents. Illustrated profusely throughout with 30 full-color plates, approximately 170 illustrations, and 24 woodcuts. Large 8vo. Original blue cloth boards, title stamped in gold to front cover and spine. Wels, Austria (Leitner & Co.) 1934.
A very scarce copy of the Italian version of this 1930's cookbook and domestic economy manual; as of January 2020, WorldCat does not locate a single holding of this work in a North American library.
Book ID: 50514