FOOD IN VOGUE

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FOOD IN VOGUE

145.00

First Edition, published in 1976 by George G. Harrap & Co. London.

"Food in Vogue" is an ingenious collection of recipes, menus, and illustrations, compiled by former Assistant Editor of Vogue, and director of Condé Nast publications, Barbara Tims. This first edition provides not only a humorous and eccentric insight into cuisine, but an important social record of sixty years of food, entertaining, and society.

Featuring 750 recipes from prominent food writers such as Marcel Boulestin, Mapie de Toulouse-Lautrec, Arabella Boxer and Lady Veronica Maclean. A wealth of rare insights are provided by luminaries of their respective periods, including VITA Sackville-West, Elsa Maxwell, Colette, and Lady Fleming. Complimented by a rich collection of drawings and photographs by artists including Cecil Beaton, John Minton, Dali and Picasso. 

"Food in Vogue" is a testament to the cultural importance of British Vogue, an essential for the Bon Vivant or Gastronome.

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Very good condition, some signs of shelf wear.