The Saga of Texas Cookery an historical guide of more than one hundred twenty recipes illustrating the French influence on Texas cuisine, the Spanish influence, & the Mexican, including also contributions from the European settlers in the Republic of Texas & from the resourceful Southeners during the Confederacy, as well as from Texans of every sort right down to the present.
Austin: The Encino Press, 1973. Hardcover. vii, 64p., clip-art marginal decorations swiped from nineteenth-century sources, first edition sewn textblock in 10x7 inch decorated boards with dust jacket, edges mildly shelfworn with a touch of foxing, dj is badly edgeworn with some closed tears.
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Coffee, tea, caffeine
Cooking and Food
US South, Southern States, American South