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Lebas J.
Feast Happy, Or, The Kitchen IN Music, IN to The Handsfree
Abraxas, 1738. Condition: Very Good. Two parts in a bound in-12 volume (9 * 15.5 cm) full calf, First part: Title, from pages III to X for the 'Epistle dedicatory to the Ladies of the Court' and the preface, 1 non-encrypted sheet for approval, then the tables and the privileges running from page 17 to 27, 1 folded plate out of text: 'Table of fourteen to fifteen covers, served with three services at thirteen' then xcijj pages Copy of the library of Jules Couët archivist librarian of the Comédie-Française, with his ex-libris "From the cabinet of an old bibliophile" second part: 189 pages, 1 white sheet, 24 pages of music, 16 pages of table. Record 360 of the Vicar's gastronomic bibliography. 'This first collection of song recipes is dedicated to the ladies of the court. The author calls himself a kitchen officer, applauded for his expertise during the feasts of 1722, on the coronation of Louis XV in Reims. His some one hundred and forty-five recipes bear witness to his experience through their accuracy and sobriety. On Vogue tunes, they are intended for a table of twelve to fifteen place settings, served in three courses of thirteen dishes, as well as an ambiguous, more informal collection, where meats and desserts stand side by side. The spirit of the book consists in singing the recipe for the galantine pig on L'Air of Marie-Anne was flirtatious and that of the veal nut in iced fricandeaux on L'Air of Beautez, more delicious than a cat ' . in " Livres in the mouth" BNF, Hermann 2001. Commented catalog of the eponymous exhibition. Small scuffs on the corners and on the dish … [Click Below for Full Description]
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