One hundred and thirty-nine books and related items on food and drink from the 16th to the 20th century. Scappi's 1570 Opera, a tin blackbird pie toy, the first Mexican Cookbook from 1831, a binder full of hundred of canned fruit and vegetable labels and grocery displays, a French restaurant receipt from 1660 and much more.
128 items on food and drink from the 16th to the 21st century. Art Nouveau cakes, Mexican cantina menus, 16th century humoral dieting for Spanish kings, Michoacán cuisine, Japanese seasonal menus and manuscript illustrations of desserts, butter churn broadsides and much (much) more.
150 books on cookery, food and drink, dating from 1541-1933. Included are early and important American, Mexican, English, and European books and recipes. Available as a pdf for free download or a full color book.
Our second annual catalog features 111 items from England, France, the U.S. and especially Mexico. From the 16th to the 20th century.
C'est arrivé! Pazzo Cookery Catalog 3 features a wide range of food related books from the 16th to the 20th century. Our focus, sort of, is on France including an array of less expensive regional cook books, though once again the largest section is Mexico with another selection of the books of the incomparable Josefina Velázquez de León, as well as a group of manuscript cookbooks. Rounding out the catalog is a likable group of Italian books including a number of books of secrets and some interesting mid 20th century items, as well as a smattering of English, American, Spanish, and other books. Noteworthy in this final section are a few collections of menus including chef signed, cruiseship and various restaurant and dinner party collections, and a small group of handcolored 16th century views of food related scenes. 142 items.
Images of cakes from Le Patissier Royal Parisien.
A few table settings for coloring - late 17th century to mid 19th.