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A Treasury of Fine Desserts by Margaret and John Storm is a rare and highly sought-after first edition vintage cookbook that was published by W. H. Allen, London in 1957. This classic cookbook offers a collection of delicious dessert recipes that have stood the test of time.

The 208-page book contains 13 chapters that cover a wide range of dessert categories, including French pastries, sweet sauces, and exotic fruit. The book features unique and delicious recipes such as Hungarian apple strudel, Nesselrode pudding, and avocado mousse.

The Storms provide detailed instructions for each recipe, along with helpful tips and techniques, making it easy for readers to recreate these classic desserts in their own kitchen. While the book does not contain any illustrations or photographs, the clear and concise instructions make it easy to follow and understand.

A Treasury of Fine Desserts is a valuable addition to any cookbook collection and is especially sought after by collectors of rare books. This first edition vintage cookbook is a true gem that offers a glimpse into the culinary and social trends of the mid-20th century. With its timeless recipes and clear instructions, A Treasury of Fine Desserts is a must-have for anyone who loves to bake and experiment with new dessert recipes.


Condition - this book is in a nice condition for its age.  There is age-related wear on the outside, whilst inside the book is in a very clean condition.  

A Treasury of Fine Desserts. First Edition by Margaret & John Storm.

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