Cookbook - Fun with Fondue by Sarah Leigh Keiller, 1972
"Back in 1795, the renowned gourmet, Brillat-Savarin, served a fondue at a Boston dinner party. This introduction to America of the Swiss dish created a stir (pun unintentional) second only to the Boston Tea Party. For his recipe, verbatim, see page 37." Pg. 11
Fun with Fondue, by Sarah Leigh Keiller, copyright 1972. The bright yellow dust jacket of this cookbook will have you smiling while you peruse the Fondue Style Recipes including Classic, Raclette, Chocolate, Friture, and Bouillon. The illustrations are fitting for the book's title. When an author in 1972 mentions Brillat-Savarin, she must know a few things about food, which makes this cookbook a great addition to vintage cookbook collections.
Hardcover with dust jacket
Condition: Vintage, Very Good