Helen Corbitt's Potluck by The Director of Restaurants at Neiman-Marcus Helen Corbitt 1966

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In the 1960s, Helen Corbitt was the much-lauded and much-loved Director of Restaurants for Neiman Marcus from 1955-1975.

Potluck meals became such a popular item on the restaurant menu that Helen developed an entire cookbook around this concept for the home cook. Every meal from soups to desserts contains only a handful of fresh ingredients and can be made for a family of four or a party of twelve easily and efficiently. 

 Helen Corbitt's Potluck is an excellent addition to your vintage Neiman-Marcus Restaurant collection or home library.


The book Helen Corbitt's Potluck is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the red stain on the dust jacket, as shown in photos.

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Book dimensions:8x6x1


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