French old classic cookbook
"La bonne cuisine de Madame E. Saint-Ange is a French cookbook written by Marie Ébrard under the name E. Saint-Ange and published in 1927 by Larousse. A "classic text of French home cooking", it is a highly detailed work documenting the cuisine bourgeoise of early 20th century France, including technical descriptions of the kitchen equipment of the day."
Worn, used, loved...
Over a thousand pages and even more recipes.
French flea market find:
Set of three tin cheese forms.
Darling to use as votive candle holders.
About four inches high.
Faisselle is a soft cheese, it is made in these containers. To findout more click below:
"Faisselle the name comes from the container or basket in which it is made. Faisselle is one of the oldest cheese specialties as shown by the terracotta remains found in Egypt that date back to 5,000 BC." via Rungis Market
I have a map of Turgot in our apartment, and another like it.
20 panels as seen below.
The Turgot map was published in 1739 as an atlas of 20 non-overlapping sectional bird's-eye view maps (at a scale of approximately 1/400)
250.5 cm high x 322.5 cm wide.
1900s reproduction from the original.