Romance of Food – The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s (19 pics)




The Romance of Food is an excellent example of the kitsch found in the American cookbooks from the 80s. This book in particular was written by Barbara Cartland , and its 170 pages in outdated colors overflow with photographs of old-fashioned dishes, staged in the porcelain services and trinkets of the famous British writer. The magic of vintage.

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s

Romance of Food - The kitsch of the cookbooks from the 80s




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