Yet another cookbook touting recipes featuring aspic. Fortunately, or unfortunately, there are no pictures to illustrate some of these recipes. Can you imagine what a chicken liver salad might look like? There is also a whole chapter devoted to fish salads. I didn’t even want to imagine anything beyond a tuna salad. Finally, because it is the 1960s, we have our friend Aspic, also known as the “jewels of the salad family.” Don’t miss the Prune Aspic recipe. It goes with so many dishes.
I guess everyone could use more jewels in their salads.