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Trader Vics Kitchen Kibitzer: Illustrations From A 1952 Cookbook | - In 1952, even the most hapless schmuck with a tiny paper umbrella could whip up a menu like they do in Trader Vic’s, the Polynesian-themed restaurant chain founded by Californian Victor Jules Bergeron, Jr. (December 10, 1902 – October 11, 1984). Alec Yuill-Thornton (born in the Philippines April 29, 1917 – died San Francisco, November 14, 1986) brought mankind Trader Vic’s Kitchen Kibitzer, a cookbook from “possibly the most important mid-century Tiki lounge of them all”. As Scott Lindberg notes, “Trader Vic’s Kitchen Kibitzer is aimed specifically at men, and Yuill-Thornton’s illustrations are a bit cheeky but full of 1950s charm.”
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