Dumas, Alexandre. Dumas on Food: recipes & anecdotes from the classic Grand Dictionnaire de Cuisine. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK 1987. 8vo SC 327pp. VG/- with mild yellowing to pps edges (translated by Alan & Jane Davidson)
Alexander Dumas (born 1802; died 1870) was a profilic writer who also wrote plays, short stories, published essays, mazine articles and reportage. Famous as the author of The Count of Monte Christo and The Three Musketeers he was also an expert cook and great traveller.