Pite, Rebekah E.

Creating a Common Table in Twentieth-Century Argentina : Dona Petrona, Women, and Food. - Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 2013. - 1 online resource (660 pages) - JSTOR eBooks .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Dona Petrona C. de Gandulfo (c. 1896-1992) reigned as Argentina's preeminent domestic and culinary expert from the 1930s through the 1980s. An enduring culinary icon thanks to her magazine columns, radio programs, and television shows, she was likely second only to Eva Peron in terms of the fame she enjoyed and the adulation she received. Her cookbook garnered tremendous popularity, becoming one of the three best-selling books in Argentina. Dona Petrona capitalized on and contributed to the growing appreciation for women's domestic roles as the Argentine economy expanded and fell into periodic.

9781469608044 1469608049

22573/ctt15qxdqm JSTOR

Cooking, Argentine.

TX649.G36 P58 2013