Published November 1, 1954
These golden-roasted Cornish game hens are arranged in a meticulous ring on a platter, garnished with leafy watercress, bright tomatoes, and artichoke hearts filled with chestnut cream. A gravy boat and a glass of white wine stand in wait, and two vibrant tropical birds hover in the upper left corner. Illustration, by Henry Stahlhut, from the November 1954 cover of Gourmet.
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