Mark, I have a feeling they all are, though I can't imagine how any volume could top anything by MFK Fisher. I just checked to see if she also wrote the Classic French book I just acquired but no, that's Craig Claibourne (with help from Jacques Pepin, looking mighty dashing circa 1970 I might add, Pierre Franey and James Beard).
Some advice to anyone wanting to acquire other copies? Tom's fantastic coup on eBay not withstanding, there are very few deals on eBay. I stupidly bid on several before thinking to check Amazon where, if you search by volume name, usually quite a few options pop up, many at .01 cents. There are enough of them around that most used book sellers are happy to let the volume go for the modest profit they'll make on the shipping and handling--ergo, $4 per book. The Scandinavian and Japanese books are both so plentiful and unsought-after that they'll almost pay you take them away! The American series are the rarest. The New England edition is the most plentiful of these, with Southern the absolute rarest, and typically the seller who stumbles over one knows what he's got. No one cent opportunities there!
My wine shopping and I have never had a problem. Just a perpetual race between the bankruptcy court and Hell.--Rogov