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The country housewife's family companion: or profitable directions for whatever relates to the management and good œconomy of the domestick concerns of a country life, According to the Present Practice of the Country Gentleman's, the Yeoman's, the Farmer's, &c. Wives, in the Counties of Hertford, Bucks, and other Parts of England: Shewing How great Savings may be made in Housekeeping: And wherein, among many others, The following Heads are particularly treated of and explained: I. The Preservation and Improvement of Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats, and other Meals; with Directions for making several Sorts of Bread, Cakes, Puddings, Pies, &c. II. Frugal Management of Meats, Fruits, Roots, and all Sorts of Herbs; best Methods of Cookery; and a cheap Way to make Soups, Sauces, Gruels, &c. III. Directions for the Farm Yard; with the best Method of increasing and fatning all Sorts of Poultry, as Turkies, Geese, Ducks, Fowls, &c. IV. The best Way to breed and fatten Hogs; sundry curious and cheap Methods of preparing Hogs Meat; Directions for curing Bacon, Brawn, pickled Pork, Hams, &c. with the Management of Sows and Pigs. V. The best Method of making Butter and Cheese, with several curious Particulars containing the whole Management of the Dairy. VI. The several Ways of making good Malt; with Directions for brewing good Beer, Ale, &c. With Variety of Curious Matters, Wherein are contained frugal Methods for victualling Harvest-Men, Ways to destroy all Sorts of Vermine, the best Manner of suckling and fattening Calves, Prescriptions for curing all Sorts of Distempers in Cattle, with Variety of curious Receits for Pickling, Preserving, Distilling, &c. The whole founded on near thirty years experience by W. Ellis, Farmer, at Little Gaddesden, near Hempsted, Hertfords [electronic resource].
- London : printed for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, facing St. Magnus Church, London-Bridge; and B. Collins, bookseller, at Salisbury, 1750.
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The accomplished housekeeper, [electronic resource] : and universal cook. Containing all the various branches of cookery; directions for Roasting, Boiling and Made Dishes, also for Frying, Broiling, Stewing, Mincing, and Hashing. The different Methods of Dressing Poultry, Game, and Fish, And of Preparing Soups, Gravies, Cullices, and Broths, To dress Roots and Vegetables, And to make all Sorts of Pies, Puddings, Pancakes, and Fritters; Cakes, Puffs, and Biscuits; Cheesecakes, Tarts, and Custards; Creams and Jams; Blanc Mange, Flummery, Jellies, and Syllabubs. The various Articles in Candying, Drying, Preserves, and Pickling; The Preparation of Hams, Tongues, Bacon, and of Made Wines and Cordial Waters. Directions for carving. With a Catalogue of the various Articles in Season every Month in the Year. By T. Williams, and the principal cooks at the London and Crown and Anchor taverns.
- London : printed for J. Scatcherd, No. 12, Ave-Maria-Lane, 1797.
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Domestic economy [electronic resource] : or, a complete system of English housekeeping: containing the most approved receipts, confirmed by Observation and Practice, in every reputable English book of cookery now extant; besides a great Variety of others which have never before been offered to the Public. Also a valuable Collection, translated from the Productions of Cooks of Eminence who have published in France, with their respective Names to each Receipt; which, together with the Original Articles, form the most complete System of Housekeeping ever yet exhibited, under the following Heads, viz. Roasting, Boiling, Made-Dishes, Frying, Broiling, Potting, Fricasses, Ragouts, Soups, Sauces, Gravies, Hashes, Stews, Puddings, Custards, Cakes, Tarts, Pies, Pasties, Cheesecakes, Jellies, Pickling, Preserving, and Confectionary. To which is prefixed, in order to render it as complete and perfect as possible, An Elegant Collection of Light Dishes for Supper, Adapted for Every Month in the Year. Also the complete brewer; Containing Familiar Instructions for brewing all Sorts of Beer and Ale; including the proper Management of the Vault or Cellar. Likewise the family physician; being a collection of the most valuable and approved prescriptions by Mead, Sydenham, Tissot, Fothergill, Elliot, Buchan, and Others. By Maximilian Hazlemore.
- London : printed for J. Creswick, and Co, 1794.
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