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  • The New whole art of confectionary; also sugar boiling, iceing, candying making of wines, jellies, &c. ...

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    • Leeds, Mason & Scott, 1838.
    • 1838
  • From garden to pantry. How to grow, gather, and preserve your garden crops. Cheap and simple recipes for jams, jellies, pickles, wines, preserved vegetables, etc. By Nellie R. De Lissa ...

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    • London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd. [1916]
    • 1916
  • A practical treatise on the manufacture of vinegar [microform] with special consideration of wood vinegar and other by-products obtained in the destructive distillation of wood; the preparation of acetates. Manufacture of cider and fruit-wines; preservation of fruits and vegetables by canning and evaporation; preparation of fruit-butters, jellies, marmalades, pickles, mustards, etc. Preservation of meat fish and eggs. / Ed. from various sources by William T. Brannt. Illustrated by one hundred and one engravings.

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    • Philadelphia : H.C. Baird & Co., 1914.
    • 1914
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  • The London and country cook : or, Accomplished housewife, containing practical directions and the best receipts in all the branches of cookery and housekeeping ; such as boiling, roasting, pastry, pickling, jellies, preserving, confectionary, cakes, creams, cordials, syrups, English wines, &c. Interspersed with many sovereign and approved medicines used by private families in most distempers / by Charles Carter.

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    • London : Printed for Charles Hitch in Pater-noster Row, Stephen Austen in Newgate-Street, and John Hinton in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1749.
    • 1749
  • The frugal housewife, or complete woman cook. [electronic resource] : Wherein the art of dressing all sorts of viands, with cleanliness, decency, and elegance, is explained in five hundred approved receipts, in Gravies, Sauces, Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Broiling, Stews, Hashes, Soups, Fricassees, Ragoos, Pasties, Pies, Tarts, Cakes, Puddings, Syllabubs, Creams, Flummery, Jellies, Giams, and Custards. Together with the Best Methods of Potting, Collaring, Preserving, Drying, Candying, Pickling, And Making of English Wines. To which are added, twelve new prints, exhibiting a proper arrangement of dinners, two courses, for every month in the year. With various Bills of Fare. By Susannah Carter, Of Clerkenwell.

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    • London : printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, [1800?]
    • 1800
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  • The frugal housewife, or, complete woman cook. [electronic resource] : Wherein the art of dressing all sorts of viands with cleanliness, decency and elegance, is explained in five hundred approved receipts in Gravies, Sauces, Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Broiling, Stews, Hashes, Soups, Fricassees, Ragouts, Pastries, Pies, Tarts, Cakes, Puddings, Syllabubs, Creams, Flummery, Jellies, Giams, and Custards. Together with the best methods of Potting, Collaring, Preserving, Drying, Candying, Pickling, and making of English Wines; To which are added twelve new prints, exhibiting a proper arrangement of dinners, two courses for every month in the year. with various bills of fare. By Susannah Carter, of Clerkenwell.

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    • London : printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1795.
    • 1795
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  • The complete English cook [electronic resource] : or, the art of cookery made plain and easy : Which far exceeds any Thing of the Kind yet Published. Containing, Directions For Marketing, Boiling, Hashing, Stewing, Roasting, Broiling Frying, Baking, &c. For Making Soups, Puddings, Pies, Tarts, Cakes, Custards, Cheese Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Syllabubs, Ragouts, Wines, &c. &c. With the order of a bill of fare, for each month, in the manner the Dishes are to be placed upon the Table. By A. Braidley.

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    • London : printed for the author; and sold by B. Law, Ave-Maria-Lane; and W. Phorson, Berwick, 1786.
    • 1786
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  • The young ladies school of arts. [electronic resource] : Containing a great variety of practical receipts, in gum-flowers filligree japanning shell-work gilding painting cosmetics jellies preserves cakes cordials creams jamms pickles canding made wines clear starching, &c. Also, a great many curious receipts, both useful and entertaining, never before published. By Mrs Hannah Robertson.

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    • Edinburgh : Printed by Wal. Ruddiman Junior, for Mrs Robertson: sold by her, and by all the booksellers in Scotland and England, M,DCC,LXX. [1770]
    • 1770
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  • The compleat city and country cook, or, Accomplish'd house-wife : containing, several hundred of the most approv'd receipts in cookery, confectionary, cordials, cosmeticks, jellies, pastry, pickles, preserving, syrups, English wines, &c. : illustrated with forty-nine large copper plates, directing the regular placing the various dishes on the table ... also, bills of fare according to the several seasons for every month of the year ... : likewise, the horse-shoe table for the ladies at the late installment at Windsor, the lord mayor's table, and other hall dinners in the City of London ... / by Charles Carter, lately cook to His Grace the Duke of Argyle ... ; to which is added by way of appendix, near two hundred of the most approv'd receipts in physick and surgery for the cure of the most common diseases incident to families: the collection of a noble lady deceased ...

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    • London : Printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch; and C. Davis ... T. Green ... and S. Austen ..., 1732.
    • 1732
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  • The young ladies school of arts. [electronic resource] : Containing a great variety of practical receipts, in gum-flowers, filligree, japanning, Shell-Work, Gilding, Painting, Cosmetics, Jellies, Preserves, Cakes, Cordials, Creams, Jamms, Pickles, Candying, Made Wines, Clear Starching, &c together with directions for breeding canary birds, and breeding, nursing, and ordering of the silk-worm. Also a great many Curious Receipts, both useful and entertaining, never before published. By Mrs. Hannah Robertson.

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    • York : printed for R. Spence in High-Ousegate 1784.
    • 1784
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  • The young ladies school of arts [electronic resource] : Containing, a great variety of practical receipts, in gum-flowers filligree japanning Shell-Work Gilding Painting Cosmetics Jellies Preserves Cakes Cordials Creams Jamms Pickles Candying Made Wines Clear Starching, &c. Also, a great many Curious Receipts, both useful and entertaining, never before published. By Mrs Hannah Robertson .

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    • Edinburgh : printed by Wal. Ruddiman junior, for Mrs. Robertson: sold by her, and by all the booksellers in Scotland and England, M,DCC,LXVII. [1767]
    • 1767
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  • The lady's companion [electronic resource] : or, accomplish'd director in the whole art of cookery. Containing Approved Receipts, (never before Published;) for Pastry, Pyes, Pasties, Fricassies, Baking, Roasting, Stewing, Boiling, Ragous, Soops, Sauces, Pickling, Collaring, Potting, Cakes, Custards, Puddings, Creams, Preserving, Candying, Torts, Jellies, Cheese-Cakes, Made Wines, &c. Also, Bills of Fare for all the Seasons of the Year, with an Alphabetical Index to the whole. By a lady.

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    • Dublin : printed for John Mitchell, in Skinner-Row, MDCCLXVLI. [1767]
    • 1767
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  • The young ladies school of arts : containing a great variety of practical receipts, in gum-flowers, filligree, japanning, shell-work, gilding, painting, cosmetics, jellies, preserves, cakes, cordials, creams, jamms, pickles, candying, made wines, clear starching, &c : together with directions for breeding canary birds, and breeding, nursing, and ordering of the silk-worm : also a great many curious receipts, both useful and entertaining, never before published / by Mrs. Hannah Robertson.

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    • York : Printed for R. Spence in High-Ousegate, 1784.
    • 1784
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  • The young ladies school of arts. [electronic resource] : Containing a great variety of practical receipts, in gum-flowers filligree Japanning Shell-Work Gilding Painting Cosmetics Jellies Preserves Cakes Cordials Creams Jamms Pickles Candying Made Wines clear starching, &c. Together with Directions for breeding Canary Birds, and breeding, nursing, and ordering of the Silk-Worm. Also a great many Curious Receipts both useful and entertaining, never before published. By Mrs. Hannah Robertson.

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    • York : printed at the New Printing-Office, in Coppergate, for Mrs. Robertson, and Sold by all the booksellers in England and Scotland, M,DCC,LXXVII. [1777]
    • 1777
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  • The court and country confectioner [electronic resource] : or, the house-keeper's guide ; to a more speedy, plain, and familiar method of understanding the whole art of confectionary, pastry, distilling, and the making of fine flavoured English wines from all kinds of fruits, herbs, and flowers; comprehending near four hundred and fifty easy and practical receipts, never before made know. Particularly, Preserving. Candying. Icing. Transparent Marmalade, Orange, Pine-Apple, Pistachio, and other Rich Creams. Caramil. Pastils. Bomboons. Puff, Spun, and Fruit-Pastes. Light-Biscuits. Puffs. Rich Seed-Cakes. Custards. Syllabues. Flummeries. Trifles. Whips. Fruite, and other Jellies. Pickles, &c. &c. Also New and easy directions for clarifying the different degrees of sugar, together with several bills of fare of deserts for private gentlemen's families. To which is added, a dissertation on the different species of fruits, and the art of distilling simple waters, cordials, perfumed oils, and essences. By an ingenious foreigner, now head confectioner to the Spanish ambassador in England.

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    • London : printed for G. Riley, and A. Cooke, at their Circulating Library, Queen Street, Berkley Square; J. Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand; J. Wheble, at No. 20. Pater-Noster-Row; and C. Etherington, at York, M.DCC.LXX. [1770]
    • 1770
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  • The court and country confectioner [electronic resource] : or, the house-keeper's guide; to a more speedy, plain, and familiar method of understanding the whole art of confectionary, pastry, distilling, and the making of fine flavoured English wines from all kinds of fruits, herbs, and flowers; comprehending near five hundred easy and practical receipts, never before made known. Particularly, Preserving. Candying. Icing. Transparent Marmalade. Orange. Pine-Apple. Pistachio, and other Rich Creams. Caramel. Pastils. Bomboons. Syrups. Puff, Spun, and Fruit-Pastes. Light-Biscuits. Puffs. Rich Seed-Cakes. Custards. Syllabubs. Flummeries. Trifles, Whips, Fruits, and other Jellies. - Pickles, &c. Also New and easy directions for clarifying the different degrees of sugar, together with several bills of fare of deserts for private gentlemen's families, A new edition. To which is added, a dissertation on the different species of fruits, and the art of distilling simple waters, cordials, persumed oils, and essences. By Mr. Borella, now head confectioner to the Spanish Ambassador in England.

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    • London : printed for G. Riley, at his Circulating Library, Curson-Street, May-Fair; J. Bell, in the Strand; J. Wheble, Pater noster-row; and C. Etherington, at York, MDCCLXXII. [1772]
    • 1772
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  • English housewifry. [electronic resource] : Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; and how to prepare various Sorts of Soops, Made-Dishes, Pasts, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made-Wines, &c With cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year; and an Alphabetical Index of the Whole. A Book necessary for Mistresses of Families, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things Useful, Substantial and Splendid, and calculated for the Preservation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the Result of thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon.

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    • Leedes : printed by James Lister; and sold by the author at Pontefract, and J. Swale, Bookseller in Leedes, [1752?]
    • 1752
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  • English housewifry [electronic resource] : Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; and how to prepare various Sorts of Soops, Made-Dishes, Pasts, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made-Wines, &c. With cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; also Bills of Fare, for every Month in the Year; and an Alphabetical Index of the Whole. A Book necessary for Mistresses of Families, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things useful, Substantial and Splendid, and calculated for the Preservation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the Result of thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon.

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    • Leedes : printed by James Lister; and sold by the author at Pontefract, and J. Swale, Bookseller in Leedes, [1752?]
    • 1752
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  • The complete housewife: or, accomplished gentlewoman's companion. Being a collection of upwards of seven hundred of the most approved receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Potting, Collaring, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Custards, Creams. Preserves, Conserves, Syrups, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials, Distilling, Brewing. With copper plates, curiously engraven, for the regular Disposition or Placing of the various Dishes and Courses. and also, bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, A Collection of above Three Hundred Receipts of Medicines, consisting of Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, &c. which, after many Years Experience, have been proved to be innocent in their Application, and most salutary in their Use. with Directions for marketing. By E. Smith [electronic resource].

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    • London : printed for J. Buckland, J. and F. Rivington, J. Hinton, Hawes, Clarke and Collins, W. Johnston, S. Crowder, T. Longman, B. Law, T. Lowndes, S. Bladon, W. Nicoll, and C. and R. Ware, 1773.
    • 1773
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  • The compleat housewife: or, Accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion: [electronic resource] : being a collection of several hundred of the most approved receipts, in cookery, pastry, confectionary, preserving, pickles, cakes, creams, jellies, made wines, cordials. And also bills of fare for every month in the year. : To which is added, a collection of near two hundred family receipts of medicines; viz. drinks, syrups, salves, ointments, and many other things of sovereign and approved efficacy in most distempers, pains, aches, wounds, sores, &c. never before made publick in these parts; fit either for private families, or such publick-spirited gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor neighbors. / By E. Smith.

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    • Williamsburg [Va.]: : Printed and sold by William Parks., 1742.
    • 1742
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  • The modern cook [electronic resource] : and frugal housewife's compleat guide to every branch in displaying her table to the greatest advantage, viz. The Judgment of Meat at Market; With Directions for Roasting. Boiling. Hashing. Stewing, Broiling, Frying, Tricassdying, and Baking; Also for Making Puddings, Custards, Cakes, Cheese Cakes, Pils, Tarts, Ragouts, Soups, Creams, Jellies, Syllabues, Wines, &c. &c. And several select Papers by a Lady of Distinction, lately deceased, of New and in infallible Rules to be observed in Pickling, Preserving, Brewing, &c. By E. Spencer, Late Principal Cook to a Capital Tavern in London.

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    • Newcastle upon Tyne : printed for the author, 1782.
    • 1782
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  • The new, universal, and complete confectioner; being the whole art of confectionary made perfectly plain and easy. Containing a full account of all the various methods of preserving and candying ... all kinds of fruit, flowers and herbs; also the various ways of clarifying sugar; and the various methods of keeping fruit, nuts, and flowers fresh and fine all year round. Together with directions for making blomonge, biscuits ... custards, jellies, creams and ice creams ... English wines of all sorts ... &c. Including likewise the modern art of making artificial fruit ... to which, among many other useful articles, are added, several bills of fare for deserts for private families, &c., &c. The whole rev., corr., and improved.

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    • London, Printed for A. Hogg [178-?]
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  • The cook maid's assistant, [electronic resource] : or art of cookery, made plain and easy. Containing The greatest Variety of approved Receipts, in all the Branches of Cookery and Confectionary. Viz. Marketing, Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Broiling, Stewing, Hashing, Baking, Fricassees, Ragouts, Soups, Broths, Gravies, Sauces, Puddings, Pies, Tarts, Cakes, Syllabubs, Creams, Flummery, Jellies, Jams, Custards, Potting, Collaring, Drying, Candying, Pickling, and English Wines. With a Bill of Fare for each Month in the Year. The whole calculated to assist the prudent house-wife in furnishing the cheapest, and most elegant dishes, in the various departments of Cookery. By the late Mrs Eliza. Clifton, of Richmond in Surrey.

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    • London : printed for the proprietors, and sold by all booksellers in town and country, [1775?]
    • 1775
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  • The frugal housewife, or, Complete woman cook [electronic resource] : wherein the art of dressing all sorts of viands with cleanliness, decency, and elegance is explained in five hundred approved receipts in gravies, sauces, roasting, boiling, frying, broiling, stews, hashes, soups, fricassees, ragouts, pastries, pies, tarts, cakes, puddings, syllabubs, creams, flummery, jellies, giams, and custards : together with the best methods of potting, collaring, preserving, drying, candying, pickling, and making of English wines : to which are added twelve new prints exhibiting a proper arrangement of dinners, two courses for every month in the year, with various bills of fare / by Susannah Carter of Clerkenwell.

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    • London : Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard, [1795]
    • 1795
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  • The complete house-keeper, and professed cook. [electronic resource] : Calculated for the greater ease and assistance of ladies, house-keepers, cooks, &c. &c. Containing upwards of seven hundred practical and approved receipts, arranged under the following heads: I. Rules for marketing. II. Boiling, roasting, and broiling flesh, fish, and fowls; and for making soups and sauces of all kinds. III. Making made dishes of all sorts, puddings, pies, cakes, fritters, &c. IV. Pickling, preservaing, and making wines in the best manner and taste. V. Potting and collaring; aspikes in jellies; favoury cakes, blamonge, ice creams and other creams, whips, jellies, &c. VI. Bills of fare for every month in the year; with a correct list of every thing in season for every month; illustrated with two elegant copper-plates of a first and second course for a genteel [sic] table. A new edition, with considerable additions and improvements. By Mary Smith, late house-keeper to Sir Walter Blackett, bart. and formerly in the service of the Right Hon. Lord Anson, Sir Thomas Sebright, bart. and other families of distinction, as house-keeper and cook.

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    • Newcastle : Printed for S. Hodgson; and G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London, M.DCCLXXXVI. [1786]
    • 1786
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  • The complete house-keeper, [electronic resource] : and professed cook. Calculated for the greater ease and assistance of ladies, house-keepers, cooks, &c. &c. Containing upwards of Seven Hundred practical and approved Receipts, under the following Heads: I. Rules for Marketing. II. Boiling, Roasting, and Broiling Flesh, Fish, and Fowls; and for making Soups and Sauces of all Kinds. III. Making made Dishes of all Sorts, Puddings, Pies, Cakes, Fritters, &c. IV. Pickling, Preserving, and making Wines in the best Manner and Taste. V. Potting and Collaring: Aspikes in Jellies: savoury Cakes, Blamonge, Ice Creams and other Creams, Whips, Jellies, &c. VI. Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year; with a correct List of every Thing in Season for every Month; illustrated with two elegant Copper-Plates of a First and Second Course for a genteel Table. By Mary Smith, Late House-Keeper to Sir Walter Blackett, Bart. and formerly in the Service of the Right Hon. Lord Anson, Sir The Sebright, Bart. and other Families of Distinction, as House-Keeper and Cook.

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    • Newcastle : printed by T. Slack, for the author, 1772.
    • 1772
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  • English housewifery, [electronic resource] : exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; And how to prepare various Sorts of Soups, Made Dishes, Pastes, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, &c. &c. &c. With cuts, for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year; and an Alphabetical Index to the Whole. A Book necessary for Mistresses of Families, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things Useful, Substantial, and Splendid, and calculated for the Preservation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the Result of Thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon. With an appendix, containing upwards of eighty receipts, of the most valuable Kind, (many never before printed) communicated to the Publisher by several Gentlewomen in the Neighbourhood, distinguished by their extraordinary Skill in Housewifery. - To this Edition is now added, An Introduction, giving an Account of the Times when River Fish are in Season; and a Table, shewing at one View the proper Seasons for Sea Fish.

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    • London : published for the booksellers; and printed and sold by H. and G. Mozley, Market-Place, Gainsbrough, 1800.
    • 1800
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  • English housewifry [electronic resource] : exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; And how to prepare various Sorts of Soops, Made-Dishes, Pastes, Pickle's, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made-Wines, &c. With Cuts for the orderly placing the Dishes and Courses; also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year; and an alphabetical Index to the whole. A Book necessary for Mistresses of Families, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things Useful, Substantiaz and Splendid, and calculated for the Preservation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the Result of thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon. With an appendix, never before printed, containing upwards of sixty receipts, of the most valuable Kind, communicated to the Publisher by several Gentlewomen in the Neighbourhood, distinguished by their extraordinary Skill in Housewifry.

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    • Leedes : printed for George Copperthwaite, Bookseller, and sold at his Shop in Leedes; by T. Wilson, and C. Etherington, in York; sold also by Mr. B. Dod, Bookseller in Ave-Mary-Lane, London, 1758.
    • 1758
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  • The compleat city and country cook [electronic resource] : or, accomplish'd housewife. Containing, Several Hundred of the most approv'd Receipts in Cookery, Confectionary, Cordials, Cosmeticks, Jellies, Pastry, Pickles, Preserving, Syrups, English Wines, &c. Illustrated with forty-nine large copper plates, directing the regular placing the various Dishes on the Table, from one to four or five Courses: Also, Bills of Fare according to the several Seasons for every Month of the Year. Likewise, The Horse-Shoe Table for the Ladies at the late Instalment at Windsor; the Lord Mayor's Table; and other Hall Dinners in the City of London; with a Fish Table, &c. By Charles Carter. Lately Cook to his Grace the Duke of Argyle, the Earl of Pontefract, the Lord Cornwallis, &c. To which are added, Near Two Hundred of the most approved Receipts in Physick and Surgery, for the Cure of the most common Diseases incident to Families; with several sovereign Receipts for the Cure of the Bite of a Mad Dog.

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    • London : printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch; and C. Davis, in Pater-Noster-Row: and S. Austen in St Paul's Church-Yard, 1736.
    • 1736
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  • The compleat housewife [electronic resource] : or, accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion: being a collection of upwards of five hundred of the most approved receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With copper plates curiously engraven for the regular Disposition or Placing the various Dishes and Courses. And also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, A Collection of above Two Hundred Family Receipts of Medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Things of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c. never before made publick; fit either for private Families, or such publick spirited Gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. By E. Smith.

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    • London : printed for J. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck, over-against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, [1734]
    • 1734
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  • The compleat housewife [electronic resource] : or, accomplished gentlewoman's companion: Being a Collection of upwards of Five Hundred of the most approved Receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With Copper Plates curiously engraven for the regular Disposition or Placing the various Dishes and Courses. And also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, A Collection of above Two Hundred Family Receipts of Medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Things of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c. never before made publick; fit either for private Families, or such publick-spirited Gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. By E- S-.

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    • London : Printed for J. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck, over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, M.DCC.XXIX. [1729]
    • 1729
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  • The complete English cook [electronic resource] : or, prudent housewife. Being, An entire New Collection of the most general, yet least expensive receipts in every Branch of Cookery and Good Housewifery. With directions for Roasting, Boiling, Stewing, Ragoos, Soups, Sauces, Fricaseys, Pies, Tarts, Puddings, Cheese-Cakes, Cheese-Cakes, Custards, Jellies, Potting, Candying, Collaring, Pickling, Preserving, Made-Wines, &c. Together with Directions for placing Dishes on Tables of Entertainment: And many other Things equally necessary. The whole made easy to the meanest Capacity, and far more useful to young Beginners than any Book of the Kind extant. By Ann Peckham, of Leeds, Who is well known to have been for Forty Years past one of the most noted Cooks in the County of York.

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    • Leeds : printed by Griffith Wright, 1771. And sold by the author, and J. Ogle, in Leeds; and Messrs Robinson and Roberts, in Pater-Noster-Row London, [1771]
    • 1771
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  • The guide to preferment, [electronic resource] : Or; Powell's complete book of cookery, containing, the newest and best receipts in cookery, for roasting, boiling, broiling, frying, fricaseys, hashing, stewing, force meats, potting, ragoos, collaring, salting and drying, soups, broth and gravy, baking, pies and pasties, tarts, puddings, cakes, cheesecakes, custards, jellies, conserving, candying, preserving, and connectionary, pickling, making wines. Likewise the best methods of marketing, to know the goodness and badness of each particular sort of eatables, that you want to buy of the butchers, poulterers, fishmongers, cheesemongers, pork shops, ham shops, Bacon warehouses, egg warehouses, &c. and to prevent being cheated. With the forms of placing dishes on a table, either in the middling or genteclest taste. Very necessay for ladies, gentlemen and their servants.

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    • London : Thomas Bailey, printer, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The lady's housewife's, and cookmaid's assistant: or, The art of cookery explained and adapted to the meanest capacity. [electronic resource] : Containing, I. How to roast and boil to perfection every thing necessary to be sent up to table. II. Of made dishes. III. To make a number of pretty little dishes for a supper or side-dish, and little corner-dishes for a great table. IV. To dress fish. V. Of soups and broths. VI. Of puddings. VII. Of hogs puddings, sausages, &c. VIII. Of pyes. IX. To pot and make hams, &c. X. Of pickling. XI. Of making cakes, &c. XII. Of cheese-cakes, creams, jellies, whip-syllabubs, &c. XIII. Of made wines, brewing, French bread, muffins, &c. XIV. Jarring cherries, preserves. XV. To dress turtle, and make mock turtle. XVI. To prepare food for sick persons. The whole designed to fit out an entertainment in an elegant manner, and at a small expence. By E. Taylor.

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    • London : Printed for G. Freer, near Temple [Bar], MDCCLXIX. [1769]
    • 1769
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  • The prudent housewife; or, Complete English cook, for town and country. [electronic resource] : Being the newest collection of the most genteel, and least expensive receipts in every branch of cookery, viz. going to market; for roasting, boiling, frying, hashing, stewing, broling, baking, and fricasseeing. Also, for making pudings, curtards, cakes, cheese cakes, pies, tarts, ragouts, soups, jellies, syllabues, wines, &c. To which are added, selected from the papers of a lady of distinction, lately deceased. New and infallible rules to be observed, in packling, preserving, brewing, &c. And in order to render it still more valuable than any other publication that hath appeared, a treasure of valuable medicines, for the cure of every disorder, crowns the whole of this work; which coutains every instruction that relates to the pleasing of the palate, and the preservation of that inestimable blessing, health. Written by Mrs. Fisher, of Richmond.

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    • London : Printed by T. Sabine, at the London and Middlesex Printing-Office, No. 81, Shoelane, Fleet-street; where printing is expeditiously performed in all its various branches of lettter-press and copper-plate, on the most reasonable terms, [1788]
    • 1788
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  • The compleat confectioner: or, The whole art of confectionary made plain and easy. [electronic resource] : Shewing, the various methods of preserving and candying, both dry and liquid, all kinds of fruit, flowers, and herbs; the different ways of clarifying sugar; and the method of keeping fruit, nuts, and flowers fresh and fine all the year round. Also directions for making rock-works and candies, biscuts, rich cakes, creams, custards, jellies, whip syllarubs, and cheese-cakes of all sorts, english wines of all sorts, strong cordials, simple waters, mead, oils, &c. syrups of all kinds, milk punch that will keep twenty years, knicknacks and trifles for deserts, &c. &c. &c. &c. Likewise, the art of making artificial fruit, with the stalks in it, so as to resemble he natural fruit. To which are added, some bills of fare for deserts for private families. By H Glasse, author of the Art of cookery.

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    • London : Prined for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's Head, in Pater-noster Row, MDCCLXXII. [1772]
    • 1772
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  • The accomplish'd female instructor [electronic resource] : or, a very useful companion for ladies, gentlewomen, and others. In two parts. Part I. Treating of Generous Breeding and Behaviour; Choice of Company, Friendship; the Art of Speaking well, Directions in Love, Carriage in Company, Conversation, Affability, Courtesy and Humility; the Mystery of Eloquence. Of suitable Recreations, Modesty, Chastity, Religion, Charity, Compassion, Contentment of Mind, Devotion and Prayer. Part II. Treating of making curious Confectionaries, or Sweet-Meats, Jellies, Syrups, Cordial-Waters, Brandies, Wines of English Fruit, and other useful Liquors; to imitate Foreign Wines; to make Junkets, Spoon-Meats, and curious Pastery; to know good Provisions, Dye curious Colours, Whiten Ivory, Cement Glass, China or Metal; make Artificial Pearls or Precious Stones; to take out Spots or Stains, &c. to Paint, Japan, make Wax-Works, Rock-Work, or Works in Gold, Silk, Silver, &c. the Art of Perfuming and Preserving Cloaths from Vermin or Insects; Physical and Chyrurgical Receipts; with Directions for the Preservation of Health; to make curious Sawces, keep Flowers all the Year, Pickle all kind of useful things; cleanse Gold or Silver Lace; rare Experiments for Diversion, and a great Number of other useful and profitable things.

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    • London : printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, [1704]
    • 1704
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  • The complete English cook; or, Prudent housewife. [electronic resource] : Being a collection of the most general, yet least expensive receipts in every branch of cookery and good housewifery. with directions for roasting, boiling, stewing, ragoos, soops, sauces, fricassees, pies, tarts, puddings, cheese-cakes, custards, jellies, potting candying, collaring pickling, preserving, made wines, &c. together with directions for placing dishes on tables for entertainment: and many other things equally necessary. The whole made easy to the meanest capacity, and for more useful to young beginners than any book of the kind extant. By Ann Peckham, of Leeds, well known to have been for forty years one of the most noted cooks in the county of York. The fourth edition. To which is added, a supplement, containing forty-nine receipts, never before printed.

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    • Leeds : Printed for Thomas Wright; and for T. Wilson and R. Spence, High Ousegate, York, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • English housewifery. [electronic resource] : Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; And how to prepare various Sorts of Soops, Made-Dishes, Pastes, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made-Wines, &c. With Cuts for the orderly placing the Dishes and Courses; also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year; and an alphabetical Index to the Whole. A Book necessary for Mistresses of Families, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things Useful, Substantial and Splendid, and calculated for the Preservation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the Result of thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon. With an appendix, Containing upwards of Seventy Receipts, of the most valuable Kind, (many never before printed) communicated to the Publisher by several Gentlewomen in the Neighbourhood, distinguished by their extraordinary Skill in Housewifery.

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    • Leeds : printed by Griffith Wright: for George Copperthwaite, bookseller in Leeds; and sold by Mr. E. Johnson, Bookseller in Ave-Mary-Lane, London; and by most Booksellers in Great-Britain, 1769.
    • 1769
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  • The prudent housewife: or, complete English cook for town and country. [electronic resource] : Being the newest collection of the most genteel, and least expensive receipts in every branch of cookery, viz. Going to Market; For Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Hashing, Stewing, Broiling, Baking, Fricasseeing. Also for Making Puddings. Custards, Cakes, Cheese-Cakes, Pies, Tarts, Ragouts, Soups, Jellies, Syllabubs, Wines, &c. To which are added, selected from the Papers of a Lady of Distinction, lately deceased, New and Infallible Rules to be observed in Pickling, Preserving, Brewing, &c. And, in order to render it still more valuable than any other Publication that hath appeared, a treasure of valuable medicines crowns the whole of this work which contains every Instruction that relates to the pleasing of the Palate, and the Preservation of that inestimable Blessing, Health. Written by Mrs. Fisher, of Richmond.

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    • London : printed by T. Sabine, No. 17, Little New-Street, Shoe Lane, Fleet-Street: Where Printing is expeditiously performed in all its Branches, on reasonable Terms, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The queen's royal cookery [electronic resource] : or, expert and ready way for the dressing of all sorts of flesh, fowl, fish: Either Bak'd, Boil'd, Roasted, Stew'd, Fry'd, Broil'd, Hash'd, Frigasied, Carbonaded, Forc'd, Collar'd, Sous'd, Dry'd, &c. After the Best and Newest Way. With their several Sauses and Salads. And making all sorts of Pickles. Also Making Variety of Pies, Pasties, Tarts, Cheese-Cakes, Custards, Creams, &c. With The Art of Preserving and Candying of Fruits and Flowers; and the making of Conserves, Syrups, Jellies, and Cordial Waters. Also making several Sorts of English Wines. Cyder, Mead, Metheglin. Together With several Cosmetick or Beautifying Waters: And also several sorts of Essences and Sweet Waters, by Persons of the highest Quality. By T. Hall, free cook of London.

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    • London : printed for S. Bates, at the Sun and Bible in Gilt-Spur-Street, in Pye-Corner: and A. Bettesworth, at the Red Lyon in Pater-Noster-Row, 1719.
    • 1719
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  • The lady's, [electronic resource] : Housewife's, and Cookmaid's Assistant: or, the art of cookery, explained and adapted to the meanest capacity. Containing, I. How to roast and boil to perfection every thing necessary to be sent up to table. II. Of made dishes. III. To make a number of pretty little dishes for a supper or side-dish, and little corner-dishes for a great table. IV. To dress fish. V. Of soups and broths. VI. Of puddings. Vii. Of pies. Viii. Of hogs puddings, sausages, &c. IX. To pot and make hams, &c. X. Of pickling. XI. Of making cakes, &c. XII. Of cheese-cakes, creams, jellies, whip-syllabubs, &c. XIII. Of made-wines, brewing, French bread, muffins, &c. XIV. Jarring cherries, preserves. XV. To dress turtle, and make mock turtle, &c. &c. The whole designed to fit out an Entertainment, in an Elegant Manner, and at a Small Expence; And calculated to improve the Servants, and save the Ladies a great deal of trouble. By E. Taylor.

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    • London : sold by G. Freer, Bell-Yard, Temple-Bar, M,DCC,LXXVIII. [1778]
    • 1778
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  • The new book of cookery; or, Every woman a perfect cook [electronic resource] : Containing the greatest variety of approved receipts in all the branches of cookery and confectionary, viz. boiling, roasting, broiling, frying, stewing, hashing, baking, fricassees, ragouts, made-dishes, soups and sauces, puddings, pies and tarts, cakes, custards, cheesecakes, creams, syllabus, jellies, pickling, preserving, candying, drying, potting, collaring, English wines, &c. &c. &c. To which are added, the best instructions for marketing, and sundry, modern bills of fare; also directions for clear starching, and the ladies' toilet, or, art of preserving and improving beauty: likewise a collection of physical receipts for families, &c. The whole calculated to assist the prudent housewife and her servants, in furnishing the cheapest and most elegant set of dishes in the various departments of cookery, and to instruct ladies in many other particulars of great importance too numerous to mention in this title page. By Mrs. Eliz. Price, of Berkeley-Square, assisted by others who have made the art of cookery their constant study.

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    • London : Printed for the authoress, and sold by Alex. Hogg, No. 16, Pater-Noster-Row, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The compleat confectioner [electronic resource] : or, the whole art of confectionary made plain and easy: Shewing, The various Methods of Preserving and Candying, both dry and liquid, all Kinds of Fruit, Flowers and Herbs; the different Ways of Clarifying Sugar; and the Method of Keeping Fruit, Nuts and Flowers fresh and fine all the Year round. Also Directions for making Rock-Works and Candies, Biscuits, Rich Cakes, Creams, Custards, Jellies, Whip Syllabubs, and Cheese-Cakes of all Sorts. English Wines of all Sorts. Strong Cordials, Simple Waters, Mead, Oils, &c. Syrups of all Kinds, Milk Punch, that will keep twenty Yeras. Knicknacks and Trifles for Deserts, &c. Likewise The Art of making Artificial Fruit, with the Stalks in it, so as to resemble the natural Fruit. To which are added, Some Bills of Fare for Deserts for private Families. By H. Glasse, Author of the Art of Cookery. Also, the new art of brewing. By Mr. Ellis.

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    • Dublin : printed by John Exshaw, at the Bible in Dame-Street, MDCCXLII. [1742] [1762?]
    • 1762
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  • The compleat housewife [electronic resource] : or, accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion: being a collection of upwards of five hundred of the most approved receipts in cookery, pastry, confectionary, preserving, pickles, cakes, creams, jellies, made wines, cordials. With copper plates curiously engraven for the regular disposition or placing the various dishes and courses. And also bills of fare for every month in the year. To which is added, a collection of above two hundred family receipts of medicines; viz. drinks, syrups, salves, ointments, [and various] other things of sovereign and approved efficacy in most [dist]empers, pains, aches, wounds, sores, &c. [never] before made publick; fit either for private families, or [...] publick-spirited gentlewomen as would be beneficent to [their] poor neighbours. By E. Smith.

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    • London : printed for J. and J. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, 1736.
    • 1736
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  • The compleat housewife [electronic resource] : or, accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion. Being a collection of upwards of six hundred of the most approved receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With copper plates curiously engraven for the regular Disposition or Placing the various Dishes and Courses. and also bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, a collection of above three hundred family receipts of medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Thing, of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c particularly Mrs. Stevens's Medicines for the Cure of the Stone and Gravel, and Dr. Mead's famous Receipt for the Cure of a Bite of a mad Dog; with several other excellent Receipts for the same, which have cured when the Person was disordered, and the salt Water fail'd; never before made publick; fit either for private Families, or such publick-spirited Gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. By E. Smith.

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    • London : printed for H. Pemberton, at the Golden-Buck, against St. Dunstan's-Church in Fleet-Street, M.DCC.XLVII. [1747]
    • 1747
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  • The compleat housewife [electronic resource] : or accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion: being a collection of upwards of six hundred of the most approved receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With copper plates curiously engraven for the regular Disposition or Placing the various Dishes and Courses. And Also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, a collection of above three hundred family receipts of medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Things of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c. particularly Mrs. Stevens's Medicines for the Cure of the Stone and Gravel, and Dr. Mead's famous Receipt for the Cure of a Bite of a mad Dog; with several other excellent Receipts for the same, which have cured when the Person was disorder'd, and the salt Water failed; never before made publick; fit either for private Families, or such publick-spirited Gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. By E. Smith.

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    • London : printed for J. and H. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, [1742]
    • 1742
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  • The compleat housewife [electronic resource] : or, accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion: being a collection of upwards of six hundred of the most approved receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With copper plates curiously engraven for the regular Disposition or Placing the various Dishes and Courses. And also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, A Collection of above Three Hundred Family Receipts of Medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Things of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c. particularly Dr. Mead's famous Receipt for the Cure of a Bite of a mad Dog; with several other excellent Receipts for the same, which have cured when the Person was disorder'd, and the salt Water failed; never before made publick: fit either for private Families, or such publick-spirited Gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. By E. Smith.

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    • London : printed for J. and H. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, [1741]
    • 1741
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  • The complete confectioner [electronic resource] : or the whole art of confectionary made plain and easy. Shewing The various Methods of Preserving and Candying, both dry and liquid, All Kinds of Fruit, Flowers, and Herbs; The different Ways of Clarifying Sugar; And the Method of Keeping Fruit, Nuts, and Flowers, Fresh and Fine All the Year Round. Also Directions for making Rock-Works and Candies, Biscuits, Rich Cakes, Creams and Ice Creams, Custards, Jellies, Blomonge Whip Syllabubs, and Cheese-Cakes of all Sorts, Sweetmeats, English Wines of all Sorts, Strong Cordials, Simple Waters, Mead, Oils, &c. Syrups of all Kinds, Milk Punch that will keep twenty Years, Knicknacks and Trifles for Deserts, &c. &c. &c. Likewise The Art of making Artificial Fruit, With the Stalks in it, so as to resemble the natural Fruit. To which are added, some bills of fare for deserts for private families. By H. Glasse, Author of the Art of Cookery.

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    • London : printed for J. Cooke, No. 87, Pater-Noster Row, [1770?]
    • 1770
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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.

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    • London : printed for J. Scatcherd, No. 12, Ave-Maria-Lane, 1797.
    • 1797
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