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  • Grandma Rose's book of sinfully delicious cakes, cookies, pies, cheese cakes, cake rolls & pastries / Rose Naftalin.

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    • New York : Random House, [1975]
    • 1975
    • 1 item
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  • Party cakes : 36 decadent creations for festive occasions / Cheryl Day and Griffith Day.

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    • New York : Artisan, a Division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc., [2018]
    • 2018
    • 1 item
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  • Riben tian dian da ren si cang pei fang : mei wei qi si dan gao 52 kuan / bian zhu, Kadokawa Corporation ; yi zhe, Huang Yanrong.

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    • Taibei Shi : Taiwan dong fan gu fen you xian gong si, 2018.
    • 2018
  • The glory of Southern cooking : recipes for the best beer-battered fried chicken, cracklin' biscuits, Carolina pulled pork, fried okra, Kentucky cheese pudding, hummingbird cake, and 375 other delectible [sic] dishes / James Villas.

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    • Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2007.
    • 2007
    • 1 item

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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
    • 1 resource

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  • ʻUgot gevinah / Rut Oliver ; tsilum Danyah Ṿainer.

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    • [Tel Aviv?] : ʻAl ha-shulḥan, Merkaz gasṭronomi : Kineret, 2007.
    • 2007
  • 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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  • For the love of baking.

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    • Toronto : [Arcadian Press], 1960.
    • 1960
    • 1 item
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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 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 art of cookery, made plain and easy [electronic resource] : Which far exceeds any thing of the kind ever yet published; being enriched with a great variety of receipts from the best treatises on this subject. Containing, I. Of roasting and boiling flesh meat, as well as poultry. II. Of made dishes. III. Of ragous. IV. Of fricasees. V. Of Hashes. VI. Of soups and rich gravies. VII. Of soups for fast days. VIII. Of things necessary for the sick. IX. Of dressing of fish; the sauces for; and how to dress a turtle. X. Of collaring and potting. XI. Of pies of fruit, and a variety of pastes for. XII. Of pies of savoury meat. XIII. Of puddings and dumplings. XIV. Of sweetmeats and other decorations for the table. XV. Of the different plummeries and blanc mange. XVI. Of whips and syllabubs. XVII. Of preserves, jellies and jams. XVIII. Of creams, custards, torts, and cheese-cakes. XIX. Of cakes, as well plumb, seed, and saffron, &c. XX. Of macaroons, Naple's biscuits, and cheese-cakes. XXI. Of little savoury dishes, fit for supper, the sides or corners of the table. XXII. Of salting and preserving beef, pork, and making hams. XXIII. Of pickling, making catchup, vinegar, and the India pickle. XXIV. Of the different wines made of fruit. XXV. Of the use of still, and distilling of the different waters, and making meade. XXVI. Of making bread, well with yeast as leavening. XXVII. Of brewing ... drink. XXVIII. A list of the season thro' the year. XXIX. New ... of fare two course, as they are be laid on the table. XXX. Washes and salves for the skin, &c. XXXI. Some valuable physical receipts. With the addition of a variety of original receipts never before published. The representation of the frame for doing things by the steam; and the new contrivance of boiling kettles and other culinary vessels. By. H. Glasse.

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    • Dublin : Printed by John Exshaw, in Dame-Street, M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773]
    • 1777
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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 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 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 Years, 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.

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    • London : Printed: And Sold at Mrs. Ashburner's China Shop, the Corner of Fleet Ditch; at Yewd's Hat Warehouse, near Somerset House; at Kirk's Toyshop, in St. Paul's Church Yard; at Deard's Toyshop, facing Arlington-Street, Piccadilly; By I. Pottinger, at the Royal Bible, in Pater-Noster Row; and by J. Williams, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street, [1760?]
    • 1760
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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 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 Frugal house-keeper, or, The compleat cook. [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, hashing, stewing, broiling, frying, fricasseying, baking, also for making puddings, custards, cakes, cheese cakes, pies, tarts, ragouts, soups, creams, jellies, syllabubs, wines, &c. &c. And several select papers by a lady of distinction, lately deceased, of new and infallible rules to be observed in pickling, preserving, brewing, &c. To which is added, the art of clear starching, ironing, &c. With many other articles equally necessary in the washing of linen, lace,. &c. Also a treasure of valuable and useful receipts from the toilet of Flora. Being a collection of the most simple and approved methods of preparing essences, pomatums, powders, perfumes, sweet scented waters, and opiates for preserving and whitening the teeth, &c. with receipts for cosmetics of every kind, that can smooth and brighten the skin, give force to beauty, and take off the appearance of old age and decay. For the use of the ladies, &c.

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    • London : [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1778.
    • 1778
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  • The English art of cookery, according to the present practice [electronic resource] : being a complete guide to all housekeepers, on a plan entirely new; consisting of thirty-eight chapters. Containing proper directions for marketing, and trussing of poultry. The making soups and broths. Dressing all sorts of fish. Sauces for every occasion. Boiling and roasting. Baking, broiling, and frying. Stews and hashes. Made dishes of every sort. Ragous and fricasees. Directions for dressing all sorts of roots and vegetables. All sorts of aumlets and eggs. puddings, pies, tarts, &c. Pancakes and fritters. Cheese-cakes, and custards. Blanc'mange, jellies, and syllabubs. Directions for the sick. Directions for seafaring men. Preserving, syrups, and conserves. Drying and candying. All sorts of cakes. Hogs puddings, sausages, &c. Potting, and little cold dishes. The art of carving. Collaring, salting, and sousing. Pickling. To keep garden vegetables, &c. A catalogue of things in season. Made wines and cordial waters. Brewing. English and French bread, &c. With bills of fare for every month in the year. By Richard Briggs, many years cook at the Globe-Tavern, Fleet-street; the White-Hart Tavern, Holborn; and now at the Temple Coffee-House, London.

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    • Cork : Printed by J. Connor, Circulating-Library, 35, Grand-Parade, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • The lady's, housewife's, and cookmaid's assistant [electronic resource] : 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, mussins, &c. XIV. Jarring cherries, preserves. XV. To dress turtle, and make mock turtle. The whole designed to fit out an Entertainment In an Elegant Manner, and at a Small Expence. By E. Taylor.

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    • Berwick upon Tweed : printed by H. Taylor, for R. Taylor, bookseller, MDCCLXIX. [1769]
    • 1769
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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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  • Southern living : 30 years of our best recipes / [editor, Julie Gunter ; contributors, text, Mary Gunderson].

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    • Birmingham, AL : Oxmoor House, c2000.
    • 2000
    • 1 item
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  • They came from Aargh! / text by Russell Hoban ; illustrations by Colin McNaughton.

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    • New York : Philomel Books, c1981.
    • 1981
    • 1 item
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  • America's best lost recipes : 121 kitchen-tested heirloom recipes too good to forget / from the editors of Cook's Country magazine.

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    • Brookline, Mass. : America's Test Kitchen, 2007.
    • 2007
    • 1 item
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  • Momofuku Milk Bar / Christina Tosi, with Courtney McBroom ; photographs by Gabriele Stabile and Mark Ibold.

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    • New York : Clarkson Potter, 2011.
    • 2011
    • 1 item
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  • A letter to Dexter [sound recording] / George Cables Trio.

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    • Italy : Kind of Blue Records, p2006.
    • 2006-2004
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  • Cooking the Israeli way / Josephine Bacon ; photographs by Robert L. & Diane Wolfe.

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    • Minneapolis : Lerner Publications, c1986.
    • 1986
    • 2 items
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  • Cooking the Israeli way / Josephine Bacon ; photographs by Robert L. & Diane Wolfe.

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    • Minneapolis : Lerner Publications, c1986.
    • 1986
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  • Cooking the Israeli way : revised and expanded to include new low-fat and vegetarian recipes / Josephine Bacon.

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    • Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., 2002.
    • 2002
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  • Eataly : contemporary Italian cooking.

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    • New York : Phaidon Press Inc., 2016.
    • 2016
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  • Eataly : contemporary Italian cooking.

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    • New York : Phaidon, 2016.
    • 2016
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  • Krówki i mrówki i inne bajki wierszem / Łukasz Dębski ; [ilustracje i projekt okładki] Anna Kaszuba-Dębska.

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    • Kraków : Wydawn. Znak, 2002.
    • 2002
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  • The cooks and confectioners dictionary [electronic resource] : or, the accomplish'd housewives companion. Containing I. The choicest Receipts in all the several Branches of Cookery; or the best and newest Ways of dressing all Sorts of Flesh, Fish, Fowl, &c. for a Common or Noble Table; with their proper Garnitures and Sauces. II. The best Way of making Bisks, Farces, forc'd Meats, Marinades, Olio's, Puptons, Ragoos, Sauces, Soops, Pottages, &c. according to the English, French, and Italian Courts. All Sorts of Pickles. III. All Manner of Pastry-Works, as Biskets, Cakes, Cheese-Cakes, Custards, Pastes, Patties, Puddings, Pyes, Tarts, &c. IV. The various Branches of Confectionary; as Candying, Conserving, Preserving, and Drying all Sorts of Flowers, Fruits, Roots, &c. Also Jellies, Composts, Marmalades, and Sugar-Works. V. The Way of making all English potable Liquors; Ale, Beer, Cyder, Mead, Metheglin, Mum, Perry, and all Sorts of English Wines: Also Cordials, and Beautifying Waters. VI. Directions for ordering an Entertainment, or Bills of Fare, for all Seasons of the Year; and setting out a Desert of Sweet-Meats to the best Advantage: With an Explanation of the Terms us'd in Carving. According to the Practice of the most celebrated Cooks, Confectioners, &c. in the Courts of England, France, &c. and many private and accomplish'd Housewives. The third edition with additions. Revised and recommended by John Nott, late Cook to the Dukes of Somerset, Ormond and Bolton; Lord Lansdown and Ashburnham.

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    • London : printed by H. P. for Charles Rivington, at the Bible and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCXXVI. [1726]
    • 1726
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  • The cook's and confectioner's dictionary [electronic resource] : or, the accomplish'd housewife's companion. Containing, I. The choicest Receipts in all the several Branches of Cookery; or the best and newest Ways of dressing all sorts of Flesh, Fish, Fowl, &c. for a Common or Noble Table; with their proper Garnitures and Sauces. II. The best way of making Bisks, Farces, forc'd Meats, Marinades, Olio's, Puptons, Ragoos, Sauces, Soops, Potages, &c. according to the English, French, and Italian Courts. III. All manner of Pastry-Works, as Biskets, Cakes, Cheese-Cakes, Custards, Pastes, Patties, Puddings, Pyes, Tarts, &c. IV. The various Branches of Confectionary; as Candying, Conserving, Preserving, and Drying all sorts of Flowers, Fruits, Roots, &c. Also Jellies, Composts, Marmalades, and Sugar-Works. V. The way of making all English potable Liquors; Ale, Beer, Cider, Mead, Metheglin, Mum, Perry, and all sorts of English Wines; Also Cordials, and Beautifying Waters. VI. Directions for ordering an Entertainment, or Bills of Fare for all Seasons of the Year; and setting out a Desert of Sweetmeats to the best Advantage: With an Explanation of the Terms us'd in Carving. According to the Practice of the most celebrated Cooks. Confectioners, &c. in the Courts of England, France. &c. and many private and accomplish'd Housewives. Revised and recommended by John Nott, Cook to his Grace the Duke of Bolton.

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    • London : printed for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCXXIII. [1723]
    • 1723
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  • The new, universal, and complete confectioner; being the whole art of confectionary made perfectly plain and easy. [electronic resource] : Containing a full account of all the various methods of preserving and candying, both dry and liquid, 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 the year round. Together with directions for making blomonge, biscuits, rich-cakes, rock-works and candies, custards, jellies, creams and icecreams, 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. Including likewise the modern art of making artificial fruit, with the stalks in it, so as to resemble the natural fruit. To which, among many other useful articles, are added, several bills of fare for deserts for private families, &c. &c. The whole revised, corrected, and improved, by Mrs. Elizabeth Price, of Berkley Square; author of that excellent little cheap book entitled (to distinguish it from all old and spurious publications of the kind) the new book of cookery, price only 1s. Embellished with an elegant frontispiece.

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    • London : Printed for A. Hocc, at the King's Arms, No. 16, Paternoster Row, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The cooks and confectioners dictionary [electronic resource] : or, the accomplish'd housewives companion. Containing I. The choisest Receipts in all the several Branches of Cookery; or the best and newest Ways of dressing all sorts of Flesh, Fish, Fowl, &c. for a Common or Noble Table; with their proper Garnitures and Sauces. II. The best Way of making Bisks, Farces, forc'd Meats, Marinades, Olio's, Puptons, Ragoos, Sauces, Soops, Pottages, &c. according to the English, French, and Italian Courts. All Sorts of Pickles III. All Manner of Pastry-Works, as Biskets, Cakes, Cheese-Cakes, Custards, Pastes, Patties, Puddings, Pyes, Tarts, &c. IV. The various Branches of Confectionary; as Candying, Conserving, Preserving, and Drying all sorts of Flowers, Fruits, Roots, &c. Also Jellies, Composts, Marmalades, and Sugar-Works. V. The Way of making all English potable Liquors; Ale, Beer, Cyder, Mead, Metheglin, Mum, Perry, and all sorts of English Wines: Also Cordials, and Beautifying Waters. VI. Directions for ordering an Entertainment, or Bills of Fare for all Seasons of the Year; and setting out a Desert of Sweet-Meats to the best Advantage: With an Explanation of the Terms us'd in Carving. According to the Practice of the most celebrated Cooks, Confectioners, &c. in the Courts of England, France, &c. and many private and accomplish'd Housewives. The second edition with additions. Revised and recommended by John Nott, late Cook to the Dukes of Somerset, Ormond and Bolton; Lord Lansdown and Ashburnham.

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    • London : printed by H. P. for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, [1724]
    • 1724
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  • The english art of cookery, [electronic resource] : according to the present practice; being a complete guide to all housekeepers, on a plan entirely new; consisting of Thirtyeight Chapters. Containing Proper Directions for Marketing, and Trussing of Poultry. The making Soups and Broths. Dressing all sorts of Fish. Sauces for every Occasion. Boiling and Roasting. Baking, Broiling, and Frying. Stews and Hashes. Made Dishes of every sort. Ragous and Fricasees. Directions for dressing all sorts of Roots and Vegetables. All Sorts of Aumlets and Eggs. Puddings, Pies, Tarts, &c. Pancakes and Fritters. Cheese-Cakes and Custards. Blanc'mange, Jellies, and Syllabubs, Directions for the Sick. Directions for Seafaring Men. Preserving, Syrups, and Conserves. Drying and Candying. All sorts of Cakes. Hogs Puddings, Sausages, &c. Potting, and little cold Dishes. The art of Carving. Collaring, Salting, and Sousing. Pickling. To keep Garden Vegetables, &c. A Catalogue of Things in Season. Made wines and Cordial Waters. Brewing. English and French Bread, &c. With Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. By Richard Briggs, Many Years Cook at the Globe-Tavern, Fleet-Street, the White-Hart Tavern, Holborn, and now at the Temple Coffee-House, London.

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    • Dublin : printed for P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street, 1798.
    • 1798
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  • The cornucopia : being a kitchen entertainment and cookbook containing good reading and good cookery from more than 500 years of recipes, food lore & c. as conceived and expounded by the great chefs & gourmets of the old and new worlds between the years 1390 and 1899 / now compiled and presented to the public in a single handsome and convenient volume copiously illustrated, Judith Herman and Marguerite Shalett Herman.

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    • San Marino, Calif. : Huntington Library, c2005.
    • 2005-1973
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  • Christmas gifts good enough to eat / written and illustrated by Susan Purdy.

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    • New York : Watts, c1981.
    • 1981
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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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  • 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 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 C. Bates, at the Sun and Bible in Gilt-Spur-Street, in Pye-Corner: and A. Bettesworth, at the Red Lion on London-Bridge, 1713.
    • 1713
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  • The Spoonlight Institute / Alan Bernheimer.

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    • [Princeton, NJ] : Adventures in Poetry : Distributed to the trade through Zephyr Press by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution & SPD, c2009.
    • 2009
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  • A wandering feast : a journey through the Jewish culture of Eastern Europe / Yale Strom with Elizabeth Schwartz.

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    • San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, a Wiley Imprint, c2005.
    • 2005
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  • Every dish delivers : 365 days of fast, fresh, affordable meals / Sandra Lee.

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    • New York : SL Books : Hyperion, [2013]
    • 2013-2013
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  • The alternative flour cookbook : 100+ almond, oat, spelt & chickpea flour recipes you'll love / Kim Lutz.

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    • New York : Sterling, 2021.
    • 2021
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  • Eating to extinction : the world's rarest foods and why we need to save them / Dan Saladino.

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    • New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022.
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  • Illuminating love / Hazel Frankel.

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    • Auckland Park, South Africa : Jacana, 2011.
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  • Hiding from salesmen : poems / by Scott Poole ; pictures by Robert Helm.

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    • 2003
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