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Your Daily Bread (Association copy), Grant, Doris
1 Grant, Doris Your Daily Bread (Association copy)
London Faber & Faber 1944 First edition Original Cloth Good 
Black stain approx 4cm long on spine, pages yellowed. Doris Grant became a convert to the Hay System of eating when it helped improve her crippling arthritis. Encouraged by WIlliam Hay, she began publishing books on the plan for a British audience. This slim volume is one of the most famous of her books. As well as supplying recipes, including one for her famous Grant Loaf, it also cited evidence to support her contention that refined white bread was "murdered food" because it has the most important, life-giving element, the wheat germ removed. While initially met with scepticism, many of her ideas on food are now regarded as commonplace, and given she lived until 98, probably worth paying attention to. This copy has the name Ambrose Heath on the ffep. 
Price: 100.00 AUD
 
 
Casserole & Chafing Dish Cookery, Heath, Ambrose
2 Heath, Ambrose Casserole & Chafing Dish Cookery
London Spearman 1958 1st Ed. Original Cloth Very Good very good Jacket 
Recipes for contrasting cooking methods - slow and fast. Second copy less good, tape marks to eps, inner hinge reinforced: $10 
Price: 15.00 AUD
 
 
FARE WISELY AND WELL, Heath, Ambrose
3 Heath, Ambrose FARE WISELY AND WELL
London & Melbourne Ward, Lock 1951 1st Ed. Hardcover Good poor Jacket 
Soiled d/w has edgewear and insect damage to edges. Early pages are rippled at inside edge. Attractive book of recipes, all of which originally appeared in "The Queen" magazine. 
Price: 15.00 AUD
 
 
Good Breakfasts, Heath, Ambrose
4 Heath, Ambrose Good Breakfasts
London Faber 1940 First edition/ Association copy Hardcover Good fair Jacket 
Price-clipped d/w soiled and with folds reinforced by PO with white tape. Boards and eps are foxed. War-time book to promote interesting breakfasts, in spite of the lack of bacon.Includes a number of potted meats or fish, and some recipes for marmalades and jams. Another of Heath's war-time publications, which sought to provide alternatives for Britons suffering under rationing. This copy bears an inscription to the front ep: "The first copy. With all my love. 23 March 1940" This is one of several books from a collection which also includes a couple with Heath's name in the same hand as this inscription. 
Price: 120.00 AUD
 
 
Good Cheese Dishes, Heath, Ambrose
5 Heath, Ambrose Good Cheese Dishes
London Faber 1943 1st Ed. Wraps Good 
Wraps browned with edgewear and small tears in several places. Internally very clean Another of Heath's wartime books. Interesting recipes include Cheese and Spinach Pancakes and five for Potted Cheese. 
Price: 20.00 AUD
 
 
6 Heath, Ambrose Good Food Again Month By Month Recipes
London Faber and Faber 1950 First edition Original Cloth Good fair Jacket 
D/w is tatty at the edges, with some foxing to the folds, which is also evident on the edges of the text block. Some offset on eps, but contents are clean and binding tight. With all of Heath's usual style, this book was originally written in 1945, but publication was postponed because of the austerity of post-war Britain. His hopeful tone here "reminds us how to prepare the good and pleasant food which has for so long been absent from our table." although he also apologises teasingly for the presence of such "highly creamy dishes as the beans landaise on page 91, the cucumber (p.94), the delicious trout Normande and the truly exquisite smoked salmon tart (p.54)...However by the time these words appear in print, cream may be with us again. Excellent recipes. Scarce 
Price: 50.00 AUD
 
 
7 Heath, Ambrose Good Food Month By Month Recipes
London Faber 1939 3rd Impr. 
One or two pages lightly foxed, else v.good First published 1932 and first of Heath's many books. Particularly notable for the delectable drawings by Edward Bawden, one of the great English illustrators. A most collectable book. 
Price: 30.00 AUD
 
 
Kitchen Table Talk 500 recipes by Ambrose Heath, Heath, Ambrose
8 Heath, Ambrose Kitchen Table Talk 500 recipes by Ambrose Heath
London Victor Gollancz 1953 1st edition Original Cloth Good poor Jacket 
Early pages lightly soiled, but generally clean and tight copy. D/W is in poor shape, stained and with multiple small tears and edgewear, More than 450 recipes from soup through to coffee 
Price: 20.00 AUD
 
 
Savoury Snacks A Collection of Recipes for Snacks, hot and cold, suitable for Sherry or Cocktail Parties, Picnics, informal Meals, late Suppers and other notable Occasions when light but not uninteresting fare is expected: with a note on Savoury Butters, Heath, Ambrose
9 Heath, Ambrose Savoury Snacks A Collection of Recipes for Snacks, hot and cold, suitable for Sherry or Cocktail Parties, Picnics, informal Meals, late Suppers and other notable Occasions when light but not uninteresting fare is expected: with a note on Savoury Butters
London Nicholson & Watson 1939 First edition/ Association copy Original Illustrated boards Good good Jacket 
Light soiling to edges of d/w. Offset to eps. Some attractive ideas from the prolific Mr Heath - he wrote over 70 books. This is inscribed on the ffep "To my love. The first copy. 25th October 1939" in the same hand as several others from this collection which bear Heath's name." Scarce even without this provenance 
Price: 125.00 AUD
 
 
Simple Salads and salad dressings, Heath, Ambrose
10 Heath, Ambrose Simple Salads and salad dressings
London Faber 1943 1st Ed. Original Cloth Good poor Jacket 
V.good Includes useful variations on salad dressings and suggestions for a miniature herb garden. 
Price: 15.00 AUD
 
 
Simple Salads and salad dressings, Heath, Ambrose
11 Heath, Ambrose Simple Salads and salad dressings
London Faber 1944 2nd New Zealand Ed. Wraps Very Good 
V.good Includes useful variations on salad dressings and suggestions for a miniature herb garden. This edition is the second New Zealand edition, printed as the first was in 1944. The paper is of a superior quality to the wartime English edition but it is staplebound in wrappers rather than cased. Contents appear identical. 
Price: 15.00 AUD
 
 
Vegetable Dishes & Salads for every day of the year collected for the British Growers Council. With a special chapter on Tomatoes and a section on Salads, Heath, Ambrose
12 Heath, Ambrose Vegetable Dishes & Salads for every day of the year collected for the British Growers Council. With a special chapter on Tomatoes and a section on Salads
London Faber 1938 1st Ed. Illustrated paper-covered boards. Good 
Boards are lightly soiled, edges of text-block foxed. Many interesting and unusual recipes. Heath's books are very collectible, providing as they do a glimpse into wartime eating habits and restrictions. This copy is it itself a testament to wartime scarcity - unlike other editions of the same book it lacks the decorative boards and dustjacket seen in other copies and is smaller in size. Second copy, no dustjacket but with decorative boardsex government library with stamp to ffep and library card envelope attached to rear pastedown: $25 
Price: 25.00 AUD
 
 
Good Savouries, Heath,Ambrose
13 Heath,Ambrose Good Savouries
London Faber & Faber 1940(?) 1st NZ edition Illustrated wraps Good good Jacket 
contents v.good soiled covers Appealing little book with some 200 recipes for hot and cold savouries. 
Price: 15.00 AUD
 
 
14 Heath,Ambrose Simple American Dishes in English measures
London Faber 1943 1st Ed. Hardcover Good 
Heath hoped that these dishes, of an economical nature, would "bring a little novelty" to the British housewife's wartime table. 2nd copy no d/w so $20 
Price: 20.00 AUD
 


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