Quantity: 1 available
top & tail of spine frayed, inner hinges opening, minor foxing to eps, substantial foxing to author's portrait and title page, contents v.good Francatelli, "pupil of the celebrated Careme, seven years chef de cuisine to the Reform Club, and Maitre d'Hotel and chief cook" to Queen Victoria, explains in his preface that he has been prevailed upon to write a book less complicated than his "Modern Cook" (1846) and consequently, more economical. Notable recipes include a Christmas raised pie, fruit jellies of all kinds, and some interesting medicinal drinks. Wonderfully comprehensive with interesting bills of fare for every month of the year at rear.
Title: The Cooks' Guide And Housekeeper's & Butler's Assistant: practical treatise on English and foreign cookery in all its branches; containing plain instructions for pickling and preserving vegetables, fruit, game etc; the curing of hams and bacon; the art of confectionery and ice-making, and the arrangement of desserts. With valuable directions for the preparation of proper diet for invalids; also for a variety of wine-cups and epicurean salads, American drinks, and summer beverages.
Edition: Sixty-seventh Thousand
Publisher: London, Richard Bentley & Son: 1903
Binding: Original Cloth
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 10096