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THE COOK'S COMPANION

By: Alexander, Stephanie

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Melbourne, Viking: 1996

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 813

Condition: Very Good


Very Thick 4to; Well-used, with wear showing to boards (binding loose and soiled, edgewear, corners bumped, lamination missing in places). Internally there are occasional small food stains but otherwise clean. Described on the cover as"The complete book of ingredients and recipes for the Australian kitchen", this is a splendid work from one of the country's finest cooks and sometime restaurateur. Packed with information, from sound advice on utensils and cookery basics ... View more info

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The Cook's Companion

By: Alexander, Stephanie

Price: $110.00

Publisher: Melbourne, Viking: 1996

Seller ID: 906

Condition: Very Good


An excellent copy in as new, apparently unused condition Described on the cover as"The complete book of ingredients and recipes for the Australian kitchen", this is a splendid work from one of the country's finest cooks and sometime restaurateur. Packed with information, from sound advice on utensils and cookery basics to a vast collection of recipes arranged to accompany an aphabetical list of ingredients. Thus there are five recipes for anchovies plus referrals to six... View more info

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The Family Dictionary or Household Companion. Containing in an alphabetical method, I Directions for cookery etc....

By: Salmon, William

Price: $950.00

Publisher: London, Printed for H.Rhodes at The Star, the corner of Bride Lane in Fleet Street: 1705

Edition: Third edition

Seller ID: 8537

Condition: Good


Rebound in modern half-calf with marbled boards. Title page corners are shabby and a dozen following have dog-ears. Occasional rust stains,watermark. Remnants of insect damage affect a small section of pp 167 - 176. First published in 1695 by W.H, in this Third Edition William Salmon gives himself the title of Professor of Physic, although some writers suggest he was only a well-read quack. This lovely example of the household companion is a wealth of information for ... View more info