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By: Neil, Marion
Publisher: London, W.& R.Chambers: 1912
Seller ID: 2824
sp.faded, some faint spotting here and there, else good Comprehensive and useful. Miss Neil wrote a number of cookery books - this was her second. She was Principal of the Philadelphia Practical School of Cookery, and Cookery Editor of the Ladies Home Journal. View more info
By: Payne, A.G.
Publisher: London, Cassell: 1912
Seller ID: 10362
Pages age-toned, minor bumping on spine, boards soiled. "Intended more for the drawing book than the kitchen" , this is a collection of essays on topics such as "How to make things look nice"; "How to give a supper" & "Turtle Soup" (far superior to mock-turtle soup and made from dried turtle flesh!) View more info
By: Peel, Mrs C.S.
Publisher: London, Archibald Constable & Co: 1905
Seller ID: 8288
Boards soiled, some foxing to eps and outer edges of text block A book of recipes for savouries to be served, unusually, at the end of the meal. View more info
By: Ronald, Mary
Publisher: N.York, London, D.Appleton-Century Co.: 1937
Seller ID: 1664
v.good strong, clean copy Bitting gives 1895 as the first edition of this comprehensive work, with others following into the 20th century. Many good recipes, simple and elaborate, and including some from New England and some distinctive Southern dishes. Also deals with the etiquette of dinner entertaining, table decorations (illustrated) and household matters. Nice book. View more info
By: Samuel, Lucy R.
Publisher: Singapore, Straits Times: 1957
Seller ID: 10392
Wraps rubbed and showing edgewear. Several small pieces missing on spine.Light foxing scattered throughout. "Tested and popular dishes of the Tamils in Ceylon and also a few national dishes which may be appreciated." Scarce View more info
By: Soyer, Alexis
Publisher: London, Sturgis Walton: 1911
Seller ID: 5555
12mo. pp 112 + advertising. Some soiling and edgewear to boards. PO book plate laid into front ep. Envelope pasted on to rear ep with a newspaper cutting of recipes for paperbag cooking as well as a leaflet stating "These are the only bags approved by Monsieur Soyer..." Webbing showing at rear hinge, otherwise a clean tight copy. The author, late chef of Brook's Club, did not claim to be able to cook everything in a paper-bag but his enthusiasm is pretty infecti... View more info
Publisher: London, Andrew Melrose: 1912
Edition: 1st Ed.
Seller ID: 3024
Fading to spine, light foxing throughout ( most evident up to page ix) Crack between front pastedown and ep, webbing showing, but secure. Inscription on ffep Nicolas Soyer, late Chef of Brooks's Club, was the grandson of the great Alexis Soyer. He, like his grandfather, was originally destined for the Church, but left it to serve under Papon, the famous confectioner. On coming to London he worked in various large kitchens before a succession of posts as chef in aristocr... View more info
By: Wood, T.B.
Publisher: Cambridge, University Press: 1913
Edition: 1st Ed.
Seller ID: 1870
v.good Professor Wood's little book deals with wheat-growing, marketing, the quality of wheat from the miller's point of view, baking, different kinds of bread etc etc. View more info
Publisher: Sydney, The Shepherd Press: 1957
Edition: First edition
Seller ID: 75
4to. pp 94. Spine is split and torn at rear, loss to head and foot of spine. Internally very clean and bright. Now protected in removable mylar cover. Scarce first edition. Six members, and never more than six at one time, comprised the Society of Gourmets who produced this book, for which the proceeds went to Torchbearers for Legacy. The Society met in Sydney on the final Wednesday of each month for lunch or dinner. Included is a Molnar sketch book which records bits of... View more info