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  • Instruction in cookery
  • Subjects: education, professional,

    • 1. Instruction in cookery | by | A. P. Thompson | Instructress to the London County Council | With 10 illustrations
      London: Methuen and Co; [1908]
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv] v-viii, 1-116, [i-iv] publ ads and printer, [1-3] 4-20 publ ads   [2s 6d on verso of ht]   Green cloth  
      Bib:   B459  
      GB:   LB   *LCS   LoEN   OB  
      US:   DLC   NN   ICJ  

      "First published in 1908" is printed on the verso of the title-page. The book is for teachers of cookery. Chapters include "Stoves", "Bread and bread-making", "The syllabus for children", "The teaching of the processes of cookery", "Economy in teaching domestic economy", "Cheap proteid food other than meat: salads", "Diet in diseases and convalescence", "Infant-feeding", "Evening continuation schools" and "Conclusion: the cookery teacher # her aims and training". An appendix and index follow.
      The title is part of "Methuen's text-books of technology". BMCat cites George Frederick Goodchild and Gerald Rusgrove Mills as editors of the series.

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