Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
THOMPSON, Charles John Samuel 1862-1943
BMCat and LoEN cite the author's full given names.
- The housewife's handy-book
The | housewife's handy-book | three hundred and fifty | useful everyday recipes | by | C. J. S. Thompson | author of | "The Cult of Beauty," "The Best Thing to Do," | etc. etc.
London: John Hogg; nd
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp [1-2] ads, [i-v] vi, 7-127, [i-iii] ads [1s on binding] Red paper covered boards
GB: LB LCF LoEN *OPo(F)
The text contains an interesting selection of recipes for products of the still-room. The twenty chapters include: "The stillroom and its furnishing", "About fruit essences and syrups", "On making preserves and conserves", "Concerning home-made wines, liqueurs, etc", "About sherbets, kalies, and other cooling drinks", "Simple washes for rendering the skin fair and soft", "Concerning home-made perfumery", "On fragrant pot pourri and sweet sachets", "About powder and patches", "Of aromatic and certain sweet waters", "Some grateful washes for the hair", "About essences and liquids for imparting flavour and colour", "On the destruction of moths, flies, and other noisome insects", "On the eradication of stains", "Concerning diet and comforts for those who are sick", "On disinfectants and preventatives of disease", "Concerning the preparation of tea and coffee", "Of dentifrices and soothing waters for the teeth and gums", "On making cleansing products for divers purposes" and "Of many useful things".
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Subjects: still-room cookery,
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