Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
BURRILL, Katharine and Annie M. Booth
Katharine Burrill wrote an essay called "Cooking and cooks' in her book "Corner stones' (published in London by J. M. Dent and Co in 1904 and 1907, and in New York by E. P. Dutton and Co in 1904) in which she comments on British cooking and eating habits. Firmly in favour of the Sunday roast of beef, she states on page 179, "However cosmopolitan we may feel during the week, we like to feel British on Sunday."
- The amateur cook
The | amateur | cook | by | Katharine | Burrill. | author | of | "Corner | Stones" | & Annie. M. | Booth. | author | of | "Simple | Cookery" | Illustrated | by | Mabel. L. | Attwell.
London and Edinburgh: W. and R. Chambers Ltd; nd
19.0 x 14.0 cm Pp [1-2] tp, [i-iii] iv [v-viii],  2-296 Green cloth with image on front of woman running for a pot boiling over
GB: LB LWel LoEN OB *OPo(F) WYoLU(B)
The text is written in a narrative style. All the libraries cited as locations date the book  except for OB which dates it .% American editions: Axford 8, Bitting 622 and NUCat list an undated edition published in New York by Frederick A. Stokes Co, copies of which are in MB, DLC, OC, CtY and NNNAM.
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