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COLD SCRAPS MADE INTO DAINTY DISHES
- Cold scraps made into dainty dishes
[First edition of "Cold scraps made into dainty dishes to set before a husband by a lady help", 1876]
GB: Priv coll
A private collector holds this title, London: Tinsley Brothers, 1876. On the title-page is the quotation ""Would you be rich, think of saving."" The price of 1s is on the binding. This edition, presumably the first, is recorded in EngCat.
Cold scraps made into | dainty dishes | to set | before a husband. | By | a lady help.
London: Tinsley Brothers; 1877
18.0 x 12.0 cm Pp [i-v] vi-viii,  2-68 [69-70] [1s on binding] Beige paper covered boards with woman stirring steaming contents of bowl on front
The title-page quotation from the first edition appears again on the title-page of this edition. The recipes are for left-overs and are grouped under the headings beef, mutton, veal, pork, lamb, fowl, rabbit, ham or bacon, pickled eggs, fish, potatoes, and various dishes.% 1091
Subjects: left-overs, cooking with,
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