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CROSSLEY, Miss Margaret Ada   


EpicureDir 1899 gives the full name of this author and describes her as a teacher of cookery and laundry work with a First-Class Diploma, Manchester School of Domestic Economy, 1895, First-Class, Physiology, Advanced, 1895 and Hygiene, Advanced, 1896. She held the position of Head Mistress, Fulledge House, Cookery and Laundry Centre, Burnley, and her address is given as 56 Bank Parade, Burnley.% 0660

  • Cakes: plain, rich and decorated
  • Subjects: cakes,

    • 1. Cakes: | plain, rich, and decorated. | A collection of recipes | compiled by | M. A. Crossley, | First Class Diplomee of the Manchester School of Cookery.
      Burnley: Lupton Bros; 1901
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv, [1] 2-60   Lacks binding  
      GB:   LB micro OB   *LoEN   OB  
      US:   ICJ  

      The preface is dated 1901. The text is divided into sections entitled "Plain cakes', "Richer cakes', "Sponge cakes', "Gingerbread and parkin', "Biscuits, macaroons, etc', "Various icings', "Various recipes", and "Decorated cakes'.
      The OB copy is bound in grey paper.

  • Puddings: boiled and baked
  • Subjects: desserts,

    • 1. Puddings: | boiled and baked. | Cold sweets, | pancakes and fritters, | sauces. | A collection of recipes | compiled by | M. A. Crossley, | First Class Diplomee of the Manchester School of Cookery.
      Burnley: Lupton Bros; 1902
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv], [1] 2-60 [61-62]   Lacks binding  
      GB:   LB micro OB   OB   *LoEN  

      The preface is dated 1902.


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