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MIDDLETON, JOHN   flourished 1734


  • Five hundred new receipts in cookery
  • Subjects: cookery, confectionary, pastry, preserving, conserving, pickling,

    • 1. Five hundred new receipts in cookery, confectionary, pastry, preserving, conserving, pickling; and the several branches of these arts necessary to be known by all good housewives. Revised and recommended by Mr. Henry Howard.
      London: printed for Thomas Astley   1734
      20 cm.   iv, 249 p.  
      GB:   LBL   LeU(B)*  
      US:   DCLC   KMK   NPV  

      1. The author described himself as 'Cook to his Grace the late Duke of Bolton'.
      2. For two works by the reviser, see under earlier entries: HOWARD, Henry, The British cook's companion; and, idem, England's newest way in . . . cookery.
      3. The LeU(B) copy contains the bookplate of 'Strickland Freeman, Esq' Fawley Court, Bucks. 1801'.

      Bitting, p. 324; Oxford, p. 64


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