Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
YATES, Lucy Helen
The author's "Successful jam making and fruit bottling", London: Rebman Ltd, 1909, is written for the small manufacturer and cottage industries and is, therefore, outside the scope of this bibliography and not described fully here. Cookery books by Lucy Yates first published after 1914 include "Cooking for two", London: Country Life Ltd, , and "The country housewife's book: how to make the most of country produce and country fare", London: Country Life Ltd, . "What's best to eat?" by S. Henning Belfrage, London: William Heinemann, 1926, has a practical supplement by Lucy Yates. She also wrote books on household topics apart from cookery.
- The convalescent's diet
The | convalescent's | diet | how to provide and prepare it | with special hints for patients suffering from | diarrhoea, dyspepsia, neuralgia, | anoemia, &c., &c. | and | some useful recipes for preparing refreshing and | restorative drinks. | By Lucy Helen Yates | author of | "The Profession of Cookery, from a French Point of View, | "The Care of the Home," etc.
London: H. Virtue and Co Ltd; 1901
16.5 x 10.0 cm Pp [i-vii] viii,  2-88, 1-8 publ ads White paper covered boards with all-over floral pattern
GB: LB LoEN OB *OPo(F)
On the title-page no closing quotation-marks follow "View,".
- The gardener and the cook
The gardener | and the cook | by | Lucy H. Yates
London: Constable and Co Ltd; 1911
18.5 x 13.5 cm Pp [i-iv] v-x, 1-259 , [i-iv] publ ads Green cloth with floral border on front
GB: *Priv coll
The printing history on the verso of the title-page of the 1915 edition states that the first edition was published in February 1912; however, this copy bears the date of 1911 on the title-page.
[Title as 1911]
London: Constable and Co Ltd; 1912
19.0 x 13.5 cm Pp [i-iv] v-x, 1-259 , [i-iv] publ ads Green cloth with floral border on front
GB: *LB LWel
US: NN ICJ
[Title as 1911]
London: Constable and Co Ltd; 
17.0 x 12.5 cm Pp [i-iv] v-x, 1-259 , [i-iv] publ ads Brown cloth with a male gardener and female cook on front
Printed on the verso of the title-page is "First published February 1912 < Reissued 1915" (see comments to 1911 edition). American editions: Bitting 508 and NUCat cite New York: McBride, Nast and Co, 1913. Axford 178 records New York: McBride, Nast, 1912, 1913.
- A handbook of fish cookery
A handbook | of | fish cookery | how to buy, dress, cook, and | eat fish | by | Lucy H. Yates | author of "The Profession of Cookery from a French | Point of View."
London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock and Co Ltd; 1897
15.0 x 9.0 cm Pp [1-2] publ ad, [i-vi], 1-87  Brown cloth with fish on front
Bib: A195 B507
GB: LB destroyed LWel LoEN OB
US: MH *DLC
- In camp and kitchen
In camp and | kitchen | a handy guide for emigrants | and settlers | by the author of | "The Successful Home Cook," etc
London: Andrew Melrose; 1912
16.5 x 10.5 cm Pp [1-6] 7-128 Red cloth
GB: LB LWel LoEN OB *OPo(F)
Eight chapters follow the introduction: "Cooking in the open: elementary cooking apparatus", "The log-hut or camp kitchen", "Dealing with the stores: water, refuse, waste, etc", "The staff of life: bread; yeast, quick-bread, etc", "The day's food and work: food required, initial preparations", "Cooking of fish, meat and vegetables; the "reason why", etc", "Simplified cookery recipes" and "Practical hints for the handy man". The last chapter, "Practical hints for the handy man", includes instructions for treating mosquito stings and for preparing coffee substitutes from grains such as wheat and oats.
- The model kitchen
The | model kitchen | by | Lucy H. Yates | author of | "The Profession of Cookery," "The Convalescent's Diet," | "Management of Money," etc. | With illustrations
London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green and Co; 1905
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp [i-vii] viii,  2-118  [2s on binding] Green cloth
GB: LB destroyed LCF LWel LoEN OB *OPo(F)
US: DWP ICJ MB NN
The thirteen chapters include "Introduction", "A model equipment for the kitchen of a flat", "The compact store closet", "The gas cooking-stoves and American kitcheners", "Oil stoves and bachelor equipments", "The chafing-dish", "The casserole and marmite", "Cooking in, and using French fireproof china dishes", "The right selection and combination of foods", "A few savoury made dishes and entrees", "The cooking of vegetables and dressing of salads", "Good coffee and tea" and "How to serve a dinner without a maid".
- The profession of cookery from a French point of view
The | profession of cookery | from a French point of view. | With some economical practices | peculiar to the nation. | By | Lucy H. Yates, | lecturer to the International Horticultural Exhibition | Committee.
London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock and Bowden Ltd; 1894
18.0 x 12.0 cm Pp [i-vi] vii-xii,  2-228, [i-xvi] publ ads Green cloth with steaming frying pan held over flames on front
GB: LB LWel *LoEN OB
US: DLC MH MU
- The successful home cook
The successful | home cook | by | Lucy H. Yates | author of | "Successful Jam Making and Fruit Bottling" | "The Model Kitchen" etc.
London: Rebman Ltd; 
18.0 x 12.0 cm Pp [iii-iv] v [vi] vii-viii, 1-243 Blue cloth
GB: LB LCS LoEN OB *OPo(F)
US: DNAL ICJ NN OCl
The preface is dated July 1910.
Like the OPo(F) copy, the volumes at LB, LoEN and LCS all begin with the title-page on page iii and have no advertisements following page 243. LB and LoEN date the book .
In contrast, the pagination of the OB copy runs [1-6] ads, [i-iv] v [vi] vii-viii, 1-243, [i-v] publ ads. there is a half-title on page i which reads, "The successful home cook". Acquired in February 1911, OB dates its copy .
Subjects: invalid cookery,
Subjects: france, cookery of,
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