Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
The same author wrote "Aunt Sarah's cookery book for a Jewish kitchen", first edition, Liverpool: Yates and Hess, 1872, and second edition, Liverpool: Yates and Hess, 1889.
- Aunt Sarah's directions for teaching economical cookery, in Jewish schools and families
Aunt Sarah's | directions for teaching | economical cookery, | in | Jewish schools and families. | Recipes for cheap, good, and nutritious | dinners and suppers, at a cost of | from 4d. to 8d. for an adult, | and 2d. to 4d. for a child; | cookery for Passover; | cookery for the sick, with directions for | making and applying poultices, | fomentations, &c.
Liverpool: Yates and Hess; 1877
18.0 x 12.0 cm Pp [i-v] vi, 7-47 Lacks binding
GB: *LoEN OB
The book is dedicated "to my esteemed friend, Mrs Morris Joseph, with the hope that it may assist her in her untiring endeavours to improve the homes of the working classes of our community". The preface discusses the need for school cookery classes adapted to Jewish dietary laws. There are 162 numbered recipes.
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