Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
The dinner bell
subjects: left-overs, cooking with,
The dinner bell | a gastronomic manual | teaching the mistress how to rule a dainty | and thrifty cuisine, and the cook how to | prepare a great variety of dishes | with economy. | Edited by Fin Bec | author of "The Epicure's Year Book;" "The Book of Menus;" "The | Cupboard Papers," etc.
London and Belfast: William Mullan and Son; 1878
19.0 x 12.5 cm Pp [i-iv], 1-124 Green cloth with angel in cook's apron ringing bell on front
GB: LB LCF LG *LoEN OB
US: NN MB MH MCR NNNAM
Printed on the title-page is ""I detest him (Croker) more than cold boiled veal." Letter from Macaulay to his sister'. The author's aim was to provide recipes for dishes made chiefly of left-overs.