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A Book of Cookerie

By A Book of Cookerie

subjects: cookery, domestic medicine, husbandry,

  • 1. A Book of Cookerie / And the order of meates to bee ser- / ved to the table, both for flesh / and fish dayes. // With many excellent wayes for the dressing of / all usuall sortes of meates, both bak't, boyld or / rosted, of flesh, fish, fowle, or others, / with their proper sauces. / As also many rare inventions in coo- / kery for made Dishes: with most notable / preserves of sundry sorts of fruits. / Likewise for making many precious waters, / with divers approved Medicines / for grievous diseases. / with certaine points of husbandry how to or- / der Oxen, Horses, Sheepe, Hogges, &c. / with many other necessary points / for husbandry to know.
    Edward Allde   1620
    8.2 x 12   [i-ii] [1] 2-102 [103-8]   8o A-G8
    GB:   LeU(B)  

    In three parts: cookery, physicke, husbandry
    Much expanded from 1575; starts the same way - simply putting materia in a sentence rather than a column.

    PR 3300

  • 2. — A booke of cookerie and the order of meates to bee serued to the table, both for flesh and fish dayes. With many excellent wayes for the dressing of all vsuall sortes of meates ... Likewise for making many precious waters, with diuers approued medicines for grieuous diseases. With certaine points of husbandry
    Elizabeth Allde   1629

    World CAT : Book

    PR 3301