Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
Practical household recipes from "Lessons in plain cooking"
Practical | household recipes | from | "Lessons in Plain Cooking" | compiled by | Ch. Herman Senn | instructor in cookery | author of "Practical Gastronomy" "Recherche2 Dinner Recipes" etc. | Series I.
London: published for the Universal Cookery and Food Association by Spottiswoode and Co; 
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp [1-5] 6-70, [i-iv] ads Lacks binding
GB: LB destroyed LCF LG *LoEN OB
The preface is dated September 1892. The text contains 150 numbered recipes. LB, LG and OB date the volume ; LoEN dates it .
The LG and OB copies and the two LCF copies have a leaf of advertisements preceding the title-page. The LG and LCF volumes are bound in red cloth; the OB volume, in brown paper. One of the LCF copies is inscribed on the title-page "Ida Marguerite Senn. 1893."
Another book published by the Universal Cookery and Food Association, "Practical cookery manual of plain and middle class recipes' of 1897, was based on "Practical household recipes" (see under "Practical cookery manual", above, for a description of that book).
Practical | household recipes | from | lessons in plain cooking | compiled by | Ch. Herman Senn | cookery instructor | author of "Practical Gastronomy" "Recherche2 Dinner Recipes" | etc.
London: published by Spottiswoode and Co for the Universal Cookery and Food Association; nd
18.5 x 12.5 cm Pp [1-5] 6-9 Brown cloth
The preface is dated September 1892 as in the first cited edition; however, the last printed page is page 9 which ends with recipe No. 11 for mutton broth. Twenty-seven blank leaves follow. This odd copy may be a dummy for the edition described above or, possibly, for a later unpublished edition.