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Murell's second booke of cookerie
The / second / booke / cookerie. // Wherein is set forth the newest / and most commendable fashion of / dressing, boyling, sourcing, or roast- / ing, all manner either flesh, fish, / or any kinde of fowle. // Together with an exact order of ma / king kickshawes, or made-dishes, of any / fashion, fit to beautifie either Noble- / mans or Gentle-mans table. // All set forth according to the now new / English and French fashion. / by / John Murrell. // The fifth impression.
John Marriot 1638
[i-iv] 1-188 [189-202] 8o A-N8
Printed to follow "A New Booke of Cookerie" (1638).
[F6] Dedication: To the right worshipfullÉ Lady Browne, wife of John Browne.
Note: 'kickshawes' = derived from 'quelque choses'.