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Our viands

By BUCKLAND, Anne Walbank

subjects: history,

  • 1. Our viands | whence they come and | how they are cooked | with a bundle of old | recipes from cookery books | of the last century | by Anne Walbank Buckland | member of the Anthropological Institute. Author of | "Anthropological Studies.' "The World Beyond | the Esterelles,' etc.
    London: Ward and Downey; 1893
    18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-v] vi, [7] 8-308   Green cloth
    Bib:   A311   B67  
    GB:   *LB   LCF   LWel   LoEN   OB  
    US:   DLC   KMK   PPL   ICJ   MB   NN   NIC(HA)  

    This is a history of eating habits and of the use of different ingredients and dishes, in Britain and around the world. On the title-page are two quotations: ""Tell me what thou eatest and I will tell thee who thou art." Old proverb. "Viands of various kinds allure the taste of choicest sort and savour; rich repast." # Pope."