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Cold scraps made into dainty dishes

By COLD SCRAPS MADE INTO DAINTY DISHES

subjects: left-overs, cooking with,

  • 1. [First edition of "Cold scraps made into dainty dishes to set before a husband by a lady help", 1876]
    GB:   Priv coll  

    A private collector holds this title, London: Tinsley Brothers, 1876. On the title-page is the quotation ""Would you be rich, think of saving."" The price of 1s is on the binding. This edition, presumably the first, is recorded in EngCat.

  • 2. — Cold scraps made into | dainty dishes | to set | before a husband. | By | a lady help.
    London: Tinsley Brothers; 1877
    18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-v] vi-viii, [1] 2-68 [69-70]   [1s on binding]   Beige paper covered boards with woman stirring steaming contents of bowl on front
    GB:   *LoEN  

    The title-page quotation from the first edition appears again on the title-page of this edition. The recipes are for left-overs and are grouped under the headings beef, mutton, veal, pork, lamb, fowl, rabbit, ham or bacon, pickled eggs, fish, potatoes, and various dishes.% 1091