Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes


Our daily fare and how to provide it

By OUR DAILY FARE AND HOW TO PROVIDE IT

subjects: menus, general,

  • 1. Our daily fare | and | how to provide it; | a guide to procuring | good living at the smallest cost, | for all seasons of the year. | With | a complete practical series of | weekly bills of fare [town & country] | at from 4s. to 7s. per head. | With nearly two hundred recipes, chiefly original, for | suitable dishes, | good advice with reference to meals, &c. | also | a guide to marketing; | what to buy and how to choose it; | with reliable instructions for all.
    London, New York, Melbourne and Sydney: Ward, Lock and Bowden Ltd; 1893
    18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-x], [1] 2-140, [i-xiv] ads   Blue cloth with steaming soup tureen on front
    GB:   LB   LoEN   OB   *WYoLU(B)  
    US:   DLC  

    Menus on pages 1-72 are followed by general notes on menus on pages 73-80 and 177 numbered recipes on pages 81-134.

  • 2. — Our daily fare | and | how to provide it. | A guide to procuring | good living at the smallest cost | for all seasons of the year.
    London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock and Co Ltd; 1899
    18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-94, [i-ii]   Pink paper
    GB:   *LB   LoEN   OB  

    The series title, "New penny handbooks", is on the binding. Like the earlier edition, there are 177 numbered recipes preceded by menus.