Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
The compleat family cook. Consisting of a collection of near a thousand
The compleat family cook. Consisting of a collection of near a thousand curious and uncommon receipts in soops [sic] made-dishes . . . also bills of fare for every month in the year . . . a book necessary for mistresses of families, higher and lower women servants . . . and calculated for the preservation of health . . . revised and corrected by an eminent cook . . . To which is added the London and country brewer . . . with a copious treatise on malt liquors . . . the art of clear starching, ironing, . . . the servant maid's best companion. etc.
Hull: printed by J. Rawson and Son 1766
17 cm. 216 p. pls.
1. The 1766 work is certainly a pirated or spurious version of Elizabeth Moxon's book (see under later entry: MOXON, Elizabeth, English housewifery).
Bitting, p. 534