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The practice of modern cookery
The practice of modern cookery; adapted to families of distinction, as well as to those of the middling ranks of life. etc.
Edinburgh: printed for the author sold by C. Elliot and T. Longman at London 1781
21 cm. vi, 475 p.
GB: ENLS* GPL(M) LBL
US: DCLC KMK
1. George Dalrymple describes himself as 'late cook to Sir ]ohn Whitefoord, Bart, and he dedicated his work to Lady Whitefoord. It is interesting to note that he named receipts in both English and French, and that he was one of the first cookery writers to give a glossary of terms.
Bitting, p. 114; Oxford, p. 113