Household Books Published in Britain
A proper newe booke of cokerye
A proper newe | booke of cokerye | edited by | Catherine Frances Frere | with notes, introduction and glossary; | together with some account of domestic | life, cookery and feasts in Tudor days, | and of the first owners of the book, | Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury, | and Margaret Parker his wife. | Original title page faces p. clxiv.
Cambridge: W. Heffer and Sons Ltd; [London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co Ltd]; 1913
21.0 x 13.5 cm Pp [1-2] ad, [i-v] vi-viii [ix] x-clxiv [clxv-clxvi], 1-124 Frontis portrait of Matthew Parker, 1 illus col of original tp in red and black, 1 illus
Bib: A335 B168
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This is a reprint of an undated sixteenth-century cookery book left to Corpus Christi College by Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury, who died in 1575. Pages ix-clxiv are the introduction. The cookery book is reprinted on the recto of pages 3-57 with the editor's notes in red on the facing pages. There is a glossary-index on pages 59-115 and a bibliography on pages 117-124.