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Modern cookery in all its branches: embracing a series of plain and simple instructions to private families and others, for the careful and judicious preparation of every variety of food as drawn from practical observation and experience.  With directions for setting out and ornamenting the table, carving, relative duties of mistress and maid, etc, etc. Preview this item
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Modern cookery in all its branches: embracing a series of plain and simple instructions to private families and others, for the careful and judicious preparation of every variety of food as drawn from practical observation and experience. With directions for setting out and ornamenting the table, carving, relative duties of mistress and maid, etc, etc.

Author: Eliza Acton; Sarah Josepha Buell Hale
Publisher: Philadelphia, J. E. Potter [1860]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eliza Acton; Sarah Josepha Buell Hale
OCLC Number: 63365753
Description: 21-418 p. illus. 19 cm.
Responsibility: The whole carefully revised by S. J. Hale.

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