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The Cookery Book of Lady Clark of Tillypronie

by Catherine Frances Frere

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250.Transcription of 19th Century ms cookery book. With notes, intro & glossary. Accounts of domestic life, cookery & feasts in Tudor Eng and of the 1st owners of the MS, Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury & Margaret Parker, his wife. From 16 books of notes and manuscripts compiled by Lady Clark during her lifetime of travel and entertaining. an exquisite collection of recipes. Extensive annotation, explanations and glossary, etc. of this very early work on English cookery, the second book in English to be solely concerned with cookery, originally published in 1545 . 1913 edition A Proper Newe Booke of Cokerye. ( )
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