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26.
Italian Food. Drawings by Renato Guttoso.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1958. Octavo, 322, xvi, [2] pages. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION of a modern English cookbook of significance. Italian Food is Elizabeth David’s third book, following A Book of Mediterranean Food and French Country Cooking, and along with these titles is responsible – in part – for revitalizing English cooking after the Second World War, with better techniques and fresher ingredients, and inspiring an interest in the... (Item #2901)
Price: $300.00
Italian Food. Drawings by Renato Guttoso. Elizabeth David.
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“Sketches for bread book Wendy Jones” for “English Bread and Yeast Cookery”.
London: 1977. Three unpublished pen and ink sketches by Wendy Jones on tracing paper pasted to white board, with some use of correction fluid. Contained in a large folder (37 x 29 cm.) titled “Sketches for bread book Wendy Jones”. The bread book is Elizabeth David's English Bread and Yeast. The first board (21.5 x 19 cm.) contains two images: two measuring cups and a kitchen scale. The second board... (Item #3649)
Price: $600.00
“Sketches for bread book Wendy Jones” for “English Bread and Yeast Cookery”. Elizabeth David, Wendy Jones.
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“Sketches for bread book Wendy Jones” for English Bread and Yeast Cookery.
[London: David Allen Lane, 1977]. Large folder (14 x 11”), titled “Sketches for bread book Wendy Jones”, which is David’s English Bread and Yeast. Contains three unpublished pen and ink sketches by Jones on sketching paper pasted to white board, with some use of correction fluid. The first board (8 x 7") contains two images: two measuring cups and a kitchen scale. The second board (5 x 4") contains a.... (Item #3650)
Price: $250.00
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Apician Morsels; or Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: with reflections on the Dietic Productions of Early Writers; on the Customs of the Romans in Eating and Drinking; on Table Ceremonies, and Rules of Conviviality and Good Breeding; with select Epicurean Precepts, Gourmond Maxims and Medicines, &c. &c.
London: Whittaker, Treacher and Co. 1834. Duodecimo, 348 pages. With a frontispiece and one additional plate by Robert Cruikshank. A humorous, but informative look at the history of food. The author's pseudonymous name, "Dick Humelbergius Secundus", is an allusion to Gabriel Hummelberger (Humelbergius), the sixteenth-century annotator of the Roman chef Apicius. Some have attributed this work to the Gothic novelist William Beckford, although Denise Gigante of Stanford suspects the hand... (Item #2195)
Price: $300.00
Apician Morsels; or Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: with reflections on the Dietic Productions of Early Writers; on the Customs of the Romans in Eating and Drinking; on Table Ceremonies, and Rules of Conviviality and Good Breeding; with select Epicurean Precepts, Gourmond Maxims and Medicines, &c. &c. pseudonym Dick Humelbergius Secundus.
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The London Art of Cookery, and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a new plan. Made plain and easy to the understanding of every housekeeper, cook, and servant in the kingdom... The Seventh Edition.
London: J. Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, 1792. Octavo, 467, [5] pages. Illustrated, with twelve engravings of bills of fare, one for each month. Apparently lacking the frontispiece portrait of the author which is recorded for some copies of this printing but not all. The seventh edition of this extremely popular late-eighteenth century cookbook, with recipes considered to be straightforward and useful, despite their being ghostwritten by "the printer and hack... (Item #3670)
Price: $500.00
The London Art of Cookery, and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a new plan. Made plain and easy to the understanding of every housekeeper, cook, and servant in the kingdom... The Seventh Edition. John Farley.
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The London Art of Cookery, and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a new plan. Made plain and easy to the understanding of every housekeeper, cook, and servant in the kingdom... The Seventh Edition.
London: J. Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, 1792. Octavo, vi, [50], 467, [1] pages. Frontispiece portrait of the author, and twelve engravings of bills of fare, one for each month. Seventh edition. An extremely popular late-eighteenth century cookbook, with recipes considered to be straightforward and useful, despite their being ghost written by "the printer and hack Richard Johnson". (Lehmann, The British Housewife, page 79) Interesting sections include, Pickling, Collaring, Potting, Preparation... (Item #4439)
Price: $750.00
The London Art of Cookery, and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a new plan. Made plain and easy to the understanding of every housekeeper, cook, and servant in the kingdom... The Seventh Edition. John Farley.
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Basic Recipes: The Foundations of Modern Cookery.
London: Spring Books, [circa 1950]. Octavo, 209 pages. First edition. Fidler, a cookery expert, educator, editor and housewife, aims to encourage a sound understanding of the basic recipes and methods of cooking. From basic cooking utensils, kitchen lore (weighing and measuring, temperatures, and cookery hints) to basic recipes including soups, sauces, meat and poultry, and pastries, this is a mid-century manual to help the housewife and student of cookery. "It... (Item #3037)
Price: $75.00
Basic Recipes: The Foundations of Modern Cookery. Margaret Sheppard Fidler.
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The Prudent Housewife, or Compleat English Cook; Being the newest Collection of the most genteel and least expensive Recipes in every Branch of Cookery, viz. Going to Market; for Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Hashing, Stewing, Broiling, Baking, and Fricasseeing. Also, for Making Puddings, Custards, Cakes, Cheese Cakes, Pies, Tartsm Ragouts, Soups, Jellies, Syllabubs, &c... Twentieth Edition.
London: Sabine and Son, no. 81 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, [c. 1800]. Octavo, 120 pages. Some woodcut illustrations in the text. Stated twentieth edition. One of the most popular of English eighteenth-century cookbooks. According to the 24th edition of this book, Lydia Fisher was "Late cook and House-keeper to the Duke of Newcastle, Marquis of Rickingham &c. upward of 50 years." The dating of editions of this book is debated... (Item #2193)
Price: $2,000.00
The Prudent Housewife, or Compleat English Cook; Being the newest Collection of the most genteel and least expensive Recipes in every Branch of Cookery, viz. Going to Market; for Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Hashing, Stewing, Broiling, Baking, and Fricasseeing. Also, for Making Puddings, Custards, Cakes, Cheese Cakes, Pies, Tartsm Ragouts, Soups, Jellies, Syllabubs, &c... Twentieth Edition. Lydia Fisher.
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Country House Cooking.
London: Andre Deutsch, 1958. Small octavo, 256 pages. First edition. A collection of recipes assembled the personal collections of from British and Irish country houses. The recipes are attributed and date from the 18th and 19th centuries. A tiny bit of edge soiling, otherwise fine and bright in publisher's yellow cloth, with a price clipped, but otherwise fine dust jacket. (Item #2148)
Price: $50.00
Country House Cooking. Theodora Fitzgibbon.
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The Cook's Guide and Housekeeper's & Butler's Assistant: a practical treatise on English and foreign cookery in all its branches, containing plain instructions for pickling and preserving vegetables, fruits, game, & c, the curing of hams and bacon, the art of confectionery and ice-making, and the arrangement of desserts, with valuable directions for the preparation of proper diet for invalids, also for a variety of wine-cups and epicurean salads, American drinks, and summer beverages.
London: Richard Bentley & Son, New Burlington Street, 1884. [Cover title: Francatelli's Cook's Guide]. Thick octavo (17.5 x 13 cm.), xx, 524 pages. Frontispiece; illustrated in the text. Index. Glossary. Bills of Fare for each month. Stated "fifty-fifth thousand"; originally issued by the same publisher in London, 1861. Charles Elmé Francatelli (1805-1876) was "Pupil to the celebrated Careme, and Chief Cook to Her Majesty, Victoria, Queen of England". A distinct... (Item #6837)
Price: $300.00
The Cook's Guide and Housekeeper's & Butler's Assistant: a practical treatise on English and foreign cookery in all its branches, containing plain instructions for pickling and preserving vegetables, fruits, game, & c, the curing of hams and bacon, the art of confectionery and ice-making, and the arrangement of desserts, with valuable directions for the preparation of proper diet for invalids, also for a variety of wine-cups and epicurean salads, American drinks, and summer beverages. Charles Elmé Francatelli.
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Francatelli's New Cook Book. Francateli's Modern Book. A practical guide to the culinary art in all its branches. Comprising, in addition to English cookery, the most approved and recherché systems of French, Italian, and German cookery. Adapted for the use of all families, large or small, as well as for hotels, restaurants, cooks, cake bakers, clubs, and boarding houses in fact for all places wherever cooking is required ... With sixty-two illustrations of various dishes and a glossary to the whole work. Reprinted from the 26th London edition, with large additions, and carefully revised.
Philadelphia: David McKay, Publisher, 604-8 South Washington Square, [circa 1895]. Thick quarto (23 x 16 cm.), [1], 19-592 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Index. A reprinting of the edition issued by Philadelphia's by T.B. Peterson & Bros. in 1882, which was based on the 26th London edition. The original was published in London in 1846 under the title, The Modern Cook. The first American edition was published the same... (Item #6836)
Price: $350.00
Francatelli's New Cook Book. Francateli's Modern Book. A practical guide to the culinary art in all its branches. Comprising, in addition to English cookery, the most approved and recherché systems of French, Italian, and German cookery. Adapted for the use of all families, large or small, as well as for hotels, restaurants, cooks, cake bakers, clubs, and boarding houses in fact for all places wherever cooking is required ... With sixty-two illustrations of various dishes and a glossary to the whole work. Reprinted from the 26th London edition, with large additions, and carefully revised. Charles Elmé Francatelli.
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The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy, by a Lady.
London: printed for the author, 1748. Octavo, iv+[28]+330 pages. Third edition of the most successful and influential English cookbook of the eighteenth century. Hannah Glasse (1708-1770) was the wife of an attorney and the mother of eight children, and she published the first edition of her Art of Cookery -- a work she boasted "far exceeds any Thing of the Kind ever yet published" -- in 1747. It went through... (Item #2419)
Price: $2,500.00
The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy, by a Lady. Hannah Glasse.
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First Catch Your Hare... The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy.
Devon, England: Prospect Books, 1995. Quarto, 218 pages. Glossary. Index. Later printing of the Prospect Books facsimile edition (1983), of the original 1747 edition. The Art of Cookery was the most successful and influential English cookbook of the eighteenth century. Hannah Glasse (1708-1770) was the wife of an attorney and the mother of eight children, and she published the first edition of her Art of Cookery -- a work she... (Item #3677)
Price: $100.00
First Catch Your Hare... The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy. Hannah Glasse, By a. Lady.
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First Catch Your Hare... The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy.
Devon, England: Prospect Books, 1983. Quarto, 218 pages. Glossary. Index. List of subscribers. First printing of the Prospect Books facsimile of the original 1747 edition. The Art of Cookery was the most successful and influential English cookbook of the eighteenth century. Hannah Glasse (1708-1770) was the wife of an attorney and the mother of eight children, and she published the first edition of her Art of Cookery -- a work... (Item #3678)
Price: $150.00
First Catch Your Hare... The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy. Hannah Glasse, By a. Lady.
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Good Things Made, Said and Done, for Every Home & Household.
Leeds: Goodall, Backhouse & Co. 1885. Duodecimo, 104 pages. Nineteenth edition. Illustrated. A delightful small cookbook from the makers of powders and jellies, including Goodall's Blancmange Powder, and Goodall's Calf's Foot Jelly. Each page is framed and ringed in proverbs and sayings, and the tiny illustrations are quite sweet. Previous owner's bookplate tipped to front hinge, otherwise very good to fine in black and gilt-decorated blue cloth boards. (Item #2767)
Price: $90.00
Good Things Made, Said and Done, for Every Home & Household. Backhouse Goodall, Co.
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Inside the Pub.
London: Architectural Press, 1950. Octavo, 138 pages. Illustrated. First edition. Very good in publisher's cloth, in a lightly chipped dust jacket with a handsome image of a pub interior. (Item #2503)
Price: $100.00
Inside the Pub. Maurice Gorham, H. McG. Dunnett.
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London and Fashionable Resorts. A Complete Guide to the Places of Amusement, Objects of Interest, Parks, Clubs, Markets, Docks, Leading Hotels and also a Directory, in a concise form, of First-class Reliable Houses in the Various Branches of Trade.
London: J. P. Segg & Co. 1890. Quarto, 240 pages. First edition. Elaborately designed and printed golden age travel guidebook, The text, printed in lavender, within decorative neo-classical golden borders, with many illustrations of many destinations of London and fashionable resorts. Attractively printed trade card for Bollinger's Champagne pasted-down to the front endpaper. All edges gilt. In soiled and worn blue and gilt-stamped red, beveled cloth. Front hinge repaired. Rear... (Item #4049)
Price: $900.00
London and Fashionable Resorts. A Complete Guide to the Places of Amusement, Objects of Interest, Parks, Clubs, Markets, Docks, Leading Hotels and also a Directory, in a concise form, of First-class Reliable Houses in the Various Branches of Trade. Grand Tour.
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Plats du Jour. Illustrated by David Gentleman. [Cover title: Plats du Jour, or Foreign Food. A Penguin Handbook].
Harmondworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books Ltd. 1957. Mass market paperback (18 x 11.5 cm.), 299, [5] pages. Index. Illustrated. FIRST EDITION. The classic first book from Patience Gray, better known for Honey From a Weed (London: 1986), her classic book of life and food in Spain, Italy and Greece. Plats du Jour "contains a collection of recipes, mainly French or Italian, for dishes which can be served with no further sequel... (Item #6844)
Price: $100.00
Plats du Jour. Illustrated by David Gentleman. [Cover title: Plats du Jour, or Foreign Food. A Penguin Handbook]. Patience Gray, Primrose Boyd, David Gentleman.
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Recipes from the Peak District. A new collection.
Brampton, Chesterfield: Grayson Publications, 1976. Octavo, 62 pages. Illustrated. First edition. A small regional cookbook from England's north and central Peaks District. Very good in printed wrappers. (Item #2963)
Price: $18.00
Recipes from the Peak District. A new collection. Peter Grayson.
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Mrs Groundes-Peace's Old Cookery Notebook.
London: The International Wine and Food Publishing Company, Rainbird Reference Books, 1971. Octavo, 127 pages. First edition. Illustrated with engravings throughout. This book was edited by Robin Howe after the untimely death of food researcher Zara Groundes-Peace. It includes British "old cookery lore, household recipes, advice on the choice of kitchen implements, and on dining etiquette". Rust-colored cloth, with illustrated dust jacket in attached mylar protector. Corner of jacket is... (Item #3394)
Price: $25.00
Mrs Groundes-Peace's Old Cookery Notebook. Zara Groundes-Peace.
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Mrs Groundes-Peace's Old Cookery Notebook.
London: The Cookery Book Club, Rainbird Reference Books, 1971. Octavo, 127 pages. Book club printing. Illustrated with engravings throughout. This book was edited by Robin Howe after the untimely death of food researcher Zara Groundes-Peace. It includes British "old cookery lore, household recipes, advice on the choice of kitchen implements, and on dining etiquette". Rust colored cloth, with illustrated dust jacket. near very good. (Item #3433)
Price: $30.00
Mrs Groundes-Peace's Old Cookery Notebook. Zara Groundes-Peace.
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Mrs. Groundes-Peace's Old Cookery Notebook.
London: The International Wine and Food Publishing Company/David & Charles, 1971. Octavo, 127 pages. First edition. Illustrated with engravings throughout. This book was edited by Robin Howe after the untimely death of food researcher Zara Groundes-Peace. It includes British "old cookery lore, household recipes, advice on the choice of kitchen implements, and on dining etiquette". Rust colored cloth, with illustrated dust jacket in attached mylar protector (all copies we have... (Item #3432)
Price: $35.00
Mrs. Groundes-Peace's Old Cookery Notebook. Zara Groundes-Peace.
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Modern Domestic Cookery, And useful Receipt Book, adapted for Families in the Middling and Gentel Ranks of Life, with a Complete Family Physician. Instructions for Making British Wines, Brewing, Baking, &c.,&c.
London: Dean & Munday, 1820. Duodecimo, iv + 288 pages. Illustrated frontispiece and four engraved plates. Third edition, probable second printing. The book sports two title pages, one dated 1819 and one 1820, which leads us to presume that the printer just added the 1820 title page without removing the former. A fairly popular work that Oxford indicates had at least nine editions. Includes some interesting medical remedies, including this... (Item #2189)
Price: $350.00
Modern Domestic Cookery, And useful Receipt Book, adapted for Families in the Middling and Gentel Ranks of Life, with a Complete Family Physician. Instructions for Making British Wines, Brewing, Baking, &c.,&c. Elizabeth Hammond.
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Mary Harrison's Guide to Modern Cookery. With a preface by the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. New Edition.
London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company, n.d. c. 1890s. Octavo, 484 +viii [ads]. Later printing of the original 1891 first edition. Undated but prior to 1900, according to Driver. In original glit-titled blue cloth, with red morocco spine professionally rebacked. Endpapers repaired at hinges, likely when the book was rebacked, otherwise internally clean and tight, and overall very good. [not in Cagle; Driver 476.2; Bitting page 216 (later edition)]. (Item #2668)
Price: $150.00
Mary Harrison's Guide to Modern Cookery. With a preface by the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. New Edition. Mary Harrison.
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The Housekeeper's Instructor, or, Universal family cook :being a full and clear display of the art of cookery in all its branches ... to which is added, the complete art of carving ... The Seventeenth Edition. Corrected, revised, and considerably improved, by every modern addition and variation in the Art, by Jacob Christopher Schnebbelie.
London: Printed for Thomas Kelly, 17, Paternoster-Row, [1823]. Octavo (21.5 x 14 cm.), 464 pages. Index. Lacking the frontispiece portrait of Schnebbelie. Engraved title featuring a cornucopic table. Illustrated with eleven plates, mostly carving instructions and menus. Stated seventeenth edition. While Andre Simon claimed this was "probably the most popular cookery book in England during the last decade of the eighteenth century" (BG, page 81), Maclean pushes back on this... (Item #5325)
Price: $350.00

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