Cookery Made Easy; or the Most Plain and Practical Directions for Properly Cooking and Serving-up All Sorts of Provisions, from a Single Joint of Meat with Vegetables to the most Exquisitely Seasoned Dishes of Poultry, Fish and Game, Every Necessary Direction being Clearly Described in the Most Exact and Accurate Manner.

London: Published by Dean and Munday, Threadneedle-Street, circa 1840.

Duodecimo, iv, 164 pages. Frontispiece engraving illustrating the "Art of Trussing". Second, improved edition. The "whole written entirely from practice, and combining gentility with economy by a Lady." Three handwritten recipes to rear blanks, two for puddings and one Remedy for Toothache. Near very good, in gilt-titled, limp green cloth. [OCLC locates just three copies of this second edition (none of the first), one in the US (Iowa); not in Cagle].

Price: $200.00
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