Warne's Model Cookery with Complete Instructions in Household Management and Recipes for Breakfast Dishes. Bread, Biscuits, etc. Fish and Soups. Sauces and Gravies. Beef, Mutton. Lamb, Venison. Veal, Pork. Poultry and Game. Made Dishes and Entrées. Meat and Fish Pies, etc. Vegetables. Potting and Collaring. Pastry and Puddings. Soufflés and Omelets. Creams and Jellies. Relishes, Custard. Ices and Cakes. Dessert. Preserves and Pickles. Butter and Cheese. Wines, Drinks, and Ale. Cookery for the Sick. Bills of Fare. Duties of Servants, etc. Compiled and edited by Mary Jewry.

London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, [circa 1900].

Thick octavo (20.5 x 16 cm.), vi, 728, [2] pages. Index. Advertisements. Illustrated with six chromolithographic plates, and engravings in the text. Main text in double columns. Undated later printing of a popular Victorian cookbook, modeled largely after Mrs. Beeton's famous work. The original publication, in a much smaller format, was issued in 1868. Bound in original red cloth, gilt, with decorated boards. Some sunning to red cloth at spine; a bit of light soil and edgewear. Near very good. [Bitting, page 246 (undated, and a much smaller work of just 156 pages); not in Cagle or Driver].

Price: $120.00