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Publisher: London: Maclaren & Sons Ltd, 1937.:
Seller ID: 41434
2nd edition revised. "In bakery prctice there are hundreds of little items which one must know and remember in order to be successful. Many things are done mechanically by the majority of workers without knowing why they do them...The questions answered here are selected from a list of questions which were put to me by young men receiving instruction at school or in the bakery, together with one or two other questions which occured to me as being of general interest to all enthusiastic confectioners, young and old." Questions include: "Why is cream of tartar or lemon juice added ... View more info
By: ALLISON, Sonia.
Publisher: London: David & Charles, 1981.:
Seller ID: 11235
1st ed. Unusual and highly practical recipes. 24.6cms. x 19cms. Pp. 136, 10 coloured & 15 b/w illustns. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, illustd. d/w. VG/VG. View more info
Publisher: London: IMP Limited, 1998.:
Seller ID: 16898
1st ed. "Explore the many different ways you can take a pan, a chicken and a few extra ingredients and turn them into a real feast." 20.7cms. x 17cms. Pp.64, colour illustrations throughout. Illustrated laminated boards. VG. View more info
By: BAINES, Maud.
Publisher: Manchester: The Vegetarian Society, 1932.:
Seller ID: 42777
2nd edition. 110 Recipes. 24 Salad Combinations. Why Flesh Meat is Not Desirable, Simple Rules for Health, A Salad a Day, How to Cook Vegetables Conservatively, etc. Pp.64, a few light marginal spots. Paperback, covers dusty with crease and tear to lower front corner. Good. View more info
Publisher: London: Maclaren & Sons Ltd, 1950.:
Seller ID: 42824
"Described as a competitor's guide to prize winning, it is comprehensive and well illustrated. There are included a number of photographs selected from "Manna" by the same author and chosen for their excellence in showing the best methods of manipulation and loaves that have won the big prizes in the past. Particular attention has been paid to plaited breads and full working diagrams for this type of bread are included." Pp.119, 75 black & white photo figure illustrations, erratum slip pasted to reverse of contents page. Red cloth, dustwrapper rubbed with edge creases and wear and small edge ... View more info
By: BARKER, Alex.
Publisher: London: Woodhead-Faulkner Ltd., 1986.:
Seller ID: 16900
1st ed. Recipes for slimmers. 22cms. x 14.2cms. Pp. 80, colour illustrations throughout. Illustrated laminated boards. VG. View more info
Seller ID: 22920
1st ed.Aphrodisiac recipes. Pp14/192,b/w frontis. + 1 further b/w photo plate, two-tone illustrations to each chapter by Bruce Roberts, owners details to fep, minor marginal marks to two pages of the introduction. Red cloth, slightly rubbed. G+. View more info
By: BON VIVEUR.
Publisher: London: Frederick Muller Ltd., 1961.:
Seller ID: 23726
4th imp. "It is designed for those who know little or nothing but who desire to know more." 19.cms. x 13cms. Pp. 96, line drawings to chapter headings, map to front endpaper. Maroon cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w chipped. VG/G+. View more info
By: BON VIVEUR.
Publisher: London: Arlington Books, 1973.:
Seller ID: 16396
1st ed. "At this time of rising prices this small but comprehensive cook book, covering soup, fish, egg and cheese dishes, main course dishes, vegetable and hot and cold puddings, is specially devised to provide literally Modest but Delicious meals." Pp. 85. P/b. minor marks to covers. G+. View more info
Publisher: London: The Daily Telegraph. 1982.:
Seller ID: 21864
"A collection of recipes taken from columns of the paper which have been chosen for their variety and convenience. Some are for that special occasion where a little extra trouble is required while others are those family favourites which can be prepared at short notice". Pp 223. P/b, slight scuffing to spine and cover. Illustrated cover. G+. View more info
By: BOWEN, Carol.
Publisher: Cambridge: Woodhead Faulkner Ltd., 1986.:
Seller ID: 16479
1st ed. Recipes using a food processor. 22cms. x 14.2 cms. Pp. 79/1Index, colour illustrations throughout. Illustrated laminated boards. VG. View more info
Publisher: London: Whitbread & Co.,1953.:
Seller ID: 17355
"In which are defined some of the many expressions - serious, comic, colloquial - that have been used by the farmer and the brewer, on both sides of the bar and in the home, during the long and interesting history of this country's traditional drink." Pp.37,occasional illustrations by Derrick Harris throughout, spotting to endpapers. Illustrated boards, matching d/w has edge tears with small losses. G+/G. View more info
Publisher: Carlisle: Privately published, nd.:
Seller ID: 42681
All recipes tested or served by the Prior's Kitchen Restaurant at Carlisle Cathedral. Includes recipes for soups and starters, main courses and salads, desserts, breads, cakes and biscuits, and a Roman section. Pp.34. Stiff laminated card covers with plastic ring binding. VG. View more info
By: CARRIER, Robert.
Publisher: London: Pan Books. 1971.:
Seller ID: 24250
1st ed. "Appetizing meals which are fun to prepare, easy to serve, and delicious to eat". 12.5cms x 13.5cms. Pp 48, some colour and b/w illustrations. P/b, crease to front cover, illustrated cover. G+. View more info
Publisher: Bedford: Woodlands 2, 1977.:
Seller ID: 16402
"This book contains eighteen easy yeast recipes all based on three simple Key Recipes-Hasty Brown Bread, White Bread and Bun Bread." Pp. 28, illustrations throughout book. P/b, ring binding. G+. View more info
Publisher: London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1962.:
Seller ID: 28629
Rep. "The aim, as its title implies, is to suggest ideas about meals for special occasions and to give help in planning and cooking them." Pp. 9/142, colour frontis, 2 colour plates, 7 photographs & 21 diagrams, owner's name to fep, old tape marks to endpapers. Green cloth. G+. View more info
Publisher: London: Spectator Publications (Sponsored by Baco Foil),1968.:
Seller ID: 20964
Rep. Sponsored by Baco Foil (Aluminium Foils Ltd) this book promotes the many uses which can be made of cooking foil with enthusiastic recommendation from Fanny and Johnnie Cradock together with many of their recipes. 24.5cms x 25.5cms. Pp.64,colour plates and b/w illustrations throughout, minor light spotting to title page. Illustrated boards( a chicken sitting on foil), edges rubbed. Scarce. G+. View more info
By: CRADOCK, Fanny.
Publisher: London: BBC Publications, 1967. 0:
Seller ID: 37480
2nd printing. Published in association with five television programmes first broadcast on BBC-1. Problem 1: 'Difficult' cakes made easy; Problem 2: How to use up savoury left-overs; Problem 3: How to use up sweet left-overs; Problem 4: Meat cuts with a difference; Problem 5: The easy use of gelatine. 16 page booklet with 4 diagrams. Grey card covers with orange and white late-1960's stylised illustrations. VG. View more info
Publisher: London: The British Electrical Development Association Inc., 1937.:
Seller ID: 45097
1st edition. "To obtain good results in the kitchen, methods should be simple, instructions should be definite, and guesswork should be eliminated. Then, given an up-to-date electric cooker, all your culinary problems willl quickly vanish. The shortest way to a good table is 'The Electric Way'." Pp.288/8 blank pages for 'notes', sepia portrait photo frontispiece + occasional further sepia photographs, slight tooning to pages, small rust spots to lower front endpapers. Grey/silver illustrated boards, mark to centre of spine. G+. View more info