3 edition of [Cookery manuscript of the 17th [sic] century]. found in the catalog.
[Cookery manuscript of the 17th [sic] century].
Written in English
|Contributions||Dolben, Elizabeth, Lady, 1690 or 91-1730., Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||TX705 .C78 1700z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p., bound ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||88209869|
Mother nature provided the bleaching power of the sun. The recipe for whitening cloth from a manuscript cookery book of the late 17th and early 18th century also calls for "blue water," water tinted with indigo to counteract a yellowish tinge in white fabric. Items included. John Heywood. The spider and the flie. London, In the 17th century, the Empire was richer and stronger than any European power, extending across most of the Indian subcontinent and ruling more than million subjects. The Royal Collection’s holdings of Mughal works include 16th-century books of poetry and 17th-century portraits of Mughal courtiers and princesses.
The accomplisht cook, or The art & mystery of cookery. London, M Folger Shakespeare Library. Robert May’s Cookbook For help, I turned to Robert May, whose masterpiece cookbook, published in in his old age, not only chronicled food fashions for most of the seventeenth century, but also influenced cooking for decades to follow. A recipe for roast turkey with sauce, from Modern American Library Special Collections & Archives. Modern cooks have it easy. If our Thanksgiving preparations go awry, we have shelves of books to consult for advice, not to mention Google, or, as a last resort, the Butterball ers of the original 17th century feast would have had to rely on oral traditions and .
Oxford, in his classic work English Cookery Books to the Year , lists fifty-five other books, either devoted to cookery or containing a significant proportion of material thereon, that were first published in the seventeenth century. It is interesting to observe that dur-ing this period certain specialized forms of the cookery book emerged. And on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, in the Afternoon, at his School next to Furnival's Inn in Holburn. And Ladies may be taught at their own Houses." This undated manuscript-type book is from the University of Pennsylvania Library. Book For Receipts () by unknown author. This link opens in PDF. From Virginia Tech collection.
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Medieval Cookery Books for sale at the Bookshop. A collection of lateth & 17th century English recipes & receipts presented in their original language, all transcribed from primary sources.
Illustration: detail from the cover of The Accomplish'd Lady's Delight, Recipe books of Katharine Bruce and Margaret Carnegie in the Fletcher of Saltoun Papers,undated [MSS] Anonymous recipe book in several hands, [MS] Anonymous culinary, household and medical recipe book, 17th century .
Culinary and medical recipe book, 17thth centuries, of 'MIM' [MS]. COOK BOOKS. Collection of 12 manuscript recipe books, 17thth Century, in German, 4to, variously bound (the bindings often worn), comprising: ‘Wie man Biskoten, marcepan, [etc] bereitten soll’, with extensive additions, 17thth C, ownership inscriptions of Maria Rosalie, gräfin von Götzen and Maria Elißabeth Freÿle von Götz; ‘Koch-Buch’ comprising recipes, a neat copy.
Early 18th-century manuscript cookery book, over recipes, original calf binding 'A.S.', compilor. An early 18th-century manuscript cookery / medical book, in a single hand, [England: undated but circa ], 4to, leaves, most with text on recto only, divided into two 'parts': titled 'The first part ffor Wines & pre- /serves distilling & Salves &c.
15th Century Medieval Cookery, Volume 1: Recipes from Miscellaneous Manuscripts $ many of them published in the 17th century.
From the introduction: “The recipes in this book have been drawn from a number of manuscripts from the 15th century and are based on transcriptions published by the Early English Text Society. For. Wellcome Collection. 17th century manuscripts of English receipt books.
search recipes, cooking, online Szathmary Culinary Manuscripts and Cookbooks U of Iowa. Szathmary Culinary Manuscripts and Cookbooks digital collection. Pegge, Samuel. The Forme of Cury. Domestic medicine and receipt books – 16th & 17th century (A&M) Further information about the materials mentioned below can be found on the Archives and Manuscripts Online Catalogue Digital versions of all the 17th century manuscripts in this source guide are accessible via the Archives and Manuscripts Online Catalogue.
A Renaissance Cookery Book. Recipes & additional text from the 16th century culinary manuscript, A Propre new booke of Cokery ().Included with the 49 original receipts are our translations & contemporary redactions. These three books by François Pierre de la Varenne (c. ), who was chef to the Marquis d'Uxelles, are the most important French cookery books of the seventeenth century.
It was the first French cookery book of any substance since Le Viandier almost years before, and it ran to thirty editions in 75 years. The manuscripts date from the 15th century to the 19th century. Of the 17 manuscripts, 15 are English, one American and one Mexican. In addition to cookery recipes most of the manuscripts also contain medicinal recipes and remedies, as well as mixtures for.
A late18th & early 19th Century manuscript book of cookery, medical, and household receipts. cookery receipts closely written on pages 8vo, together with, at end, 94 medical and household receipts on pages. 8vo (8 x 5 1/2 inches) contemporary half calf, marbled boards; rubbed, one leaf detached, but very Rating: % positive.
Medicinal and cookery recipes [manuscript]. EXPORT. Pharmaceutical and cookery recipes [manuscript]. EXPORT. A cookbook or cookery book is a kitchen reference containing recipes. Cookbooks may be general, or may specialize in a particular cuisine or category of food.
Recipes in cookbooks are organized in various ways: by course (appetizer, first course, main course, dessert), by main ingredient, by cooking technique, alphabetically, by region or country, and so on.
At some point in the eighteenth century the tansy recipes are renamed ‘tansy puddings’. Although tansies are usually prepared in a pan, over a fire, the Scottish Elizabeth Cleland in A New and Easy Method of Cookery in also gives a recipe for a ‘plain tansy’ cooked in the dripping pan under roasting meat, just like dripping puddings.
Scope/Content: : Manuscript cookbook containing cookery and medical recipes, as well as some accounts for Hanley Castle, Worcestershire in Written in several different hands dating from the s to the late 18th century, this volume seems to have circulated amongst members of the Hornyold family of Blackmore Park in the parish of Hanley Castle.
and several 17th century works by Hannah Woolley, the first female cookbook author. There are also a number of 18th century cookery manuscripts.
One of the highlights of the collection is a first edition, second printing of American Cookery () by Amelia. Binding: Contemporary (late 17th-century) parchment.
Origin: Written in England, in the late 17th and early 18th century, based on script and binding style (Nicosia) and dates in the manuscript (, p. 74;inside upper cover). Penn Provenance: Sold by Robert H. Rubin Books (Brookline, Mass.), Publications about.
Indeed a particular 18th century volume (in the National Library of Scotland) entitled ‘Physick and Cookery of various Kinds’ compiled by Martha Bruce, Countess of Elgin, contains contributions from eminent individuals including Dr Herman Boerhaave’s cure for Chilblains and Asthma and remedies from Dr Ratcliffe, Physician to Queen Anne.
The Nestlé Library of Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration holds a large collection of modern books on cooking, food and wine.; Cornell’s Albert R. Mann Library has extensive circulating book collections on agriculture, food science, wine, grapes, and nutrition.
“Song of the Vine: A History of Wine” celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Wine and Grape Archive in with. Manuscript cookery book [manuscript] 17 th century (late) V.a Manuscript cookery book [manuscript] 17 th century (late) - 18 th century (early) V.a Shirley, Dorothy,compiler: Receipt book [manuscript] (approximately) V.a Receipt book [manuscript] 18th century (approximately) LUNA Digital Images.This book presents us with "Martha Washington's Booke of Cookery and Booke of Sweetmeats being a Family Manuscript, curiously copied by an unknown Hand sometime in the seventeenth century, which was in her Keeping fromthe time of her Marriage to Daniel Custis, toat which time she gave it to Eleanor Parke Custis, her granddaughter.Scope/Content: 17th-century manuscript cookery and medical remedy book written in several different hands.
The text is written from both ends and the front and rear paste-downs include the inscriptions "The First Part" and "The Second Part" respectively. The "first" part includes a long series of mixed medicinal and culinary recipes, followed by a second sequence (with an index) of culinary.