1 edition of The cookmaid"s complete guide, and the art of cookery made easy found in the catalog.
|Statement||by a lady|
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|Pagination||xxxiv, 174 p ;|
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CHAPTER 1. The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy. I. Believe I have attempted a branch of Cookery which nobody has yet thought worth their while to write upon: but as I have both seen, and found by experience, that the generality of Servants are greatly wanting in that point, I therefore have taken upon me to instruct them in the best manner I am capable; and, I dare say, that every Servant 5/5(1). They went on to open the Ritz Hotel in Paris and the Carlton Hotel in Haymarket, London, and Escoffier published the first edition of Le Guide Culinaire in He retired at the age of seventy-three, but remained involved with each new French edition of the book /5().
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With instructions for steaming; and the most exact directions ever given for properly preparing to cook, for cleanly and nicely cooking and genteely serving-up, all kinds of provisions.
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It was the dominant reference for home cooks in much. If you enjoy reading historical cookbooks, you'll like reading The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy by Hannah Glasse. Glasses cookbook reminded me a lot of the old Fannie Farmer cookbooks when it comes to style.
As to being able to use this cookbook in modern cooking: You might be able to update some of the recipes to use in modern cooking/5.
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by Mollard, John. Publication date Topics Cookery, English, cbk Publisher London, Longman Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language English.
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Auguste Escoffier (–) was a French chef considered to be the father of haute of his culinary technique was a simplified and modernized version of Marie-Antoine Carême's elaborate style. Escoffier's text Le Guide Culinaire is still used as both a cookbook and a textbook helped codify the five fundamental "mother sauces" of French cuisine: béchamel Cited by: 1.
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An elaborate cookery book from the nineteenth century which was originally written to refine the meals of the English upper classes. \\"The preceding hints and subsequent directions, it is hoped, will prove fully adequate to perfection in cookery; the work being entirely divested of the many Author: John Mollard.The Art of Cookery, written by Hannah Glasse, was published in It was a best seller for over a hundred years, and made Glasse one of the best-known cookery writers of the eighteenth century.
As Glasse explains in the preface, the book was intended to be an instruction manual for servants - 'the lower sort' as she called them.