by printed for George Copperthwaite; T. Wilson, and C. Etherington, in York; sold also by Mr. B. Dod, London in Leedes .
Written in English
|Other titles||English housewifery|
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7346, no. 09.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
English Housewifry: Exemplified in Above Four Hundred and Fifty Receipts Giving Directions in Most Parts of Cookery with an Appendix Containing Upwards of Sixty Receipts - Ebook written by Author: Elizabeth Moxon. Nov 01, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. English housewifry, exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery. With an appendix [entitled] English housewifry improved, (collected by a person of judgment. English HOUSEWIFRY EXEMPLIFIED In above FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY RECEIPTS, Giving DIRECTIONS in most PARTS of COOKERY; And how to prepare various SORTS of SOOPS, CAKES, MADE-DISHES, CREAMS, PASTES, JELLIES, PICKLES, MADE-WINES, etc.
English Housewifery Exemplified by Elizabeth Moxon Part 1 out of 4. redleaf-photography.com homepage; Index of English Housewifery Exemplified; Next part (2) Produced by David Starner, Beth Trapaga and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. Scans from Biblioteca de la Universitat de Barcelona _ENGLISH_ HOUSEWIFRY EXEMPLIFIED In above FOUR HUNDRED AND. English Housewifery Exemplified Page 01 Elizabeth Moxon ENGLISH HOUSEWIFRY EXEMPLIFIED In above FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY RECIPES, Giving DIRECTIONS in most PARTS of COOKERY; And how to prepare various SORTS of SOOPS, CAKES, MADE-DISHES, CREAMS, PASTES, JELLIES, PICKLES, MADE-WINES, &c. English Housewifry was published in Leeds in by James Lister, owner of the Leeds Mercury newspaper. It sold well, and from the second edition in it was marketed in London as well as Yorkshire, and was probably the first cookery book with provincial origins to make the move to the capital. The English Bread Book() By Eliza Acton Acton, born in Sussex, was one of the first writers to give complete lists of ingredients and their quantities and described her method as being 'reduced to a system of easy practice'.
The writing is in Early Modern English (with, As a result, his knowledge is very practical – although in many cases, his book is a conglomeration of the writings of other authors, he applied his organizational skills and real world experience about how things actually work/5. Nov 14, · English Housewifry Exemplified () by Elizabeth Moxon. THE CLASSIC COOK'S HISTORIC RECIPES. Thanks for Sharing! You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed redleaf-photography.com: Revenant. List of women cookbook writers Jump to navigation (born ), jurnalist, gastronom, food critic, cookbook writer, publisher, author of many culinary books and studies about history of gastronomie and Elizabeth Moxon (fl. –), pioneering cookbook writer, author of the influential English Housewifry; Stasha Palos (born. English Housewifery, by Elizabeth Moxon. English Housewifry. 1. To make Vermicelly Soop. Take a neck of beef, or any other piece; cut off some slices, and fry them with butter ‘till they are very brown; wash your pan out every time with a little of the gravy; you may broil a few slices of the beef upon a grid-iron: put all together into a pot.