2 edition of how and why of cookery. found in the catalog.
how and why of cookery.
Nancy May Haselgrove
Written in English
|Contributions||Scallon, Kathleen Alice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
The original was published in as The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book and was the first in the country to use standardized measurements, a breakthrough that changed how all recipes are written. Marion Cunningham’s revision for the modern era, however, is the version that most people cherish and continue to use regularly. 44 ACTION COOK BOOK Len Deighton (Jonathan Cape, ) Buy it. Classic cookery "strips" from the Observer, Deighton is still the person Rachel Cooke turns to for sauces. If your bearnaise is.
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One of the most successful and popular cookbooks of all time was produced in the U.S. inwhen Fannie Merritt Farmer took on the editorship of The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book.