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4021. Beeton, Mrs: Mrs. Beeton's Every-Day Cookery

London: Ward, Lock & Co, 1909 "New Edition". 752 + vi pp, with advertisements on endpapers. 20.5 x 13.5 cm, in carefully-preserved original boards with new gold-blocked cloth spine. 67 full-page illustrations, and 16 plates in colour. The ultimate cookery book. 20.00

368. Black, Mrs: Superior Cookery Recipes.

Glasgow: West End School of Cookery n.d. c.1900. 22.5 by 14 cms. 31+31 pp. originally paper covered the book has been professionally recased in burgundy cloth with new endpapers. Like so many cook books there is some staining and the first contents page has an ink blotting effect. Otherwise good for its age 25.00

13660. Coeliac: Gluten-free Food & Drink Directory.

High Wycombe: Coeliac, 2008. 360 pp. 15 x 10.5 cm. Good condition. 10.00

12113. De Salis, Mrs: Entrees A La Mode.

London: Longmans, Green, and Co. Eighth edition 1892. 17.5 by 12 cms. 94 pp. hardback, linen and cloth boards, some edge rubbing and wear to boards, corners bumped, the corner of a page margin has been removed, no loss of text. Internally clean and unmarked. Interesting recipes. When did Delia show us how to prepare Croustade of Larks, Rissoles of Cockscombs and Truffles or Liver Cake? 10.00

14547. Downpatrick Presbyterian Church: Downpatrick Cookery Recipes.

Downpatrick: Downpatrick Presbyterian Church, 1961. Reprint of the 2nd edition. ii + 110 pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Introduction by the Reverend JC Pedlow. A wonderful no-frills cookery book with four or five recipes per page, with contributors' names and addresses. Many recipes are family recipes from the Downpatrick area but there are recipes from as far away as India, Canada, and Venice. Red matt card covers, printed black. 15.00

17305. Keay, Mary F.: The Bangour Collection of Culinary Recipes Proved and Approved.

Broxburn: Printed by A.F. Steel & Son, 1925. 143 pp. 18 x 12 cm. Neutral board covers, printed black, with brown binding strip. Showing a little wear, but otherwise good. The book was published to raise funds for Bangour Memorial Church. Bangour is located in West Lothian, to the west of Broxburn. 20.00

9535. Radiation Ltd: Bottling Fruit the New World Way.

Birmingham: Radiation Ltd 1948. 24 pp. coloured light card covers, in very good condition. Produced by the manufacturer of New World Gas Cookers. 5.00

17554. The Domestic Economy Training College, Belfast: The Magazine of the Domestic Economy Training College, Belfast No 1 and No 2.

Belfast: The Domestic Economy Training College, Belfast, June 1933 and June 1934. 25 x 19 cm. No. 1 18 pp. and No. 2 18 pp. Printed matt card covers. In very good condition. 20.00

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