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Price, Elizabeth. The new book of cookery; or, Every woman a perfect cook: Containing the greatest variety of approved receipts in all the branches of cookery and confectionary, viz. boiling, roasting, broiling, frying, stewing, hashing, baking, fricassees, ragouts, made-dishes, soups and sauces, puddings, pies and tarts, cakes, custards, cheesecakes, creams, syllabus, jellies, pickling, preserving, candying, drying, potting, collaring, English wines, &c. &c. &c. To which are added, the best instructions for marketing, and sundry, modern bills of fare; also directions for clear starching, and the ladies’ toilet, or, art of preserving and improving beauty: likewise a collection of physical receipts for families, &c. The whole calculated to assist the prudent housewife and her servants, in furnishing the cheapest and most elegant set of dishes in the various departments of cookery, and to instruct ladies in many other particulars of great importance too numerous to mention in this title page. By Mrs. Eliz. Price, of Berkeley-Square, assisted by others who have made the art of cookery their constant study.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 3458, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/3458. Accessed 2024-02-29.

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  author={Price,Elizabeth},
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  title={The new book of cookery; or, Every woman a perfect cook: Containing the greatest variety of approved receipts in all the branches of cookery and confectionary, viz. boiling, roasting, broiling, frying, stewing, hashing, baking, fricassees, ragouts, made-dishes, soups and sauces, puddings, pies and tarts, cakes, custards, cheesecakes, creams, syllabus, jellies, pickling, preserving, candying, drying, potting, collaring, English wines, &c. &c. &c. To which are added, the best instructions for marketing, and sundry, modern bills of fare; also directions for clear starching, and the ladies’ toilet, or, art of preserving and improving beauty: likewise a collection of physical receipts for families, &c. The whole calculated to assist the prudent housewife and her servants, in furnishing the cheapest and most elegant set of dishes in the various departments of cookery, and to instruct ladies in many other particulars of great importance too numerous to mention in this title page. By Mrs. Eliz. Price, of Berkeley-Square, assisted by others who have made the art of cookery their constant study.},
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