The Housekeeper's Instructor
Or, Universal Family Cook. Being An Ample and Clear Display of the Art of Cookery In All Its Various Branches. Containing Proper Directions for Dressing All Kinds of Butcher's Meat, Poultry, Game, Fish, &c. Also, The Method of Preparing Soups, Hashes, and Made Dishes; With The Whole Art of Confectionary, Pickling, Preserving, &c. Likewise The Making and Keeping in Persection British Wines; And Proper Rules For Brewing Malt Liquor, As Well for Family Consumption as the Regale of Private Visitants. To Which IS Added, The Complete Art of Carving, Illustrated With Engravings, Explaining, by Proper References, the Manner in Which the Young Practitioner May Acquit Himself at Table With Elegance and Ease. Also, Bills of Fare for Every Month in the Year; With Copper-Plates, Displaying The Best Manner of Decorating A Table; Whereby Every Person Will Be Enabled to Add to the Art of Cookery the Proper Disposition of Each Article in Its Respective Season. Together With Directions for Marketing, and the Management of the Kitchen and Fruit-garden. The Whole Formed on So New A Plan, That the Inexperienced Will Be Instructed, and the Professed Cook Receive That Information Which Has Never Been Made Known by Any Preceding Publication. By William Augustus Henderson, Who Has Made the Culinary Art His Study for Upwards of Forty YearseBook - 1790?
Publisher: London : printed and sold by W. and J. Stratford, Holborn-Hill, [1790?]
Characteristics: 456,p.,plates ; 80