Published January 1, 1997
by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
The Experienced English Housekeeper, A Foods of England online text. For more see Cookbooks TITLE: The Experienced English Housekeeper AUTHOR: Elizabeth Raffald PUBLISHER: DATE: THIS VERSION: Based on the online edition at , digitized by Google from a book in the collection of Harvard University. This is an Optical Character . Born in Doncaster, Raffald worked for 15 years as housekeeper in great houses, including that of Lady Elisabeth Warburton at Arley Hall, Cheshire, before setting up as a confectioner and innkeeper in Manchester. The Experienced English Housekeeper was published in and ran to 13 editions. Manchester: Printed by J. Harrop for the author, Octavo, iv+ + xii pages. Two engraved folding plates of table settings. First edition. One of the most celebrated and popular of 18th century cookery books, placing the author in the same sphere as Hannah Glasse. In addition to her position as housekeeper to Lady Warburton, Raffald operated the Bull's Head Pub in Author: Elizabeth Raffald. Appears in 19 books from Page - Hour at least, and mix them with your Cake, then put in your Flour, Mace and Nutmeg, keep beating it well 'till your Oven is ready, The Experienced English House-keeper: For the Use and Ease of Ladies, House-keepers, Cooks, &c.: Wrote Purely from Practice and Dedicated to the Hon. Lady.
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