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Margaretta Acworth's Georgian Cookery Book

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Hand-written and with idiosyncratic spelling, Margaretta Acworth's 'book of receipts' is a uniquely personal document--the practical day-to-day cookery book of a London housewife of two hundred years ago. [From the inside flap of the book.]
Hardcover, 159 pages
Published February 1988 by Pavilion - Michael Joseph
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Patricia Burroughs
With photographs and some of the originally spelled and written recipes, this book is an excellent resource. Forcemeat, pigeons in scallop shells, buttered crabs and plum cakes. For a writer, this was a great reference tool.
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