5 edition of The Ocklye cookery book found in the catalog.
Preface signed: Eleanor L. Jenkinson.
|Statement||by a lady and her cook.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Despite its title, most of the text consisted of recipes, such that another popular name for. The Ocklye cookery book: a book of recipes by a lady, and her cook (containing wholesome and economical dishes).
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by Tait, Peter Guthrie, This classic custard inherits its' delicate flavor from the simple mixture of cream and eggs. Traditional creme brulee does not use any additional flavorings such as vanilla. This is an old creme brulee recipe that dates back to It was taken from The Ocklye Cookery Book by Eleanor L.
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