Cooking -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Professed cookery : Containing boiling, roasting, pastry, preserving, potting, pickling, made-wines, gellies, and part of confectionaries. with an essay upon the lady's art of cookery. Together with a plan of house-keeping. By Ann Cook, teacher of the true art of cookery.
Cooking -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The ladies best companion : or, A Golden Treasure for the Fair Sex. Containing the whole arts of Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Potting, Pickling, Preserving, Candying, Collaring, Brewing, &c. With plain Instructions for making English Wines, from Fruits, Flowers, &c. To which is added The art of preserving Beauty. Containing the best and easiest Methods of preparing and making Washes, Essences, and Perfumes, &c. for the Hands, Neck, Face and Hair, in such a Manner as in a great Measure to delay the Ravages of Time on the Features of the Fair Sex. Likewise Directions for sweetening the Breath, curing the Tooth-Ache, preserving the Teeth and Gums, &c. With many other Articles equally useful to the Fair Sex in general To which are added Every Lady her own and Family's Physician. Consisting of approved physical Receipts for most Disorders that grown People and young Children are subject to. Also the Family Instructor. Containing Directions for cleaning Silks, Lace and Furniture, taking out Spots from Linen and Cloaths, &c. &c. And great Variety of other Articles.
Cooking -- History -- Early works to 1800. : Antiquitates culinariæ : or curious tracts relating to the culinary affairs of the old English, with a preliminary discourse, notes, and illustrations, by the Reverend Richard Warner, ...
Cooking -- India. : The complete Indian housekeeper and cook : giving the duties of mistress and servants, the general management of the house, and practical recipes for cooking in all its branches / by two twenty years' residents.