Cooking for the sick -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Kitchin-physick, or, Advice to the poor : by way of dialogue betwixt Philanthropos, Eugenius, Lazarus [brace] [brace] physician, apothecary, patient : with rules and directions, how to prevent sickness, and cure diseases by diet, and such things as are daily sold in the market : as also, for the better enabling of nurses, and such as attend sick people : there being nothing as yet extant (though much desired) of this nature.
Cooking for the sick -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : A pocket-companion, containing things necessary to be known by all that values their health and happiness : being a plain way of nature's own prescribing, to cure most diseases in men, women and children, by kitchen-physick only. To which is added, an account how a man may live well and plentifully for two-pence a day. / Collected from The good housewife made a doctor, by Tho. Tryon.
Cooking, French -- Anecdotes -- Drama. : Julie & Julia / Columbia Pictures presents an Easy There Tiger/Amy Robinson production, a Laurence Mark production, a film by Nora Ephron ; produced by Laurence Mark, Nora Ephron, Amy Robinson, Eric Steel ; screenplay by Nora Ephron ; directed by Nora Ephron.
Cooking, French -- Translations into English -- Early works to 1800. : The french family cook: being a complete system of French cookery. Adapted to the Tables not only of the Opulent, but of Persons of moderate Fortune and Condition. Containing Directions for choosing, dressing, and serving up all Sorts of Butcher Meat, Poultry, &c. The different Modes of making all kinds of Soups, Ragouts, Fricandeaus, Creams, Ratafias, Comp̂ots, Preserves, &c. &c. - as well as a great Variety of cheap and elegant Side Dishes, calculated to grace a Table at a small Expence. Instructions for making out Bills of Fare for the four Seasons of the Year, and to furnish a Table with few or any number of Dishes at the most moderate possible Expence. Necessary for Housekeepers, Butlers, Cooks, and all who are concerned in the Superintendence of a Family. Translated from the French.
Cooking (Frogs) : Canapés to extinction : the international trade in frogs' legs and its ecological impact / report by Sandra Altherr, Alejandra Goyenechea and D.J. Schubert.
Cooking (Fruit) -- Early works to 1800. : A Book of fruits and flowers : shewing the nature and use of them, either for meat or medicine : as also, to preserve, conserve, candy, and in wedges, or dry them : to make powders, civet bagges, all sort of sugar-works, turn'd works in sugar, hollow or frutages ... and for meat .. for medicines ...
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.