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Lea & Perrins Recipes
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Lea & Perrins Recipes
Joy of Perfect Cooking
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Joy of Perfect Cooking
1940S Housewife Cooking
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1940S Housewife Cooking
Older Woman Baking 1947
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Older Woman Baking 1947
MAY'S COOKERY BOOK 1685
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MAY'S COOKERY BOOK 1685
18th C French Kitchen
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18th C French Kitchen
Christmas Cookery C1905
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Christmas Cookery C1905
Salt grains and ground peppercorn, SEM Featured Image

Salt grains and ground peppercorn, SEM

Salt grains and ground peppercorn, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Each salt (sodium chloride) crystal (white) is composed of a cubic lattice of sodium and chloride ions. Peppercorn (brown) is the dried fruit from the black pepper (Piper nigram) plant. Here, it has been ground into fine particles. Both salt and pepper are commonly used as seasoning in cooking

© THOMAS DEERINCK, NCMIR/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Mrs Beeton Front Cover
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Mrs Beeton Front Cover
Decorative loaf in shape of sheaf of wheat with mouse Featured Image

Decorative loaf in shape of sheaf of wheat with mouse

Decorative loaf in shape of sheaf of wheat with a little mouse or wee timorous beastie for harvest festival celebrations, home-made bread on an old elm kitchen table in Kent. Traditional and charming - food for thought and very English. Art posing as food, or food posing as art - crafted by a skilled baker.
credit: Marie-Louise Avery / thePictureKitchen / TopFoto

© thePictureKitchen / TopFoto

Cookery Magazine 1917
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Cookery Magazine 1917
Cooking from a Book - 2
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Cooking from a Book - 2
Passover festival. Preparation of matzo Featured Image

Passover festival. Preparation of matzo

Preparation of matzo, also known as matza or matzah, an unleavened bread. Matzo is eaten during the week of Passover as a substitute for bread and other foods made with leavened grain which are forbidden according to Jewish religious law. Source: Kirchner Judisches Ceremoniel'. Early 18th century

© Lebrecht

The Complete Practical Cook
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The Complete Practical Cook

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