The prudent housewife; or, Complete English cook, for town and country [electronic resource] : Being the newest collection of the most genteel, and least expensive receipts in every branch of cookery, viz. going to market; for roasting, boiling, frying, hashing, stewing, broling, baking, and fricasseeing. Also, for making pudings, curtards, cakes, cheese cakes, pies, tarts, ragouts, soups, jellies, syllabues, wines, &c. To which are added, selected from the papers of a lady of distinction, lately deceased. New and infallible rules to be observed, in packling, preserving, brewing, &c. And in order to render it still more valuable than any other publication that hath appeared, a treasure of valuable medicines, for the cure of every disorder, crowns the whole of this work; which coutains every instruction that relates to the pleasing of the palate, and the preservation of that inestimable blessing, health. Written by Mrs. Fisher, of Richmond
- Fisher, Mrs
- London : Printed by T. Sabine, at the London and Middlesex Printing-Office, No. 81, Shoelane, Fleet-street; where printing is expeditiously performed in all its various branches of lettter-press and copper-plate, on the most reasonable terms, 
- The fourth edition, with additions.
- Physical Description:
- 144 pages, plate ; 8⁰.
- At foot of plate: Engraved for the Prudent Housewife, and published as the act directs, July 21. 1788.
Price on title page: Price One Shilling.
Reproduction of original from Library of Congress.
AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Citation/References Note:
- English Short Title Catalog, N63771.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
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