A perfect school of instructions for the officers of the mouth

Publication Date1682
Remaindershewing the whole art of a master of the houshold [sic], a master carver, a master butler, a master confectioner, a master cook, a master pastryman Being a work of singular use for ladies and gentlewomen, an all persons whatsoever that are desirous to be acquainted with the most excellent arts of carving, cookery, pastry, preserving, and laying a cloth for grand entertainments. The like never before extant in any language. Adorned with pictures curiously ingraven, displaying the whole arts. By Giles Rose one of the master cooks in His Majesties kitchen
Extent[24], 563, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for R. Bentley and M. Magnes, in Russel-street in Covent-Garden




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