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Doubleday became the first house to hire a fulltime editor, Clara Claasen, to fill its stable with cookery authors.
Jamie Boswell contended that cookery was the criterion of reason; for that no animal but man did cook.
Every thing was excellent in its kind, with only a little more garlic than is used in English cookery.
It reeked with stale tobacco-smoke, the smell of cookery, and the odors of frowsy clothes.
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This is a humorous allusion to a manner of serving up pikes which is well illustrated in the Fifteenth-Century Cookery-books, ed.
As early as 1878 payment for the attendance of the workhouse girls at a school of cookery was held to be legal.
A turkey had been put down to roast, and I entered the kitchen in time to prevent its being spoilt by French cookery.
It is certainly very savoury, only that according to French cookery, too much is made of the fowl.
Never having known, before, how to roast an egg, I did not regret this lesson in the art of extempore cookery.
While this operation was in progress, a smart fillette looked smiling on, as if anxious to take a lesson in cookery l'Anglaise.

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