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Image for An Essay on Bread; Wherein the Bakers and Millers are Vindicated from the Aspersions Contained in Two Pamphlets; One Intitled Poison Detected: And the Other, The Nature of Bread Honesty and Dishonestly Made. Proving the Impossibility of Mixing Lime, Chalk, Whiting and Burnt Bones in Bread, without Immediate Discovery. With Plain and Easy Experiments to Discover Alum and Other Admixtures in Bread, Instantly. To Which is Added, an Appendix; Explaining the Vile Practices Committed in Adulterating Wines, Cider, Porter, Punch, Vinegar, and Pickles. With Easy Methods to Detect Such Abuses. (From the Mallinckrodt Collection of Food Classics, Volume IV)

An Essay on Bread; Wherein the Bakers and Millers are Vindicated from the Aspersions Contained in Two Pamphlets; One Intitled Poison Detected: And the Other, The Nature of Bread Honesty and Dishonestly Made. Proving the Impossibility of Mixing Lime, Chalk, Whiting and Burnt Bones in Bread, without Immediate Discovery. With Plain and Easy Experiments to Discover Alum and Other Admixtures in Bread, Instantly. To Which is Added, an Appendix; Explaining the Vile Practices Committed in Adulterating Wines, Cider, Porter, Punch, Vinegar, and Pickles. With Easy Methods to Detect Such Abuses. (From the Mallinckrodt Collection of Food Classics, Volume IV)

By: Jackson, H.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Mallinckrodt: 1966

Seller ID: 2259854


Modern reissue of very early (1820) culinary work. Good copy in very good slipcase. Slipcase edges lightly rubbed. Pages foxed. 1966 Trade Paperback. 55 pp. An Essay on Bread; Wherein the Bakers and Millers are Vindicated from the Aspersions Contained in Two Pamphlets; One Intitled Poison Detected: And the Other, The Nature of Bread Honesty and Dishonestly Made. Proving the Impossibility of Mixing Lime, Chalk, Whiting and Burnt Bones in Bread, without Immediate Discovery... View more info

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Homemade Cookies

By: The Food Editors of Farm Journal; Nichols, Nell B.; Reagan, Al J.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Doubleday & Company, Inc.: 1971

Seller ID: 2208483


Ink note on front endpaper, stains to top page ridge.Large tears and stains to jacket. 1971 Hard Cover. 320 pp. Hundreds of delicious cookie recipes sure to please your family and delight your guests. Cookies are the most popular snack food in America. Besides being also a favorite food always on hand, especially in American homes with children, cookies are commonly used as gifts, hospitable treats hand-carried from one home to another, or packed and mailed to students a... View more info