7 edition of Modern Cookery for Private Families, 1845 (Southover Historic Cookery & Housekeeping) found in the catalog.
August 1, 2002
by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||544|
ID: - View Book Page - Edit In OJS Modern Cookery for Private Families was first published in Eliza Acton expanded it ten years later, enlarging a number of sections and adding an interesting chapter on foreign and Jewish cookery. Modern Cookery for Private Families on Wikipedia: The title varied somewhat over the years; the edition's full title was: Modern Cookery, In All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice, for the Use of Private Families. In a Series of Practical Receipts, Which Have Been Strictly Tested, And are Given with the Most Minute y of origin: England.
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Modern Cookery for Private Families is an English cookery book by Eliza Acton (–) It was first published by Longmans in , and was a best-seller, running through 13 editions by , though its sales were later overtaken by Mrs Beeton. On the strength of the book, Delia Smith called Acton "the best writer of recipes in the English language", while Elizabeth David wondered why. Her book Modern Cookery for Private Families, also known as Modern Cookery in all its Branches was where recipes for these dishes were published for the first time. Modern Cookery bucked a trend. It was the first book of recipes aimed at the interested home .
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First published inEliza Acton's book was a precursor of Mrs Beeton, and is considered by many to be the better book. This lost masterpiece sets out the principles of modern domestic cookery and its 34 chapters offer a wealth of timeless Cited by: Modern Cookery for Private Families.
Eliza Acton, Elizabeth Ray (Illustrator) Rating details 21 ratings 3 reviews. (first published in ) Reprint of the extended edition of as Editor Eliza Acton.
The most widely used of all the Victorian cookery books, much admired for its limpid style and incomparable recipes, and for the classic English style it represents/5. TITLE:Modern cookery for private families. AUTHOR:Eliza Acton. PUBLISHER:Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green.
DATE (this edition from ) THIS VERSION:This transcript is based on the online version atdigitized from an edition in the collections at Harvard University. An unabridged reprint of Miss Acton's great book, first published in and added to by the author ten years later.
This reprint is of the expanded edition and includes all the splendid engravings of the original. For those who do not know this work there is a treat in store, not only because of the variety and elegance of the hundreds of recipes, but also because of their simplicity. Modern cookery for private families, reduced to a system of easy practice in a series of carefully tested receipts in which the principles of Baron Liebig and other eminent writers have been as much as possible applied and explained: Acton, Eliza, Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming: Internet : Full illustrations from the original book All footnotes Modern cookery for private families was the first truly modern cookery book and established the template for all the cookery books that followed.
This makes this cookery book much more accessible than that of many of her contemporaries. The truth is that Eliza Acton's recipes just work/5(6). 11 rows Modern cookery, for private families: reduced to a system of easy practice.
Modern Cookery, for Private Families: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice, in a Series of Carefully Tested Receipts, in which the Principles of Baron Liebig and Other Eminent Writers Have Been as Much as Possible Applied and Explained5/5(1).
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Risultati di ricerca per /5(). Eliza Acton (17 April – 13 February ) was an English food writer and poet who produced one of Britain's first cookery books aimed at the domestic reader, Modern Cookery for Private Families.
The book introduced the now-universal practice of listing ingredients and giving suggested cooking times for Born: Elizabeth Acton, 17 AprilBattle, Sussex. This is the first modern cookery book. Acton, born in Sussex, was one of the first writers to give complete lists of ingredients and their quantities and described her method as being 'reduced to a system of easy practice'.
'Modern Cookery' continued to be updated and Author: Eliza Acton. Modern Cookery, for Private Families: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice, in a Series of Carefully Tested Receipts, Appears in 13 books from Page - and the various other ingredients we have named, so placed that it shall be of equal thickness in every part.
Modern Cookery for Private Families () by Eliza Acton Description Reprint of the extended edition of as edited by Eliza Acton. The most widely used of all the Victorian cookery books, much admired for its limpid style and incomparable recipes, and for the classic English style it represents. Illustrated dustwrapper with black and white coloured titles to the front panel and black coloured titles to the back strip.
A black-and-white sketch of Miss Acton has been placed to the rear panel. Eliza Acton first published her cookery book, Modern Cookery for Private Families, inand, remained in print for the next 70 years.
Modern cookery in all its branches embracing a series of plain and simple instructions to private families and others, for the careful and judicious preparation of every variety of food as drawn from practical observation and experience by Eliza Acton, S.
Hale and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Modern cookery, in all its branches: reduced to a system of easy practice, for the use of private families by Acton, Eliza,University of Leeds.
Library. Paperback. New. Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back . This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft.
This book, Modern cookery in all its branches, by Eliza Acton, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
Modern Cookery for Private Families is an English cookery book by Eliza Acton (–). It was first published by Longmans inand was a best-seller, running through 13 editions bythough its sales were later eclipsed by Mrs Beeton.
Buy Modern Cookery for Private Families (Classic Voices in Food) 01 by Eliza Acton (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(). Eliza Acton's Modern Cookery for Private Families is the classic Victorian cookery book.
It is also the first truly modern cookery book that includes a separate listing of recipes and cooking times. This kindle edition based on the edition of the book includes: And Introduction and a biography of Eliza Acton by Dyfed Lloyd Evans/5(6).
Modern Cookery for Private Families is an English cookery book by Eliza Acton (–). It was first published by Longmans inand was a best-seller, running through 13 editions bythough its sales were later overtaken by Mrs Beeton.
Author of Modern cookery for private families, Modern cookery, in all its branches, The people's book of modern cookery, The English bread book, The Victorian Kitchen Book of Jams & Jellies, The Victorian Kitchen Book of Milk and Honey, English bread-book for domestic use, adapted to families of every grade, The Best of Eliza Acton (Cookery Library).Modern Cookery for Private Families was first published in Eliza Acton expanded it ten years later, enlarging a number of sections and adding an interesting chapter on foreign and Jewish cookery.
This reprint is of the expanded edition and includes all the splendid engravings of the original.