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Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book

Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book

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MISS LESLIE'S "NEW COOKERY BOOK." It comprises new and
approved methods of preparing all kinds of Soups, Fish, Oysters, Beef,
Mutton, Veal, Pork, Venison, Ham and Bacon, Poultry and Game, Terrapins,
Turtle, Vegetables, Sauces, Bread, Pickles, Sweetmeats, Plain Cakes,
Fine Cakes, Pies, Plain Desserts, Fine Desserts, Preparations for the
Sick, Puddings, Confectionery, Rice, Indian Meal Preparations of all
kinds, Miscellaneous Receipts, etc. etc. Also, lists of all articles in
season suited to go together for breakfasts, dinners, and suppers, to
suit large or small families, and much useful information and many
miscellaneous subjects connected with general housewifery.
MISS LESLIE'S "NEW COOKERY BOOK." It comprises new and
approved methods of preparing all kinds of Soups, Fish, Oysters, Beef,
Mutton, Veal, Pork, Venison, Ham and Bacon, Poultry and Game, Terrapins,
Turtle, Vegetables, Sauces, Bread, Pickles, Sweetmeats, Plain Cakes,
Fine Cakes, Pies, Plain Desserts, Fine Desserts, Preparations for the
Sick, Puddings, Confectionery, Rice, Indian Meal Preparations of all
kinds, Miscellaneous Receipts, etc. etc. Also, lists of all articles in
season suited to go together for breakfasts, dinners, and suppers, to
suit large or small families, and much useful information and many
miscellaneous subjects connected with general housewifery.

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Project Gutenberg's Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book, by Eliza LeslieThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.orgTitle: Miss Leslie's New Cookery BookAuthor: Eliza LeslieRelease Date: October 5, 2012 [EBook #40943]Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ISO-8859-1*** STARTOF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK MISS LESLIE'S NEW COOKERY BOOK *** Produced by Julia Miller, fh and the Online DistributedProofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This file wasproduced from images generously made available by TheInternet Archive/American Libraries.)MISS LESLIE'SNEWCOOKERY BOOK.One Volume, 652 pages, bound. Price $1.25.T. B. Peterson, No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, has justpublished MISS LESLIE'S "NEW COOKERY BOOK." It comprises new andapproved methods of preparing all kinds of Soups, Fish, Oysters, Beef,Mutton, Veal, Pork, Venison, Ham and Bacon, Poultry and Game, Terrapins,Turtle, Vegetables, Sauces, Bread, Pickles, Sweetmeats, Plain Cakes,Fine Cakes, Pies, Plain Desserts, Fine Desserts, Preparations for theSick, Puddings, Confectionery, Rice, Indian Meal Preparations of allkinds, Miscellaneous Receipts, etc. etc. Also, lists of all articles inseason suited to go together for breakfasts, dinners, and suppers, to
 
suit large or small families, and much useful information and manymiscellaneous subjects connected with general housewifery.This work will have a very extensive sale, and many thousand copies willbe sold, as all persons that have had Miss Leslie's former works, shouldget this at once, as _all the receipts in this book are new_, and havebeen fully tried and tested by the author since the publication of herformer books, _and none of them whatever are contained in any other workbut this_. It is the most complete Cook Book published in the world; andalso the latest and best, as in addition to Cookery of all kinds anddescriptions, its receipts for making cakes and confectionery areunequalled by any other work extant.This new, excellent, and valuable Cook Book is published by T. B.Peterson, under the title of "MISS LESLIE'S NEW COOKERY BOOK," and isentirely different from any other work on similar subjects, under anyother names, by the same author. It is an elegantly printed duodecimovolume, of 652 pages; and in it there will be found _hundreds ofReceipts_--all useful--some ornamental--and all invaluable to everylady, miss, or family in the world.Read what the Editors of the Leading Newspapers say of it._From the Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper._"This is a large, well-bound volume of near seven hundredpages, and includes in it hundreds of receipts never beforepublished in any of Miss Leslie's other works, accompanied by awell-arranged index, by which any desired receipt may be turnedto at once. The receipts are for cooking all kinds of meats,poultry, game, pies, &c., with directions for confectionery,ices, and preserves. It is entirely different from any formerwork by Miss Leslie, and contains new and fresh accessions ofuseful knowledge. The merit of these receipts is, that theyhave all been tried, and therefore can be recommendedconscientiously. Miss Leslie has acquired great reputationamong housekeepers for the excellence of her works on cookery,and this volume will doubtless enhance it. _It is the best bookon cookery that we know of_, and while it will be useful tomatrons, to young housewives we should think it quiteindispensable. By the aid of this book, the young andinexperienced are brought nearly on a footing with those whohave seen service in the culinary department, and by having itat hand are rendered tolerably independent of _help_, whichsometimes becomes very refractory. The best regulated familiesare sometimes taken a little by surprise by the untimelystepping in of a friend to dinner--to such, Miss Leslie is thefriend indeed, ready as her book is with instructions for thehasty production of various substitutes for meals requiringtimely and elaborate preparation."_From the Philadelphia Daily News._"To the housekeeper, the name of Miss Leslie is a guaranty thatwhat comes from her hand is not only orthodox, but good; and to
 
the young wife about to enter upon the untried scenes ofcatering for a family, _Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book_ may betermed a blessing. It presents receipts, (and practical onestoo,) for preparing and cooking all kinds of soups, fish,oysters, meats, game, cakes, pastry, and indeed everythingwhich enters into the economy of housekeeping. Theirrecommendations are that they are all practical, and the noviceof the culinary art may enter upon her important duties with'_Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book_' by her side, with perfectconfidence that the 'soup' will not be spoiled, and that thedinner will be what is designed. How many disappointments couldbe avoided, how many domestic difficulties prevented, and howmany husbands made happy, instead of miserable, by the use ofthis '_vade mecum_,' we shall not pretend to say; but as wehave a sincere regard for every lady who reads the _News_, ouradvice to them all is, by all means to buy _Miss Leslie's NewCookery Book_. Mr. Peterson has done admirably in getting upthis work: it is handsomely and substantially bound in cloth,gilt, and does credit to his business skill; the low price atwhich the work is sold, when we take the size of it intoconsideration, One Dollar and Twenty-five cents only, willdoubtless give it an immense sale."_From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier._"With such a book as _Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book_,published by Mr. Peterson, it is inconceivable what a vastextent of palate is destined to be astonished, and what agastronomic multitude is to be made happy, by the deliciousdelicacies and substantial dishes so abundantly provided. MissLeslie has in previous works shown how great an adept she hasbeen in all culinary matters, and in all that relates to thecomforts and the social enjoyment of the table around whichcluster the good things of life. Literature is very good in itsway; but such dishes as Miss Leslie gives a foretaste of, comeup to a more delicious standard. Her authorship is exquisite,and is destined to diffuse the very essence of good taste amongthe fortunate people who sit down to good dinners and suppers,not one of whom will rise from the table without a blessing on_Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book_. And every taste is sure to bepleased, for all the receipts in this book are new, and to befound nowhere else, _and it is the best Cook Book everpublished_--one which, with its hundreds of receipts, ought tobe in the hands of every woman who has the slightestappreciation of convenience, comfort and economy."_From the Philadelphia Daily Sun._"About one thousand new receipts, never before printed, appearin this work, all of which have been tried before they arerecommended by the author. All kinds of cooking and pastry;rules for the preparation of dinners, breakfasts, and suppers;appropriate dishes for every meal; and a vast quantity of otheruseful information, are embraced in the book. It is verycomprehensive, and is furnished with an index for the use of

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