Mrs. Charles Darwin's Recipe Book: Revived and Illustrated

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Glitterati Incorporated, 2008 - Cooking - 175 pages
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More than a cookbook, the Mrs. Charles Darwin's Recipe Book delineates a lifestyle at the top of English society and intelligentsia at the time. This treasure trove that includes unlikely dishes such as Turnips Cresselly and Penally Pudding contains, even, another cook evident in the work: The recipe for boiling rice is in Charles Darwin's own hand. The image of Darwin standing over a pot of boiling water with his pocket watch in hand, is one to savor, along with every other vestige of a lost kitchen and lifestyle come back to life here.

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User Review  - datwood - LibraryThing

A delightful if rather meager number of recipes. The commentary on the Darwin's family life was interesting as well. Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
9
CHEESE EGGS
44
Fish Croquettes Fish Croquets
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