Printed cookbooks in Europe, 1470-1700: a bibliography of early modern culinary literature
"The first bibliography to list all known editions of printed cookbooks published in Europe before 1700. Provides full title and description of each work and includes information about authors, publishers, recipe sources, and translations. Analyzes the development of the cookbook as a genre during the first two centuries of printing. Illustrated"--Provided by publisher.
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