The Good Housewife's Jewel

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Southover Press, 1996 - Cooking - 160 pages
First published in 1596. One of the earliest cookery books for the growing middle classes in Elizabethan England, contemporary with Shakespeare's Much Ado and Merry Wives. Many of the recipes are cookable today. Introduction by Maggie Black.

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