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Kingston, U.C. [Ont.] : J. Macfarlane, 1831.; 156 images, 148 with full-text search
The Cook not mad, or, Rational cookery : being a collection of original and selected receipts, embracing not only the art of curing various kinds of meats and vegetables for future use, but of cooking, in its general acceptation, to the taste, habits, and degrees of luxury prevalent with the Canadian public, to which are added, directions for preparing comforts for the sick room, together with sundry miscellaneous kinds of information of importance to housekeepers in general, nearly all tested by experience.