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  • Title The compleat confectioner: or, the whole art of confectionary made plain and easy. Shewing, The various Methods of preserving and candying, both dry and liquid, all Kinds of Fruit, Flowers and Herbs; the different Ways of clarifying Sugar; and the Method of Keeping Fruit, Nuts and Flowers fresh and fine all the Year round. Also directions for making Rock-Works and Candies, Biscuits, Rich Cakes, Creams, Custards, Jellies, Whip Syllabubs, and Cheese-Cakes of all Sorts, English Wines of all Sorts, Strong Cordials, Simple Waters, Mead, Oils, &c. Syrups of all Kinds, Milk Punch that will keep twenty Years, Knicknacks and Trifles for Deserts, &c. Likewise, The Art of making Artificial Fruit, with the Stalks in it, so as to resemble the natural Fruit. To which are added, Some Bills of Fare for Deserts for private Families. By H. Glasse, author of the art of cookery
  • Author Glasse, Hannah, 1708-1770
  • Publication Date [1760?]
  • Imprint London : Printed: And Sold at Mrs. Ashburner's China Shop, the Corner of Fleet Ditch; at Yewd's Hat Warehouse, near Somerset House; at Kirk's Toyshop, in St. Paul's Church Yard; at Deard's Toyshop, facing Arlington-Street, Piccadilly; By I. Pottinger, at the Royal Bible, in Pater-Noster Row; and by J. Williams, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street, [1760?].
  • Pages 325
  • Language English
  • Document Type Monograph
  • Microfilm Reel # 1852
  • ESTC Number T31003
  • Physical Description iv,304,xvip. ; 8°
  • Source Library British Library
  • Gale Document Number GALE|CW0107052377

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