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Culture and Cooking by Catherine Owen

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Culture and Cooking
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Publisher: Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co.
Number of pages: 122

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This is not a cookery book. It makes no attempt to replace a good one; it is rather an effort to fill up the gap between you and your household oracle. But although this is not a cookery book, insomuch as it does not deal chiefly with recipes, I shall yet give a few; but only when they are, or I believe them to be, better than those in general use, or good things little known, or supposed to belong to the domain of a French chef, of which I have introduced a good many.

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