The young woman's companion, or, Frugal housewife :
containing the most approved methods of pickling, preserving, potting, collaring, confectionary, managing and colouring foreign wines and spirits, making English wines, compounds, &c., &c. : also, the art of cookery containing directions for dressing all kinds of butchers' meat, poultry, game, fish, &c., &c. : with the complete art of carving, illustrated and made plain by engravings : likewise instructions for marketing : with the theory of brewing malt liquor : to which are added directions for letter writing, drawing, painting, &c., and several valuable miscellaneous pieces.
|Related Names:||Franklin, Benjamin 1706-1790.|
Manchester : Printed by Russell and Allen, 1811.
Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.
Young women > Young women / Life skills guides.
Wine and wine making.
Carving (Meat, etc.)
Canning and preserving.
Low budget cooking.
Great Britain > Great Britain / Kings and rulers.
Two articles by Benjamin Franklin on p. 533-539.
xvi, 540,  p.,  leaves of plates :
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