Eliza Leslie's 1854 work is designed as a sequel to her earlier book, Directions for Cookery. This volume contains a large number of southern recipes, many taken from African-American women, as well as recipes coming from French and Indian sources.Ornament them with a handsome cut pattern, and scollop the edges. The white tissue-paper is not to be cut or decorated with an open pattern or flowering. It is to form a lining for the pink, through the open work of which the white is to appear.
|Title||:||New Receipts for Cooking|
|Publisher||:||Applewood Books - 2008-08-01|