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BUTE, John Crichton-Stuart, 4th marquess of. Moorish Recipes.
Edinburgh : 1954First edition, limited to 185 copies, this numbered 21 on the limitation slip mounted on the front pastedown, no copies of this limited edition traced institutionally. Perhaps the earliest English cookbook devoted solely to Arab cuisine, with detailed instructions for some 80 dishes.
"The first purpose of this book is to provide, for those Europeans... Learn More£1,850.00
Stock Code: 139749
BOYLE, Patrick. The Publicans' Daily Companion;
London : [1797?]First edition of this guide for publicans. A wide ranging handbook, Boyle's work covers duties and the storage of drink, offers recipes for various mixed drinks, gives a process called "The Doctor" to disguise the taste of drinks that have gone bad, narrates how to make wine from turnips, birch and cowslip, and warns young publicans of the rogues and... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 130661
KAPLAN, R. J. How to Roll a Perfect Joint.
San Francisco : 1966First and presumably sole edition of this rare guide to marijuana smoking from 1960s San Francisco. No copies are listed on OCLC. The Bindweed Press published poetry collections such as Vitnam Blues (1965), featuring contributions by Gary Snyder, Phil Whalen, Joan Baez, etc. Inside the front cover the following credits are given: "written by - R. J.... Learn More£400.00
Stock Code: 139959
KITCHINER, William. The Cook's Oracle;
London : 1829Later London edition, uncommon in the original boards, of the most famous of Kitchiner's cookery books, "an acknowledged source of inspiration for Mrs Beeton, and mined by the writers of other household guides" (ODNB). First published in London in 1817, The Cook's Oracle "was written in a down-to-earth style, and demonstrated Kitchiner's familiarity... Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 113405
WHITE, Florence. Good Things in England.
London, Toronto, New York : 1932First edition, first printing, with the scarce dust jacket, of this classic book by the founder of the English Folk Cookery Association. Born in 1863, White's somewhat unhappy childhood, shopping "economically for food (since the family was by then poor), waiting on her uncongenial stepmother, and teaching the three small children of her father's third... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 104630
JIMMY, late of Ciro's London. Cocktails.
Philadelphia : First edition, first printing of this book, uncommon in the jacket, of cocktail recipes from the exclusive London club, Ciro's. It opened on Orange Street as a private club in 1915, and was renowned as one of the first London venues to host an all-black band. This very attractive little book features an early appearance of the Pegu Club cocktail, as... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 140214
BURTON, Richard F. Four autograph Indian recipes:
[c.1850]A brief but fascinating list of Indian recipes attesting to Burton's absorption of the culture of the subcontinent. Burton's father was a colonel in the Indian Army and in 1842 finally "acquiesced to his son's requests and purchased a commission for him in the Bombay army. Burton arrived in India on 28 October 1842 and was posted to the 18th regiment... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 127294