The Second Booke of Cookerie. Wherein is set forth the newest and most commendable Fashion of Dressing, Boyling, Sowcing, or Roasting, all manner either Flesh, Fish or any kinde of Fowle. Together with an exact order of making Kickshawes, or made-dishes, of any fashion, fit to beautifie either Noble-mans or Gentle-mans Table. All set forth according to the now new English and French fashions. And, a New Booke of Carving and Sewing.
Softcover: 53 pages
Product Dimensions: 21.0 x 14.5 x 0.3 cm
Volume 2 is actually a transcription from the original facsimile of two books by John Murrell; Second book of Cookery (fifth printing) and ‘New Booke of Carving and Sewing’. This second book of recipes includes recipes for Bakte meates and kickshawes, while the ‘New Book of Carving and Sewing’ is heavily based on the 1513 Book of Kervynge. It does however also contain updated details of servant duties, table layout and other aspects of table service rarely documented. The transcription maintains the original spelling and punctuation identifying any changes made. Includes a glossary, abbreviations and the original index pagination of both recipe books at the end of this volume.