And if you would promise me to read a little - a little Cookery Book
that I would send you, it would be so excellent for both of us.
One day, while my husband was busily at work, I sat beside him reading an old cookery book
called The Compleat Housewife: or Accomplish'd Gentlewoman's Companion.
It was a cookery book
, full of innumerable old fashions of English dishes, and illustrated with engravings, which represented the arrangements of the table at such banquets as it might have befitted a nobleman to give in the great hall of his castle.
He has authored several cookery books
, such as My Stir-fried life and Foolproof Asian Cookery .
He's since penned three cookery books
and is currently writing a fourth, co-presents the Chopping Block cookery series with Rosemary Shrager and has opened his own cookery school.
But the victory served him well: he's since penned three cookery books
, and co-presents the Chopping Block cookery series with Rosemary Shrager.
But Mary - who grew up with rationing, turned 80 in March and has written more than 70 cookery books
since the late Sixties - is softer on other 'new' ingredients, including the basil she grows in the garden of her beautiful Buckinghamshire home.
The publisher, which employs 10 people, has published 15 regional dining guides and cookery books
over the years and plans on another four in 2014.
Former model and cookery expert Mary Morris opened a cake shop in Chichester, West Sussex, wrote cookery books
and worked with fitness expert Rosemary Conley.
Online book news company The Bookseller announced on Monday that Nigella Lawson's nine cookery books
will be reissued by the Penguin Random House imprint Chatto & Windus as the 'Nigella Collection'.
We're the oldest English-language lending library in Dubai, and we have a large selection of fiction, non fiction, science and fantasy fiction, travel books, cookery books
and books for children.
The Introduction outlines the ways in which visual materials, literary texts, cookery books
, and political writings are used as political propaganda in representations of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, Oliver and Elizabeth Cromwell, and in the characterizations of Adam and Eve in John Milton's Paradise Lost.