APA Citation

Smith, M. (1786). The complete house-keeper, and professed cook: Calculated for the greater ease and assistance of ladies, house-keepers, cooks, &c. &c. Containing upwards of seven hundred practical and approved receipts, arranged under the following heads: I. Rules for marketing. II. Boiling, roasting, and broiling flesh, fish, and fowls; and for making soups and sauces of all kinds. III. Making made dishes of all sorts, puddings, pies, cakes, fritters, &c. IV. Pickling, preservaing, and making wines in the best manner and taste. V. Potting and collaring; aspikes in jellies; favoury cakes, blamonge, ice creams and other creams, whips, jellies, &c. VI. Bills of fare for every month in the year; with a correct list of every thing in season for every month; illustrated with two elegant copper-plates of a first and second course for a genteel [sic] table. A new edition, with considerable additions and improvements. By Mary Smith, late house-keeper to Sir Walter Blackett, bart. and formerly in the service of the Right Hon. Lord Anson, Sir Thomas Sebright, bart. and other families of distinction, as house-keeper and cook. Newcastle: Printed for S. Hodgson; and G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Smith, Mary. The Complete House-keeper, and Professed Cook: Calculated for the Greater Ease and Assistance of Ladies, House-keepers, Cooks, &c. &c. Containing Upwards of Seven Hundred Practical and Approved Receipts, Arranged Under the Following Heads: I. Rules for Marketing. II. Boiling, Roasting, and Broiling Flesh, Fish, and Fowls; and for Making Soups and Sauces of All Kinds. III. Making Made Dishes of All Sorts, Puddings, Pies, Cakes, Fritters, &c. IV. Pickling, Preservaing, and Making Wines in the Best Manner and Taste. V. Potting and Collaring; Aspikes in Jellies; Favoury Cakes, Blamonge, Ice Creams and Other Creams, Whips, Jellies, &c. VI. Bills of Fare for Every Month in the Year; With a Correct List of Every Thing in Season for Every Month; Illustrated With Two Elegant Copper-plates of a First and Second Course for a Genteel [sic] Table. A New Edition, With Considerable Additions and Improvements. By Mary Smith, Late House-keeper to Sir Walter Blackett, Bart. and Formerly in the Service of the Right Hon. Lord Anson, Sir Thomas Sebright, Bart. and Other Families of Distinction, As House-keeper and Cook. Newcastle: Printed for S. Hodgson; and G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London, 1786.

MLA Citation

Smith, Mary. The Complete House-keeper, and Professed Cook: Calculated for the Greater Ease and Assistance of Ladies, House-keepers, Cooks, &c. &c. Containing Upwards of Seven Hundred Practical and Approved Receipts, Arranged Under the Following Heads: I. Rules for Marketing. II. Boiling, Roasting, and Broiling Flesh, Fish, and Fowls; and for Making Soups and Sauces of All Kinds. III. Making Made Dishes of All Sorts, Puddings, Pies, Cakes, Fritters, &c. IV. Pickling, Preservaing, and Making Wines in the Best Manner and Taste. V. Potting and Collaring; Aspikes in Jellies; Favoury Cakes, Blamonge, Ice Creams and Other Creams, Whips, Jellies, &c. VI. Bills of Fare for Every Month in the Year; With a Correct List of Every Thing in Season for Every Month; Illustrated With Two Elegant Copper-plates of a First and Second Course for a Genteel [sic] Table. A New Edition, With Considerable Additions and Improvements. By Mary Smith, Late House-keeper to Sir Walter Blackett, Bart. and Formerly in the Service of the Right Hon. Lord Anson, Sir Thomas Sebright, Bart. and Other Families of Distinction, As House-keeper and Cook. Newcastle: Printed for S. Hodgson; and G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London, 1786.

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