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Choice Cookery
     

Choice Cookery

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by Catherine Owen
 

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Published in 1889 by prolific cookbook author Catherine Owen, this work was designed to appeal to women looking for the "newest and best in modern cookery." Originally written for Harper's Bazar, Owen's work was aimed at the upper class household seeking culinary elegance, rather than household economy.

Overview

Published in 1889 by prolific cookbook author Catherine Owen, this work was designed to appeal to women looking for the "newest and best in modern cookery." Originally written for Harper's Bazar, Owen's work was aimed at the upper class household seeking culinary elegance, rather than household economy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781429011471
Publisher:
Applewood Books
Publication date:
12/15/2007
Series:
Cooking in America Series
Pages:
332
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

Meet the Author

Catherine Owen is an Edmonton-based poet (formerly of Vancouver) whose work has been published in national and international journals such as "Queen's Quarterly" and "Poetry Salzburg". Her first book "Somatic: The Life and Work of Egon Schiele" (Exile Editions, 1998) was nominated for the Gerald Lampert Award while her second, "The Wrecks of Eden" (Wolsak and Wynn, 2002) was short listed for the BC Book Prize. Her most recent collections are "Cusp/detritus" (Anvil Press, 2006) and "Shall: ghazals" (Wolsak and Wynn, 2006). Her work has also appeared in the anthologies "A Practice of Spirit" (St Thomas Poetry Series 2002) and a collection of tributes to Joe Rosenblatt (Guernica Editions 2005).

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Choice Cookery 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This IS an OCR version with weird characters and mish mash. I didn't look through it all, but I only saw the cover and a couple pages as scanned images. The rest were readable, but far from perfect or even acceptable.