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Tabella cibaria = The bill of fare: a Latin poem, implicitly translated and fully explained in copious and interesting notes, relating to the pleasures of gastronomy, and the mysterious art of cookery.

M'Quin, A. D. 1756-1823.
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1820
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Bill of fare: a Latin poem, implicitly translated and fully explained in copious and interesting notes, relating to the pleasures of gastronomy, and the mysterious art of cookery
Bill of fare

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London : Sherwood, Neely, and Jones [etc.], 1820.

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viii, 104 pages ; 25 cm

Notes

Anon., by Ange Denis Macquin

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  • English
  • Latin

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This material has been provided by The University of Leeds Library. The original may be consulted at The University of Leeds Library.

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