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" A good Dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life; — and as the practice of Cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties,* so many disgusting and disagreeable circumstances, and even dangers, we ought to have some regard for... "
The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ... - Page 203
1840
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Atheneum, Or, Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 11

1822
...of consequence thought of making a day's journey without taking his " MAGISTER COQUOBUM" with him. A good Dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life ;— and as the practice of Cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties, so many disgusting and...
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The Cook's Oracle: Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery, on the Most ...

William Kitchiner - Cooking, English - 1823 - 428 pages
...de. la Groute to the KING at the banquet, was considered by the Court, and decided to be allowed." A good Dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life ; — and as the practice of Cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties,* ?u many disgusting...
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine arts, ed ...

Tobias Merton (pseud) - 1824
...so much of the qualities of bodies as he ? Well, then, Dr. Kitchener is a great man, and he says, " a good dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life ;" and taking this as an axiom, he has built upon it one of the sublitnest sciences that can enter the human...
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The Cook's Oracle : Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery on the Most ...

William Kitchiner - Cooking, English - 1827 - 491 pages
...De la Groute, to the King at the banquet, was considered by the Court, and decided to be allowed.' ' A good Dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life; — and as the practice of Cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties,* so many disgusting...
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The American Farmer

John S. Skinner - 1829
...with the following extract in behalf of the cook and other servants, taken from the Cook's Oracle: "A good dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life; and as the practice of cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties, so many disgusting and...
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Cook's Oracle: Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery, on the Most Economical ...

William Kitchiner - Cooking, English - 1836 - 422 pages
...Dish De la Groute to the King at the banquet, was considered by the Court, and decided to be allowed." A good Dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life ; — and as the practice of Cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties,* so many disgusting...
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The American sportsman: containing hints to sportsmen, notes on shooting ...

Elisha Jarrett Lewis - Firearms - 1855 - 461 pages
...emanating from so great a source? Who among them will not acknowledge, in the fulness of his heart, " that a good dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life?" Who ever knew of a Philosopher refusing to participate in the festivities of a banquet ? And who ever...
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The American Sportsman

Elisha J. Lewis - 1857
...reflection, and practical observation ? Who among them will not concede, in the fulness of his heart, that "a good dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life"? Who ever knew of a philosopher refusing to participate in the festivities of a banquet ? And who ever...
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The House Servant's Directory, Or, A Monitor for Private Families ...

Robert Roberts, Graham Russell Hodges - Cookbooks - 1998 - 167 pages
...conclude with the following extract in behalf of the cook and other servants, taken from the said Oracle. "A good dinner is one of the greatest enjoyments of human life; and as the practice of cookery is attended with so many discouraging difficulties, so many disgusting and...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 59

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1840
...and they never had reason to repent of the confidence they reposed in these celebrated purveyors, fat they were liberal in the extreme in the quantities...the Court of Chancery, the power is now denied me. AH I can do is to instruct my more fortnnate compeers in this desirable art, and may they succeed as...
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