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    Cookery for Seamen

    £6.99
    The first in a series of exciting discoveries from the National Maritime Museum archive, Cookery for Seamen is a fascinating insight into life on board in the 19th century.
    ISBN: 9781906367626
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    Author Alexander Quinlan

     

    ISBN 9781906367626

     

    Discover the ingenuity and creativity of cooks at sea with limited ingredients and equipment and learn how to prepare your own maritime meals such as sea pie, compass pudding and crew’s coffee alongside classic British recipes for Yorkshire pudding, sausage rolls and shortbread.

    Originally published in 1894 for sailors at the Liverpool Training School of Cookery, Cookery for Seamen is the must-have recipe book for sea dogs and landlubbers alike.

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    Author Alexander Quinlan

     

    ISBN 9781906367626

     

    Discover the ingenuity and creativity of cooks at sea with limited ingredients and equipment and learn how to prepare your own maritime meals such as sea pie, compass pudding and crew’s coffee alongside classic British recipes for Yorkshire pudding, sausage rolls and shortbread.

    Originally published in 1894 for sailors at the Liverpool Training School of Cookery, Cookery for Seamen is the must-have recipe book for sea dogs and landlubbers alike.

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