(Carving) The Kitchen, or every-day cookery. [1885].

The Kitchen; or every-day cookery, containing many useful directions, recipes, etc. with numerous wood engravings showing how to carve, and the proper mode of sending dishes to table.  N.a.  Chicago:  Rand, McNally, 1885.  Sm 8vo.  104pp., profusely illustrated.  Golden crocodile-like patterned stiff self-wraps., red lettering on spine & front cover, ads as endpapers.  Covers slightly bent, rubbed, else Good.  Many interesting illustrations of various game & fowl e.g., turn-stone, sandpiper, snipe, quail, partridge, ducks etc., and instructions for roasting.