“Queen” Cookery Books. No. 2. Ices. Collected and Described by S. Beaty-Pownall, 1902: Cookbook published by Horace Cox of “Queen ” Office, Windsor House, Bream’s Buildings, London. This copy is from the second edition. Hard cover book with treated linen-covered boards. 156 pages. The second book in a series; the topic of the first was Soups. I certainly never knew there were so many types of and recipes for Ices. This book has chapters on Plain Ices, Cream and Water; Sorbets and Graniti; Moulded and Fancy Ices; Iced Puddings; Muscovites; Souffles and Mousses; Parfaits and Spongadas; Charlottes and Gateaux Glaces; Savoury Ices; and Iced Drinks.
This cookbook is in near-mint condition. The spine cover is darkened. The cover has very modest shelf wear, particularly on the corners. The pages are lightly and uniformly tanned, but completely clean and clear. Binding is completely firm and intact. Hinges are perfect. This cookbook was never used.
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