Cooking Meat : A Propre new booke of cokery : declaryng what maner of meates bee best in ceason for all tymes of ye yere and how thes ought to bee dressed and serued at the table bothe for fleshe daies and fisshe daies : with a newe addicion, veri necessarye for all them that delighteth in cokery.
Cooking Potatoes Early Works To 1800 : Englands happiness increased, or A sure and easie remedy against all succeeding dear years [electronic resource] : by a plantation of the roots called potatoes, whereof (with the addition of wheat flower) excellent, good, and wholesome bread may be made, every year, eight or nine months together, for half the charge as formerly : also by the planting of these roots, ten thousand men in England and Wales, who know not how to live or what to do to get maintenance for their families, may of one acre of ground, make thirty pounds per annum / invented and published for the good of the poorer sort by John Forster ...; Forster, John,
Cooking Rice : Riz économique de la paroisse de Saint Roch, a Paris [electronic resource].
Cooking Sweet Potatoes : Traité sur la culture et les usages des pommes de terre, de la patate, et du topinambour [electronic resource] / par M. Parmentier: Publié & imprimé par ordre du roi.; Parmentier, Antoine Augustin,
Cooking Tapioca : Easy triumphs with the new Minute Tapioca : 85 recipes with glad news in them.
Cooking Tea Early Works To 1800 : The tea purchaser's guide, or, The lady and gentleman's tea table and useful companion [electronic resource] : in the knowledge and choice of teas, ... to which is added, The art of mixing one quality of tea with another, as practised by tea-dealers / by a friend of the public, who has been many years in the East India Company's service, particularly in the tea department.; Friend to the public.
Cool The English Word : The rhetoric of cool : composition studies and new media / Jeff Rice ; with a foreword by Gregory L. Ulmer.; Rice, Jeff
Coole Benjamin 1717 : A narrative of the proceedings of George Keith at Coopers-Hall in the city of Bristol, the 14th day of August 1700, in detecting the errors of Benjamin Cool, and his brethren the Quakers at Bristol : which were read before a great auditory of ministers and other citizens and inhabitants : and divers other memorable passages between him and the Quakers at Bristol, particularly a dialogue at Coopers-Hall between a Quaker cobler and G. Keith, and another dialogue between some Quakers and G. Keith at B. Cool's house in Bristol : together with some of the chiefest Quotations out of the books of B. Cool and W. Penn, read at the same place, the same day / by George Keith.; Keith, George,
Coole Benjamin 1717 Sophistry Detected : Bristol Quakerism exposed : shewing the fallacy, perversion, ignorance, and error of Benjamin Cool, the Quakers chief preacher at Bristol, and of his followers and abettors there, discovered in his and their late book falsely called Sophistry detected, or, An answer to George Keith's Synopsis : wherein also both his deisme and inconsistency with himself and his brethren, with respect to the peculiar principles of Christianity, are plainly demonstrated / by George Keith.; Keith, George,