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  • 101 Elizabeth Acton — Seite aus Modern Cookery for Private Families von Eliza Acton (London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1871, S. 48) Eliza (Elizabeth) Acton (17. April 1799 13. Februar 1859) war eine englische Köchin, die eines der ersten englischen Kochbücher …

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  • 102 Namibian cuisine — Grilled game: crocodile, kudu and oryx, in Windhoek, Namibia …

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  • 103 Global cuisines — See also: Cuisine Hyderabadi Biryani, an Indian meat and rice dish …

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  • 104 Women's Institutes — Women s Institute serving refreshments at a Saint George s Day event in Rochester, Kent The Women’s Institute is a British, community based organisation for women. It was formed in 1915 with two clear aims: to revitalise rural communities and to… …

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  • 105 Elizabeth David — CBE (26 December 1913 ndash; 22 May 1992) was a pre eminent British cookery writer of the mid 20th century.David is considered responsible for bringing French and Italian cooking into the British home (along with now ubiquitous items such as… …

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  • 106 Marcel Boulestin — Boulestin in 1938 Xavier Marcel Boulestin (1878 – 20 September 1943) was a French chef, restaurateur, and the author of cookery books that popularised French cuisine in the English speaking world. Born in Périgord in France, Boulestin tried a… …

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  • 107 Susannah Carter — (fl.1765?) was the author of an early cookery book, The Frugal Housewife, or, Complete woman cook . The title page of the first edition indicated that Carter came from Clerkenwell in London. Otherwise, little is known about her life.Her book was… …

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  • 108 Cuisine of the Thirteen Colonies — North American colonies 1763–76 The cuisine of the Thirteen Colonies includes the foods, eating habits, and cooking methods of the British colonies in North America before the establishment of the United States in the 1770s and 1780s. It was… …

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  • 109 Portal:Food/Selected person — These are the articles that are featured on the Food portal main page. If you wish to add a biography, you will be expected to make a good faith effort to address objections that are raised. Consensus must be reached for a biography to be… …

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  • 110 COOKBOOKS, JEWISH — These compendia of instructions and recipes for the preparation of Jewish cuisine and/or guidelines for the Jewish cook constitute the single largest genre of literature created almost entirely by and for Jewish women. Prior to 1900 By the first… …

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  • 111 Curry — For other uses, see Curry (disambiguation). A variety of vegetable curries from India …

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  • 112 French cuisine — Basil salmon terrine Foie gras …

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  • 113 James Beard — Infobox Chef name = James Beard caption = James Beard, from the cover of his book James Beard s Menus for Entertaining (1965). birthdate = birth date|1903|5|5|mf=y birthplace = Portland, Oregon, United States deathdate = death date and… …

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  • 114 Chitterlings — (  /ˈtʃɪt …

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  • 115 Fannie Farmer — for|the candymaker|Fanny FarmerFannie Merritt Farmer (23 March 1857 15 January 1915) was an American culinary expert whose Boston Cooking School Cook Book became a widely used culinary text.BiographyFarmer was born in Medford, Massachusetts, USA… …

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  • 116 Alexis Soyer — Alexis Benoît Soyer (4 February 1810 – 5 August 1858) was a French chef who became the most famous cook in Victorian London. He also tried to alleviate suffering of the Irish poor in the Great Irish Famine (1845 1849), and improve the food… …

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  • 117 Eliza Acton — Elizabeth Eliza Acton (17 April 1799 13 February 1859) was an English poet and cook who produced one of the country s first cookbooks aimed at the domestic reader rather than the professional cook or chef, Modern Cookery for Private Families . In …

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  • 118 Susan Spaull — is a cookery writer, teacher and chef. She trained at Leiths School of Food and Wine in London and went on to become one of their senior teachers. She has written several cookery books for Leiths including Leiths Techniques Bible which won a… …

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  • 119 Cuisine of Namibia — The Cuisine of Namibia is influenced by two primary cultural strands:*Cookery practised by indigenous people of Namibia such as the Himba, Herero and San groups *Settler cookery introduced during the colonial period by people of German, Afrikaner …

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  • 120 Sarah Tyson Rorer — (18 October 1849 – 27 December 1937) was an American pioneer in the field of domestic science. Contents 1 Biography 2 Works 3 Family 4 References …

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