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A Queens Delight: Or, The Art of Preserving, Conserving, and Candying; As also A right Knowledge of making Perfumes, and Distilling the most Excellent Waters.

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A Queens Delight: Or, The Art of Preserving, Conserving, and Candying; As also A right Knowledge of making Perfumes, and Distilling the most Excellent Waters. (a.k.a. A Queen's Delight)

By W.M.


C. B. Hardman writes concerning ‘A Queens Delight’ and ‘The Queen’s Closet Opened’ in ‘Women and Writing: c. 1340-c. 1650,’:“The claim was that these recipes were collected for and by the quen and were even used by her. Whatever the truth of this, the recipes are typical of t…

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Early Modern17th CenturyFoodCookingRecipesNutritionPreservesConservesCandyCandiesPerfumeFrancis BaconSir Francis BaconKenelme DigbyKenelm DigbyGastronomyCulinary Arts


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