Shropshire cookery book by S. Arthur

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Published by Shropshire Federation of Women"s Institutes in Shrewsbury .

Written in English

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Statement(compiled by S. Arthur ... et al.).
ContributionsShropshire Federation of Women"s Institutes.
The Physical Object
Pagination107 p. ;
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19491863M

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The Shropshire Cook Book, set for release on 22nd May encapsulates the diverse tastes of this quietly beautiful English county. From Ludlow’s French flare, to the resurgence of real ale in Shropshire’s breweries, ample delicatessens, and its traditional market towns offering fresh produce alongside local bakeries and butchers.

My Shropshire Cookery Book, published by Shropshire Women’s Institute has a historical recipe from a family recipe book from to and this is the one I have used for this recipe.

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