5 edition of The recipe-book of the Mustard Club found in the catalog.
The recipe-book of the Mustard Club
Dorothy L. Sayers
by published for the Mustard Club by J. & J. Colman Ltd. in Norwich
Written in English
|Other titles||The recipe book of the Mustard Club.|
|Statement||edited by "Gourmet" ; with illustrations by J. Gilroy.|
|Contributions||Gourmet., Gilroy, J. 1898-1985., Mustard Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
This book is a keeper. I saw it in my local library and checked it out. Wonderful easy sauce recipes for hollandaise and most any other kind. There are other tips on braising meat; various kitchen utensils, and on the many different types of flours, cheeses, etc/5. per fl akes, mustard seeds • 5 tablespoons sea salt 1. Prepare the brine by mixing 2 quarts of fi ltered warm water with 5 tablespoons of sea salt. Let cool and set aside. If you are using a smaller mason jar, you can half the water and salt amount. 2. In the half gallon wide mouth mason jar, add a couple of the tannin-containing leaves, clovesFile Size: 2MB.
For my purposes this book rocks. It gave a few chapter summaries on the history of mustard making in Europe. It then follows with a number of mustard recipes for the condiment specifically. The third part of the book, which is the majority of the book focuses on how you can flavor your meals in various ways, from sweet to savory, using mustard/5(8). The Secret Cooking Club is fun, straightforward stuff. In mixing protagonist Scarlett’s discovery of her passion for old-fashioned homemade recipes with the modernity of her mother’s role as a ‘mummy blogger’, it’s easy to see why the book ticked many of the marketable boxes from ’s Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction /5.
The Mustard Seeds Faith Book Club. 14 likes. Growth of the Soul through books of faith. (2 Corinthians )Followers: The Mustard McDonald’s hamburgers uses such a small amount of mustard, honestly any classic yellow mustard will work just fine. For you die-hards, I suggest French's® classic yellow. Once again, French's® contains an ingredient that adds a small, extra zip to the flavor. You got it: garlic Size: KB.
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Stapled card wrappers, a little rubbed, marked and creased in places and with a short tear to natural fold. Staples rusting and partially defective. A nice bright copy of a most unusual item. Sayers prepared this book and a large amount of the copy for the Mustard Club advertising campaign while a copywriter at 's.
The Good Cook's Book of Mustard: One of the World's Most Beloved Condiments, with more than recipes Michele Anna Jordan. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition.
$ Next. Recommended popular audiobooks. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of /5(13). The Recipe Book of the Mustard Club edited by Gourmet, which was actually crime writer Dorothy L Sayers.
Apart from penning memorable novels and essays, Sayers was a skilled copywriter and worked for Benson’s advertising agency in London. This spoof recipe book was a promotional tool for Coleman’s Mustard, one of her clients.
The Recipe-Book of the Mustard Club: A Treasury of Delectable Dishes both New and Old, in the right tradition of Good English Cookery edited by "Gourmet" [Sayers, Dorothy L.] Published by Published for the Mustard Club by J. & J. Colman [c], Norwich (). Paul Hartley brings his inimitable skills to creating 50 searingly hot recipes for lovers of the much loved, iconic yellow sauce from Norwich.
When, way back in Jeremiah Colman created this zesty mustard he couldn't have envisaged in his wildest dreams the scorching impact that his heart-stoppingly hot condiment would have upon the British palate. Paul Hartley has assembled an amazing.
The Good Cook's Book of Mustard: One of the World's Most Beloved Condiments, with more than recipes: Jordan, Michele Anna, Gershman, Liza, Kamman, Madeleine: : Books. Buy New. $/5(12). The first advertisements appeared on London buses. These were followed by pictures of the Mustard Club members.
A recipe book was produced which listed mustard as an ingredient in every recipe. Most of the copy for the advertising campaign was written by Dorothy L. Sayers. The Mustard Club campaign was very successful. Eventually there were card games and a club newsletter.
It was almost certainly one of the first examples of an integrated campaign. All Mustard Club members could apply for a badge – and by the time the club closed in, had been given away.’ I’m not entirely sure how you join a fictitious club, but the recipe book at least.
Mustard Seed is an emotional, captivating story of faith and family, and how those two things can help us through the darkest of times. The book takes place three years after the end of the Civil War, and it is a stirring account of what conditions were like for former slaves and their owners at that time/5.
The Mustard Book book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Dozens of recipes show how to make roasted garlic mustard, Chinese /5. Along with well written mustard recipes, there are recipes included that use many of the mustards in the book.
The German Whole Grain Mustard with Horseradish (p. ) mixed with a little mayo makes the best rueben sandwich you will ever have. The Scandnavian Dilled Mustard (p. /5(13).
The nearest I can come to some sunshine is this old recipe book, every recipe contains mustard, Colman's, of course. The booklet was part of a very clever advertising campaign started inwhen Dorothy L Sayers was a young advertising copywriter. She wrote most of the copy for the campaign, which was based around the fictional Mustard Club.
The Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission (SMDC) is a group of producers simply passionate about mustard. It is because of these producers—their progressive thinking and drive to grow superior seed—that this book was created.
The bulk of the book is dedicated to over recipes using mustard as an ingredient and includes recipes for sauces, soups, starters, fish, poultry, game, meat, vegetables, pickles, baking, savories, and puddings.
There is also a section on making mustard at home/5(8). The Recipe-Book of the Mustard Club: A Treasury of Delectable Dishes both New and Old, in the right tradition of Good English Cookery5/5(1).
The Händlmaier’s Mustard Club Cincinnati (officially: Händlmaier’s Freunde Cincinnati e.V.) is the first and only US chapter — and one of only two clubs located around the world — dedicated to sharing the gemütlichkeit that is Händlmaier’s on: East University Avenue Cincinnati, OH, United States.
The club published the Recipe Book of the Mustard Club, also penned by Dorothy Sayers, who was herself an accomplished cook. Although the club began as a marketing gimmick and without membership solicitation, hundreds of mustard enthusiasts wrote to.
Mustard was being cultivated before 4, BC and is the second commonest condiment in the world. It has a long and fascinating history through many different cultures.
This is the first authoritative book on mustard, and covers all aspects of its history, cultivation and its many varied and interesting uses, both medical and culinary.5/5(1).
Mustard Man will be there, spreading the word about Händlmaier’s mustard and our Mustard Club. Mustard Man is often joined by his faithful krewe of condiment heroes, including Colonel Mustard (James) and Sergeant Mustard (Dan), together battling the evil and dreaded Ketchup the Kid, as well as bringing cheer and good taste to all occasions!Location: East University Avenue Cincinnati, OH, United States.
Many of the recipes are good, but many of them are ridiculous. Hot Dogs with Mustard. (you open the roll, put the hot dog on a bun, and then serve it with your mustard of choice - yes, that is a recipe in the book).
Parts of the book were good and informative, but the rest of the book /5(10). Introduction. The bestselling author of Yellow Crocus returns with a haunting and tender story of three women returning to the plantation they once called home. Oberlin, Ohio, Lisbeth Johnson was born into privilege in the antebellum South.
Jordan Freedman .The Mustard Club. 82 likes 1 talking about this. The Mustard Club was an advertising campaign by Dorothy L. Sayers for Colman's Mustard in the early 's. The Club was a major triumph in 5/5(1). “Some single, simple things, like mustard, have a wealth of history and a path of stories, usually known only to a few Even if you don’t think you’re interested in mustard, after reading this delightful book, you will be!” —Deborah Madison, The Savory Way The sharp, bright taste of mustard has been used to enhance food for centuries, and all the varieties—from the classic Brand: Skyhorse.