Ferris credits her books Louisiana cookery (1954) and New Orleans Cuisine (1969) as exemplars of diligent reporting and research.
How does she find the time to write her cookery column for Waitrose magazine, that's what people will be asking.
Shere Singh gave this man a rupee a day to teach his cook English cookery like ours.
They are very lively and hospitable, but very slovenly in their houses and cookery.
His library consisted of cookery books; and all the tongues he knew, were tongues of swine and oxen.
He has, by the way, an introductory 'Philosophy of cookery.'
After a long hunt Mac recovered it and stood looking dejectedly at the ruins of his cookery—a heap of flat, stodgy-looking slabs.
Her cookery appealed to him in the most important place, his stomach.
But his chief subsistence was the cattle which he seized; and his cookery was as expeditious as all his other operations.
The meal was very good, but the porridge was doubtful, owing to the cookery.