Until taught by experience, follow the time table as given in the cookery book.
Recipes for icing are so general that I refer you to your cookery book.
But if a dinner is not a cookery book, neither is it a matter of expense alone, nor a payment of social debts.
Turn to the first cookery book at hand, and read the recipe.
He tried the cookery book, but, boy as he was, he threw it away in disgust.
And Epnetus, in his cookery book, says that it is called also the coryphna.
"The longer you knead and the stiffer the dough is the better your Nudeln will be," continues the cookery book.
And Dionysius, in his cookery book, also speaks of the hyna or plaice.
But she decided to be on the safe side and scoured Sydney for a cookery book.
It was the incongruity of a cookery book in the temple of the Muses.
Routine; mechanical; unimaginative: All he did was adopt the cookbook solution (1970s+)