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Glasse, Hannah

(1708-1770) One of the best-known British cookery writers of the 18th century. Her principal work was 'The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy', published in 1747 - although she later wrote two more 'The Compleat Confectioner' and 'The Servant's Directory'. She had a tragic life, going bankrupt and losing six children in infancy.

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