APA Citation

(1693). The Genteel house-keepers pastime, or, The mode of carving at the table represented in a pack of playing cards: By which together with the instructions in this book any ordinary capacity may easily learn how to cut up or carve in mode all the most usual dishes of flesh, fish, fowl, and baked meats, and how to make the several services of the same at the table, with the several sawces and garnishes proper to each dish of meat. London: Printed for J. Moxon.

Chicago Style Citation

The Genteel House-keepers Pastime, Or, The Mode of Carving At the Table Represented in a Pack of Playing Cards: By Which Together With the Instructions in This Book Any Ordinary Capacity May Easily Learn How to Cut Up or Carve in Mode All the Most Usual Dishes of Flesh, Fish, Fowl, and Baked Meats, and How to Make the Several Services of the Same At the Table, With the Several Sawces and Garnishes Proper to Each Dish of Meat. London: Printed for J. Moxon, 1693.

MLA Citation

The Genteel House-keepers Pastime, Or, The Mode of Carving At the Table Represented in a Pack of Playing Cards: By Which Together With the Instructions in This Book Any Ordinary Capacity May Easily Learn How to Cut Up or Carve in Mode All the Most Usual Dishes of Flesh, Fish, Fowl, and Baked Meats, and How to Make the Several Services of the Same At the Table, With the Several Sawces and Garnishes Proper to Each Dish of Meat. London: Printed for J. Moxon, 1693.

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