Definition of "cookery-book" []

  • A book containing recipes and instructions for cooking (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "cookery-book" in a sentence
  • "A stained cookery-book page is a mark of commitment; a stained smartphone is a trip back to the shop, he suggests."
  • "An acquaintance is in possession of an old cookery-book which exhibits the gamut of the fish as it lies in the frying-pan, reducing its supposed lament to musical notation."
  • "It is like reading a cookery-book when you are hungry."
  • "Sarah was applied to for the best cookery-book on sale in Melbourne, and when this arrived, Polly gave herself up to the study of it."
  • "He grew dainty to a degree; she searched her cookery-book for piquant recipes."