Mrs Beeton's All About Cookery 1923 New Edition
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Mrs Beeton's All-About Cookery [All About Cookery]. With over 2,000 practical Recipes and Sections on Labour-Saving, Carving and Trussing, Household Work, The Art of 'Using-Up', Servants' Duties, Laundry Work [and many other topics]. New Edition. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY Koh, Gavin (26 September 2009). "Medical Classics; The Book of Household Management". The BMJ. 339 (7723): 755. doi: 10.1136/bmj.b3866. JSTOR 25672776. S2CID 72911468.Nichols, Martha (June 2000). "Home is Where the Dirt is". The Women's Review of Books. 17 (9): 9–11. doi: 10.2307/4023454. JSTOR 4023454.
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Within a month of returning from their honeymoon Beeton was pregnant.  A few weeks before the birth, Samuel persuaded his wife to contribute to The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, a publication that the food writers Mary Aylett and Olive Ordish consider was "designed to make women content with their lot inside the home, not to interest them in the world outside".  The magazine was affordable, aimed at young middle class women and was commercially successful, selling 50,000 issues a month by 1856.  Beeton began by translating French fiction for publication as stories or serials.  Shortly afterwards she started to work on the cookery column—which had been moribund for the previous six months following the departure of the previous correspondent—and the household article.   The Beetons' son, Samuel Orchart, was born towards the end of May 1857, but died at the end of August that year. On the death certificate, the cause of death was given as diarrhoea and cholera, although Hughes hypothesises that Samuel senior had unknowingly contracted syphilis in a premarital liaison with a prostitute, and had unwittingly passed the condition on to his wife, which would have infected his son.  The Marvellous Mrs Beeton, with Sophie Dahl". BBC. Archived from the original on 2 January 2016 . Retrieved 2 December 2015.The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine". British Library. Archived from the original on 7 January 2016 . Retrieved 27 November 2015.