Definition of cookery book in English:

cookery book

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chiefly British
A book containing recipes and other information about the preparation and cooking of food.
More example sentences
  • Budding cooks at a Bolton primary school have compiled a cookery book of their favourite recipes.
  • The two have just produced Healthy Eating for Diabetes, a cookery book full of recipes specially designed for sufferers.
  • Shortly afterwards, the first instalment of her famous cookery book entitled The Book of Household Management was published.

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