Google honors cookbook author Glasse with Doodle

Google honors cookbook author Glasse with Doodle

Google is celebrating what would have been the 310th birthday of English cook dinner and creator Hannah Glasse with a brand new Doodle.

Glasse, who was born in 1708, penned the preferred cookbook of the 18th century in 1747 titled The Artwork of Cookery Made Plain and Simple. The e-book was one of many first written in a easy model which meant any English speaker and reader might use it no matter class.

“Glasse’s cookbook was well-liked not solely as a result of it was simple to learn, but in addition due to its huge scope. It included a whopping 972 recipes, masking all the things from puddings and soups, to what to serve at Lent, to making ready meals for the sick,” Google mentioned of the e-book.

Google’s homepage options art work depicting Glasse making a batch of Yorkshire puddings. The Artwork of Cookery contained one of many earliest identified printed recipes for Yorkshire pudding.

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