A Treatise on the Art of Boiling Sugar, Crystallizing, Lozenge-making, Comfits, Gum Goods, and Other Processes for Confectionery, Etc: In which are Explained, in an Easy and Familiar Manner, the Various Methods of Manufacturing Every Description of Raw and Refined Sugar Goods, as Sold by the Trade, Confectioners, and Others
H.C. Baird, 1865 - 155 sider
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