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edible mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland

with recipes for cooking them.

by M. S. Lovell

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Published by Reeve & co. in London .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Mollusks -- Great Britain,
  • Cookery (Shellfish)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy M. S. Lovell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX387 .L89
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. ., 207 p.
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23296672M
    LC Control Number06036487

    Titles include: Savouries à la Mode, Edible Mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland, and British Edible Fungi. About us Trieste Publishing’s aim is to provide readers with the highest quality reproductions of fiction and non-fiction literature that has stood the test of time. About this book This atlas is the culmination of nearly forty years' work by members of the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland. All species of terrestrial and freshwater molluscs, whether native or introduced species that are naturalised in open habitats in the British Isles, are individually mapped based on km square dot.

    A Year of Wild Food. Author: John Rensten; Publisher: Pan Macmillan ISBN: Category: Nature Page: N.A View: DOWNLOAD NOW» "The foodie book of the year" The Spectator ''An inspiring book for city dwellers who pine for the bounty of a countryside hedgerow' Sunday Times 'The forager's magic trick; To conjure a meal out of seemingly nothing and . Great Britain. Here are entered works on the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which comprises England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, as well as works on the island of Great Britain. Works on the Republic of Ireland and on the island of the British Isles called Ireland are entered under Ireland.

    Here is an alphabetical list of books about Mollusca - Mollusks - Seashells, living and fossil, malacology, and conchology, compiled by a science librarian, that are currently available. A Book of Shells: The Edible Mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland, by M. S Lovell;. "The foodie book of the year" The Spectator ''An inspiring book for city dwellers who pine for the bounty of a countryside hedgerow' Sunday Times 'The forager's magic trick; To conjure a meal out of seemingly nothing and ensure you never look the same way at a neglected green space again' Daily Telegraph 'I love the idea that I could pick up dinner from a local park rather than .


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Price New from Used from Cited by: 1. The edible mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland by M. Lovell. this charming book provides a scientific and gastronomic tour of the British isles through the lens of Mollusca. The book describes both the appearance and habitat of various species of ‘British mollusks’ using their Latin (taxonomic) names, while also providing the.

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All titles scanned cover to cover. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lovell, M.S. Edible Mollusca of Great Britain and Ireland. London, L. Reeve & Co. [] (OCoLC)   This special edition of "The Edible Mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland" was written by M.S. Lovell, and first published in This year old book explores the many species and varieties of edible mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland like Cockles, Razor-Shells and Snails, and includes information on physical characteristics, geographic locations of Format: Capa Comum.

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The Edible Mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland with Recipes for Cooking Them. By M. Lovell. - London - Reeve & Co. " by 5"; pp [+24pp]. This list comprises species of non-marine molluscs that have been recorded in the scientific literature as part of the fauna of the island of Great Britain; this total excludes species found only in hothouses and list includes terrestrial and aquatic gastropods, and aquatic cs that are fully marine (adapted to live in the sea) are not included here, Bivalves introduced (in natural habitats): 3.

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London:Reeve & co., This recipe appears in the book ' The edible mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland, with recipes for cooking them' by MJ Lovell, published in It is a free eBook that is available from Google Books, and freely downloadable from from Google Books if you have a mobile device.