Glasgow Caledonian University and Waverley Books are delighted to announce the publication of a new edition of the world famous "Glasgow Cookery Book". This much sought-after book is finally available again, revised and updated for 2010, the centenary year of its first publication, and this new edition has lost none of its homely charm. "The Glasgow Cookery Book" started its life in 1910 as the textbook of The Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science - fondly dubbed the Do. (or Dough) School by Glasgow citizens - and was put together by the school's staff to document the recipes they taught in class. However, its reputation for dependable and economical recipes ensured that its influence spread far beyond the walls of the Glasgow college. Its practical and reliable cookery advice became famous worldwide. Scottish mothers bought it for daughters and daughters-in-law, and it became an essential purchase for young brides and brides-to-be.