The New Cyclopaedia of Domestic Economy, and Practical Housekeeper; Adapted to All Classes of Society and Comprising Subjects Connected with the Interests of Every Family, and Five Thousand Practical Receipts and Maxims. from the Best

The New Cyclopaedia of Domestic Economy, and Practical Housekeeper; Adapted to All Classes of Society and Comprising Subjects Connected with the Interests of Every Family, and Five Thousand Practical Receipts and Maxims. from the Best

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ... round. Swectbreads should be soaked in warm water, and then blanched by being thrown into boiling water, boiled for a few minutes, and then put into cold water. They may then be lardecl and roasted or fried, and afterwards stewed in butter with crumbs of bread. Sweetbreuds may also be larded and braised, and being of themselves rather insipid, they will be improved by a.' relishing sauce and by a. large quantity of herbs in the bruise. Skins of lemon put upon the sweetbreads while bruising will heighten the flavor, and keep them white; which is very desirable when sent to table with white sauce. The usual sauce with which they are served is butter and mushroom ketchup. They may be roasted in a Dutch oven. 646.--CEB.VELLE DE VEAU A LA MAlTRE D' HOTEL. Let them be prepared. Cut some bread into the shape of cocks'-combs. which fry in butter till of a fine color. Dish them between'each half of the brains, which you have divided, and cover the brains over with a maitre d' hotel sauce, two spoonfuls of bechamel, a small bit of fresh butter, some parsley chopped fine, the juice of half a lemon, and let it well seasoned. serve fried parsley in the centre. 6-lT.--TONGITE, ETC. Ncat's tongue should be boiled full three hours. If it has been in salt long. it is well to soak it over night in cold Water. Put it to boil when the water is cold. If you boil it in a. small pot, it is well to change the water, when it has boiled an hour and a half; the fresh water should boil before the half-cooked Take such sweetbreads as have already been served, cut them into as small dice as possible. Have some good veloute boiled down ready. Throw the dice of sweetbreads into the veloute, and give them a boil, that they may...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236809351
  • 9781236809353