The Table; How to Buy Food, How to Cook It and How to Serve It

The Table; How to Buy Food, How to Cook It and How to Serve It

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...both tongue and truffles cut in dice-shaped pieces half an inch square. Take the forcemeat from the icebox, and thoroughly mix the tongue and truffles with it, pouring in also a wine-glassful of Madeira wine. Half a cup of well-peeled pistache can be added, if at hand. Take the turkey from the ice-box, spread it on a clean table (skin-side downward). Then, with a keen knife, cut away even slices from the breasts, arrange them on the thin, so that the turkey should have an equal thickness all over. Place the forcemeat right in the centre of the turkey, column shaped, leaving a clear space of two inches at each end, and of four inches at each side. Spread on a table a strong, clean napkin, sprinkling over it a little cold water. Fold up first both ends of the turkey, then both sides, so that the four ends should be enveloped; gently lift, and lay it right in the centre of the napkin. Roll it carefully in the napkin. Tightly tie one end first, then the other, as firmly as possible, taking in the slack of the napkin. Place it in a large saucepan on the hot range, with the carcass, and whatever bones and debris pertain to it, completely cover with cold water, place the lid on, and when coming to a boil thoroughly skim it, then add one medium-sized, sound, scraped carrot, and one well-peeled onion with three cloves stuck in. Season with one pinch of salt, and then let boil on a moderate fire for fully two and a half hours. Remove the galantine with a skimmer; let cool enough so that it can be easily handled. Cut the strings at both ends; roll it over again as before, and tightly tie both ends exactly as before. Lay it in a flat tin pan, placing on top of it a board the size of the boned turkey, and on top of it a weight of seven pounds, leaving the...
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  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 272g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236608658
  • 9781236608659