A Year's Cookery, by Phillis Browne

A Year's Cookery, by Phillis Browne

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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. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ... to soak all night in cold water. 3. Also put a cupful of haricot beans to soak in cold water. Marketing. For the Day.--A tin of Preserved Oysters; three or four pounds of Chops from itae Loin for Haricot Mutton; oung Carrots; New Potatoes; the middle cut of the Silverside of Beef, weighing about eight pounds. For To-morrow.--Anchovies, if not in the house; Radishes; Watercress. Bkeakpast.--Dried Haddock (January 27th); Beef, boiled (Juno 5th); Toasted Teacakes (February 14th); Corn Flour Milk (June 19th). Luncheon.--Fish Cakes (January 13th); Normandy Pippins (August ICth). Dijineb.--Oyster Soup (October 1st); Haricot Mutton (April 13th): Young Carrots (July 6th); Haricot Beans (June 20th); New Potatoes (April 12th); Pancakes (February 24th). Cheese, To serve.--Cheese may either be brought upon the table whole or cut; or, better still, it may be cut before dinner into small square pieces and handed round by the waiter. Fresh sweet butter, formed into small nate, balls, or rolls, and garnished with parsley; pulled bread (August 27th), rolls, biscuits, or rusks, with watercress, celery, salad, radishes, or cucumber, should always be sent to table with cheese. If this be done, and if care and judgment be exercised in the selection of the cheese, the course may be made most enjoyable. Foreign cheeses have become very popular of late (Roquefort, Camembcrt, Gorgonzola, Xeufchatel, and Gmyere), and atford a most agreeable change even from the time-honoured Stilton. Small portions of two or three different kinds of cheese may be handed on the same salver. When cheese becomes hard and dry it should on no account be wasted, as it may be used in various ways (Index: Cheese, Dry, To Use).' Things that must not be Forgotten. 1. Boil the brine with an...show more

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  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 331g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236562720
  • 9781236562722