Cover of A Plain Cookery Book For The Working Classes

A Plain Cookery Book For The Working Classes

Auhtor: Charles Elm Francatelli

Language: english
Published: 1852

Genres:

cooking
Downloads: 229
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Review by Chandler, April 2008


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Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Plain Cookery Book For The Working Classes':

... OF THIS EBOOK PLAIN COOKERY BOOK ***. Produced by Chris Curnow, Jana Srna . PHILLIPS & COMPY.,. TEA MERCHANTS,. 8, KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, ...
... mint may be strewn over the soup when eaten. No. 6. ONION SOUP FOR SIX PERSONS. Chop fine six onions, and fry them in a gallon saucepan with two ...
... up each egg into about ten pieces of equal size, and put them into some butter-sauce made as follows:-viz., Knead two ounces of flour with one ounce ...
... and salt, and stir all together on the fire till it boils next add the beaten eggs and the currants pour the pudding into a proper sized greased ...
... in a pan, into a firm compact paste tie it up in a well-greased and floured pudding-cloth boil the pudding for at least two hours and a-half, ...
... ONIONS. Put the shoulder of mutton to boil in your two-gallon pot, with a handful of salt and plenty of water, allow it to boil gently for about two ...
... follows: First, chop two onions fine, and put them to boil with pepper and salt and a pint of water, in a saucepan for ten minutes, then throw in the ...
... in the country, in the neighbourhood of considerate gentlefolks who possess game preserves, that they now and then make presents of a hare and a few ...
... from a neighbour, it would suit the purpose better than a pot but, failing the preserving-pan, put the eight pounds of sugar in a four-gallon iron pot, ...
... will prove the more advantageous near the sea-coast, where inferior kinds of fish are always very cheap. No. 119. SOUSED MACKEREL. When mackerel ...
... a small handful of salt, and, providing that the fish is not larger than mackerel, soles, or whiting, it will be cooked by the time that the water boils. ...
... little flour over it, and again cover it in with a blanket to keep it warm, in order to assist its fermentation. If properly managed, the fermentation ...
... cook haricot beans to the greatest advantage. No. 154. HOW TO DRESS HARICOT BEANS. Put a quart of white haricot beans in plenty of cold water in ...
... and then serve some of it with the sago in a cup, and, if allowed, give the patient the chicken separately. No. 178. A CHEAPER KIND OF CHICKEN BROTH. In ...
... wine boil all together for ten minutes, skim, strain through a doubled piece of muslin into a basin set the jelly in a very cold place to cool ...
... then be strained through a piece of clean muslin, or rag, into a jug. This pleasant beverage should be drunk when cold it is considered beneficial ...
... quickly relieve you from spasmodic pains occasioned by indigestion. No. 229. DANDELION TEA. Infuse one ounce of dandelion in a jug with a pint ...
... up again it must then be skimmed, and the best pieces of meat selected from the stock-pot should be kept in careful reserve, to be added to the soup, ...
... thatgenuine Mustardwill be asvariedin strength, pungency, and flavour, as are the known differences between the finest and most inferior qualities ...
... long experience has given the greatest perfection, and from grain carefully selected from the choicest European crops these advantages are so appreciable, ...