Mrs. Beeton's Dictionary of Every-Day Cookery The "All About It" Books
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Mrs. Beeton's Dictionary of Every-Day Cookery The "All About It" Books

By Mrs. (Isabella Mary) Beeton
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  • MRS. BEETON’S DICTIONARY OF EVERY-DAY COOKERY.
  • PREFACE.
  • THE DICTIONARY OF COOKERY.
    • ALMOND CAKE.
    • ALMOND CHEESECAKES.
    • ALMOND PASTE, for Second-Course Dishes.
    • ALMOND PUDDING, Baked (very rich).
    • ALMOND PUDDINGS, Small.
    • ALMOND PUFFS.
    • ALMOND SOUP.
    • ANCHOVY BUTTER.
    • ANCHOVY SAUCE, for Fish.
    • ANCHOVY TOAST.
    • ANCHOVIES, Fried.
    • ANCHOVIES, Potted, or Anchovy Butter.
    • APPLE CHARLOTTE, a very simple.
    • APPLE CHEESECAKES.
    • APPLE CUSTARD, Baked.
    • APPLE DUMPLINGS, Baked (Plain family Dish).
    • APPLE DUMPLINGS, Boiled.
    • APPLE FRITTERS.
    • APPLE JAM.
    • APPLE JELLY.
    • APPLE JELLY.
    • APPLE JELLY, Clear, for immediate Eating.
    • APPLE JELLY, Thick, or Marmalade, for Entremets or Dessert Dishes.
    • APPLE PUDDING, Rich Baked.
    • APPLE PUDDING, Baked.
    • APPLE PUDDING, Baked (Very Good).
    • APPLE PUDDING, Boiled.
    • APPLE SAUCE, for Geese, Pork, &c.
    • APPLE SNOW (a pretty Supper Dish).
    • APPLE SNOWBALLS.
    • APPLE SOUFFLÉ.
    • APPLE TART or PIE.
    • APPLE TART (Creamed).
    • APPLE TRIFLE (a Supper Dish).
    • APPLES à la Portugaise.
    • APPLES, Buttered (Sweet Entremets).
    • APPLES and RICE (a Plain Dish).
    • APPLES AND RICE (a pretty Dish of).
    • APPLES, Compôte of (Soyer’s Recipe,—a Dessert Dish).
    • APPLES, Flanc of; or Apples in a raised Crust. (Sweet Entremets.)
    • APPLES, Ginger (a pretty Supper or Dessert Dish).
    • APPLES Iced, or Apple Hedgehog.
    • APPLES in Red Jelly (a pretty Supper Dish).
    • APPLES, to preserve, in Quarters (in imitation of Ginger).
    • APPLES, Stewed, and Custard (a pretty Dish for a Juvenile Supper).
    • APRICOT CREAM.
    • APRICOT JAM, or Marmalade.
    • APRICOT PUDDING, Baked.
    • APRICOT TART.
    • APRICOTS, Compôte of (an elegant Dish).
    • APRICOTS, Flanc of, or Compôte of Apricots in a Raised Crust (Sweet Entremets).
    • APRIL—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinners for 6 persons.
    • APRIL, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • APRIL, Things in Season.
    • ARROWROOT BISCUITS, or Drops.
    • ARROWROOT BLANCMANGE (an inexpensive Supper Dish).
    • ARROWROOT PUDDING, Baked or Boiled.
    • ARROWROOT SAUCE, for Puddings.
    • ARROWROOT, to make.
    • ARTICHOKES, Boiled.
    • ARTICHOKES, a French Mode of Cooking.
    • ARTICHOKES. Fried (Entremets, or small dish to be served with the Second Course).
    • ARTICHOKES à l’Italienne.
    • ARTICHOKES, Boiled Jerusalem.
    • ARTICHOKES, Mashed Jerusalem.
    • ARTICHOKE (Jerusalem) SOUP, sometimes called Palestine Soup (a White Soup).
    • ASPARAGUS, Boiled.
    • ASPARAGUS-PEAS (Entremets, or to be served as a Side Dish, with the Second Course).
    • ASPARAGUS PUDDING (a delicious Dish, to be served with the Second Course).
    • ASPARAGUS SOUP.
    • ASPIC, or Ornamental Savoury Jelly.
    • AUGUST—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinner for 6 persons.
    • AUGUST, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • AUGUST, Things in Season.
    • BACON, Boiled.
    • BACON, Broiled Rashers of.
    • BACON and HAMS, Curing of.
    • BACON, to Cure and Keep it free from Rust (Cobbett’s Recipe).
    • BACON or HAMS, to Cure in the Devonshire way.
    • BACON, to Cure in the Wiltshire way.
    • BACON, Fried Rashers of, and Poached Eggs.
    • BARBEL.
    • BARBERRIES (Berberis vulgaris).
    • BARBERRIES, to preserve in Bunches.
    • BARLEY SOUP.
    • BARLEY-SUGAR, to make.
    • BARLEY-WATER, to make.
    • BATTER PUDDING, Baked.
    • BATTER PUDDING, Baked, with Dried or Fresh Fruit.
    • BATTER PUDDING, Boiled.
    • BATTER PUDDING, with Orange Marmalade.
    • BEANS, Boiled Broad or Windsor.
    • BEANS, Broad, à la Poulette.
    • BEANS, Boiled French.
    • BEANS, French Mode of Cooking French.
    • BEANS, to Boil Haricots Blancs, or White Haricot.
    • BEANS, Haricots Blancs & Minced Onions.
    • BEANS, Haricots Blancs à la Maître d’Hôtel.
    • BÉCHAMEL, or French White Sauce.
    • BÉCHAMEL MAIGRE, or Without Meat.
    • BEEF, Aitchbone of, Boiled.
    • BEEF À LA MODE.
    • BEEF À LA MODE (Economical).
    • BEEF, Baked.
    • BEEF-BONES, Broiled.
    • BEEF, Brisket of, à la Flamande.
    • BEEF, Brisket of, Stewed.
    • BEEF, Broiled, and Mushroom Sauce.
    • BEEF, Broiled, and Oyster Sauce.
    • BEEF BUBBLE-AND-SQUEAK.
    • BEEF CAKE.
    • BEEF, Collared.
    • BEEF COLLOPS.
    • BEEF CARVING.
    • BEEF, Curried.
    • BEEF, Roast Fillet of (Larded).
    • BEEF, Fricandeau of.
    • BEEF, Fried Salt.
    • BEEF FRITTERS.
    • BEEF, Hashed.
    • BEEF, Hunter’s.
    • BEEF KIDNEY, to Dress.
    • BEEF KIDNEY, to Dress.
    • BEEF KIDNEY, to Dress (a more simple method).
    • BEEF MARROW-BONES, Boiled.
    • BEEF, Minced.
    • BEEF, Minced Collops of (an Entrée).
    • BEEF, Miroton of.
    • BEEF OLIVES.
    • BEEF OLIVES (Economical).
    • BEEF PALATES, to Dress (an Entrée).
    • BEEF PICKLE. (This may also be used for any kind of Meat, Tongues, or Hams.)
    • BEEF, Potted.
    • BEEF RAGOÛT.
    • BEEF, Rib-bones of (a pretty Dish).
    • BEEF, Roast Ribs of.
    • BEEF, Roast Ribs of, Boned and Rolled (a very convenient Joint for a small Family).
    • BEEF RISSOLES.
    • BEEF, Rolled, to eat like Hare.
    • BEEF ROLLS.
    • BEEF, Boiled Round of.
    • BEEF, Miniature Round of (an excellent Dish for a small Family).
    • BEEF, to Pickle part of a Round, for Hanging.
    • BEEF SAUSAGES.
    • BEEF, Roast Sirloin of.
    • BEEF, Sliced and Broiled (a pretty Dish).
    • BEEF, Spiced (to serve Cold).
    • BEEF, Stewed. (A Polish Dish.)
    • BEEF, Stewed Rump of.
    • BEEF, Stewed Shin of.
    • BEEF-TEA.
    • BEEF-TEA, Baked.
    • BEEF-TEA, Savoury (Soyer’s Recipe).
    • BEETROOT, Boiled.
    • BEETROOT, Pickled.
    • BISCUITS, Crisp.
    • BISCUITS, Dessert, which may be flavoured with Ground Ginger, Cinnamon, &c.
    • BISCUITS, Simple Hard.
    • BLACK-COCK, to Roast.
    • BLACK-COCK, to Carve.
    • BLANCMANGE (a Supper Dish).
    • BLANCMANGE, Cheap.
    • BOUDIN à la REINE (an Entrée; M. Ude’s Recipe).
    • BRAWN, to make.
    • BREAD-MAKING.
    • BREAD, to make good Home-made (Miss Acton’s Recipe).
    • BREAD, to make a Peck of good.
    • BREAD-AND-BUTTER FRITTERS.
    • BREAD-AND-BUTTER PUDDING, Baked.
    • BREAD CRUMBS, Fried.
    • BREAD, Fried, for Borders.
    • BREAD, Fried Sippets of, for Garnishing many Dishes.
    • BREAKFASTS.
    • BRILL.
    • BROWNING, for Stock.
    • BROWNING for Gravies and Sauces.
    • BRUSSELS-SPROUTS, Boiled.
    • BUBBLE-AND-SQUEAK.
    • BULLOCK’S HEART, to Dress a.
    • BUNS, Light.
    • BUNS, Plain.
    • BUNS, Victoria.
    • BUTTER, Browned.
    • BUTTER, Clarified.
    • BUTTER, Curled.
    • BUTTER, Fairy.
    • BUTTER, to keep Fresh.
    • BUTTER, Maître d’Hôtel, for putting into Broiled Fish just before it is sent to Table.
    • BUTTER, Melted.
    • BUTTER, Melted (more Economical).
    • BUTTER, Rancid, What to do with.
    • BUTTER, Melted (the French Sauce Blanche).
    • BUTTER, Melted, made with Milk.
    • CABBAGE, Boiled.
    • CABBAGE, Red, Pickled.
    • CABBAGE, Red, Stewed.
    • CABBAGE SOUP.
    • CABINET or CHANCELLOR’S PUDDING.
    • CABINET or BOILED BREAD-AND-BUTTER PUDDING, Plain.
    • CAFÉ AU LAIT.
    • CAFÉ NOIR.
    • CAKES, Making and Baking of.
    • CAKES, nice Breakfast.
    • CAKE, Christmas.
    • CAKE, Common (suitable for sending to Children at School).
    • CAKE, Economical.
    • CAKE, Good Holiday.
    • CAKE, Luncheon.
    • CAKE, a nice useful.
    • CAKE, a Pavini.
    • CAKE, a nice Plain.
    • CAKE, a nice Plain, for Children.
    • CAKE, Queen.
    • CAKE, Saucer, for Tea.
    • CAKES, Scrap.
    • CALF.
    • CALF’S FEET, Baked or Stewed.
    • CALF’S FEET, Boiled, and Parsley and Butter.
    • CALF’S-FOOT BROTH.
    • CALF’S FEET, Fricasseed.
    • CALF’S-FEET JELLY.
    • CALF’S HEAD à la Maître d’Hôtel.
    • CALF’S HEAD, Boiled (with the Skin on).
    • CALF’S HEAD, Boiled (without the Skin).
    • CALF’S HEAD, Collared.
    • CALF’S HEAD, Fricasseed (an Entrée).
    • CALF’S HEAD, Hashed.
    • CALF’S HEAD, Moulded.
    • CALF’S HEAD, to Carve.
    • CALF’S LIVER, aux Fines Herbes and Sauce Piquante.
    • CALF’S LIVER and BACON
    • CALF’S LIVER, Larded and Roasted (an Entrée).
    • CAMP VINEGAR.
    • CANARY PUDDING (very good).
    • CANNELONS, or Fried Puffs (Sweet Entremets).
    • CAPER SAUCE, for Fish.
    • CAPER SAUCE, for Boiled Mutton.
    • CAPER SAUCE, a Substitute for.
    • CAPSICUMS, Pickled.
    • CARP, Baked.
    • CARP, Stewed.
    • CARROT JAM, to Imitate Apricot Preserve.
    • CARROT PUDDING, Baked or Boiled.
    • CARROT SOUP.
    • CARROT SOUP.
    • CARROTS, Boiled.
    • CARROTS, to dress, in the German way.
    • CARROTS, Sliced (Entremets, or to be served with the Second Course, as a Side-Dish).
    • CARROTS, Stewed.
    • CAULIFLOWERS à la SAUCE BLANCHE (Entremets, or Side-dish, to be served with the Second Course).
    • CAULIFLOWERS, Boiled.
    • CAULIFLOWERS, with Parmesan Cheese (Entremets, or Side-dish, to be served with the Second Course).
    • CAYENNE CHEESES.
    • CAYENNE VINEGAR, or Essence of Cayenne.
    • CELERY.
    • CELERY SAUCE, for Boiled Turkey, Poultry, &c.
    • CELERY SAUCE (a more simple Recipe).
    • CELERY SOUP.
    • CELERY, Stewed, à la Crême.
    • CELERY, Stewed (with White Sauce).
    • CELERY, Stewed (with White Sauce).
    • CELERY VINEGAR.
    • CHAMPAGNE-CUP.
    • CHARLOTTE-AUX-POMMES.
    • CHARLOTTE-AUX-POMMES, an easy method of making.
    • CHARLOTTE, Russe (an elegant Sweet Entremets).
    • CHEESE.
    • CHEESE, Mode of Serving.
    • CHEESE, Pounded.
    • CHEESE, Toasted, or Scotch Rarebit.
    • CHEESE, Toasted, or Welsh Rarebit.
    • CHEESE SANDWICHES.
    • CHEESECAKES.
    • CHEROKEE, or Store Sauce.
    • CHERRIES, Dried.
    • CHERRIES, Morello, to Preserve.
    • CHERRIES, to Preserve in Syrup (very delicious).
    • CHERRY BRANDY, to make.
    • CHERRY JAM.
    • CHERRY SAUCE, for Sweet Puddings (German Recipe).
    • CHERRY TART.
    • CHESTNUT SAUCE, Brown.
    • CHESTNUT SAUCE, for Fowls or Turkey.
    • CHESTNUT (Spanish) SOUP.
    • CHICKENS, Boiled.
    • CHICKEN BROTH.
    • CHICKEN, Curried.
    • CHICKEN CUTLETS (an Entrée).
    • CHICKEN CUTLETS, French.
    • CHICKEN, Fricasseed (an Entrée).
    • CHICKEN (or Fowl) PATTIES.
    • CHICKEN (or Fowl) PIE.
    • CHICKEN, Potted (a Luncheon or Breakfast Dish).
    • CHICKEN (or Fowl) SALAD.
    • CHILI VINEGAR.
    • CHINA CHILO.
    • CHOCOLATE, to Make.
    • CHOCOLATE CREAM.
    • CHOCOLATE SOUFFLÉ.
    • CLARET-CUP.
    • COCK-A-LEEKIE.
    • COCOA, to Make.
    • COD.
    • COD à la BÉCHAMEL.
    • COD à la CREME.
    • COD à l’ITALIENNE.
    • COD à la MAÎTRE D’HÔTEL.
    • COD, Curried.
    • COD PIE.
    • COD PIE. (Economical.)
    • COD, Salt, commonly called “Salt-fish.”
    • COD SOUNDS
    • COD SOUNDS, en Poule.
    • COD’S HEAD & SHOULDERS.
    • COD’S HEAD & SHOULDERS, to Carve.
    • COFFEE, Essence of.
    • COFFEE, Nutritious.
    • COFFEE, Simple Method of Making.
    • COFFEE, to Make.
    • COFFEE, to Roast. (A French Recipe.)
    • COLLOPS, Scotch.
    • COLLOPS, Scotch, White.
    • COMPÔTE.
    • CONFECTIONARY.
    • COW-HEEL, Fried.
    • COW-HEEL STOCK, for Jellies (More Economical than Calf’s-Feet).
    • COWSLIP WINE.
    • CRAB, to Choose.
    • CRAB, to Dress.
    • CRAB, Hot.
    • CRAB SAUCE, for Fish (equal to Lobster Sauce).
    • CRAYFISH.
    • CRAYFISH, Potted.
    • CRAYFISH SOUP.
    • CREAM à la VALOIS.
    • CREAM CHEESE.
    • CREAM, Devonshire.
    • CREAM, Italian.
    • CREAM SAUCE, for Fish or White Dishes.
    • CREAM, Stone, of tous les Mois.
    • CREAM, Swiss.
    • CREAM, Vanilla.
    • CREAM, Whipped, for putting on Trifles, serving in Glasses, &c.
    • CRUMPETS.
    • CRUST, Butter, for Boiled Puddings.
    • CRUST, Common, for Raised Pies.
    • CRUST, Dripping, for Kitchen Puddings, Pies, &c.
    • CRUST, Lard or Flead.
    • CRUST, Suet, for Pies or Puddings.
    • CRUST, Common Short.
    • CRUST, Very good Short for Fruit Tarts.
    • CRUST, Another good Short.
    • CUCUMBER SAUCE.
    • CUCUMBER SAUCE, White.
    • CUCUMBER SOUP (French Recipe).
    • CUCUMBER VINEGAR (a very nice addition to Salads).
    • CUCUMBERS, to Dress.
    • CUCUMBERS, Fried.
    • CUCUMBERS à la Poulette.
    • CUCUMBERS, Pickled.
    • CUCUMBERS, an excellent way of Preserving.
    • CUCUMBERS, German Method of keeping for Winter use.
    • CUCUMBERS, Stewed.
    • CUCUMBERS, Stewed with Onions.
    • CURRANT DUMPLINGS.
    • CURRANT FRITTERS.
    • CURRANT JAM, Black.
    • CURRANT JAM, Red.
    • CURRANT JELLY, Black.
    • CURRANT JELLY, Red.
    • CURRANT JELLY, White.
    • CURRANT PUDDING, Boiled (Plain and Economical).
    • CURRANT PUDDING, Black or Red.
    • CURRANT AND RASPBERRY TART, Red.
    • CURRANTS, Iced, for Dessert.
    • CURRY.
    • CURRY ST. LEONARDS.
    • CURRY-POWDER (Founded on Dr. Kitchener’s Recipe).
    • CURRY-POWDER (Capt. White’s Recipe; most excellent).
    • CUSTARDS, Boiled.
    • CUSTARD PUDDING, Baked.
    • CUSTARD PUDDING, Boiled.
    • CUSTARD SAUCE, for Sweet Puddings or Tarts.
    • CUSTARD TARTLETS, or Fanchonnettes.
    • CUTLET, the Invalid’s.
    • CUTLETS, Mutton, Italian.
    • CUTLETS of Cold Mutton.
    • DAMPFNUDELN, or German Puddings.
    • DAMSON CHEESE.
    • DAMSON JAM.
    • DAMSON PUDDING.
    • DAMSON TART.
    • DAMSONS, Baked, for Winter use.
    • DAMSONS, Compôte of.
    • DAMSONS, Preserved.
    • DAMSONS, or any kind of Plums, to Preserve. (Useful in Winter.)
    • DARIOLES À LA VANILLE. (Sweet Entremets.)
    • DECEMBER—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinners for 6 persons.
    • DECEMBER, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • DECEMBER, Things in Season.
    • DESSERT.
    • DESSERT DISHES.
    • DEVONSHIRE JUNKET.
    • DINNER,
    • Service a la Russe (July).
    • Service a la Russe (November).
    • DORMERS.
    • DRAUGHT for Summer.
    • DRINK, Pleasant, for Warm Weather.
    • DRIPPING, to Clarify.
    • DUCK, Hashed.
    • DUCKS, Roast.
    • DUCK, Roast, to carve.
    • DUCK AND PEAS, Stewed.
    • DUCK AND PEAS, Stewed.
    • DUCK, Stewed, in Turnips.
    • DUCK, to Ragoût a whole.
    • DUCK, Wild, Hashed.
    • DUCK, Wild, Ragoût of.
    • DUCK, Wild, Roast.
    • DUCK, Wild, to Carve.
    • DUMPLINGS, Sussex, or Hard.
    • DUTCH FLUMMERY.
    • EEL BROTH.
    • EEL PIE.
    • EEL SOUP.
    • EELS, Boiled.
    • EEL, Collared.
    • EELS, Fried.
    • EELS, en Matelote.
    • EELS, Stewed.
    • EELS, Stewed.
    • EELS, à la Tartare.
    • EGGS.
    • EGG BALLS, for Soups and made Dishes.
    • EGG SAUCE, for Salt Fish.
    • EGG SOUP.
    • EGG WINE.
    • EGGS, to Boil for Breakfast, Salads, &c.
    • EGGS, Buttered.
    • EGGS, to Choose.
    • EGGS, Ducks’.
    • EGGS, Fried.
    • EGGS à la Maître d’Hôtel.
    • EGGS, to Pickle.
    • EGGS AU PLAT, or AU MIROIR, served on the Dish in which they are Cooked.
    • EGGS, Plovers’.
    • EGGS, Poached.
    • EGGS, Poached, with Cream.
    • EGGS, Scotch.
    • EGGS, Snow, or Œufs à la Neige (a very pretty Supper Dish).
    • EGGS, to keep Fresh for several Weeks.
    • EGGS, à la Tripe.
    • ELDER WINE.
    • ENDIVE.
    • ENDIVE, à la Française.
    • ENDIVE, Stewed.
    • ESPAGNOLE, or Brown Spanish Sauce.
    • FEBRUARY—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinners for 6 persons.
    • FEBRUARY, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • FEBRUARY, Things in Season.
    • FENNEL SAUCE, for Mackerel.
    • FIG PUDDING.
    • FIG PUDDING (Staffordshire Recipe).
    • FIGS, Compôte of Green.
    • FISH.
    • FISH, General Directions for Dressing.
    • FISH, General Directions for Carving.
    • FISH CAKE.
    • FISH AND OYSTER PIE.
    • FISH PIE, with Tench and Eels.
    • FISH SAUCE.
    • FISH, Scalloped.
    • FISH, Scalloped.
    • FISH STOCK.
    • FLOUNDERS, Boiled.
    • FLOUNDERS, Fried.
    • FLOWERS, Almond.
    • FLOWERS, to Preserve Cut.
    • FLOWERS, to Revive after Packing.
    • FONDUE.
    • FONDUE, Brillat Savarin’s (an excellent Recipe).
    • FOOD FOR INFANTS, and its Preparation.
    • FORCEMEATS.
    • FORCEMEAT BALLS, for Fish Soups.
    • FORCEMEAT, French.
    • FORCEMEAT, for Cold Savoury Pies.
    • FORCEMEAT, for Pike, Carp, Haddock, and various Kinds of Fish.
    • FORCEMEAT, for Baked Pike.
    • FORCEMEAT, or QUENELLES, for Turtle Soup. (Soyer’s Recipe.)
    • FORCEMEAT VEAL, or VEAL QUENELLES.
    • FORCEMEAT for Veal, Turkeys, Fowls, Hare, &c.
    • FOWLS, Boiled, à la Béchamel.
    • FOWLS, Boiled, to Carve.
    • FOWL, Boiled, with Oysters. (Excellent.)
    • FOWLS, Broiled, and Mushroom Sauce.
    • FOWL, Boiled, and Rice.
    • FOWLS, to Bone, for Fricassees, Curries, and Pies.
    • FOWL, Croquettes of (an Entrée).
    • FOWL AND RICE, Croquettes of (an Entrée).
    • FOWL, Curried.
    • FOWL, Fricasseed.
    • FOWLS, Fried.
    • FOWLS, Fried.
    • FOWLS, Fried, and French Beans.
    • FOWL au Gratin.
    • FOWL, Hashed. An Entrée.
    • FOWL, Hashed, Indian Fashion (an Entrée).
    • FOWL, an Indian Dish of (an Entrée).
    • FOWL à la Mayonnaise.
    • FOWL, Minced (an Entrée).
    • FOWL, Minced, à la Béchamel.
    • FOWL, Ragoût of.
    • FOWLS, Roast.
    • FOWL, Roast, to Carve.
    • FOWL, Roast, Stuffed.
    • FOWL SAUTE with Peas (an Entrée).
    • FOWL SCOLLOPS.
    • FRENCH TERMS used in modern Household Cookery, explained.
    • FRITTERS, Indian.
    • FRITTERS, Plain.
    • FRUIT, to Bottle Fresh. (Very useful in Winter.)
    • FRUIT, to Bottle Fresh.
    • FRUIT, to Bottle Fresh, with Sugar. (Very useful in Winter.)
    • FRUIT TURNOVERS (suitable for Pic-Nics).
    • GAME, Hashed.
    • GERMAN PUFFS.
    • GHERKINS, Pickled.
    • GIBLET PIE.
    • GIBLET SOUP.
    • GINGER, Apple. (A Dessert Dish.)
    • GINGER-BEER.
    • GINGER CREAM.
    • GINGER, Preserved,
    • GINGER PUDDING.
    • GINGER WINE.
    • GINGERBREAD, Thick.
    • GINGERBREAD, White.
    • GINGERBREAD-NUTS, Rich Sweetmeats.
    • GINGERBREAD-NUTS, Sunderland. (An Excellent Recipe.)
    • GLAZE for covering Cold Hams, Tongues, &c.
    • GLAZE-KETTLE.
    • GLAZE, to, Cold Joints, &c.
    • GOLDEN PUDDING.
    • GOOSE, Green.
    • GOOSE, Hashed.
    • GOOSE, Roast.
    • GOOSE, Roast, to Carve.
    • GOOSE STUFFING, Soyer’s Recipe for.
    • GOOSEBERRIES, Compôte of.
    • GOOSEBERRY CHIPS. (Useful for Dessert.)
    • GOOSEBERRY FOOL.
    • GOOSEBERRY JAM.
    • GOOSEBERRY JAM.
    • GOOSEBERRY JAM, White or Green.
    • GOOSEBERRY JELLY.
    • GOOSEBERRY PUDDING, Baked.
    • GOOSEBERRY PUDDING, Boiled.
    • GOOSEBERRY SAUCE for Boiled Mackerel.
    • GOOSEBERRY TART.
    • GOOSEBERRY TRIFLE.
    • GOOSEBERRY VINEGAR. (An Excellent Recipe.)
    • GOOSEBERRY WINE, Effervescing.
    • GRAVIES, General Stock for
    • GRAVY, a Good Beef, for Poultry, Game, &c.
    • GRAVY, Beef, a Quickly Made.
    • GRAVY, Brown.
    • GRAVY, Brown, without Meat.
    • GRAVY, Cheap, for Minced Veal
    • GRAVY, Cheap, for Hashes, &c.
    • GRAVY for Roast Meat.
    • GRAVY for Venison.
    • GRAVY, Jugged (Excellent).
    • GRAVY-KETTLE.
    • GRAVY made without Meat for Fowls.
    • GRAVY, Rich, for Hashes, Ragoûts, &c.
    • GRAVY SOUP.
    • GRAVY, Veal, for White Sauces, Fricassees, &c.
    • GREENGAGE JAM.
    • GREENGAGES, Compôte of.
    • GREENGAGES, to Preserve and Dry.
    • GREENGAGES, Preserved in Syrup.
    • GREENS, Boiled Turnip.
    • GROUSE PIE.
    • GROUSE, Roast.
    • GROUSE, to Carve.
    • GROUSE SALAD (Soyer’s Recipe improved.)
    • GRUEL, to make.
    • GUDGEONS.
    • GUINEA-FOWL, Roast, Larded.
    • GURNET, or GURNARD.
    • HADDOCK, Baked.
    • HADDOCK, Boiled.
    • HADDOCK, Dried.
    • HADDOCK, Dried.
    • HAM OMELET (a delicious Breakfast Dish).
    • HAM, FRIED, AND EGGS (a Breakfast Dish).
    • HAM, Potted, that will keep Good for some time.
    • HAM, Potted (a nice addition to the Breakfast or Luncheon table).
    • HAM, to Bake.
    • HAM, to Boil.
    • HAM, how to Boil to give it an excellent flavour.
    • HAM, to Carve.
    • HAMS, for Curing (Mons. Ude’s Recipe).
    • HAMS, to Cure Sweet, in the Westmoreland way.
    • HAMS, to Pickle (Suffolk Recipe).
    • HAMS, to Salt Two, about 12 or 15 lbs. each.
    • HAMS, to Smoke, at Home.
    • HARE, Broiled (a Supper or Luncheon Dish).
    • HARE, Hashed.
    • HARE, Jugged (very good).
    • HARE, Jugged (a Quicker and more Economical Way).
    • HARE, Potted (a Luncheon or Breakfast Dish).
    • HARE, Roast.
    • HARE, Roast, to Carve.
    • HARE SOUP.
    • HARE SOUP.
    • HERB POWDER, for Flavouring when Fresh Herbs are not obtainable.
    • HERBS, to Dry, for Winter Use.
    • HERRINGS, White, Baked.
    • HERRINGS, Red or YARMOUTH BLOATERS.
    • HIDDEN MOUNTAIN, The (a pretty Supper Dish).
    • HODGE-PODGE.
    • HODGE-PODGE.
    • HOLLY-LEAVES, to Frost, for Garnishing and Decorating Dessert and Supper Dishes.
    • HONEY CAKE.
    • HORSERADISH.
    • HORSERADISH SAUCE, to serve with Roast Beef.
    • HORSERADISH VINEGAR.
    • HOT SPICE (a Delicious Adjunct to Chops, Steaks, Gravies, &c.)
    • ICE-CREAMS, Fruit.
    • ICE, Lemon-water.
    • ICED-PUDDING (Parisian Recipe).
    • ICES.
    • ICES, to make Fruit-water.
    • ICING, Almond, for Cakes.
    • ICING, Sugar, for Cakes.
    • INVALID COOKERY.
    • INVALID’S CUTLET.
    • INVALID’S JELLY.
    • INVALIDS, Lemonade for.
    • JAM ROLY-POLY PUDDING.
    • JANUARY—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinners for 6 persons.
    • JANUARY, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • JANUARY, Things in Season.
    • JAUNEMANGE.
    • JELLIES
    • JELLIES, Bottled, How to Mould.
    • JELLY, Isinglass, or Gelatine.
    • JELLY-BAG, How to make a.
    • JELLY Moulded with fresh Fruit, or Macedoine de Fruits.
    • JELLY, ORANGE, Moulded with slices of Orange.
    • JELLY of Two Colours.
    • JELLY, Open, with whipped Cream (a very pretty dish).
    • JELLY, Savoury, for Meat Pies.
    • JELLY, to make the Stock for, and to Clarify it.
    • JOHN DORY.
    • JUNE—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinner for 6 persons.
    • JUNE, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • JUNE, Things in Season.
    • JULY—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinner for 6 persons.
    • JULY, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • JULY, Things in Season.
    • JULIENNE, Soup à la.
    • KALE BROSE (a Scotch Recipe).
    • KEGEREE.
    • KIDNEYS, Broiled (a Breakfast or Supper Dish).
    • KIDNEYS, Fried.
    • KIDNEY OMELET (a favourite French Dish).
    • KIDNEYS, Stewed.
    • LAMB.
    • LAMB, Breast of, and Green Peas.
    • LAMB, Stewed Breast of.
    • LAMB, Fore-quarter of, to Carve.
    • LAMB CUTLETS.
    • LAMB, Cutlets and Spinach (an Entrée).
    • LAMB, Roast Fore-quarter of.
    • LAMB’S FRY.
    • LAMB, Hashed, and Broiled Blade-Bone.
    • LAMB, Boiled Leg of, à la Béchamel.
    • LAMB, Roast Leg of.
    • LAMB, Braised Loin of.
    • LAMB, Roast Saddle of.
    • LAMB, Roast Shoulder of.
    • LAMB, Shoulder of, Stuffed.
    • LANDRAIL, Roast, or Corn-Crake.
    • LANDRAIL, to Carve.
    • LARD, to Melt.
    • LARDING.
    • LARK PIE (an Entrée).
    • LARKS, Roast.
    • LEEK SOUP.
    • LEMON BISCUITS.
    • LEMON BLANCMANGE.
    • LEMON CAKE.
    • LEMON CHEESECAKES.
    • LEMON CREAM.
    • LEMON CREAM, Economical.
    • LEMON CREAMS, Very Good.
    • LEMON CREAMS, or Custards.
    • LEMON DUMPLINGS.
    • LEMON JELLY.
    • LEMON MINCEMEAT.
    • LEMON-PEEL.
    • LEMON PUDDING, Baked.
    • LEMON PUDDING, Baked.
    • LEMON PUDDING, Baked (Very Rich).
    • LEMON PUDDING, Boiled.
    • LEMON PUDDING, Plain.
    • LEMON SAUCE, for Boiled Fowl.
    • LEMON WHITE SAUCE, for Fowls, Fricassees, &c.
    • LEMON SAUCE, for Sweet Puddings.
    • LEMON SPONGE.
    • LEMON SYRUP.
    • LEMONS, to Pickle, with the Peel on.
    • LEMONS, to Pickle, without the Peel.
    • LEMON WINE.
    • LEMONADE.
    • LEMONADE, Nourishing.
    • LETTUCES.
    • LEVERET, to Dress a.
    • LIAISON OF EGGS, for Thickening Sauces.
    • LIQUEUR JELLY.
    • LIVER AND LEMON SAUCE, for Poultry.
    • LIVER AND PARSLEY SAUCE, for Poultry.
    • LOBSTERS, to Boil.
    • LOBSTER CURRY (an Entrée).
    • LOBSTER CUTLETS (an Entrée).
    • LOBSTERS, to Dress.
    • LOBSTER, Hot.
    • LOBSTER PATTIES (an Entrée).
    • LOBSTER, Potted.
    • LOBSTER (à la Mode Française).
    • LOBSTER SALAD.
    • LOBSTER SAUCE, to serve with Turbot, Salmon, Brill, &c. (very Good.)
    • LOBSTER SOUP.
    • LUNCHEONS.
    • MACARONI, as usually served with the CHEESE COURSE.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • MACARONI, Sweet Pudding.
    • MACARONI SOUP.
    • MACARONI, a Sweet Dish of.
    • MACAROONS.
    • MACKEREL.
    • MACKEREL, Baked.
    • MACKEREL, Boiled.
    • MACKEREL, Broiled.
    • MACKEREL, Fillets of.
    • MACKEREL, Pickled.
    • MACKEREL, Potted.
    • MAIGRE SOUP (i.e., Soup without Meat).
    • MAIZE, Boiled.
    • MALT WINE.
    • MANNA KROUP PUDDING.
    • MARCH—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinner for 6 persons.
    • MARCH, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • MARCH, Things in Season.
    • MARMALADE AND VERMICELLI PUDDING.
    • MARROW-BONES, Boiled.
    • MARROW DUMPLINGS, to serve with Roast Meat, in Soup, with Salad, &c.
    • MARROW PUDDING, Baked or Boiled.
    • MAY—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 10 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinner for 6 persons.
    • MAY, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • MAY, Things in Season.
    • MAYONNAISE, a Sauce or Salad-Dressing for cold Chicken, Meat, and other cold Dishes.
    • MELONS.
    • MERINGUES.
    • MILK.
    • MILK AND CREAM, to keep, in hot Weather.
    • MILK AND CREAM, Separation of.
    • MILK AND CREAM, Substitute for, in Tea and Coffee.
    • MILK SOUP (a nice Dish for Children).
    • MINCE PIES.
    • MINCEMEAT.
    • MINCEMEAT, Excellent.
    • MINT SAUCE, to serve with Roast Lamb.
    • MINT VINEGAR.
    • MOCK TURTLE SOUP.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • MUFFINS.
    • MULBERRIES, Preserved.
    • MULLAGATAWNY SOUP.
    • MULLET, Grey.
    • MULLET, Red.
    • MUSHROOM KETCHUP.
    • MUSHROOM POWDER (a valuable addition to Sauces and Gravies, when fresh Mushrooms are not obtainable).
    • MUSHROOM SAUCE, very rich and good, to serve with Fowls or Rabbits.
    • MUSHROOM SAUCE, Brown, to serve with Roast Meat, &c.
    • MUSHROOM SAUCE, White, to serve with Boiled Fowls, Cutlets, &c.
    • MUSHROOM SAUCE, White, to serve with Boiled Fowls, Cutlets, &c. (a more simple Method).
    • MUSHROOMS, Baked (a Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper Dish).
    • MUSHROOMS, Broiled (a Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper Dish).
    • MUSHROOMS, Dried.
    • MUSHROOMS, Pickled.
    • MUSHROOMS, to Preserve.
    • MUSHROOMS, Stewed.
    • MUSHROOMS, Stewed in Gravy.
    • MUSTARD, How to Mix.
    • MUSTARD, Indian, an excellent Relish to Bread and Butter, or any cold Meat.
    • MUSTARD, Tartar.
    • MUTTON.
    • MUTTON, Baked Minced.
    • MUTTON, Boiled Breast of, and Caper Sauce.
    • MUTTON, an excellent way to cook a Breast of.
    • MUTTON, Broiled, and Tomato Sauce.
    • MUTTON BROTH, to Make.
    • MUTTON BROTH, to Make Quickly.
    • MUTTON, Haunch of, to Carve.
    • MUTTON, Leg of, to Carve.
    • MUTTON, Loin of, to Carve.
    • MUTTON, Saddle of, to Carve.
    • MUTTON, Shoulder of, to Carve.
    • MUTTON CHOPS, Broiled.
    • MUTTON-COLLOPS.
    • MUTTON, Curried.
    • MUTTON CUTLETS, with Mashed Potatoes.
    • MUTTON, Braised Fillet of, with French Beans.
    • MUTTON, Haricot.
    • MUTTON, Haricot.
    • MUTTON, Haricot.
    • MUTTON, Hashed.
    • MUTTON, Roast Haunch of.
    • MUTTON, Boiled Leg of.
    • MUTTON, Boned Leg of, Stuffed.
    • MUTTON, Braised Leg of.
    • MUTTON, Roast Leg of.
    • MUTTON, Roast Loin of.
    • MUTTON, Rolled loin of (very Excellent).
    • MUTTON, Boiled Neck of.
    • MUTTON, Ragoût of Cold Neck of.
    • MUTTON, Roast Neck of.
    • MUTTON PIE.
    • MUTTON PIE.
    • MUTTON PUDDING.
    • MUTTON, Roast Saddle of.
    • MUTTON, Roast Shoulder of.
    • MUTTON SOUP, Good.
    • NASTURTIUMS, Pickled (a very good Substitute for Capers).
    • NECTARINES, Preserved.
    • NECTAR, Welsh.
    • NEGUS, to make.
    • NOVEMBER—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinners for 6 persons.
    • NOVEMBER, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • NOVEMBER, Things in Season.
    • NOVEMBER—BILLS OF FARE FOR A GAME DINNER.
    • NOYEAU CREAM.
    • NOYEAU, Home-made.
    • OCTOBER—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinners for 6 persons.
    • OCTOBER, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • OCTOBER, Things in Season.
    • OMELET.
    • OMELET, The Cure’s, or Omelette au Thon.
    • OMELETTE AUX CONFITURES, or Jam Omelet.
    • OMELET, Bachelor’s.
    • OMELET, Plain Sweet.
    • OMELETTE SOUFFLÉ.
    • ONION SAUCE, Brown.
    • ONION SAUCE, French, or Soubise.
    • ONION SAUCE, White, for Boiled Rabbits, Roast Shoulder of Mutton, &c.
    • ONION SOUP.
    • ONION SOUP, Cheap.
    • ONIONS, Burnt, for Gravies.
    • ONIONS, Pickled (a very simple Method, and exceedingly Good).
    • ONIONS, Pickled.
    • ONIONS, Spanish, Baked.
    • ONIONS, Spanish, Pickled.
    • ONIONS, Spanish, Stewed.
    • ORANGE BRANDY. (Excellent.)
    • ORANGE CREAM.
    • ORANGE CREAMS.
    • ORANGE FRITTERS.
    • ORANGE GRAVY, for Wildfowl, Widgeon, Teal, &c.
    • ORANGE JELLY.
    • ORANGE MARMALADE.
    • ORANGE MARMALADE.
    • ORANGE MARMALADE, made with Honey.
    • ORANGE MARMALADE, Pounded.
    • ORANGE PUDDING, Baked.
    • ORANGE PUDDING, Seville.
    • ORANGE SALAD.
    • ORANGE WINE, a very Simple and Easy Method of Making a very Superior.
    • ORANGES, Compôte of.
    • ORANGES, a Pretty Dish of.
    • ORANGES, Iced.
    • ORANGES, Preserved.
    • OX, The.
    • OX-CHEEK SOUP.
    • OX-CHEEK, Stewed.
    • OX-TAIL, Broiled (an Entrée).
    • OX-TAIL SOUP.
    • OX-TAILS, Stewed.
    • OYSTER, Forcemeat for Roast or Boiled Turkey.
    • OYSTER KETCHUP.
    • OYSTER PATTIES (an Entrée).
    • OYSTER SAUCE, to serve with Fish, Boiled Poultry, &c.
    • OYSTER SOUP.
    • OYSTER SOUP.
    • OYSTERS, Fried.
    • OYSTERS Fried in Batter.
    • OYSTERS, to Keep.
    • OYSTERS, Pickled.
    • OYSTERS, Scalloped.
    • OYSTERS, Scalloped.
    • OYSTERS, Stewed.
    • PANCAKES.
    • PANCAKES.
    • PANCAKES, French.
    • PANCAKES, Snow.
    • PAN KAIL.
    • PARSLEY AND BUTTER, to serve with Calf’s Head, Boiled Fowls, &c.
    • PARSLEY, Fried, for Garnishing.
    • PARSLEY JUICE, for Colouring various Dishes.
    • PARSLEY, to Preserve through the Winter.
    • PARSNIP SOUP.
    • PARSNIPS, Boiled.
    • PARTRIDGE, Broiled (a Luncheon, Breakfast, or Supper Dish).
    • PARTRIDGE PIE.
    • PARTRIDGE, Potted.
    • PARTRIDGE, Roast.
    • PARTRIDGE SOUP.
    • PARTRIDGES, to Carve.
    • PARTRIDGES, Hashed, or Salmi de Perdrix.
    • PASTE, Common, for Family Pies.
    • PASTE, Puff, French, or Feuilletage (Founded on M. Ude’s Recipe).
    • PASTE, Puff, very Good.
    • PASTE, Puff, Medium.
    • PASTE, Puff (Soyer’s Recipe).
    • PASTRY AND PUDDINGS, Directions in connection with the making of.
    • PASTRY, to Ice or Glaze.
    • PASTRY SANDWICHES.
    • PATE BRISEE, Crust French, for Raised Pies.
    • PATTIES, Fried.
    • PEA SOUP (Inexpensive).
    • PEA SOUP (Green).
    • PEA SOUP, Winter (Yellow).
    • PEACHES, Compôte of.
    • PEACH FRITTERS.
    • PEACHES PRESERVED IN BRANDY.
    • PEARS, Baked.
    • PEARS à L’ALLEMANDE.
    • PEARS, Moulded.
    • PEARS, Preserved.
    • PEARS, Stewed.
    • PEAS, Boiled Green.
    • PEAS, Green, à la Française.
    • PEAS, Stewed Green.
    • PERCH, Boiled.
    • PERCH, Fried.
    • PERCH, Stewed with Wine.
    • PETITES BOUCHÉES.
    • PHEASANT.
    • PHEASANT, Broiled (a Breakfast or Luncheon Dish).
    • PHEASANT, to Carve.
    • PHEASANT CUTLETS.
    • PHEASANT, Roast.
    • PHEASANT, Roast, Brillat Savarin’s Recipe (à la Sainte Alliance).
    • PHEASANT SOUP.
    • PICKLE, an Excellent.
    • PICKLE, Indian (very Superior).
    • PICKLE, Mixed (very good).
    • PICKLE for Tongues or Beef (Newmarket Recipe).
    • PICKLE, Universal.
    • PICKLES.
    • PICNIC FOR 40 PERSONS, Bill of Fare for.
    • PICNIC, Things not to be forgotten at.
    • PIG, Sucking, to Carve.
    • PIG, Sucking, Roast.
    • PIG, Sucking, to Scald a.
    • PIGS’ CHEEKS, to Dry.
    • PIG’S FACE, Collared (a Breakfast or Luncheon Dish).
    • PIG’S FRY, to Dress.
    • PIG’S LIVER (a Savoury and Economical Dish).
    • PIG’S PETTITOES.
    • PIGEON, to Carve.
    • PIGEON PIE (Epsom Grand-Stand Recipe).
    • PIGEONS, Broiled.
    • PIGEONS, Roast.
    • PIGEONS, Stewed.
    • PIKE, Baked.
    • PIKE, Boiled.
    • PILLAU FOWL, based on M. Soyer’s Recipe (an Indian Dish).
    • PINEAPPLE CHIPS.
    • PINEAPPLE FRITTERS (an elegant dish).
    • PINEAPPLE, Preserved.
    • PINEAPPLE, Preserved, for present use.
    • PIPPINS, Normandy, Stewed.
    • PLAICE, Fried.
    • PLAICE, Stewed.
    • PLOVERS, to Carve.
    • PLOVERS, to Dress.
    • PLUM CAKE, Common.
    • PLUM CAKE, a Nice.
    • PLUM JAM.
    • PLUM PUDDING, Baked.
    • PLUM PUDDING, Excellent, made without Eggs.
    • PLUM PUDDING, Unrivalled.
    • PLUM PUDDING, a Plain Christmas, for Children.
    • PLUM PUDDING, Christmas (very good).
    • PLUM PUDDING (a Pound).
    • PLUM PUDDING (Fresh Fruit).
    • PLUM TART.
    • PLUMS, French, Stewed (a Dessert dish).
    • PLUMS (Preserved).
    • PLUMS, to Preserve Dry.
    • PORK.
    • PORK CHEESE (an Excellent Breakfast Dish).
    • PORK CUTLETS, or Chops.
    • PORK CUTLETS, or Chops.
    • PORK CUTLETS.
    • PORK, Roast Griskin of.
    • PORK, Hashed.
    • PORK, Boiled Leg of.
    • PORK, Roast Leg of.
    • PORK, Leg of, to Carve.
    • PORK, Roast Loin of.
    • PORK, to Pickle.
    • PORK, Pickled, to Boil.
    • PORK PIES (Warwickshire Recipe).
    • PORK PIES, Little Raised.
    • POTATO FRITTERS.
    • POTATO PASTY.
    • POTATO PUDDING.
    • POTATO RISSOLES.
    • POTATO SALAD.
    • POTATO SNOW.
    • POTATO SOUP.
    • POTATO SOUP.
    • POTATO SOUP (very Economical).
    • POTATOES, Baked.
    • POTATOES, to Boil.
    • POTATOES, to Boil in their Jackets.
    • POTATOES, New, to Boil.
    • POTATOES, Fried (French Fashion).
    • POTATOES, a German Method of Cooking.
    • POTATOES, à la Maître d’Hôtel.
    • POTATOES, Mashed.
    • POTATOES, Very Thin-mashed, or, Purée de Pommes de Terre.
    • POTATOES, how to use Cold.
    • POTATOES, to Steam.
    • POULET AUX CRESSONS.
    • POULET À LA MARENGO.
    • POUND CAKE.
    • PRAWN SOUP.
    • PRAWNS, to Dress.
    • PRESERVES.
    • PTARMIGAN, the, or White Grouse.
    • PTARMIGAN, to Dress the.
    • PTARMIGAN, to Carve.
    • PUDDING, Alma.
    • PUDDING, Aunt Nelly’s.
    • PUDDING, a Bachelor’s.
    • PUDDING, Bakewell (very Rich).
    • PUDDING, Bakewell.
    • PUDDING, Baroness (Author’s Recipe).
    • PUDDING, Royal Coburg.
    • PUDDING, Cold.
    • PUDDING, College.
    • PUDDING, Comarques (Excellent).
    • PUDDING, Delhi.
    • PUDDING, Empress.
    • PUDDING, Exeter (Very Rich).
    • PUDDING-PIES, Folkestone.
    • PUDDING, German.
    • PUDDING, Half-Pay.
    • PUDDING, Herodotus.
    • PUDDING, Hunter’s.
    • PUDDING, Manchester (to eat Cold).
    • PUDDING, Mansfield.
    • PUDDING, Marlborough.
    • PUDDING, Military.
    • PUDDING, Monday’s.
    • PUDDING, Nesselrode (a fashionable Iced Pudding—Carême’s Recipe).
    • PUDDING, Paradise.
    • PUDDING, Pease.
    • PUDDING, Quickly-Made.
    • PUDDING, Somersetshire.
    • PUDDING, Vicarage.
    • PUDDING, West-Indian.
    • PUDDING, Yorkshire, to serve with hot Roast Beef.
    • PUFF-PASTE RINGS, or Puits d’Amour.
    • PUMPKIN, Preserved.
    • PUNCH, to make Hot.
    • QUAILS, to Dress.
    • QUAILS.
    • QUINCE JELLY.
    • QUINCE MARMALADE.
    • RABBIT, Boiled.
    • RABBIT, Curried.
    • RABBIT, Fried.
    • RABBIT, à la Minute.
    • RABBIT PIE.
    • RABBIT OR HARE, Ragoût of.
    • RABBIT, Roast or Baked.
    • RABBIT SOUP.
    • RABBIT, Stewed.
    • RABBIT STEWED, Larded.
    • RABBITS, Stewed in Milk.
    • RABBITS, to carve.
    • RAISED PIE, of Poultry or Game.
    • RAISED PIE, of Veal and Ham.
    • RAISIN CHEESE.
    • RAISIN PUDDING, Boiled. (Plain and Economical).
    • RAISIN PUDDING, Baked. (Plain and Economical.)
    • RAMAKINS, to serve with the Cheese Course.
    • RAMAKINS PASTRY, to serve with the Cheese Course.
    • RASPBERRY CREAM.
    • RASPBERRY JAM.
    • RASPBERRY JELLY.
    • RASPBERRY VINEGAR.
    • RATAFIAS.
    • RAVIGOTTE, a French Salad Sauce (Mons. Ude’s Recipe).
    • REMOULADE, or French Salad-Dressing.
    • RHUBARB JAM.
    • RHUBARB AND ORANGE JAM, to resemble Scotch Marmalade.
    • RHUBARB PUDDING, Boiled.
    • RHUBARB TART.
    • RHUBARB WINE.
    • RICE BISCUITS, or Cakes.
    • RICE BLANCMANGE.
    • RICE BREAD.
    • RICE, Buttered.
    • RICE CAKE.
    • RICE, SAVOURY CASSEROLE OF; or Rice Border, for Ragoûts, Fricassées, &c. (An Entrée.)
    • RICE, SWEET CASSEROLE OF (an Entremets).
    • RICE CROQUETTES.
    • RICE FRITTERS.
    • RICE-MILK.
    • RICE PUDDING, Baked.
    • RICE PUDDING, Baked (Plain and Economical; a nice Pudding for Children).
    • RICE PUDDING, Plain Boiled.
    • RICE PUDDING, Boiled.
    • RICE PUDDING, Boiled (with Dried or Fresh Fruit; a nice Dish for the Nursery).
    • RICE PUDDING, French, or Gâteau de Riz.
    • RICE PUDDING, Baked or Boiled Ground.
    • RICE PUDDING, Iced.
    • RICE PUDDINGS, Miniature.
    • RICE SNOWBALLS (A Pretty Dish for Juvenile Suppers).
    • RICE SOUFFLÉ.
    • RICE SOUP.
    • RICE SOUP.
    • RICE for Curries, &c., Boiled.
    • RICE, To Boil, for Curries, &c. (Soyer’s Recipe.)
    • ROASTING, Memoranda in.
    • ROLLS, Excellent.
    • ROLLS, Hot.
    • ROLLS, Fluted.
    • ROUX, Brown, a French Thickening for Gravies and Sauces.
    • ROUX, White, for thickening White Sauces.
    • RUMP-STEAK, Fried.
    • RUMP-STEAK AND KIDNEY PUDDING.
    • RUMP-STEAK AND OYSTER SAUCE.
    • RUMP-STEAK or BEEF-STEAK, Broiled.
    • RUMP-STEAK PIE.
    • RUMP-STEAK PUDDING, Baked.
    • RUMP-STEAK, Rolled, Roasted, and Stuffed.
    • RUMP-STEAK WITH FRIED POTATOES, or BIFTEK AUX POMMES-DE-TERRE (à la Mode Française).
    • RUMP- or BEEF-STEAK, Stewed (an Entrée).
    • RUSKS, to make (Suffolk Recipe).
    • RUSKS, Italian.
    • SAGE-AND-ONION STUFFING, for Geese, Ducks, and Pork.
    • SAGO PUDDING.
    • SAGO SAUCE FOR SWEET PUDDINGS.
    • SAGO SOUP.
    • SALAD, Boiled.
    • SALAD DRESSING (Excellent).
    • SALAD DRESSING (Excellent).
    • SALAD DRESSING (Excellent).
    • SALAD, French.
    • SALAD, Fresh Fruit (A Dessert Dish).
    • SALAD, Red Cabbage.
    • SALAD, Summer.
    • SALAD, Winter.
    • SALMON (à la Genévése).
    • SALMON, Boiled.
    • SALMON AND CAPER SAUCE.
    • SALMON, Collared.
    • SALMON, Crimped.
    • SALMON, Curried.
    • SALMON CUTLETS.
    • SALMON, Pickled.
    • SALMON, Potted.
    • SALMON, to Cure.
    • SALMON, to Help.
    • SALSIFY, to Dress.
    • SANDWICHES, Victoria.
    • SAUCES, General Remarks upon.
    • SAUCE à L’AURORE, for Trout, Soles, &c.
    • SAUCE à la MATELOTE, for Fish.
    • SAUCE ALLEMANDE,or German Sauce.
    • SAUCE ARISTOCRATIQUE (a Store Sauce).
    • SAUCE, Benton (to serve with Hot or Cold Roast Beef).
    • SAUCE, Mango Chetney, Bengal Recipe for Making.
    • SAUCE, Bread (to serve with Roast Turkey, Fowl, Game, &c).
    • SAUCE, Bread (to serve with Roast Turkey, Fowl, Game, &c).
    • SAUCE, Christopher North’s, for Meat or Game.
    • SAUCE, Dutch, for Fish.
    • SAUCE, Green Dutch, or Hollandaise Verte.
    • SAUCE, Epicurean, for Steaks, Chops, Gravies, or Fish.
    • SAUCE, Genévése, for Salmon, Trout, &c.
    • SAUCE, Green, for Green Geese or Ducklings.
    • SAUCE, Indian Chetney.
    • SAUCE, Italian (Brown).
    • SAUCE, Italian (White).
    • SAUCE, Leamington (an Excellent Sauce for Flavouring Gravies, Hashes, Soups, &c.—Author’s Recipe).
    • SAUCE, Maître d’Hôtel (Hot), to serve with Calf’s Head, Boiled Eels, and different Fish.
    • SAUCE, Maigre Maître d’Hôtel (Hot.—Made without Meat).
    • SAUCE PIQUANTE, for Cutlets, Roast Meat, &c.
    • SAUCE, a Good, for Various Boiled Puddings.
    • SAUCE, Plum-Pudding.
    • SAUCE, Quin’s, an Excellent Fish Sauce.
    • SAUCE, Reading.
    • SAUCE, Robert, for Steaks, &c.
    • SAUCE, Soyer’s, for Plum-Pudding.
    • SAUCE, a Good, for Steaks.
    • SAUCE, Sweet, for Puddings.
    • SAUCE, Sweet, for Venison.
    • SAUCE, Tournée.
    • SAUCE FOR WILDFOWL.
    • SAUSAGE-MEAT, Fried.
    • SAUSAGE-MEAT STUFFING FOR TURKEYS.
    • SAUSAGE OR MEAT ROLLS.
    • SAUSAGES, Beef.
    • SAUSAGES, Fried.
    • SAUSAGES, Pork (Author’s Oxford Recipe).
    • SAUSAGES, Veal.
    • SAVOY CAKE.
    • SEA-BREAM, Baked.
    • SEA-KALE, Boiled.
    • SEED BISCUITS.
    • SEED-CAKE, Common.
    • SEED-CAKE, a Very Good.
    • SEMOLINA PUDDING, Baked.
    • SEMOLINA SOUP.
    • SEPTEMBER—BILLS OF FARE.
    • Dinner for 12 persons.
    • Dinner for 8 persons.
    • Dinner for 6 persons.
    • SEPTEMBER, Plain Family Dinners for.
    • SEPTEMBER, Things in Season.
    • SHAD, to Dress.
    • SHEEP’S BRAINS, en Matelote (an Entrée).
    • SHEEP’S FEET or TROTTERS (Soyer’s Recipe).
    • SHEEP’S HEAD.
    • SHORTBREAD, Scotch.
    • SHRIMP SAUCE, for Various Kinds of Fish.
    • SHRIMPS OR PRAWNS, to Boil.
    • SHRIMPS OR PRAWNS, Buttered.
    • SHRIMPS, Potted.
    • SKATE, to choose.
    • SKATE, Boiled.
    • SKATE, Crimped.
    • SKATE, With Caper Sauce (à la Française).
    • SKATE, Small, Fried.
    • SMELTS.
    • SMELTS, to Bake.
    • SMELTS, to Fry.
    • SNIPES, to Dress.
    • SNIPES, to Carve.
    • SNOW-CAKE.
    • SNOW-CAKE (a genuine Scotch Recipe).
    • SODA-BISCUITS.
    • SODA-BREAD.
    • SODA-CAKE.
    • SOLE OR COD PIE.
    • SOLES, to Choose.
    • SOLES, Baked.
    • SOLES, Boiled.
    • SOLES, Boiled or Fried, to Help.
    • SOLES, Filleted, à l’Italienne.
    • SOLES, Fricasseed.
    • SOLES, Fried Filleted.
    • SOLES, Fried.
    • SOLES, with Mushrooms.
    • SOLES, with Cream Sauce.
    • SOUFFLÉ, to make.
    • SOUPS, General Directions for Making.
    • SOUP-MAKING, the Chemistry and Economy of.
    • SOUP, Baked.
    • SOUP, Brilla.
    • SOUP, Chantilly.
    • SOUP, Calf’s-head.
    • SOUP, à la Cantatrice. (An Excellent Soup, very Beneficial for the Voice.)
    • SOUP, à la Crécy.
    • SOUP, à la Flamande (Flemish).
    • SOUP, à la Flamande (Flemish).
    • SOUP, a Good Family.
    • SOUP, Hessian.
    • SOUP, Portable.
    • SOUP, Prince of Wales’s.
    • SOUP, Regency.
    • SOUP, à la Reine.
    • SOUP, à la Reine (Economical).
    • SOUP, à la Solferino (Sardinian Recipe).
    • SOUP, Spring, or Potage Printanier.
    • SOUP, Stew.
    • SOUP, Stew.
    • SOUP, Stew, of Salt Meat.
    • SOUP, Useful for Benevolent Purposes.
    • SOUP, White.
    • SPINACH, to Boil (English Mode).
    • SPINACH dressed with Cream, à la Française.
    • SPINACH, French Mode of Dressing.
    • SPINACH-GREEN, for Colouring various Dishes.
    • SPINACH SOUP (French Recipe).
    • SPONGE-CAKE.
    • SPONGE-CAKE.
    • SPONGE-CAKES, Small.
    • SPRATS.
    • SPRATS, Dried.
    • SPRATS, Fried in Batter.
    • SPROUTS, to Boil Young.
    • STEW, Irish.
    • STEW, Irish.
    • STILTON CHEESE.
    • STOCKS for all kinds of Soups (Rich Strong Stock).
    • STOCK, Economical.
    • STOCK, Medium.
    • STOCK, To Clarify.
    • STOCK, White (to be used in the preparation of White Soups).
    • STOCK, Consommé or White, for many Sauces.
    • STRAWBERRY JAM.
    • STRAWBERRY JELLY.
    • STRAWBERRIES and CREAM.
    • STRAWBERRIES, Preserved in Wine.
    • STRAWBERRIES, to Preserve Whole.
    • STRAWBERRY, Open Tart of, or any other Kind of Preserve.
    • STURGEON, Baked.
    • STURGEON, Roast.
    • SUET PUDDING, to serve with Roast Meat.
    • SUGAR, to Boil, to Caramel.
    • SUPPERS.
    • SUPPER, BILL OF FARE FOR A BALL, FOR 60 PERSONS (for Winter).
    • SUPPER, BILL OF FARE FOR A BALL,
    • SWEETBREADS, Baked (an Entrée).
    • SWEETBREADS, Fried (à la Maître d’Hôtel), an Entrée.
    • SWEETBREADS, Stewed (an Entrée).
    • SWEETBREADS, Lambs’, larded, and Asparagus (an Entrée).
    • SWEETBREADS, another Way to Dress (an Entrée).
    • SYLLABUB.
    • SYLLABUBS, Whipped.
    • SYRUP for Jellies, to Clarify.
    • TAPIOCA PUDDING.
    • TAPIOCA SOUP.
    • TARTLETS.
    • TARTLETS, Polish.
    • TEA, to make.
    • TEA-CAKES.
    • TEA-CAKES, to toast.
    • TEAL, Roast.
    • TEAL.
    • TENCH, Matelot of.
    • TENCH, Stewed with Wine.
    • TENDRONS DE VEAU, Stewed (an Entrée).
    • TENDRONS DE VEAU (an Entrée).
    • TETE DE VEAU EN TORTUE (an Entrée).
    • TIPSY CAKE.
    • TIPSY CAKE, an easy way of making.
    • TOAD-IN-THE-HOLE (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • TOAD-IN-THE-HOLE (a Homely but Savoury Dish).
    • TOAST, to make Dry.
    • TOAST, to make Hot Buttered.
    • TOAST-AND-WATER.
    • TOAST SANDWICHES.
    • TOFFEE, Everton.
    • TOMATO SAUCE for Keeping (Excellent).
    • TOMATO SAUCE for Keeping (Excellent).
    • TOMATO SAUCE for Keeping (Excellent).
    • TOMATO SAUCE, Hot, to serve with Cutlets, Roast Meats, &c.
    • TOMATOES, Baked (Excellent).
    • TOMATOES, Baked (another Mode).
    • TOMATOES, Stewed.
    • TOMATOES, Stewed.
    • TONGUE, Boiled.
    • TONGUES, to Cure.
    • TONGUES, to Cure.
    • TONGUE, to Pickle and Dress a, to Eat Cold.
    • TREACLE PUDDING, Rolled.
    • TRIFLE, to make a.
    • TRIFLE, Indian.
    • TRIPE, to Dress.
    • TROUT, Stewed.
    • TRUFFLES, to Dress, with Champagne.
    • TRUFFLES A L’ITALIENNE.
    • TRUFFLES, Italian Mode of Dressing.
    • TRUFFLES AU NATUREL.
    • TURBOT.
    • TURBOT, Boiled.
    • TURBOT, to Help.
    • TURBOT À LA CREME.
    • TURBOT, Baked Fillets of.
    • TURBOT A L’ITALIENNE, Fillets of.
    • TURBOT, or other Large Fish, Garnish for.
    • TURBOT AU GRATIN.
    • TURKEY, Boiled.
    • TURKEY, Croquettes of (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • TURKEY, Fricasseed (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • TURKEY, Hashed.
    • TURKEY, Roast.
    • TURKEY, Roast.
    • TURKEY POULTS, Roast.
    • TURKEY SOUP (a Seasonable Dish at Christmas).
    • TURNIP SOUP
    • TURNIPS, Boiled.
    • TURNIPS, Mashed.
    • TURNIPS IN WHITE SAUCE. (An Entremets, or to be served with the Second Course as a Side-dish.)
    • VANILLA CUSTARD SAUCE, to serve with Puddings.
    • VEAL, Baked (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL, Roast Breast of.
    • VEAL, Breast of, to Carve.
    • VEAL, Stewed Breast of, and Peas.
    • VEAL, à la Bourgeoise (Excellent).
    • VEAL CAKE (a Convenient Dish for a Picnic).
    • VEAL, Curried (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL CUTLETS (an Entrée).
    • VEAL CUTLETS, Broiled, à la Italienne (an Entrée).
    • VEAL CUTLETS, à la Maintenon (an Entrée).
    • VEAL, Fillet of, au Béchamel (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL, Roast Fillet of.
    • VEAL, Fillet of.
    • VEAL, Stewed Fillet of.
    • VEAL, Fricandeau of (an Entrée).
    • VEAL, Fricandeau of (more economical).
    • VEAL, to Carve a Knuckle of.
    • VEAL, to Ragoût a Knuckle of.
    • VEAL, Stewed Knuckle of, and Rice.
    • VEAL, Roast Loin of.
    • VEAL, Loin of, au Béchamel (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL, Loin of, à la Daube.
    • VEAL, to Carve Loin of.
    • VEAL, Minced, with Béchamel Sauce (Cold Meat Cookery, very good).
    • VEAL, Minced (more economical).
    • VEAL, Minced, and Macaroni (a pretty side or corner dish).
    • VEAL, Moulded Minced (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL, Braised Neck of.
    • VEAL, Roast Neck of.
    • VEAL OLIVE PIE (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL PIE.
    • VEAL AND HAM PIE.
    • VEAL, Potted (for Breakfast).
    • VEAL, Ragoût of Cold (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL RISSOLES (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL ROLLS (Cold Meat Cookery).
    • VEAL, Stuffed and Stewed Shoulder of.
    • VEAL, Stewed with Peas, Young Carrots, and New Potatoes.
    • VEGETABLE MARROW, Boiled.
    • VEGETABLE MARROW, Fried.
    • VEGETABLE MARROWS IN WHITE SAUCE.
    • VEGETABLE MARROW SOUP.
    • VEGETABLE SOUP.
    • VEGETABLE SOUP.
    • VEGETABLE SOUP. (Good and Cheap, made without Meat.)
    • VEGETABLES, Cut for Soups, &c.
    • VENISON, Hashed.
    • VENISON, Roast Haunch of.
    • VENISON, to Carve Haunch of.
    • VENISON, Stewed.
    • VERMICELLI PUDDING.
    • VERMICELLI SOUP.
    • VERMICELLI SOUP.
    • VOL-AU-VENT (an Entrée).
    • VOL-AU-VENT OF FRESH STRAWBERRIES, WITH WHIPPED CREAM.
    • VOL-AU-VENT, Sweet, of Plums, Apples, or any other Fresh Fruit.
    • WAFERS, Geneva.
    • WALNUT KETCHUP.
    • WALNUT KETCHUP.
    • WALNUTS, to have Fresh throughout the Season.
    • WALNUTS, Pickled (very Good).
    • WATER SOUCHY.
    • WHEATEARS, to Dress.
    • WHISKEY CORDIAL.
    • WHITEBAIT, to Dress.
    • WHITE SAUCE, Good.
    • WHITE SAUCE, Made without Meat.
    • WHITE SAUCE (a very Simple and Inexpensive Method).
    • WHITING, Boiled.
    • WHITING, Broiled.
    • WHITING, &c.
    • WHITING, Fried.
    • WHITING AU GRATIN, or BAKED WHITING.
    • WHITING AUX FINES HERBES.
    • WIDGEON, Roast.
    • WIDGEON.
    • WINE OR BRANDY SAUCE FOR PUDDINGS.
    • WINE SAUCE FOR PUDDINGS.
    • WINE SAUCE FOR PUDDINGS, Excellent.
    • WINE, to Mull.
    • WOODCOCK, Roast.
    • WOODCOCK.
    • WOODCOCK, SCOTCH.
    • YEAST-CAKE.
    • YEAST-DUMPLINGS.
    • YEAST, to Make, for Bread.
    • YEAST, Kirkleatham.
    • FOOTNOTE:
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