Miss Leslie's Complete Cookery
Directions for Cookery, in Its Various Branches
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Miss Leslie's Complete Cookery Directions for Cookery, in Its Various Branches

By Eliza Leslie
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  • Miss Leslie's Complete Cookery. DIRECTIONS FOR COOKERY, IN ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES.
  • PREFACE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • INTRODUCTORY HINTS.
  • GENERAL CONTENTS.
  • SOUPS.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • FAMILY SOUP.
    • FINE BEEF SOUP.
    • MUTTON SOUP.
    • VEAL SOUP.
    • RICH VEAL SOUP.
    • CLEAR GRAVY SOUP.
    • SOUPE À LA JULIENNE.
    • MACCARONI SOUP.
    • RICH MACCARONI SOUP.
    • VERMICELLI SOUP.
    • MILK SOUP.
    • RICH BROWN SOUP.
    • RICH WHITE SOUP.
    • MEG MERRILIES' SOUP.
    • VENISON SOUP.
    • HARE OR RABBIT SOUP.
    • MULLAGATAWNY SOUP, AS MADE IN INDIA.
    • MOCK TURTLE OR CALF'S HEAD SOUP.
    • OX TAIL SOUP.
    • OCHRA SOUP.
    • BEAN SOUP.
    • PEAS SOUP.
    • GREEN PEAS SOUP.
    • ASPARAGUS SOUP.
    • FRIAR'S CHICKEN.
    • CAT-FISH SOUP.
    • LOBSTER SOUP.
    • OYSTER SOUP.
    • ANOTHER OYSTER SOUP.
    • CLAM SOUP.
    • PLAIN CLAM SOUP.
    • WATER SOUCHY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • FISH.
    • REMARKS.
    • TO BOIL FRESH SALMON.
    • TO BAKE FRESH SALMON WHOLE.
    • SALMON BAKED IN SLICES.
    • SALMON STEAKS.
    • PICKLED SALMON.
    • SMOKED SALMON.
    • TO BOIL HALIBUT.
    • HALIBUT CUTLETS.
    • TO BROIL MACKEREL.
    • BOILED MACKEREL.
    • TO BOIL SALT CODFISH.
    • TO BOIL FRESH COD.
    • ANOTHER WAY OF BOILING FRESH COD.
    • BAKED SHAD.
    • TO BROIL A SHAD.
    • BOILED ROCK-FISH.
    • SEA BASS OR BLACK FISH.
    • PICKLED ROCK-FISH.
    • FRIED PERCH.
    • TO FRY TROUT.
    • TO BOIL TROUT.
    • FRIED SEA BASS.
    • STURGEON CUTLETS OR STEAKS.
    • STEWED CARP.
    • CHOWDER.
    • TO KEEP FRESH SHAD.
  • SHELL FISH.
    • PICKLED OYSTERS.
    • FRIED OYSTERS.
    • SCOLLOPED OYSTERS.
    • STEWED OYSTERS.
    • OYSTER FRITTERS.
    • OYSTER PIE.
    • TO BOIL A LOBSTER.
    • TO DRESS LOBSTER COLD
    • STEWED LOBSTER.
    • FRICASSEED LOBSTER.
    • POTTED LOBSTER.
    • LOBSTER PIE.
    • TO BOIL PRAWNS.
    • CRABS.
    • HOT CRABS.
    • COLD CRABS.
    • SOFT CRABS.
    • TERRAPINS.
    • PICKLED LOBSTER.
  • DIRECTIONS FOR COOKING MEAT. BEEF.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO ROAST BEEF.
    • TO SAVE BEEF-DRIPPING.
    • BAKED BEEF.
    • TO BOIL CORNED OR SALTED BEEF.
    • TO BROIL BEEF-STEAKS.
    • TO FRY BEEF-STEAKS.
    • BEEF-STEAK PUDDING.
    • A BEEF-STEAK PIE.
    • A-LA-MODE BEEF.
    • TO STEW BEEF.
    • TO STEW A ROUND OF BEEF.
    • ANOTHER WAY TO STEW A ROUND OF BEEF.
    • BEEF BOUILLI.
    • HASHED BEEF.
    • BEEF CAKES.
    • TO ROAST A BEEF'S HEART.
    • TO STEW A BEEF'S HEART.
    • TO DRESS BEEF KIDNEY.
    • TO BOIL TRIPE.
    • TRIPE AND OYSTERS.
    • TO FRY TRIPE.
    • PEPPER POT.
    • TO BOIL A SMOKED TONGUE.
    • TO BOIL A SALTED OR PICKLED TONGUE.
    • TO CORN BEEF.
    • TO PICKLE BEEF OR TONGUES.
    • DRIED OR SMOKED BEEF.
    • POTTED BEEF.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • VEAL.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO ROAST A LOIN OF VEAL.
    • TO ROAST A BREAST OF VEAL.
    • TO ROAST A FILLET OF VEAL.
    • TO STEW A BREAST OF VEAL.
    • TO STEW A FILLET OF VEAL.
    • TO STEW A KNUCKLE OF VEAL.
    • VEAL CUTLETS.
    • VEAL STEAKS.
    • MINCED VEAL.
    • VEAL PATTIES.
    • VEAL PIE.
    • CALF'S HEAD DREST PLAIN.
    • CALF'S HEAD HASHED.
    • CHITTERLINGS OR CALF'S TRIPE.
    • TO FRY CALF'S FEET.
    • TO FRY CALF'S LIVER.
    • LARDED CALF'S LIVER.
    • TO ROAST SWEET-BREADS.
    • LARDED SWEET-BREADS.
    • MARBLED VEAL.
  • MUTTON AND LAMB.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO ROAST MUTTON.
    • TO BOIL MUTTON.
    • MUTTON CHOPS.
    • CUTLETS À LA MAINTENON.
    • STEWED MUTTON CHOPS.
    • HASHED MUTTON.
    • A CASSEROLE OF MUTTON.
    • MUTTON HARICO.
    • STEWED LEG OF MUTTON
    • TO ROAST LAMB.
    • MUTTON HAMS.
  • PORK, HAM, &c.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO ROAST A PIG.
    • TO ROAST A LEG OF PORK.
    • TO ROAST A LOIN OF PORK.
    • TO ROAST A MIDDLING OR SPRING PIECE OF PORK.
    • TO STEW PORK.
    • TO BOIL CORNED PORK.
    • PICKLED PORK AND PEASE PUDDING.
    • PORK AND BEANS.
    • PORK STEAKS.
    • PORK CUTLETS.
    • PORK PIE.
    • HAM PIE.
    • HAM SANDWICHES.
    • BROILED HAM.
    • TO BOIL A HAM.
    • TO ROAST A HAM.
    • DIRECTIONS FOR CURING HAM OR BACON.
    • LIVER PUDDINGS.
    • COMMON SAUSAGE-MEAT.
    • FINE SAUSAGES.
    • BOLOGNA SAUSAGES.
    • PORK CHEESE.
    • PIG'S FEET AND EARS SOUSED.
    • TO IMITATE WESTPHALIA HAM.
    • TO GLAZE A COLD HAM.
  • VENISON, &c.
    • TO ROAST A SADDLE OR HAUNCH OF VENISON.
    • TO HASH COLD VENISON.
    • VENISON STEAKS.
    • VENISON PASTY.
    • VENISON HAMS.
    • TO ROAST A KID.
    • TO ROAST A HARE.
    • FRICASSEED RABBITS.
    • TO STEW RABBITS.
    • TO FRY RABBITS.
    • VENISON SAUSAGES.
  • POULTRY, GAME, &c.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO BOIL A PAIR OF FOWLS.
    • TO ROAST A PAIR OF FOWLS.
    • BROILED CHICKENS.
    • FRICASSEED CHICKENS.
    • CHICKEN CROQUETS AND RISSOLES.
    • BAKED CHICKEN PIE.
    • A POT PIE.
    • CHICKEN CURRY.
    • A PILAU.
    • CHICKEN SALAD.
    • TO ROAST A PAIR OF DUCKS.
    • STEWED DUCK.
    • TO HASH A DUCK.
    • TO ROAST A GOOSE.
    • A GOOSE PIE.
    • A CHRISTMAS GOOSE PIE.
    • TO ROAST A TURKEY.
    • TO BOIL A TURKEY.
    • TO ROAST PIGEONS.
    • PIGEON PIE.
    • TO ROAST PHEASANTS, PARTRIDGES, QUAILS OR GROUSE.
    • ANOTHER WAY TO ROAST PHEASANTS, PARTRIDGES, &c.
    • TO ROAST SNIPES, WOODCOCKS, OR PLOVERS.
    • TO ROAST REED-BIRDS, OR ORTOLANS.
    • LARDING.
    • FORCE-MEAT BALLS.
    • FINE PARTRIDGE PIE.
  • GRAVY AND SAUCES.
    • DRAWN OR MADE GRAVY.
    • MELTED BUTTER, SOMETIMES CALLED DRAWN BUTTER.
    • TO BROWN FLOUR.—
    • TO BROWN BUTTER.—
    • PLAIN SAUCES.
    • LOBSTER SAUCE.—
    • ANCHOVY SAUCE.—
    • CELERY SAUCE.—
    • NASTURTIAN SAUCE.—
    • WHITE ONION SAUCE.—
    • BROWN ONION SAUCE.—
    • MUSHROOM SAUCE.—
    • EGG SAUCE.—
    • BREAD SAUCE.—
    • MINT SAUCE.—
    • CAPER SAUCE.—
    • PARSLEY SAUCE.—
    • APPLE SAUCE.—
    • CRANBERRY SAUCE.—
    • PEACH SAUCE.—
    • WINE SAUCE.—
    • COLD SWEET SAUCE.—
    • CREAM SAUCE.—
    • OYSTER SAUCE.—
  • STORE FISH SAUCES.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • SCOTCH SAUCE.—
    • QUIN'S SAUCE.—
    • KITCHINER'S FISH SAUCE.—
    • HARVEY'S SAUCE.—
    • GENERAL SAUCE.—
    • PINK SAUCE.—
    • CATCHUPS.
      • LOBSTER CATCHUP.—
      • ANCHOVY CATCHUP.—
      • OYSTER CATCHUP.—
      • WALNUT CATCHUP.—
      • MUSHROOM CATCHUP.—
      • TOMATA CATCHUP.—
      • LEMON CATCHUP.—
      • SEA CATCHUP.—
  • FLAVOURED VINEGARS.
    • TARRAGON VINEGAR.—
    • SWEET BASIL VINEGAR.—
    • CELERY VINEGAR.—
    • BURNET VINEGAR.—
    • HORSERADISH VINEGAR.—
    • SHALOT VINEGAR.—
    • CHILLI VINEGAR.—
    • RASPBERRY VINEGAR.—
    • MUSTARD AND PEPPER.
      • COMMON MUSTARD—
      • KEEPING MUSTARD.—
      • FRENCH MUSTARD.—
      • TO MAKE CAYENNE PEPPER.—
      • KITCHEN PEPPER.—
  • VEGETABLES.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO BOIL POTATOES.
    • FRIED POTATOES.—
    • POTATO SNOW.—
    • ROASTED POTATOES.—
    • SWEET POTATOES BOILED.
    • FRIED SWEET POTATOES.—
    • CABBAGE.
    • CALE-CANNON.—
    • CAULIFLOWER.
    • BROCOLI.—
    • SPINACH.
    • SPINACH AND EGGS.—
    • TURNIPS.
    • CARROTS.
    • PARSNIPS.
    • RUSSIAN OR SWEDISH TURNIPS.
    • SQUASHES OR CYMLINGS.
    • WINTER SQUASH, OR CASHAW.
    • PUMPKIN.
    • HOMINY.
    • INDIAN CORN.
    • MOCK OYSTERS OF CORN.
    • STEWED EGG PLANT.
    • TO FRY EGG PLANT.—
    • STUFFED EGG PLANTS.—
    • FRIED CUCUMBERS.
    • TO DRESS CUCUMBERS RAW.—
    • SALSIFY.
    • ARTICHOKES.
    • BEETS.
    • TO STEW BEETS.—
    • TO BOIL GREEN OR FRENCH BEANS.
    • SCARLET BEANS.—
    • LIMA BEANS.
    • DRIED BEANS.
    • GREEN PEAS.
    • TO BOIL ONIONS.
    • TO ROAST ONIONS.—
    • TO FRY ONIONS.—
    • TO BOIL ASPARAGUS.
    • SEA KALE.—
    • POKE.—
    • STEWED TOMATAS.
    • BAKED TOMATAS.—
    • MUSHROOMS.
    • TO STEW MUSHROOMS.—
    • BROILED MUSHROOMS.—
    • BOILED RICE.
    • TO DRESS LETTUCE AS SALAD.
    • CELERY.—
    • RADISHES.—
    • TO ROAST CHESTNUTS.
    • GROUND-NUTS.—
    • CORN AND BEANS WITH PORK.
    • TO KEEP OCHRAS AND TOMATOS.—
  • EGGS, &c.
    • TO KEEP EGGS.
    • TO BOIL EGGS FOR BREAKFAST.
    • TO POACH EGGS.
    • FRICASSEED EGGS.
    • PLAIN OMELET.
    • AN OMELETTE SOUFFLÉ.
    • TO DRESS MACCARONI.
    • ANOTHER WAY.
  • PICKLING.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • TO PICKLE CUCUMBERS.
    • GREEN PEPPERS—
    • GHERKINS.—
    • RADISH PODS.—
    • GREEN BEANS.—
    • PARSLEY.—
    • MANGOES.
    • NASTURTIANS.—
    • MORELLA CHERRIES.—
    • PEACHES.—
    • BARBERRIES.—
    • TO PICKLE GREEN PEPPERS.
    • TO PICKLE BUTTERNUTS.
    • TO PICKLE WALNUTS BLACK.
    • WALNUTS PICKLED WHITE.—
    • WALNUTS PICKLED GREEN.—
    • TO PICKLE ONIONS.
    • ONIONS PICKLED WHITE.—
    • TO PICKLE MUSHROOMS WHITE.
    • MUSHROOMS PICKLED BROWN.—
    • TO PICKLE TOMATAS.
    • TOMATA SOY.—
    • TO PICKLE CAULIFLOWERS.
    • TO PICKLE RED CABBAGE.
    • EXCELLENT COLD SLAW.
    • WARM SLAW.—
    • EAST INDIA PICKLE.
    • TO PICKLE OYSTERS FOR KEEPING.
  • SWEETMEATS.
    • GENERAL REMARKS.
    • CLARIFIED SUGAR SYRUP.
    • TO PRESERVE GINGER.
    • TO PRESERVE CITRONS.
    • CANTELOPES OR MUSK-MELONS.—
    • PRESERVED WATER-MELON RIND.—
    • PRESERVED PEPPERS.—
    • PUMPKIN CHIPS.—
    • TO PRESERVE PINE-APPLES.—
    • TO PREPARE FRESH PINE-APPLES.—
    • PRESERVED LEMONS.—
    • ORANGE MARMALADE.—
    • ORANGE JELLY.—
    • PRESERVED PEACHES.
    • PEACHES FOR COMMON USE.—
    • BRANDY PEACHES.—
    • PEACH MARMALADE.—
    • PEACH JELLY.—
    • TO PRESERVE APRICOTS.—
    • TO DRY PEACHES.—
    • TO PRESERVE QUINCES.
    • TO PRESERVE QUINCES WHOLE.—
    • QUINCE JELLY.—
    • QUINCE MARMALADE.—
    • QUINCE CHEESE.—
    • PRESERVED APPLES.
    • BAKED APPLES.—
    • APPLE JELLY.—
    • APPLE BUTTER.—
    • TO PRESERVE GREEN CRAB APPLES.—
    • TO PRESERVE RED CRAB APPLES.—
    • TO PRESERVE GREEN GAGES.
    • TO PRESERVE PLUMS.—
    • PLUMS FOR COMMON USE.—
    • EGG PLUMS WHOLE.—
    • TO PRESERVE PEARS.
    • BAKED PEARS.—
    • TO PRESERVE GOOSEBERRIES.
    • TO STEW GOOSEBERRIES.—
    • GOOSEBERRY FOOL.—
    • TO BOTTLE GOOSEBERRIES.—
    • PRESERVED RASPBERRIES.
    • RASPBERRY JAM.—
    • TO PRESERVE CRANBERRIES.—
    • RED CURRANT JELLY.—
    • WHITE CURRANT JELLY.—
    • BLACK CURRANT JELLY.—
    • GRAPE JELLY.—
    • BRANDY GRAPES.—
    • TO KEEP WILD GRAPES.—
    • TO PRESERVE STRAWBERRIES.
    • TO PRESERVE CHERRIES.
    • CITRON MELON SLICES.—
    • CHERRY JELLY.—
    • CHERRY JAM.—
    • TO DRY CHERRIES.—
    • BARBERRY JELLY.—
    • FROSTED FRUIT.—
    • PEACH LEATHER.—
    • RHUBARB JAM,—
  • PASTRY, PUDDINGS, ETC.
    • THE BEST PLAIN PASTE.
    • COMMON PIE CRUST.—
    • SUET PASTE.—
    • DRIPPING PASTE.—
    • LARD PASTE.—
    • POTATO PASTE.—
    • FINE PUFF PASTE.—
    • SWEET PASTE.—
    • SHELLS.—
    • PIES.—
    • STANDING PIES.—
    • A PYRAMID OF TARTS.—
    • APPLE AND OTHER PIES.
    • RHUBARB TARTS.—
    • MINCE PIES.
    • GOOD MINCE-MEAT.—
    • THE BEST MINCE-MEAT.—
    • VERY PLAIN MINCE-MEAT.—
    • MINCE-MEAT FOR LENT.—
    • ORANGE PUDDING.
    • LEMON PUDDING.—
    • QUINCE PUDDING.—
    • ALMOND PUDDING.—
    • ANOTHER ALMOND PUDDING.—
    • COCOA-NUT PUDDING.—
    • ANOTHER COCOA-NUT PUDDING.—
    • PUMPKIN PUDDING.—
    • A SQUASH PUDDING.—
    • YAM PUDDING.—
    • CHESTNUT PUDDING—
    • POTATO PUDDING.—
    • SWEET POTATO PUDDING.—
    • CARROT PUDDING—
    • GREEN CORN PUDDING.—
    • SAGO PUDDING.—
    • ARROW ROOT PUDDING.—
    • GROUND RICE PUDDING.—
    • A RICE PLUM PUDDING.—
    • A PLAIN RICE PUDDING.—
    • A FARMER'S RICE PUDDING.—
    • RICE MILK.—
    • A BOILED RICE PUDDING.—
    • A MARLBOROUGH PUDDING.—
    • ALMOND CHEESE CAKE.
    • COMMON CHEESE CAKE.—
    • PRUNE PUDDING.—
    • EVE'S PUDDING.—
    • CINDERELLAS OR GERMAN PUFFS.—
    • A BOILED BREAD PUDDING.—
    • A BAKED BREAD PUDDING.—
    • A BREAD AND BUTTER PUDDING.—
    • A SUET PUDDING.—
    • A CUSTARD PUDDING.—
    • FLOUR HASTY PUDDING.—
    • INDIAN MUSH.—
    • A BAKED INDIAN PUDDING.—
    • A BOILED INDIAN PUDDING.—
    • INDIAN PUDDING WITHOUT EGGS.—
    • A BAKED PLUM PUDDING.—
    • A BOILED PLUM PUDDING.—
    • A BAKED APPLE PUDDING.—
    • BOILED APPLE PUDDING.—
    • AN EASTERN PUDDING.—
    • APPLE DUMPLINGS.
    • RICE DUMPLINGS.—
    • PIGEON DUMPLINGS OR PUDDINGS.—
    • FINE SUET DUMPLINGS.—
    • PLAIN SUET DUMPLINGS.—
    • INDIAN DUMPLINGS.—
    • LIVER DUMPLINGS.—
    • HAM DUMPLINGS.—
    • LIGHT DUMPLINGS.—
    • PLAIN FRITTERS.
    • APPLE FRITTERS.—
    • PLAIN PANCAKES.—
    • SWEETMEAT PANCAKES.—
    • PLAIN CUSTARDS.
    • SOFT CUSTARDS—
    • BOILED CUSTARDS.—
    • RICE CUSTARD.—
    • SNOWBALL CUSTARD.—
    • APPLE CUSTARD.—
    • LEMON CUSTARD.—
    • GOOSEBERRY CUSTARD.—
    • ALMOND CUSTARD.—
    • BOILED COCOA-NUT CUSTARD.—
    • BAKED COCOA-NUT CUSTARD.—
    • CHOCOLATE CUSTARD.—
    • MACCAROON CUSTARDS.—
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • SYLLABUB, OR WHIPT CREAM.
    • COUNTRY SYLLABUB.—
    • A TRIFLE.—
    • FLOATING ISLAND.—
    • A RASPBERRY CHARLOTTE.—
    • A PLUM CHARLOTTE.—
    • CLOTTED CREAM.—
    • LEMON CREAM.—
    • ORANGE CREAM.—
    • CURDS AND WHEY.—
    • LEMON ICE CREAM
    • STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM.—
    • RASPBERRY ICE CREAM—
    • PINE-APPLE ICE CREAM.—
    • VANILLA ICE CREAM.—
    • ALMOND ICE CREAM.—
    • ICE ORANGEADE.—
    • ICE LEMONADE—
    • BLANC-MANGE.
    • CARRAGEEN BLANC-MANGE.—
    • ARROW ROOT BLANC-MANGE.—
    • JAUNE-MANGE.—
    • CALVES' FOOT JELLY.
    • TO PRESERVE CREAM.—
    • ITALIAN CREAM.—
    • CHOCOLATE CREAM.—
    • COLOURING FOR CONFECTIONARY.
      • RED.—
      • COCHINEAL FOR PRESENT USE.—
      • YELLOW COLOURING.—
      • GREEN.—
      • WHITE.—
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CAKES, ETC.
    • GENERAL OBSERVATIONS.
    • BLACK CAKE.
    • ICING.—
    • POUND CAKE.—
    • INDIAN POUND CAKE.—
    • QUEEN CAKE.—
    • FRUIT QUEEN CAKES.—
    • LADY CAKE.—
    • SPANISH BUNS.—
    • BATH BUNS.—
    • JELLY CAKE.—
    • SPONGE CAKE.—
    • ALMOND CAKE.—
    • COCOA-NUT CAKE.—
    • WASHINGTON CAKE.—
    • CIDER CAKE.—
    • ELECTION CAKE.—
    • MORAVIAN SUGAR CAKE.—
    • HUCKLEBERRY CAKE.—
    • BREAD CAKE.—
    • FEDERAL CAKES.
    • SAVOY BISCUITS.—
    • ALMOND MACCAROONS.—
    • COCOA-NUT MACCAROONS.—
    • WHITE COCOA-NUT CAKES.—
    • COCOA-NUT JUMBLES.—
    • COMMON JUMBLES.—
    • APEES.—
    • WHITE CUP CAKE.—
    • KISSES.—
    • MARMALADE CAKE.—
    • SECRETS.—
    • SCOTCH CAKE.—
    • SCOTCH QUEEN CAKE—
    • HONEY CAKES.—
    • WAFER CAKES.
    • WONDERS, OR CRULLERS.—
    • DOUGH NUTS.—
    • WAFFLES.—
    • NEW YORK COOKIES.—
    • SUGAR BISCUIT.—
    • RUSKS.—
    • MILK BISCUIT.—
    • WHITE GINGERBREAD.
    • COMMON GINGERBREAD.—
    • GINGERBREAD NUTS.—
    • FRANKLIN CAKE.—
    • GINGER PLUM CAKE.—
    • MOLASSES CANDY.—
    • NOUGAT.—
    • LEMON DROPS.—
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • WARM CAKES FOR BREAKFAST AND TEA.
    • BUCKWHEAT CAKES.
    • FLANNEL CAKES.—
    • INDIAN BATTER CAKES.—
    • INDIAN MUSH CAKES.—
    • JOHNNY CAKE.—
    • INDIAN FLAPPERS.—
    • INDIAN MUFFINS.—
    • WATER MUFFINS.—
    • COMMON MUFFINS.—
    • SODA BISCUITS.—
    • A SALLY LUNN.—
    • SHORT CAKES.—
    • TEA BISCUIT.—
    • RICE CAKES.—
    • CREAM CAKES.—
    • FRENCH ROLLS.—
    • COMMON ROLLS.—
    • BREAD.
    • BRAN BREAD.—
    • RYE AND INDIAN BREAD.—
    • COMMON YEAST.—
    • BRAN YEAST.—
    • PUMPKIN YEAST.—
    • BAKER'S YEAST.—
    • TO MAKE BUTTER.
    • CHEESE.
    • SAGE CHEESE.—
    • STILTON CHEESE.—
    • COTTAGE CHEESE.—
    • A WELSH RABBIT.—
    • TO MAKE CHOCOLATE.
    • TO MAKE TEA.—
    • TO MAKE COFFEE—
    • FRENCH COFFEE.—
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • DOMESTIC LIQUORS ETC.
    • SPRUCE BEER.
    • GINGER BEER.—
    • MOLASSES BEER.—
    • SASSAFRAS BEER.—
    • GOOSEBERRY WINE.
    • CURRANT WINE.—
    • RASPBERRY WINE.—
    • ELDERBERRY WINE.—
    • ELDER FLOWER WINE.—
    • CIDER WINE.—
    • MEAD.—
    • FOX GRAPE SHRUB.—
    • CURRANT SHRUB.—
    • CHERRY SHRUB.—
    • CHERRY BOUNCE.—
    • LEMON SYRUP.—
    • LEMON CORDIAL.
    • ROSE CORDIAL.—
    • STRAWBERRY CORDIAL.—
    • RASPBERRY CORDIAL—
    • QUINCE CORDIAL.—
    • PEACH CORDIAL.—
    • ANNISEED CORDIAL.—
    • ROSE BRANDY.—
    • LEMON BRANDY.—
    • NOYAU.—
    • RATAFIA.—
    • CAPILLAIRE.—
    • ORGEAT.—
    • LEMONADE.—
    • ORANGEADE—
    • PUNCH.
    • FROZEN PUNCH—
    • ROMAN PUNCH.—
    • MILK PUNCH.—
    • FINE MILK PUNCH.—
    • REGENT'S PUNCH.—
    • WINE JELLY.—
    • SHERRY COBLER.—
    • MULLED WINE.—
    • MULLED CIDER.—
    • EGG NOGG.—
    • SANGAREE.—
    • TURKISH SHERBET.—
    • BOTTLED SMALL BEER.—
    • TO KEEP LEMON JUICE.—
    • ESSENCE OF LEMON-PEEL.—
    • CIDER VINEGAR.
    • WHITE VINEGAR.—
    • SUGAR VINEGAR.—
    • COMMON CIDER VINEGAR.—
    • PINE-APPLE-ADE.—
  • PREPARATIONS FOR THE SICK
    • CHICKEN JELLY.
    • BREAD JELLY.—
    • ARROW ROOT JELLY.—
    • RICE JELLY.—
    • PORT WINE JELLY.—
    • SAGO.—
    • TAPIOCA.—
    • GRUEL.—
    • OATMEAL GRUEL.—
    • PANADA.—
    • BARLEY WATER.—
    • GROUND RICE MILK.—
    • BEEF TEA.—
    • MUTTON BROTH.—
    • MUTTON BROTH MADE QUICKLY.—
    • WINE WHEY.—
    • RENNET WHEY.—
    • CALF'S FEET BROTH.—
    • CHICKEN BROTH AND PANADA.—
    • VEGETABLE SOUP.—
    • ONION SOUP.—
    • TOAST AND WATER.—
    • APPLE WATER.—
    • TAMARIND WATER.—
    • MOLASSES POSSET.—
    • FLAX-SEED LEMONADE.—
    • COCOA.—
    • COCOA SHELLS.—
    • RAW EGG.—
    • SODA WATER.—
    • SEIDLITZ POWDERS.—
    • BITTERS.—
    • ESSENCE OF PEPPERMINT.—
    • LAVENDER COMPOUND.—
    • LEAD WATER.—
    • REMEDY FOR A BURN.[N]—
    • FOR CHILBLAINS.—
    • FOR CORNS.—
    • WARTS.—
    • RING-WORMS.—
    • MUSQUITO BITES.—
    • ANTIDOTE FOR LAUDANUM.—
    • GREEN OINTMENT.—
    • TO STOP BLOOD.—
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • PERFUMERY, ETC.
    • COLOGNE WATER.
    • LAVENDER WATER.—
    • HUNGARY WATER.—
    • ROSE VINEGAR.—
    • THIEVES' VINEGAR.—
    • OIL OF FLOWERS.—
    • BALM OF GILEAD OIL.—
    • LIP SALVE.—
    • COLD CREAM.—
    • SOFT POMATUM.—
    • COSMETIC PASTE.—
    • ACID SALT.—
    • SWEET JARS.—
    • SCENTED BAGS.—
    • VIOLET PERFUME.—
    • DURABLE INK.—
    • ANOTHER DURABLE INK.—
    • TO KEEP PEARL-ASH.—
    • ALMOND PASTE.—
  • MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS.
    • MINCED OYSTERS.—
    • STEWED BLACK FISH.—
    • FRIED SMELTS.—
    • BROILED SWEETBREADS.—
    • PICKLED EGGS.—
    • GUMBO SOUP.—
    • SHREWSBURY CAKES.—
    • RICE FLUMMERY.—
    • APPLE BUTTER WITHOUT CIDER—
    • AN APPLE POT PIE.—
    • PUDDING CATCHUP.—
    • CURAÇOA.—
    • PATENT YEAST.—
    • TO DRY HERBS.—
    • PEACH KERNELS.—
    • LEMON-PEEL.—
    • TO KEEP TOMATAS.—
  • ADDITIONAL RECEIPTS.
    • FRENCH GREEN PEA SOUP.—
    • GIBLET SOUP.—
    • GUMBO.—
    • HAM OMELET.—
    • BATTER PUDDING.—
    • PEACH MANGOES.—
    • BROILED TOMATAS.—
    • PRESERVED TOMATAS.—
    • TOMATA HONEY.—
    • PRESERVED CUCUMBERS.—
    • APPLE RICE PUDDING.—
    • BAKED APPLE DUMPLINGS.—
    • INDIAN LOAF CAKE.—
    • PLAIN CIDER CAKE.—
    • TENNESSEE MUFFINS.—
    • HOE CAKE.—
    • MILK TOAST.—
    • POTATO YEAST.—
    • CREAM CHEESE.—
    • ALMOND BREAD.—
    • CUSTARD CAKES.—
    • HONEY GINGER CAKE.—
    • ROCK CAKE.—
    • FROZEN CUSTARD.—
    • CHERRY CORDIAL.—
    • COMMON ICE CREAM.—
    • PINK CHAMPAGNE JELLY.—
    • A CHARLOTTE RUSSE.—
    • A CHARLOTTE POLONAISE.—
    • APPLE COMPOTE.—
    • SOUR MILK.—
  • APPENDIX, CONTAINING NEW RECEIPTS.
    • ORANGE CAKE.—
    • CITRON CAKE—
    • BOSTON CREAM CAKES—
    • CONNECTICUT LOAF CAKE.—
    • CLOVE CAKES.—
    • SOFT GINGERBREAD.—
    • FINE COOKIES.—
    • INDIAN CUP CAKES.—
    • BRAN BATTER-CAKES.—
    • APPLE BREAD PUDDING.—
    • APPLE CUSTARDS.—
    • NEW ENGLAND PUMPKIN PIE.—
    • WEST INDIA COCOA-NUT PUDDING.—
    • YANKEE TEA CAKES.—
    • GELATINE JELLY.—
    • BISCUIT ICE CREAM.—
    • MACCAROON ICE CREAM.—
    • ORANGE WATER ICE.—
    • LEMON-WATER ICE.—
    • STRAWBERRY-WATER ICE.—
    • RASPBERRY-WATER ICE.—
    • GRAPE-WATER ICE—
    • PINE-APPLE WATER ICE.—
    • PEACH-WATER ICE.—
    • A FINE CHARLOTTE RUSSE.—
    • COFFEE CUSTARD—
    • PRESERVED LIMES, OR SMALL LEMONS.—
    • PINE-APPLE MARMALADE.—
    • ORANGE DROPS.—
    • FINE LEMON SYRUP.—
    • CROQUANT CAKE.—
    • SASSAFRAS MEAD.—
    • FINE TOMATA CATCHUP.—
    • GREEN TOMATA PICKLES.—
    • RED TOMATA PICKLES.—
    • HASHED VEAL.—
    • FRENCH CHICKEN SALAD.—
    • NORMANDY SOUP.—
    • TOMATA SOUP.—
    • CALVES' FEET SOUP.—
    • FINE CALVES' HEAD SOUP.—
    • THE BEST CLAM SOUP.—
    • BAKED CLAMS.—
    • FINE STEWED OYSTERS.—
    • SPICED OYSTERS.—
    • TO KEEP FRESH EGGS.—
    • A MOLASSES PIE.—
    • SOUP À LA LUCY.—
    • MINT JULEP.—
    • A UNION PUDDING.—
    • COCOA-NUT CANDY.—
    • PRESERVED GREEN TOMATAS.—
    • PRESERVED FIGS.—
    • MYRTLE ORANGES PRESERVED.—
    • TO KEEP STRAWBERRIES.—
    • TO KEEP PEACHES.—
    • GREEN CORN MUFFINS.—
    • COMPOTE OF SWEET POTATOES.—
    • BAKED HAM.—
    • MUSHROOM SWEET-BREADS.—
    • PANCAKE HAM.—
    • AN APPLE PANDOWDY.—
    • HONEY PASTE (for the HANDS.)—
    • GLYCERINE.—
    • TO KEEP OFF MUSQUITOES.—
    • CORN-STARCH BLANCMANGE.—
    • FARINA.—
    • CINNAMON CAKE.—
    • THAWING FROZEN MEAT, &c.—
    • KEEPING MEAT, &c., IN SUMMER.—
    • BROILED SHAD.—
    • APPLE PORK.—
    • STEWED SALT PORK.—
    • TO MAKE GOOD TOAST.—
  • CARVING.
    • TO DRAW POULTRY, &c.
  • FIGURES EXPLANATORY OF THE PIECES INTO WHICH THE FIVE LARGE ANIMALS ARE DIVIDED BY THE BUTCHERS.
  • INDEX.
  • NEW RECEIPTS.
  • Transcriber's note:
  • FULL INDEX.
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