The Country Housewife, by Richard Bradley

An Index to the First Part.

A.

Asparagus, preserv’d.
  Ditto Drest the Dutch way.
  Ditto with Cream.
Artichoakes, to dry.
  Ditto preserv’d.
  Ditto pickled.
  Ditto fryed.
  Ditto in Suckers, to eat raw.
Apricot Wine.
Alamode Beef.

B.

Brandy, Laurel.
Birch–Wine.
Brewing.
Beef Cake–Soup.
  Ditto to Pot like Venison.
Beef, to Collar.
Brocoli, to boil.
Butter, good in Suffolk.
Buckingham-Cheese, to make.
Butter, why good or bad.
  Ditto in general.
Butter, what Milk is good.
  Ditto made over the Fire.
  Ditto wash’d.
  Ditto churn’d in Summer.
  Ditto churn’d in Winter.
Beans, preserv’d, the Winter.
Berberries, to pickle.
Beet–Roots, red, to pickle.
  Ditto fryed.
Boar’s-Head imitated.
Brawn, to Collar.
Boar, when to be put up for Brawn.

C.

Capon, to dress.
Carps, to stew.
Cellars, which are best.
Cowslip–Wine.
Cheese, spoiled.
  Ditto what concerns its Goodness.
  Ditto why bad in Suffolk.
  Ditto Good from one sort of Cattle.
  Ditto preserv’d in Oil.
  Ditto Marygold.
  Ditto Sage.
  Ditto Sage in figures.
  Ditto Cheshire.
  Ditto Cheshire with Sack.
  Ditto Gloucestershire.
Cheese, Cream.
  Ditto Why the Aversion to it.
Churns, the Sorts.
Clove–Gilly-Flower Syrup.
Cucumbers, to pickle.
Codlings, to pickle, green.
  Ditto to pickle Mango.
Cherry–Brandy.
Cherry–Beer.
Cherry–Cordial.
Cherries distill’d.
Cherry, Cornelian, in Brandy.
Calf’s Feet Jelly.
Cockles, pickled.
Capons, to set upon Eggs.

D.

Dairy, how to build.
Different Sorts of Goosberries.
Different Sorts of Currans.
Ducks, wild, to roast.
Ducks, wild, hash’d.

E.

Eels, their time of Breeding.
  Ditto in plenty.
Eggs, to prepare six ways.
Eels, to clear from Mud.
  Ditto to roast.
  Ditto to Pitchcot.
  Ditto to Collar.
Elder–Flowers, to dry.
Elder Vinegar.
Elder–Wine, red.
  Ditto white.
English-Wine.

F.

Fowls and Birds, the Difference.
Fowl, to dress.
  Ditto to farce.
Fricassee of Chickens, brown.
  Ditto white.
Fish Gravey for Soups.
Flounders, pickled.
Frontiniac-Wine imitated.
Fruits preserv’d for Tarts.
Florence-Wine imitated.
Frontiniac-Wine to make.
Fowls, the Sorts.
Fish, to boil firm.
Fish boiled, the Sauce.

G.

Geese, when to buy.
  Ditto to fat.
  Ditto to roast.
  Ditto how to kill.
Grapes, ripe early.
Grape–Wine.

H.

Herb–Soup, the Foundation.
Hops.
Hare, to pot.
Herbs, to dry.
Hare coursed, how to keep.
  Ditto hunted, to dress.
  Ditto the Pudding for it.
  Ditto to roast.
Hare, to stew.
Hung–Beef.
Herbs infused in Spirits.

L.

Larks, to dress.

M.

Malt, which is good.
  Ditto Liquor, to bottle.
Mountain–Wine, to imitate.
Milk, to be examin’d.
Mace in Rennet.
Mead, small, to make.
Metheglin or strong Mead.
Mushrooms.
Mushroom–Gravey.
  Ditto Ketchup.
Mushrooms, stew’d.
  Ditto broiled.
  Ditto fry’d.
Mushrooms, a Foundation for Sauce.
Mushrooms, to powder.
  Ditto to pickle.
Melons, green, to pickle, like Mango.
Mussels, scallop’d.
  Ditto fryed.
  Ditto pickled.
Morillas, to dress.
Morillas, to dry.
  Ditto in Ragoust.
  Ditto to fry.

O.

Orange–Flower Cordial.
Onions, pickled.
Oysters, from Colchester.
Oysters, to stew.
Orange–Wine.
Oysters, in Scallop Shells.
Oysters, roasted.
Oysters, pickled.
Onion–Soup.

P.

Pidgeon, wild.
  Ditto tame, the Sorts.
  Ditto Carrier, its use.
  Ditto broiled.
  Ditto in Paste or Dumplings.
  Ditto stew’d.
Portmanteau Pottage.
Pike, to roast.
  Ditto to bake.
Pease, preserved all the Year.
Pickled Walnuts.
  Ditto Cucumbers.
  Ditto for Mangoes.
  Ditto Kidney–Beans.
  Ditto Nasturtium-Seeds.
Partridges stew’d with Sallery.
  Ditto roasted.
Pheasants, their Sauces.
  Ditto to dress.
Potatoes.
Perch, with Mushrooms.

Q.

Quince–Wine.

R.

Rennet, how made in Essex.
  Ditto another way.
Rennet–Bags, which are good.
Rennet–Bags, how to make them good.
Rennet with Spice.
Red Surfeit–Water.
Rosa Solis, to distil.
Raspberry–Wine.
Red Goosberry–Wine.
Rabbit, roasted with a Pudding.

S.

Sausages of Fish.
Sausages, of Pork.
Soup of Herbs.
Shrub, to make.
Sauce Royal, or Travelling–Sauce.
Spinach, stew’d.
Sallads, to dress.
Sage–Wine.
Skerrets, to dress.
Salsify, to dress.
Scorzonera, to dress.
Saffron, to cure.
Snipes, to roast.
Soup, a L’Hyvrogne.

T.

Tokay–Wine, to imitate.
Travelling–Sauce.
Tench, which is best.
Trout in Season.
Trouts, to pot.
Tragopogon, to dress.
Truffles, to broil.
Truffles, to stew.
Truffles, ragou’d.
Turkey, to dress.

U.

Veal–Glue.
Visney.
Venison, and its Sauces.

W.

Water–Soochy.
Wines, boiled.
Wines, fermented.
Wines, to help, by Sugar.
Wines, of St. Helena, reform’d.
Woodcocks, to roast.

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