The Country Housewife, by Richard Bradley

Index to Part ii.

A.

Anchovies, how to keep a long time.
Artificial Lobster.
Artificial Ratefia.
Abricots, preserved in Jelly.
  Ditto, for Tarts.
Artificial Creams.
Abricots, dry’d.
Almond–Cakes, small.
Apple–Dumplings, in an extraordinary way.
  Ditto, another way.
Anchovies, artificial, made.

B.

Broil’d Whitings.
Beef, to salt, immediately.
Beef, hash’d raw.
Biscuit, of Potatoes.
Butter’d Crabs.
Barcelona-Snuff, to make.
Bacon–Froize.
Brown Fricassee of Sheep’s-Trotters.
Bitters for Wine.
Brisket of Beef, to stew.
Beef, to stew, in Soup.
Beef, a Rump, to stew.
Beet–Card Tart.
Beef–Collups, from Oxford.
Beet–Steaks, stew’d.
Butter, recover’d from Oil.
Bisque of Fish.
Badger, its Gammon roasted.
Bullace, preserv’d.

C.

Cyprus-Wine, imitated.
Citron–Water, from Barbadoes.
Cabbage–Pudding.
Collar of Mutton, roasted.
Cakes, sweet, made of Parsnips.
  Ditto, made of red Beet–Roots.
Comfits, to make.
  Ditto, to make in Colours.
Caviar, to pickle or preserve.
Collar of Sturgeon roasted.
Carp–Pye.
Currans in Syrup.
Cakes, baked, of Raspberries.
Cakes, of Lemon.
Clary and Eggs.
Cheese–Cakes, of Lemon.
  Ditto, Orange.
  Ditto, Good.
Crab, artificially made.
  Ditto, another way.
Crabs, butter’d.
  Ditto, artificial, butter’d.
Cherry–Brandy, artificial.
  Ditto, right.
Cucumbers, to stew.
  Ditto, to farce.
Cocks–Combs, artificial.
Calf’s-Liver, stuffed and roasted.
  Ditto, another way.
Cream–Custards.
Capons Livers imitated.
Creams of Raspberries.
Cornelian Cherries, Preserves
  Ditto, in Marmalade.
Currans in Jelly.
Cakes, from Lisbon.
Cakes, of Orange.
Cakes, fine,
  Ditto, from Penzance.
  Ditto, from Northampton.
Cow–Heel dress’d.
Calf’s-Head, dress’d in a grand manner.
Calf’s-Head–Pye,
  Ditto, baked.
Creams, artificial.
Cream, with Sweet-meats.
Cucumbers, to preserve in the Winter.
Cologn’s Gin, to make.
Candy’d Orange–Peel.
  Ditto, Lemon–Peel.
Claret, Hermitage, to imitate.
Cheshire-Pye.
Chicken, to truss.

D.

Damsons in Jamm.
Damson–Wine.
Dog–Grass.

E.

Eringo–Roots, to candy.
Easterling, to truss.
Extraordinary Tables.

F.

Fish, to keep, a long time.
Fruit, baked.
Flounders, dressed.
Frogs, white Fricassee.
  Ditto, brown Fricassee.
Florentine, Imperial.
Farced–Meat.

G.

Gravey, drawn quick for a private Family.
Gravey, rich, made without Flesh.
Ginger–Roots, preserv’d, Green.
Goose, to truss.
Grapes, preserved in Syrup.
Geneva, from Cologn, to make.
Gourmandine–Pease, dress’d several ways.
  Ditto, broil’d.
Grape, to keep the Winter.
Ginger, to preserve.
Green–Pease Pottage.
Gudgeons, to dress.
Grand Sauce for Fish.
Goose, boiled.
Green–Peaches preserved.
Goosberries, preserved.

H.

Hermitage–Wine, to imitate.
Hare–Pye.
Hungary-Water, to make.
Hare, to keep.
Hard Pease–Soup.
Herrings, pickled, to serve.
Hog’s-Harslet roasted.
Hartshorn Jelly.
Hash of raw Beef.
Hackin, from Cumberland.
Ham, Westphalia, roasted.
Hams, Westphalia, artificially made.
Hog barbacued.
Herrings, broiled, not to make sick.
Hare to truss.
Herrings, baked in an extraordinary way.

K.

Katchep, in Paste, to make.

L.

Lemons in Marmalade.
Lemon–Peels, preserv’d in Jelly.
Lemon–Cakes.
Lumber–Pye.
Lap–Dog, to keep in Health.
Liver and Crow.

M.

Mustard, of several Sorts.
Mustard–Seed-Flour.
Marmalade of Peaches.
  Ditto, of Plums.
Marygold–Flowers, preserved.
Marmalade of Pine–Apples.
Marmalade of Quince.
Mutton, the Neck in Broth, an extraordinary way
Mutton, the Neck ragou’d.

N.

Neats–Tongues, roasted

O.

Oysters, fry’d.
Oranges in Marmalade.
Orangery Snuff.
Orange–Butter.
Onions, boil’d.
Ortolans, to dress.
Orange–Peels, preserved in Jelly.
Orange–Flowers, preserved in Jelly.
Orange–Tarts.
Orange-chips.
Oxen, to kill and salt in hot Weather.

P.

Peach–Tarts, white.
Pepper Mint–Water.
Pidgeon, to truss.
Potatoe–Puddings.
Provisions, to take into the Country.
Plums, dry’d with Sugar.
Plum–Porridge.
Pyes, minced, or Christmas-Pyes.
Paste, to make, of all Sorts.
Plums, dry’d.
Pippin Paste.
Pine–Apples, in Marmalade.
Pine–Apple-Tarts.
Peach–Tarts, red.
Pheasant, to keep sweet.
Powder’d, Sauce.
Pig, to stew.
  Ditto, to stew another way.
Preservation of Flesh from tainting,
Plum, Marmalade.
Pound–Cakes.
Pudding, six Hours.
Pidgeons, embalm’d.
Pidgeons, preserved.
Pippin–Tart.
Pickled Marygold–Flowers.
Partridges, to keep, a long time in hot Weather
Pheasant, to truss.

Q.

Quinces, preserved.
Quince, Marmalade, red.
  Ditto, White.

R.

Rum, to make.
Rum, with Amber.
Rabbit trussed for Roasting.
  Ditto, for Boiling.
  Ditto, truss’d like a Pheasant.
  Ditto, to roast with Mushrooms.
  Ditto, to boil.
Raspberry–Pudding.
Ragout of Tripe.
Ratafia, to make.
  Ditto, artificial, to make.
Rabbits, white Fricassee.

S.

Sturgeon, cured.
Sturgeon, pickled.
  Ditto, fresh, to roast.
  Ditto, fresh, to boil.
  Ditto, fresh, in a Pye.
Sheeps–Tongues, pickled.
Smoaking–Closets, for Hams.
Sorts of Mustard.
Shoulder of Mutton roasted like Venison.
Syrup of Mulberries.
Syrup of Raspberries.
Sheeps–Trotters, fricasseed.
Sorrel–Tarts.
Stew’d Peaches.
Stinking, of Flesh, prevented.
Stew’d Wild–Ducks.
Sea–Larks, or Oysters, roasted on Spits.
Shoulder, of Mutton, farced.
Salmi, or Salmi–Gundy.
Shropshire-Pye.
  Ditto, another way.
Seed–Cake.
Sick Lap–Dog, to cure.
Soles, to stew.
Scots Snuff, to make.
Shropshire-Dish.
Salmon-boiled.
Soles, fry’d.
Snails, fry’d.
Snails, with white Sauce.
  Ditto, with brown Sauce.
Sweet-meats, candy’d,
Syllabubs, whipt.
Spirit of Lilly-of-the-Valley.
Stew’d Veal.
Sauce for a Bisque of Fish.

T.

Turkey–Poult, to truss.
Teal, to truss.
Tripe, made of Eggs.
Tortoise, or Turtle, the Gibblets dress’d.
Tortoise, or Turtle–Flesh, to roast.
  Ditto, in a Pye.
Turbut, to dress.
Tongue, to roast.
Tench, boiled.
Turnips, from Hertfordshire, to dress.
Turnips, yellow, from France, to dress.
Tables, extraordinary, for Treats.

U.

Vinegar, to make.
Usquebaugh, the yellow sort.
Usquebaugh, the green Sort.
Verjuice.
Umble–Pye.
Venison, to keep.
Venison–Pasty.
Venison, boiled.
Viper–Soup.

W.

Wild–Ducks, to keep.
Wild–Ducks, to recover from stinking.
Wild–Duck, to truss.
Widgeon, to truss.

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