Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine, by William Carew Hazlitt

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Index.

Acton, Eliza
Addington, Surrey
Aigredouce
Albans, St., Abbey of
Ale
   — Cock
   — Elder
   — Kentish
Alfred and the cakes
Al-fresco meals
Alfric, Colloquy of
Amber puddings
Angelica
Anglo-Danish barbarism
Anglo-Celtic influence
Anglo-Saxon names of meats
Animal food
Anthropophagy
Apicius, C.
Apuleius
Arms and crests on dishes
Arnold’s Chronicle
Arthur
Ashen-keys, pickled
Asparagus
Assize of ale
Australian meat

Babies’ Book
Bacon, Lord Keeper
Bag pudding
Baker
   — Parisian
Bakestone
Banbury cake
Bannock
Banquet, order of a fourteenth century
Barba, M.
Bardolf, a dish
Bardolph
Bartholomew de Cheney
   — St., Hospital of, at Sandwich
Battalia pie
Beef, powdered
   — Martlemas
Beer
   — composition of the ancient
Bees, wild
Bellows
Birch wine
Bit and bite
Blackcaps
Bolton, Charles, Duke of
Book of St. Albans
Books of demeanour
Branderi
Brass cooking vessels
Brawn
Bread
Britons, diet of the
   — Northern and Southern
Brittany
Broach or spit turner
Broom-buds, pickled
Broth
Bun
Butler, ancient duties of the
Butter

Caerleon
Caesar, evidence of
Cakes
Calais
Calves, newly-born
   — removal of, from the mother, while in milk
Cannibalism
Carps’ tongues
Carving, terms of
Castelvetri
Caudles and possets
Caviary
Charlet
Chaucer, G.
Chaworth’s (Lady) pudding
Cheesecakes, Mrs. Leed’s, etc.,
Cheeses
Chimney, kitchen
China broth
China earth
Christmas
Clare Market
Cleikirai Club
Clermont, B.
Coals
Cobham, Lord
Cockle
Colet, Dean
College wine
Colonial cattle
Condiments
Confectioner
   — master
Confectionery
Conserves
Cook
   — master
Cookery-books, lists of
   — with the names of old owners
Cook’s-shops
Cooking utensils, great value of
   — lists of
Cooper, Joseph
Copley, Esther
Copper, art of tinning
Cornish pasty
Coryat, Thomas
Court, the ancient
Cows
Crab-apple sauce
Creams
Cromwell, Oliver
   — his favourite dishes
Cuisine bourgeoise of ancient Rome
   — English, affected by fusions of race
   — Old French
Cuisinier Royal, Le
Curds and cream

Danish settlers
Danish settlers, their influence on our diet
Deer-suet, clarified
DelaHay Street
Deportment at table, gradual improvement in the
Dishes, lists of
   — substituted for trenchers
   — different sizes and materials of
   — mode of serving up
Dods, Margaret
Dripping-pans
Dumplings, Norfolk

Earl, Rules and Orders for the House of an
East-Cheap
Eating-houses, public
Ebulum
Edward III.
Eggs
   — buttered
Elizabeth, Queen
Endoring
English establishment, staff of an
Ennius, Phagetica of
Epulario
Etiquette of the table

Fairfax inventories
Falstaff
Farm-servants’ diet
Feasts, marriage and coronation
Finchmgfield
Fireplace
Fish, cheaper, demanded
   — on fast-days
   — considered indigestible
   — lists of
   — musical lament of the dying
Fishing, Saxon mode of
Florendine
Flowers, conserve of
Forced meat
Forks
Foreign cookery
   — Warner’s strictures on
Form of Cury
Forster, John, of Hanlop
Fox, Sir Stephen
Francatelli
French establishment, staff of a
French Gardener, the
Fricasee
Fruit-tart
Fruits, dried or preserved
Frying-pan
Frying Pan Houses at Wandsworth
Furmety

Galantine
Galingale
Game
Garlic
Gilling in Yorkshire
Gingerbread
Ginger-fork
Glass and crystal handles to knives and forks
Glasse, Mrs.
Glastonbury Abbey
Glazing, or endoring
Gomme, G.L.
Goose
   — giblets
Grampus
Grape, English, used for wine
Greece, Ancient
Greek anthropophagy
Greene, Robert

Hamilton, Duke and Duchess of
Hare
Harington family
Hen, threshing the fat
Henry II.
   — III.
   — IV.
   — IV. and V.
   — VII.
   — VIII.
Hill, Dr.
Hippocras
Holborn and the Strand, suburbs of
Home-brewed drink
Hommes de Bouche
Hops
Hospitality, decay of

Inns, want of, in early Scotland
   — and taverns in Westminster, rules for
Italian cookery
   — pudding
Italy, the fork brought from

Jack, the
Jacks, black
Jigget of mutton
Joe Miller quoted
Johannes de Garlandia
Johnson, Dr.
Johnstone, Mrs.
Jumbals
Junket
Jussel, a dish

Kail-pot
Kettle
Kitchens
   — furniture of
   — staff of the
Kitchener, Dr.
Knives

Ladies and gentlemen at table
Landlord and lawyer, exactions of
Land o’ Cakes
Laver
Leveret
Liber Cure Cocorum
Liqueurs
Liquids, storage of
Loaf of bread
   — sugar
Lombards
London cooks famous
Lord Mayor of London
Lord Mayor’s Pageant for 1590
Lucas, Joseph, his Studies in Nidderdale
Lumber pie
Luncheon
Luxury, growth of
Lydgate’s Story of Thebes
   —“London Lickpenny”

Malory’s King Arthur
Manuturgium
Maple-wood bowls
Marinade
Marketing, old
Marlborough cake
Marmalade
Maser
Massinger quoted
Master-cook
   — ancient privileges of the
Meals
   — in the Percy establishment
Meats and drinks
Menagier de Paris quoted
Merenda, a meal
Metheglin or hydromel
Middleton, John, chef
Milk
Modern terms for dishes first introduced
More, Sir Thomas
Morsus
Morton, Cardinal
Moryson, Fynes, quoted
Mulberries
Mushrooms
Music to announce the banquet
Mustard

Nasturtium-buds, pickled
Neckam, Alexander
Nevill, Archbishop
Newcastle coal
New College pudding
Nidderdale
Noble Book of Cookery
Norfolk dumplings
   — yeoman
Norman cuisine
   — influence on cookery
Normandy
Nott, John, chef

Oatmeal
Oblys
Odysseus
Odyssey
Olio
   — pie
Omelettes
Orders and Ordinances of Lord Burleigh as steward of Westminster
Ordinaries, London
   — Parisian
Oriental sources of cooking
Oxford
Oxford cake

Parisian cook’s-shops
Partridges not recommended to the poor
Passage, a game
Pastry
Peacocks
Pelops
Pepper
Peter of Blois
Peterborough Abbey
Pewter, utensils of
Phagetica of Ennius
Pheasants
Pickles
Piers of Fulham
Pies
Pig’s pettitoes
Ploughman (husbandman)
Plovers
Pockets
Poloe
Polyphemus
Pome de oringe
Poor, diet of the
   — relief of the
“Poor Knights,” a dish
Pope, Alex.
Porcelain
Pork
Porpoise
Porte-chape
Potato
Pot-au-feu
Pot-hook
Pot-luck
Poudre-marchaunt tart
Poultry
Powdered beef
   — horse
Puddings
Pulpatoon

Quinces

Rabbit
Radish-pods, pickled
Raisin-sauce
Rasher
Rear-supper
Receipts of eminent persons
   — Early
Religious scruples against certain food
Rents, excessive
Roasting-spit or iron
Robert, Master, and his wife Helena
Romans, culinary economy of
   — obligation to Greece
Roses, conserve of
Rundell, Mrs.
Rush, Friar
Russell’s Book of Nurture

Salt
   — fine
   — cellar
Sandwich, Kent
Saracen sauce
Saucepan
Sauces
Sausage
Saxon influence on diet
Scotland, want of Inns in
Scots, the
   — their early food
   — their poverty
Scott, Sir Walter
Scottish cookery, early
Secret house, keeping
Shakespeare, W.
Shrewsbury cakes
“Sing a song of sixpence”
Smith and his Dame, a tale
Smith, E., Preface to her Cookery Book
   — select extracts from the work
Soap
Song of the Boar’s Head
Soups
Soyer, Alexis
Spanish influence on cookery
   — Armada
Spice with wine
Spinach
Spit-turner
Spit, turning the, a tenure
Spoons
Spread-eagle pudding
Spruce-beer
Squire, functions of the, at table
“Squire of Low Degree”
St. Albans Abbey
St. John’s College, Cambridge
Stanton-Harcourt
“Store of house”
Subtleties
Sugar
Swan
Swinfield, Bishop
Sykes, Colonel
Syrups from flowers

Table-cloth
Table-furniture
Tansies
Tart, fruit
Tea caudle
Temse
Tiffany cakes
Tillinghast, Mary
Tinder-box
Tom Thumb
Touchwood, Peregrine, Esquire
Towel
Trencher
   — Posies on the
Tripe, double
Tripod
Trivet
Trumpet, dishes brought into the hall to the sound of
Tureiner
Tusser, Thomas

Ude, Louis Eustache
Utensils
   — treatise on, by Alex. Neckam

Vegetable diet
Venison
Venner, Tobias
Viard et Fouret, MM.
Village life, early
Vocabularies, primary object of

Wafery
Wandsworth
Warham, Archbishop
Westminister
Westphalia hams
Whale
Whetstone cakes
Whey
White grease
Whittinton, Robert
Wigs
William I.
   — III., his posset
William of Malmesbury
Wines
   — lists of
Wolsey, Cardinal
Wood-Street cake
Wormwood cakes
   — wine
Wotton, Sir Edward

Yeoman, diet of the
   — bad state of the
Yorkshire
Young Cook’s Monitor, the, by M.H.

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