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Partridge, the 1039

Roast' 1039

„ to carve a .. .. 1057

Paste, board and rolling-pin .. 1186

Cutter and corner-cutter .. 1189

Ornamental cutter .. .. 1189

Pincers and jagger .. .. 1186

Patty-pans, plain and fluted .. 1190

Pea, the 143

Peach, the 1469

Pear, bon Chretien 1576

Pears, stewed 1576

Peas, green 1135

Pepper, black 369

Long 399

Perch, the 292

Pestle and mortal 421

Pheasant, the 1041

Roast 1041

„ to carve a 1059

Pickle, Indian 551

Pie, raised 1340

Pig, Guinea 997

Roast, sucking 841

„ ,, to carve a .. 842

Pig's face 823

Pigs 765

Pigeon, barb 976

Bine rock 976

Carrier 974

Fantail 976

Jacobin 976

Nun 975

Owl 976

Pouter 973

T 974

Runt 975

To carve a 1003

Trumpeter 975

Tumbler 975

a 976

Wood 975

Pike, the 295

Pimento 438

Plaice, the 298

Plover.the 1044

Plum, the 13S0

Plums, box of French .. ..1598

Pork, fore loin of 829

Griskin of 827

Tender loin of 829

Leg of, to carve a .. .. 844

,, roast 800

Side of, showing joints .. .. 795

Spare rib of 827

Pot, boiling 567

Potato, the 147

Pasty pan 1333

Rissoles 1147

Sweet 1146

Potatoes, baked, served in napkin 1136

Poundcake 1770

Prawn, the 198

Ptarmigan, or white grouse .. 1045

Pudding, boiled fruit 1284

Cabinet 1256

Punch-bowl and ladle .. ..1839

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Quadrupeds 585

Quail, the 1046

Quern, or grinding-mill .. .. 117

Quince, the 1233

Rabbit, Angora 985

Boiled 977

„ to carve a 1004

Hare, the 985

Himalaya tr

Lop-eared 984

Roast 983

M to carve a 1004

Wild 978

Radish, long 1152

Turnip 1152

raisin, grape 1:124

Ram, heath 689

Leicester' s

Romney-Marsh and ewe .. 691

South-Down and ewe .. .. 687

Range, modern 65

Raspberry, the 1267

Cream mould U75

Ratafias 1745

Rhubarb .. .. 1339

Rice, casserole of 1350

Ears of .. • 150

Roach, the 243

Rolls 1723

Rusks 1734

Sage 427

Na palm 152

Salad, in bowl 1152

Salmon, t o

To carve a p. 175

Salt-mine at Northwich .. .. 403

Saucepan, ancient 68

Modern 68

Sauce-tureen, boat, &c. .. .. 354

Sausages, fried 838

Saute-pan 571

Ancient 68

Modern 68

Scales, ancient and modern .. 70

Screen, meat 582

Sea-bream, the 310

Sea-kale 1150

Boiled 1150

Shad, the 311

Shalot, the 410

Sheep 678

Heath ram 689

,, ewe 690

Leicester ram 688

,, ewe 689

Romney-Marsh ram and ewe .. 691

South-Down ram and awe .. 687

Shortbread 1780

Shrimp, the 313

Skate, thomback 315

Smelt, the 319

Snipe, the 1047

Roast 1047

,, to carve a 1060

Sole, the a
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Sorrel 431

Souffle-pan 1481

Sow, and pigs .. 7 65

Berkshire 781

Chinese 785

Cumberland 784

Essex 782

Yorkshire 783

Spinach 155

Garnished with croutons .. 1155

Pan cake 1783

Sprat, the 331

Sprouts, Brussels 1098

Stewpan 567

Stock-pot, ancient .. .. .. 66

Bronze 66

Modern .. 66

Stove, gas 575

Family kitchener .. .. 65
Leamington .. .. 65, 540

Pompeiian .. .. .. 65

Strawberries, dish of 1598

Sturgeon, the 333

Sugar-cane, the 1335

Sultana grape, the 1326

Swans 51

Tarragon 503

Tart, open 1365

Open mould for a .. -. 1365

Plum 1331

Tartlets, dish of 1371

Tazza and carrot leaves .. .. 121

Tea 1814

Teacakes 1787

Tench, the 334

Thyme, lemon 458

Tipsy cake 1487

Tomato, the 529

Tomatoes, stewed 1159

Trifle 1489

Trout, the 336

Truffles Il6l

Turbot, the 338

Kettle 338

To carve a .. .. p. 176

Tureen, soup 88

Turkey, boiled 986

Roast 990

„ to cane a 1005

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Turnip 157

Turnips 1165

Turret on old Abbey kitchen .. 62

Turtle, the 189

Urns, LoyselTs hydrostatic.. .. 1810 Utensils for cooking, ancient and

modem 66-8

Vanilla cream mould 1490

Veal, breast of 857

„ to carve a .. .. 912

Cutlets 866

Fillet of 872

,, to carve a .. .. 914

Fricandeau of 874

Knuckleof 886

„ to carve a .. .. 915

Loin of 385

„ to carve a .. .. 916

Vegetable, cutter U72

Strips of 131

Vegetable marrow 158

N white sauce 1173

On toast 1170

Vegetables 1069

Cellular development of .. 1075

Siliceous cuticles of .. .. 1075

Venison, haunch of 1061

,, roast .. .. 1049

,, to carve a .. 1061

Vermicelli 162

Vessels for beverages .. .. 1789

Vol-au-vent 1379

Small 1379

Walnut, the 536

Wheat 1779

Egyptian, or mummy .. .. 1783

Polish 1722

Red winter 1719

Whitebait 348

Whiting, the 343

Window and flowers 75

Wirebasket 494

Woodcock, the 1053

Roast 1053

Scotch 1653

To carve a 1062

Yorkshire pudding 1384 Page

COLOURED PLATES.

Apples in custard 667

Beef, round of, boiled .. .. 373

Roast sirloin of 277

Calf's head, boiled 331

Charlotte aux pommes .. 667

Cod*s head and shoulders .. .. 113

Crab, dressed 145

Duck, wild 513

Ducks, couple of, roast .. .. 443

Eggs, poached, and spinach .. 415

Frontispiece. The Free, Fair Homes

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Fowl, boiled with cauliflower .. 443

Roast, with watercresses .. 443

Fruits, centre dish of various .. 755

B roast 537

Grouse 537

Ham, cold glazed 331

Hare, roast 513

Jelly, two colours of 755

Lobsters, dressed 145

Mackerel, boiled .. .. .. 141

Mutton cutlets and mashed potatoes 415

Haunch of roast 373

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Mutton, saddle of roast .. .. 331

Shoulder b roast 277

Oysters, scalloped 145

Partridge I

Pheasant 5ia

Pie, raised .. .. .. 667

Pig, sucking, roast or baked .. 373

Pigeon .. 537

Plum-pudding, Christmas, in mould 667

Rabbit, boiled 51*

Or fowl, curried 415

Raspberry cream 75*

Rissoles 415

Salmon, boiled 113

Snipe 537

Soles, dish of filleted 113

Spinach and poached eggs .. .. 4)5
Strawberries, au nature!, in orna-
mental flower-pot 755

Tongue, cold boiled 277

Trifle 765

Turbot, or brill, ant .. .. 141

B roast 443

Veal, fricandeau of 415-

Vol-au-vent 667

Whiting, dish of, fried .. -. 141

"Woodcock 537/

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