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Tart, barberry 1245

Cherry .. . .. .. 1261

Damson .. 1270

Gooseberry ] 285

Plum 1331

raspberry and currant.. .. J 267

Rhubarb .. 1339

Strawberry, or any other kind

of preserve, open .. .. 1365

Tartlets 'V

Polish 1320

Tarrogan 503

Taxes .. . 2714

Tea 1814

And coffee 1813

Miss Nightingale's opinion on

the use of 1864

To make 1814

Teacakes 1786

To toast 1787

Teal, to carve d

To roast a 1048

Teething 2510-18

Tenancy, by sufferance .. .. 2701

General remarks on .. .. 2717

Tench, the 334

And eel-pie 349

Matelote of 334

Singular quality in the .. .. 335

Stewed with wine .. .. 335

Terms used in cookery, French .. 87

Thrush and its treatment .. 2523-37

Thyme 166

Tipsy-cake 1487

,, an easy way of making 1488

Toad-in-the-hole 672

„ of cold meat .. 743

Toast, and water, to make .. .. I876

Sandwiches 1877

Tea-cakes, to 1737

To make dry ,. .. .. 1725

„ hot buttered .. .. 1726

Toffee, Everton, to make .. .. 1507

Tomato, analysis of the .. .. 1159

Extended cultivation of the .. 1160

Immense importance in cookery 1158

Sauce 529

„ for keeping .. .. 530-2

Shewed 1159-60

Uses of the .. 529, 528, 2690

Tomatoes, baked, excellent.. .. 1158

Tongue, boiled 673

Pickle for 641

To cure 674-5

To pickle and dress to eat cold 676

Tongues of animals 675

Toothache, cure for the .. 2678 9

Tourte apple in t res

Treacle, or molasses, description of 1224

Pudding, rolled 1372

Trifle, apple 1404

Gooseberry 1434

Indian 1436

To make a.. .. .. .. 1489

Tripe, to dress 677

Trout, the 336

Stewed 336

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Truffle, the common 1161

Impossibility of regular culture

of the 1162

Uses of the 1164

Truffles, aritalicnne .. .. 1)64

Au naturel .. 1161

Italian mode of dressing .. 1163

Ad dress with F .. 1162

Where found 1163

Turbot, the 338

Alacreme 341

Ancient Romans* estimate of the 340

M gratin 342

Boiled 337

Fillets of, baked 339

,, al'Italienne.. .. 340

Garnish for, or other large flsh 338
To carve a.. .. .. p- 175

To choose 338

Turkey, boiled 986

Croquettes of 987

Difficult to rear the .. .. 188

Disposition of the .. .. 988

English 900

Feathers of the 991

Fricasseed 988

Habits of the 988

Hashed 989

Hunting 989

Native of America .. .. 986
Or fowl, to bone without opening992-4

Poults, ROAST 991

Roast 990

Stuffing for .. .. 520

Soup 188

To carve a roast 1005

Wild 987

Turnip greens boiled .. .. .. 1169

Or the French navet .. .. 1168

Qualities of the 1167

Uses of the 1105

Re introduced .. .. 157

Soup 157

Turnips, boiled 1165

Com mode of cooking .. 1167

In white sauce lite

Mashed 1166

Turnovers, fruit 12/8

Turtle, mock 172-3

Soup, cost of 189

The green 189

Valet, cleaning clothes .. .. 2239 Duties of the .. 2234-8, 2242 Polish for boots .. .. 2240-1

Vanilla cream 1490

Custard sauce 1361

Vanille or Vanilla 1490

Veal, a la bourgeoisc .. .. 869

and ham pie 898

Baked 856

Breast of, roast .. .. .. 857

„ stewed and peas .. 858

,, to carve .. .. 912

Cake 859

Collops 8/9

„ Scotch 870 Paragraph

Veal, collops, Scotch, white .. 871

Colourof 861

Carried 865

Cutlets 866

„ a la Maintenon.. .. 868

„ broiled 867

Dinner, " a very" .. 897

Fillet of, an Bechamel .. .. 883

„ roast 872

„ stewed 873

,, to carve a gu

Frenchman's opinion of .. 911
Fricandeau of .. .. .. 874-5

Knuckle of, ragout .. .. 884

„ stewed .. .. 886

„ to carve a .. 915

Loin of an Daube .. .. 888

,, au Bechamel .. .. 887

„ roast .. .. .. 886

„ to carve 916

Manner of cutting; up .. 854

Minced 89-B92

„ and macaroni .. .. 891

Neck of, braised 893

„ roast 894

Olive pie 895

Patties, fried 896

Pie 897

Potted 899

Quartiles 422

Ragout of, cold 900

Rissoles 901

Rolls 902

Sausages 904

Season and choice of .. .. 908

Shoulder of 903

Stewed 905

,, tendons de veau 909-10

Tete de veau en tortne.. .. 911

Vegetable, a variety of the gourd .. 158

Fried 1171

Marrow, a tropical plant .. 1171

„ boiled 1170

„ in white sance .. 1173

Soup 158, 159-61

Vegetables, acetarious .. .. 1151

And herbs, various .. .. 89

Cut for soups .. .. 1172

General observations on 1069, 1079

Reduced to puree .. .. 1166
In season, January to December

pp. 33-7

Venison 1049

Antiquity of, as food .. .. 444

Hashed 1050

Haunch of, roast 1049

Sauce for 518

Stewed 1051

The new 1051

To carve 1061

Ventilation, necessity of, in rooms

lighted with gas .. 2693

„ of stables .. .. 2206

Vermicelli 162,1377

Pudding 1377

Soup 162-3

Vicarage pudding 1378

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Victoria' s 1491

En camp 381

Gen 388

Celery 389

Chili 393

Cucumber 401

Gooseberry 1820

Horseradish, 418

Mint 470

Raspberry 1828

Use of, by the Romans .. .. 451

Vol-au-vent, an entree .. .. 13/9

Of fresh strawberries with

whipped cream.. .. .. 1381

Sweet, with fresh fruit.. .. c

Wafers, Geneva 1431

Walnut, the 536

Ketchup .. .. .. 535-6

Walnuts, pickled 634

Properties of the.. .. 1599
To have fresh throughout the

season 1607

Warts 268O

Washing 2377-8

Coloured muslins, &c 2380

Flannels 2381

Greasy cloths 2382

Satin and silk ribbons .. .. r

Silks 2385

Water.rate 2715

Souchy 352-3

Supply of in Rome .. .. 1216

Warm 2691

What the ancients thought of I

Wax, to remove 2272

Welsh, nectar t

Rarebit, or toasted cheese .. 1652

West-Indian pudding 1382

Wheat, diseases of 1779

Egyptian or mummy .. .. 1/83

Polish and Pomeranian.. .. 1722

Red varieties of t

Wheatear, the 996

Wheatears, to dress 996*

Whipped, cream 1492

Syllabubs 1493

Whisky cordial 1840

Whitebait 348

To dress 348

Whiting, the 343

Au gratin, or baked .. . * 346

Aux fines herbes 347

Buckhorn 344

t 343

Broiled 34*

Fried e

Pout and pollack 347

To carve a p. 176

„ choose 343

Whitlow, to cure a ■. .. 2681

Widgeon, to carve a 1068

Roast 1052

Will, attestation of a 2757

advice in making a .. .. t

Witnesses to a .. .. 2746, 2758

Wills 2732 38

Paragraph Wills, form of .. .. 2740-1

Wine, cowslip 1617

Elder 1818

Ginger 1819

Gooseberry, effervescing .. 1821
Lemon .. .. .. .. 1823

Malt 1824

Orange .. .. .. .. 1827

Rhubarb 1829

To mull 1838

Wire-basket 494

Witnesses 2739-51

Woodcock, description of the .. 1053

Scotch 1653

To carve a 1063

Paragraph Woodcock, to roast a .. .. 1053

Woollen manufactures .. .. 73/

aliens 2284

Worms 2409

Wounds 2682

Incised, or cuts .. ., 2683,2686
Liberated or torn .. 2684, 2687

Punctured or penetrating 2685, 2688

Yeast 1383

Cake, nice 1788

Dumplings 1383

Kirkleatham 1717

To make, tor bread „. ,. 1716

Yorkshire pudding 1384

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Almond and blossom .. .. 110

Puddings 1222

Almonds and raisins .. ., 1598

Anchovy 226

Apple, and blossom .. .. .. 1226

Compote of .. .. .. 1515

Jelly stuck with almonds .. 1395

Apples, dish of 1598

Arrowroot .. 387

artichoke, cardoon 1080

Jerusalem .. ., .. ,. 1084

Artichokes 1080

Asparagus 114

On toast 1087

Tongs 1087

Bacon, boiled 804

For larding, and needles .. 828

Bain Marie 430

Bantams, black 939

Feather-legged 958

Barbel 229

Barberry 1245

Barley 116

Basil • 417

Basin, pudding 1200

Basket, wire .. .. .. .. 494

Bay, the 512

Bean, broad 1092

French 1151

Haricot 1120

Scarlet runner 1090

Beef, aitchbone of 677

Brisket of, to carve a .. ., 677

Collared 617

Ribs of, to carve a .. .. 677

Round of, to carve a .. .. 677

Paragraph Out side of, showing the several

joints 595

Sirloin of 659

„ to carve a .. .. 677

Steak pie 604

Tongue .. .. .. .. 675

„ to carve a .. ., 677

Beetroot 1094

Birds 917

Blackcock .. 1019

Roast 1019

„ to carve a 1054

Blacking-brush box 2342

Blancmange 1409

Mould tor 1408,1442

Boar, Westphalian 787

Bread, &c 1668

Loaf of, cottage 1718

Tin 1718

Brill, the 230

Brocoli 1095

Boiled .. .. . .. 1095

Broom, carpet 2293

Long hair 2305

Brush, banister 2302

Cornice .. .. .. ., 2327

Crumb 2321

Dusting 2327

Furniture 2310

Plate 2317

Scrubbing 2306

Staircase 2302

Stove 2294

Buns 1731

Butler's tray and stand .. ,, 2315

Butter, dish 1632

Dish of, rolled 1634

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Cabbage, seeding 118

Cake-moolds .. .. 1756,1761,1772

Calf, side of, showing the several

joints .. .. .. .. 854

Calfs-head 877

Haifa 877

To carve a 913

Calves 845

Sweetbreads of 906

Caper, the 383

Capercalzie, the 1026

Capsicum, the .. ., .. .. 362

Carp, H I

Carpet brooms.. .. .. .. 2293

Carrots 1100

Cauliflower, the 1104

Boiled 1104

Celery 441

In glass 1107

Char, the 243

Charlotte aux pommes .. .. 1418

Cheese glass .. .. .. .. 1640

Hot-water dish for .. ..1651

Stilton 1639

Cherry ;.. 1261

Chervil 1151

Chestnut .124

t box of 1598

Mill 1807

Christmas puddings &c. .. .. 1175

Chub, the 243

Cinnamon .. .. .. .. 524

Citron, the 1436

Claret-cup 1831

Clove, the 367

Coal, sections of .. .. .. 73

Cocoa-beau 1815

Nut and blossom .. 125

„ palm 125

Cod, the 231

Cod's head and shoulders, to carvea;*. 174

Coffee 1811

Colander, ancient .. .. 68

Modern 68

Coriander 174

Cork, with wooden top .. .. 446

Cow and bull, Alderney .. .. 592

Galloway 593

Long-horn.. .. .. .. 591

Short-horn 590

Crab, the 245

Crayfish 193

Cream-mould 1430

Crumpets .. 1728

Cucumber, the .. .. 402, 1111

Slice 1152

Sliced 1111

Currants 1266

Zante 1264

Custards, in glasses 1423

Cygnet 998

Dace, the 243

Damson, the 1270

Deer, the .. .. .. ■ ■ 444

Eland, bull and cow .. .. 1051

Fallow, buck and doe .. .. 1050

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Deer, roebuck T

The stag and hind .. .. 1051

Dessert 1495

Dishes 1598

Dish, baking 551

Fie 1100

Sussex pudding .. .. .. 605

Dripping-pan, ancient .. .. 08

Modern .. .. .. 68

And basting-ladle .. .. 580

Duck, Aylesbury 935

Bowbill 93ft

Buenos Ayres 933

Call 937

Roast 934

„ to carve a 999

Rouen 934

Wild 1012

„ roast 1022

„ „ to carve a .. .. loss

Eel, the 249

Egg poacher, tin 1663

Stand for breakfast-table .. 1(156

Eggs, basket of 1667

Comparative sizes of .. 1666

Fried on bacon 1660

Poached, on toast .. .. 1663

Elder-berries 1818

Endive 169

Ewe. heath 690

Leicester .. .. .. .. 682

Romney-Marsh .. .. .. 6ui

South-Down 687

Fennel 412

Figs, compote of 1541

Fish 199

Flounders 259-

Flowers and fruit .. 6l, 103, 584, 925

Fowl, black bantams 939

Black Spanish 962

Boiled 938

„ to carve a.. .. .. 1000

Cochin-China 942

Dorking 940

Feather-legged bantams •. 958

Game 938

Guinea 970-

Pencilled Hamburgs .. 965

Roast 952:

,, to carve a 1001

Sebright bantams .. .. 961

Spangled Folands .. .. 941

Speckled Hamburgs .. .. 959

Sultans 963.

Fritter mould, Star 1473

Scroll M74

Fruit, dish of, mixed I

Dish of, mixed summer.. .. 1598

Game .. .. .. .. .. 1006

Garlic 392

Gherkins 428

Ginger 407

Gingerbread 1760

Glass measure, graduated .. .. 77,
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Goose, Emden 968

Roast 100-2

„ to carve a 1002

Toulouse 969

Gooseberry 429

Grape* raisin 1324

Sultana 1326

Tr ancient 68

Modern .. 68

Revolving 569

grouse, red 1025

Roast 1025

„ to carve a .. ,. 1058

Gudgeon, the 261

Gurnet, the 262

Haddock, the 263

Ham, boiled 811

To carve 843

Hare, the common .. .. 170,1027

Roast 1027

„ to carve a 1056

Herring, the 268

Horseradish 447

Hotplate 568

Horse box 2294

Ice-pail and spattle 1290

Ices, dish of 1556

Jack-bottle 580

Jam-pot 15:)2

Jar-potting .. .. .. .. 642

Jellies, &c 1385

Jelly, bag 1411

Mould 1411, 1416

„ oval 1449

Moulded with cherries .. .. 1440

Of two colours 1441

Open with whipped cream .. 1453

John Dory 248

Kettle, glaze 430

Fish 225

Gravy 432

Kidneys 724

KnUe-cIcaning machine .. .. 5123

Lamb' s- quarter of .. .. 750

,, „ to carve a .. 764

Leg of 752

Loin of 753

Ribs of 754

Saddle of 754

Side of 701

Lamprey, the 256

Landrail, the 1033

Leaf in puff paste 1245

Pastry 1492

Leeks 134

Lemon, the 405, 1296

Cream mould 1443

T 1294

Lentil, the 126

Lettuce, the 136

Lobster, the 2/0

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Macaroni 135

Macaroons 1744

Mace 371

Mackerel, the 281

Maize, ear of 172.1

Plant 1721

Marjoram 415

Marrow-bonesj.. 635

Meringues 1451

Milking cow .. 1608

Millet, Italian 1718

Panicled 1733

Mince pies 1311

Mint 469

Mould, baked pudding or cake .. 1329

Blancmange .. .. 1408, 1442
Boiled pudding .. 1196-8

Cake .. .. 1756, 1764, 177a

Cream 1430

For Christmas plum, pudding.. 1328

For an open tart 1365

Iced pudding 1289

Jelly Ull, 1416

„ oval 1449

Lemon cream 1443

Open 1454,1463

raised pie, closed and open .. 1190

Raspberry cream 1475

"Vanilla cream 1490

Muffins 1727

Mulberry, the 1560

Mullet, grey 284

Striped red 285

Mushroom, the 473

Mushrooms 1125

t 1125

Mustard 450

Mutton, cutlets 733

Haunch of 726

,, to carve a .. .. 759

Leg of 727

,, to carve a .. .. 760

Loin of 728

,, to carve a .. .. 761

Neck of 737

Saddle of 738

,, to carve a 762

Side of, showing the several joints 695

Shoulder of . T .. 739

„ to carve a .. .. 763

Nasturtiums 482

Nutmeg, the 378

Nuts, dish of 1598

Olive, the 506

Omelet 1456

Pan 1458

Onion, the 139

Orange, the 1314

Oranges, compote of 1565

Oyster, edible 286

Pail, house .. 2327

Pancakes .. .. .. .. 1467

Parsley 493

Parsnip, the 1132

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