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2002.-DINNER FOR 6 PERSONS (June).-H.
Calf s-Head Soup.
Green-Currant Tart. Custards, in glasses. Strawberry Blancmange.
Souffle" of Rice.
2003.-DINNER FOR 6 PERSONS (Juue).-III.
Vol-au-Vent of Strawberries and Cream. Strawberry Tartlets.
Lemon Blancmange. Baked Gooseberry Pudding.
1004.-DINNER FOR 6 PERSONS (June).—IV.
Soles a la Creme. Rod Mullet.
Strawberry Jelly. Swiss Cream. Cheesecakes. Iced Pudding.
PLAIN FAMILY DINNERS FOR JUNE.
2005. Sunday.—1. Salmon trout and parsley-and-butter, now potatoes. 2. Roast fillet of veal, boiled bacon-cheek and spinach, vegetables. 3. Gooseberry tart, custards.
2006. Monday.—1. Light gravy soup. 2. Small meat pio, minced veal, garnished with rolled bacon, spinach and potatoes. 3. Raspberry-and-currant tart.
2007. Tuesday.—1. Baked mackerel, potatoes. 2. Boiled leg of lamb, garnished with young carrots. 3. Lemon pudding.
2008. Wednesday.—1. Vegotablo soup. 2. Calf's liver and bacon, peas, hashed lamb from remains of cold joint 8. Baked gooseberry pudding.
2009. Thursday.—1. Roast ribs of beef, Yorkshire pudding, peas, potatoes. 2. Stewed rhubarb and boiled rice.
20io. Friday.—1. Cold beef and salad, lamb cutlets and peas. 2. Boiled gooseberry pudding and baked custard pudding.
2on. Saturday.—1. Rump-steak pudding, broiled beef-bones and cucumber, vegetables. 2. Bread pudding.
2012. Sunday.—1. Roast foro-quarter of lamb, mint sauce, peas, and new potatoes. 2. Goosoberry pudding, strawberry tartlets. Fondue.
2013. Monday.—1. Cold lamb and salad, stowed neck of veal and peas, young carrots, and new potatoes. 2. Almond pudding.
2014. Tuesday.—1. Green-pea soup. 2. Roast ducks stuffed, gravy, peas and new potatoes. 3. Baked ratafia pudding.
2015. Wednesday.—1. Roast leg of mutton, summer cabbage, potatoes. 2. Gooseberry and rice pudding.
2016. Thursday.—1. Fried soles, melted butter, potatoes. 2. Sweetbreads, hashed mutton, vegetables. 3. Bread-and-butter pudding.
2017. Friday.—1. Asparagus soup. 2. Boilod beef, young carrots an? new potatoes, suet dumplings. 3. College puddings.
2018. Saturday.—1. Cold boiled beef and salad, lamb cutlets and greet, peas. 2. Boiled gooseberry pudding and plain cream.
2020.-DIKTH-EB FOR 12 PERSONS (July).
Soup a la Jardiniere. Chicken Soup.
Crimped Salmon and Parsley-and-Butter. Trout aux fines herbes, in eases.
Loin of Veal a la Bechamel. Eoast Pore-quarter of Lamb. Salad.
Braised Ham, garnished with Broad Beans, Vegetables.
Roast Ducks. Turkey Poult.
Stewed Peas a la Franjaise. Lobster Salad. Cherry Tart.
Raspberry-and-Currant Tart. Custards, in glasses. Lemon Creams.
Nesselrode Pudding. Marrow Pudding.
Dessert and Ioes.
J021.-DINNER FOR 8 PERSONS (July)
Salmon and Lobster Sauce. Crimped Perch and Dutch Sauce.
Second Course. Haunch of Venison. Boiled Fowls a la Bechamel. Braised Ham. Vegetables.
Peas a la Franchise. Lobster Salad. Strawberry Cream. Blancmange.
Cherry Tart. Cheesecakes. Iced Pudding.
Dessert and lees.
2022.-DINNEB FOR 6 PERSONS (July).-I.
Soup a la Jardiniere.
Salmon Trout and Parsley-and-Butter. Fillets of Mackerel a la Mattre d'Hfltel.
Roast Lamb. Boiled Capon and White Sauce.
Boiled Tongue, garnished with small Vegetable Marrows. Bacon and Beans.
Whipped Strawberry Cream. Kaspberry-and-Currant Tart. Meringues.
Cherry Tartlets. Iced Pudding.
Dessert and Ices.
2023.-DINNEB FOR 6 PERSONS (July's.
Crimped Salmon and Caper Sauce. Whitebait.
Larded Turkey Poult.
Raspberry Cream. Cherry Tart. Custards, in glasses. Gateaux a la GeneVese.
PLAIN FAMILY DINNERS FOR JULY.
1024. Sunday.—1. Salmon trout and parsloy-and-butter. 2. Roast fillet of veal, boiled bacon-cheek, peas, potatoes. 3. Raspberry-and-eurrant tart, baked custard pudding.
2025. Monday.—1. Groen-pea soup. 2. Roast fowls garnished with water cress ; gravy, bread sauce; cold veal and salad. 3. Cherry tart.
2026. Tuesday.—1. John dory and lobster sauce. 2. Curried fowl with remains of cold fowls, dish of rice, veal rolls with remains of cold fillet. 3. Btrawberry cream.
2027. Wednesday.—1. Roast leg of mutton, vegetable marrow, and potatoes, melted butter. 2. Black-currant pudding.
2028. Thursday.—1. Fried soles, anchovy sauce. 2. Mutton cutlets and tomato sauce, hashed mutton, peas, potatoes. 3. Lemon dumplings.
2029. Friday.—1. Boiled brisket of beef, carrots, turnips, suet dumplings, peas, potatoes. 2. Baked semolina pudding.
2030. Saturday.—1, Cold beef and salad, lamb cutlets and peas. 2. Rolled jam pudding.
2031. Sunday.—1. Julienne soup. 2. Roast lamb, half calf's head, tongue and brains, boiled ham, peas and potatoes. 3. Cherry, tart, custard.
2032. Monday.—1. Hashed calfs head, cold lamb and salad. 2. Vegetable marrow and white sauce, instead of pudding.
2033. Tuesday.—L, Stewed veal, with peas, young carrots, and potatoes. Small meat pie. 2. Raspberry-and-currant pudding.
2034. Wednesday.—1. Roast ducks stuffed, gravy, peas, and potatoes; the remains of stewed veal rechauffe'. 2. Macaroni served as a sweet pudding.
2035. Thursday.—1. Slices of salmon and caper sauce. 2. Boiled knuckle of veal, parsley-and-butter, vegetable marrow and potatoes. 3. Black-currant pudding.
2036. Friday.—1. Roast shoulder of mutton, onion sauce, peas and potatoes. 2. Cherry tart, baked custard pudding.
2037. Saturday.—1. Minced mutton, rumpsteak-and-kidney pudding. 2, Baked lemon pudding.