Pudding made from cold veal roast

(Recipe #38, page 161)

Ingredients: 1¾ pounds of finely chopped fresh-tasting veal roast, with skin and sinews removed, 8 eggs, a scant 6 ounces of butter, 2–3 ounces of 2-day-old grated milk-bread [bread soaked in milk], ½ cup of sweet cream, 6 finely chopped shallots, salt, and a bit of nutmeg. Continue reading

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Currant pudding (excellent)

(Recipe #14, page 155)

Ingredients: ¼ pound of butter, ½ pound of fine flour [about 1-3/4 cups], a good ½ quart of milk, 8 large eggs, 3 heaping tablespoons of sieved sugar, the grated peel of a lemon or a generous half a nutmeg, ½ pound of good well-washed and dried currants, 7 ounces of grated stale white bread, and a generous half-wineglass of rum or arrack. Continue reading

Wild goose

(Recipe #7, page 149)

An old wild goose is even tougher than an old domestic goose. Therefore roast a whole goose only when it is young. If it is older, cut it into small pieces as described in section I, pour boiling vinegar with bay leaves and cloves over it, and marinate it for 8 days, turning the pieces daily. Then prepare it like jugged hare, but omitting the sugar. Continue reading

English plum pudding, no. 3

(Recipe #4, page 152)

Ingredients: 1 pound each of finely shredded firm beef suet, flour, seeded raisins, and currants, 8 eggs, ¼ pound sugar, 3 ounces of finely ground almonds, ½ a nutmeg, 1 teaspoon of salt, ½ ounce of citron, ½ ounce of orange peel, 1 wineglass of rum, and enough milk that a spoon can stand upright in the dough. Continue reading

English plum pudding, no. 2

(Recipe #3, page 152)

Ingredients: ½ pound of raisins, ½ pound of currants, ½ pound of chopped suet, ½ pound zwieback crumbs, ½ pound sugar, ¼ pound of citron, 2–3 ounces of ground almonds, 2–3 ounces of orange peel, ½ a nutmeg, 1 wineglass of rum, and 4 whole eggs (without beating the whites). Continue reading

English plum pudding, no. 1

Ingredients: 4 eggs, their whites beaten to soft peaks, ¾ quart of fresh cream, ½ pound of fine flour, ½ pound of finely chopped suet, ½ pound of well-washed currants, ¾ pound of seeded, coarsely chopped raisins, 2–3 ounces of butter, 1 ounce of sliced candied citron, 1 ounce of orange peel, ½ a nutmeg, half wineglass of rum, and a bit of salt. Continue reading