Forgotten a Forbidden Foods From Old Cook Books!This extraordinary recipe book will make your eyes water, and, possibly, your mouth! Even if you're dubious about the eating scrapple or head-cheese, it makes a highly entertaining read. Learn how our not-so distant ancestors found a use for just about every part of the cow, sheep, and pig, plus a long list of more unusual species... Plenty of ideas for jaded dinner party hosts with demanding guests!This cookery compilation makes a great novelty gift for epicures and gourmets, a wonderful talking-point for the bookshelf, but also contains invaluable, comprehensive reference material for serious cooks who want to stretch their horizons... How to skin skunk or eel, make a squirrel pie, or bear hams... Here's how to make your own haggis, chitterlings, fagots, black pudding, prepare sweetbreads... plus Peculiar Puddings, Surprising Soups, Sickroom Feasts, Fowl Ideas, plus the proper way to serve molluscs, reptiles and amphibians...Let the whole cool, in order to roll it of the size of the yolk of an egg or smaller: poach it in salt and boiling water, and when very ... You cannot put the whole in a large vessel, for many reasons: first, it will be long in cooling; secondly, when you take some out, it will break all the rest into rags. ... *In perfecting the above receipt for turtle soup, which the author can without vanity assert, is the best if not the onlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Brains and Brawn... Trotters and Tripe|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2007-11|