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Creator
Abbott, Edward, 1801-1869
Title
The English and Australian cookery book : cookery for the many, as well as for the upper ten thousand / by an Australian aaristologist
Call Number
SR 641.5 A131
Created/Published
London : Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, 1864
Pages
356
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Contents

ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN COOKERY BOOK. COOKERY FOR THE MANY, AS WELL AS FOR THE "UPPER TEN THOUSAND." • 8
DEDICATION. 11
INTRODUCTORY PREFACE. 13
CONTENTS. 21
INDEX. 25
GLOSSARY, 39
1.-SOUPS. 41
ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN COOKERY. 41
lI.—BROTHS. 46
[II—ROASTING. 49
IV.-BOILING: 55
V—BAKING, 58
VI.—FRYING. 59
VII—BROILING. 60
VIII.—MADE DISHES. 61
IX.—SAUCES. 71
X,—GRAVIES. 76
XI.—THE COOK. 78
XII-CONDIMENTS: 80
XIIi.-SAVOURY PIES AND PUDDINGS. 85
XIV.—POULTRY. 87
XV—PUDDINGS AND PIES. 92
XVI.—PASTRY. 103
XVIi.—BASTINGS AND DREDGINGS. 106
XVIII.—MACARONI AND VERMICELLI. 107
XIX.—PICKLES. 108
XX.—SALADS. 109
XXI.—OYSTERS. 111
XXI 1.-WATER. 113
XXIII-SAUSAGES. 115
XXIV—BREAD AND BREAKFAST CAKES. 116
XXV.—THE DESSERT. 124
XXVI.—GAME. 125
XXV! I.—CARVING. 137
XXVIII.—FISH. 138
XXIX—FORCEMEAT AND STUFFING. 146
XXX.—CIDER AND PERRY. 148
XXXI-GINGER: 149
XXX! I.—CONFECTIONERY. 150
XXXIII—FONDU. 157
XXXIV-DINNER ACCORDING TO COUNT D'ORSAY. 158
XXXV. —APPERT'S MODE OF PRESERVING FRUIT OR VEGETABLES. 159
XXXVI-VEGETABLES. 160
XXXViII.-JONES'S PATENT FLOUR. 165
XXXVII—TOASTED CHEESE. 165
XXXIX.—MILK. 167
XL!.—TOAST. 169
XL.—CHUTNEY. 169
XLII.-A DINNER FROM THE "ORIGINAL." 170
XLIII—THE HUNDRED GUINEA DISH. 171
XLIV,—SPORTSMAN'S DINNER; OR, ATHLETES' FOOD. 173
XLV-DINNER PARTY PRECEDENCE. 174
XLVI—SUPPERS AND LUNCHEONS. 175
XLVII.-HOME-MADE WINES AND CORDIALS. 176
XLVI!I.-TABLE-CLOTHS AND NAPKINS. 180
XLIX.—TEA. 181
L-DINNER CEREMONIAL. 184
LI!.—BREAKFAST. 186
Li.—SOY. 186
LÍÌ.-ICE. 188
LIV.—PRESERVES AND CONSERVES. 190
LV.—PRESIDENCY AT DINNER. 192
LVI.—CAKES. 193
LVII.—APPLES. 201
LVIII—BISCUITS. 202
LIX—OLD TUSSER'S GOOD AND BAD HUSWIFERY„ 205
LX.—DRESS AND MANNERS AT A DINNER PARTY. 206
LXI.-BEER. 208
LXII.-EGGS. 214
LXI V.—WINES. 217
LXIII.— MAGICAL DRINKS. 217
LXV.—NUTRITION. 225
LXVI.—LIQUEURS. 226
LXVI I.—COFFEE. 228
LXVIII.—STOVES. 230
LXIX.-WHY ANIMALS TO BE EATEN MUST BE KILLED. 231
LXX.-DINNERS A LA RUSSE. 232
LXXL—GERMAN SOUR-KROUT. 233
LXXII.—STRASBOURG PIES. 235
LXXIII.—HERRING AND ANCHOVY PASTE. 235
LXXIV.—ORANGE-FLOWER WATER. 236
LXXV.—VEGETABLE ESSENCES AND TINCTURES: 236
LXXVI.—HAMS, BACON, AND SALT MEAT. 237
LXXVII.—KETCHUP. 242
LXXVIII.—VINEGAR. 244
LXXIX.—THE DINNER HOUR, 246
LXXX.—ELIZABETHAN LIVING. 247
LXXXI.—DIGESTION. 248
LXXXII-CONVIVIAL MAXIMS FROM THE "PHYSIOLOGY OF TASTE." 249
LXXXIII,—YEAST. 250
LXXXIV.-A BACHELOR'S DINNER, ACCORDING TO SOYER. 253
LXXXV – CHOCOLATE. 255
LXXXVI-CURRY POWDER. 255
LXXXVI I.—BITTERS. 256
LXXXIX-COOKERY FOR THE DESTITUTE. 257
LXXXVI Ii.—COPPER SAUCEPANS. 257
XC.—"DINNER PARTIES IN THE SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES. 260
XCI.—MOSSES. 261
XC! I.—MINCEMEAT A LA SOYER. 262
XCIII.—LEMON-JUICE. 262
XCIV.-AL FRESCO PARTIES, OR PIC-NICS. 263
XCV-LIST OF BRITISH FISH. 264
XCV!.—SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FISH 265
XCVII.— TASMANIAN FISH. 266
XCVHI.—NEW ZEALAND FISH. 272
XCIX.—VICTORIAN FISH. 274
c—FISH OF NEW SOUTH WALES-AUSTRALIA PROPER. 277
CI.—SMOKING. 279
CI I.—SERVANTS. 282
Clli PYROLIGNEOUS ACID. 284
CIV.—SCRAPS AND SAYINGS. 285
CV.-AIGUILLETTES. 288
CVI.—PRESERVED MEATS. 289
C VI I.—LAVER—(Porphyra Laciniata). 291
CVi! I.—BUTTER. 292
CIX-HEBREW REFECTION, 294
CX.—DOMESTIC HINTS. 305
CX!.—CLUBS. 308
CXII.—EDIBLE FOOD. 310
CXIII.—DRINKS. 313
CXIV.-THE LAST DINNER. 330
CXV.—CONCLUSION 332
INDEX TO AUTHOBS AND BOOKS, ETC., QUOTED. 335

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