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A delicate Chewit
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ishmale
2009-12-25 09:43:17 UTC
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1615

Pies (Chewet)

Veal
Beef suet
Marrow
Apple
Wardens
Currants
Orange peel
Pepper
Salt
Nutmeg
Sugar
Rosewater



Instructions Parboil a piece of a leg of veal, and being cold, mince it
with beef suet, and marrow, and an apple or a couple of wardens: when you
have minced it fine, add a few parboiled currants, six minced dates, a
piece of a minced preserved orange peel and marrow cut in little square
pieces. Season all this with pepper, salt, nutmeg, and a little sugar:
then put it into your crusts, and bake it like that. Before you close
your pie, sprinkle on a little rosewater, and when they are baked shave
on a little sugar, and serve.
Jean B.
2009-12-25 13:55:03 UTC
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Post by ishmale
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A_delicate_Chewit#tab=Period_transcribed_recipe
A New Booke of Cookerie Image:England.png
1615
Pies (Chewet)
Veal
Beef suet
Marrow
Apple
Wardens
Currants
Orange peel
Pepper
Salt
Nutmeg
Sugar
Rosewater
Instructions Parboil a piece of a leg of veal, and being cold, mince it
with beef suet, and marrow, and an apple or a couple of wardens: when you
have minced it fine, add a few parboiled currants, six minced dates, a
piece of a minced preserved orange peel and marrow cut in little square
then put it into your crusts, and bake it like that. Before you close
your pie, sprinkle on a little rosewater, and when they are baked shave
on a little sugar, and serve.
That looks quite apropos for this season!

Thanks, too, for posting here. We need to breathe some life into
this ng.
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Jean B.
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