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A Very Good General Sauce(Sauces.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Take some mint, balm, basil, thyme, parsley, and sage; pick them from
the stalks, cut them very fine, slice two large onions very thin; then
put all the ingredients into a marble mortar, and beat them till they
are quite mixed; add some cayenne pepper and salt; beat all these well
together, and mix them by degrees in some good cullis, till it is of the
thickness of cream. Put them in a stewpan, boil them up; strain the
gravy from the herbs, pressing it from them very hard with the back of a
spoon; add to the gravy half a glass of wine, half a spoonful of salad
oil, the squeeze of a lemon, and a pinch of sugar. This sauce is
excellent for most dishes.
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