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Another Brooth For The Poor

(Broths.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)







Four hundred quarts of good broth for the poor may be made as

follows:--Good beef, fifty pounds weight; beeves' cheeks, and legs of

beef, five; rice, thirty pounds; peas, twenty-three quarts; black

pepper, five ounces and a half; cayenne pepper, half an ounce; ground

ginger, two ounces; onions, thirteen pounds; salt, seven pounds and a

half; with celery, leeks, carrots, dried mint, and any other vegetable.











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