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BOILED FOWLS

(Introductory Remarks.) - (The Jewish Manual)







Are served with a fine white sauce, and are often garnished with
pieces of white cauliflower, or vegetable marrow, the chief object
is to keep them white; it is best to select white legged poultry for
boiling, as they prove whiter when dressed.

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White Sauce For Boiled Fowls

Have ready a sauce, made of one pint of veal jelly, half a quarter of a

pound of butter, two small onions, and a bunch of parsley; then put

three table-spoonfuls of flour, half a pint of boiling hot cream, the

yolks of three eggs, a pinch of cayenne pepper, and the same of salt;

boil all up together, till of a tolerable thickness; keep it hot, and

take care that it does not curdle. Make ready some slices of truffles,

about thirty-four, the size and thickness of a shilling, boil them in a

little meat jelly; strain them, and add the truffles to the sauce

previously made. When ready to serve, pour the sauce and truffles over

whatever meat they are destined for.

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Liver Sauce For Boiled Fowls

Boil the liver just enough to spread; add a little essence of anchovy

and grated lemon-peel, the yolk of a hard egg, and the juice of a lemon:

mix it well together, and stir it into some butter.









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