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Shoulder Of Lamb Grilled

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The shoulder of lamb is good roasted plain, but is better cooked in the

following manner. Score it in checkers, about an inch long, rub it over

with a little butter, and the yelk of an egg; then dip it into finely

pounded bread crumbs; sprinkle on salt, pepper, and sweet herbs; roast

it till of a light brown. This is good with plain gravy, but better with

a sauce, made in the following manner. Take a quarter of a pint of the

drippings from the meat, mix it with the same quantity of water, set it

on the fire; when it boils up, thicken it with a little flour and water

mixed, put in a table spoonful of tomato catsup, the juice and grated

rind of a lemon; season it with salt and pepper.

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Shoulder Of Lamb Grilled

Half roast, then score, and season it with pepper, salt, and cayenne.

Broil it; reserve the gravy carefully; pass it through a sieve to take

off all fat. Mix with it mushroom and walnut ketchup, onion, the size of

a nut, well bruised, a little chopped parsley, and some of the good

jelly reserved for sauces. Put a good quantity of this sauce; make it

boil, and pour it boiling hot on the lamb when sent to table.









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