Indian Domestic Economy and Receipt Book: Comprising Numerous Directions for Plain Wholesome Cookery, Both Oriental and English, with Much Miscellaneous Matter, Answering All General Purposes of Reference Connected with Household Affairs Likely to be Immediately Required by Families, Messes, and Private Individuals, Residing at the Presidencies Or Out-stations (Google eBook)

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publisher not identified, 1860 - Cookery, Indic - 677 pages
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Page 674 - Conviction, shall not be forthwith paid, the same shall be levied by Distress and Sale of the Goods and Chattels of the Offender, by Warrant under ~,'.'". .. the Hand and Seal of such...
Page 33 - This root is held in much esteem. There is none better, nor perhaps so good. When first given it is slightly diuretic and laxative ; but as the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects cease to be produced.
Page 674 - ... detained in safe custody until the return can be conveniently made to such warrant of distress, unless the offender shall give security to the satisfaction of such officer for his appearance at such place and time as shall be appointed for the return of the warrant of distress, and...
Page 102 - A good way to warm up any cold fish. Stew the oysters slowly in their own liquor for two or three minutes, take them out with a spoon, beard them, and skim the liquor, put a bit of butter into a stew-pan ; when it is melted, add as much fine bread-crumbs as will dry it up...
Page 670 - ... letter or other article, or any mail-bag or box, with the intention of fraudulently appropriating anything therein contained, shall be punished...
Page 182 - ... minced fine, the juice of half a lemon, and a roll of the peel, some salt, and a few grains of cayenne ; thicken it with flour and butter, and let it simmer for two or three minutes, till the meat is warm. In the meantime score the legs and rump, powder them with pepper and salt, broil them...
Page 649 - ... and every person who shall make a collection of exempted letters for the purpose of conveying or sending them otherwise than by the post, or by the post, shall forfeit for every letter...
Page 673 - Peace shall be quashed for error of form or procedure, but only on the merits ; and it shall not be necessary to state on the face of the conviction, order, or judgment, the evidence on which it proceeds, but the depositions taken, or a copy of them...
Page 145 - Let it stew gently till perfectly tender, about three hours ; then take out the cheek, divide into pieces fit to help at table ; skim, and strain the gravy ; melt an ounce and a half of butter in a stewpan ; stir into it as much flour as it will take up ; mix with it by degrees a pint and a half of the gravy ; add a tablespoonful of mushroom or walnut ketchup, or port wine, and boil a short time.
Page 204 - ... fire to keep hot while you thicken the gravy ; take three ounces of butter and some flour, rub together, put in the gravy, stir it well, and let it boil about ten minutes ; strain it through a sieve over the hare, and it is ready.

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