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AKE deviled sauce beaten become hot become thoroughly hot Beef Braised burn butter in Chafing CAPACITY FOUR HALF cold boiled potatoes cold roast Consisting of Chafing cook five minutes Cook over hot cook over open Cover Form curry powder dish and cook Dish and Cover Dish and let ebony ELT three pats finely chopped cold finely chopped parsley fire until meat FOUR HALF PINTS Fricassee GORHAM MFG Hot Water Pan inch thick Lamp Finish lemon juice let become let it become little salt Newburgh onions open fire paprika pats of butter PLATED CHAFING DISH polished Hot Water proper consistency pUT in Chafing put in dish recipe round Stand salt to taste sauce in Chafing Scrambled Season to taste SILVER CHAFING DISH six minutes sprinkle Stand and Lamp steak tablespoonfuls of cream taste and serve teaspoonfuls of lemon THREE HALF PINTS turn and cook Water Pan Handles white pepper Worcestershire sauce
Page 15 - Daintiness gave birth to this invention, in order that no viand should be chilled, and that everything should be hot enough to please the most pampered palate.
Page 17 - ... a kind of saucepan of Corinthian brass, of considerable value, and made with such art that its contents cook instantly and almost without fire. This simple and ingenious vessel possesses a double-bottom ; the uppermost one holds the light delicacies destined for the dessert, and the fire is underneath.
Page 19 - ... with fish at table, which a guest may retail when he is next at that period of the repast. Talleyrand was dining, in the year 1805, with the Minister of Finance, who did the honours of his house in the very best style. A very fine carp was on the table opposite to Talleyrand, but the fish was already cold. "That is a magnificent carp," said the financier: " how do you like it ? It came from my estate of Vir-surAisne.
Page 16 - Rotundus possessed a silver dish weighing 1,000 marks which was served in the midst of eight smaller ones weighing 100 marks each. These nine dishes were arranged at table on a machine which supported them and placed them prominently in view.
Page 19 - That is a magnificent carp," said the financier: " how do you like it ? It came from my estate of Vir-surAisne." " Did it ?" said Talleyrand, " but why did you not have it cooked here...
Page 22 - The Chafing Dish not only makes possible the sincerest expression of the most perfect hospitality, but it seems the true symbol of good fellowship.
Page 15 - The tray is 15 lines or an inch and a quarter deep, and the feet raise it about two inches above the plane. The three geese have their wings spread and terminate by neats