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" To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body ; then put in the knife at d, and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction d, e. "
The cook's own book, and housekeeper's register: being receipts for cooking ... - Page xlvii
by Mrs. N. K. M. Lee, Eliza Leslie - 1840 - 337 pages
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A new system of domestic cookery. By a lady [M.E. Rundell].

1808
...d, turn the leg back, and if a young bird, it will easily separate. To take off the wiug, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body ; then put in the knife at i/, and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction, d, e. Nothing...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Volume 2

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1809
...surgeons take notice that this instruction is not meant for them.] "To take on" tlie wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body; then put in the knife at <f and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction d, e. Nothing but...
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Select Reviews, Volumes 1-2

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1809
...notice thai this in struction is not meant for them.] "Та take oil' the wing, put jour fork into Ac small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body ; then put in the knife at d and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction i!, c. Nothing but...
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Select Reviews, Volume 2

1809
...surgeons take notice that this instruction is not meant for them.] " To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the hody ; then put in the knife at d and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction rf, e. Nothing...
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Modern domestic cookery, and useful receipt book

Elizabeth Hammond - 1819
...it to the body, and having passed the knife at 4, turn the leg back. To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body ; then put in the knife at 4, and divide the joint down in the direction of 4, 5. However, practice...
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A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and ...

Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell - Cookery - 1824 - 449 pages
...d, turn the leg back, and if a young bird, it will easily separate. To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body ; then put in the knife at d, and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction d, e. Nothing but...
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The complete servant, by Samuel and Sarah Adams

Samuel Adams (servant.), Sarah Adams - 1826
...turning it back, but if it be an old bird, it will require some strength. To take oil" the wing, pass the fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body, then enter the knife at the point of the wing, and divide the joint (which requires some practice to...
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Memoirs, letters, and comic miscellanies in prose and verse. Ed. by H. Smith

James Smith - 1840
...surgeons take notice that this instruction is not meant for them. " To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body; then put in the knife at d, and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction d, e. Nothing but...
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A New System of Domestic Cookery, Formed Upon Principles of Economy, and ...

Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell - Cooking, American - 1840 - 351 pages
...at d, turn the leg back, and if a young hird it will easily separate. To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the hody ; then put in the knife at d, and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction d, e. Nothing...
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The American Housewife: Containing the Most Valuable and Original Receipts ...

Cookery, American - 1841 - 144 pages
...d, turn the leg back, and, if a young bird,* it will easily separate. To take off the wing, put your fork into the small end of the pinion, and press it close to the body ; then put in the knife at c, and divide the joint, taking it down in the direction c, d. Nothing but...
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