let the pot be covered
close, and something in the pot to keep the Meat down in the Liquor that
it may not scorch, set it into the Oven with Houshold bread.
is baked, take it out, and let it cool, then hang it up one night in the
Chimney before you eat it, and so as long as you please, serve it in with Bay Leaves, and eat it with Mustard and Sugar.
Collar'd Beef Old Elizabethan Recipe
The above Old recipe is taken from for Collar'd Beef is written in totally
different way to today's recipe books.
There were no lists of ingredients - these were included as part of
Food and ingredient measurements were extremely basic - quantities
were not often specified.
It was assumed that the reader would already have some knowledge of
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