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Boulestin also mentions the 'aromatic flavour' imparted to veal kidneys by juniper
berries. mace: In English cooking a most important spice, mace comes from the
outer covering of the nutmeg (myrista officinalis or myristica fragrans). Potter§ ...
It would have een handy in the spice box or cupboard whereas the nutmegs had
to be grated and were perhaps scarcer than mace, although the price of the latter
seems to have been only very little less than that of nutmegs. A curiosity occurs ...
The ingredients are: \\ lb. sharp apples; f lb. stoneless raisins; f lb. currants; \ lb.
mixed peel; f lb. suet; f lb. sultanas; 2 oz. skinned and coarsely chopped almonds;
£ tea/ spoon each of grated nutmeg, cinnamon, mace; J lb. sugar; rind and juice ...
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - Carrie.deSilva - LibraryThing
There was quite a lull after Elizabeth David's (1913 - 1992) prodigious output in the 1950s, then this volume appeared in 1970. Although titled English Kitchen, the history of imports coming along ... Consulter l'avis complet
LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - tonysomerset - LibraryThing
Ultimately an irritating and lazy book, promises so much then fails to deliver. It starts on a high as in her usual very readable style of regaling us with the history and other antedotes about the ... Consulter l'avis complet
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