7. Another Way

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A Shilling Cookery for the People

By Alexis Soyer

Published 1854

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If an ordinary dish, put the potatoes over the carrots, also a few onions sliced, and the beef on trevet, as usual. When the meat has been too lean, put a piece of fat on the top, and cover the beef with a coating of pudding-paste, No. 319. When done remove the paste, and brown the meat with a shovel, like you would do venison; both meat and paste are excellent, the meat being full of gravy.