Collared Beef

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      6 hr

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By Eliza Acton

Published 1845

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  • Beef, 8 lbs.
  • sugar, 3 oz.
  • salt, 8


Only the thinnest part of the flank, or the ribs, which are not so generally used for it, will serve conveniently for collaring. The first of these should be hung in a damp place for a day or two, to soften the outer skin; then rubbed with coarse sugar, and left for a couple of days; when, for eight pounds of the meat, one ounce of saltpetre and half a pound of salt should be added. In ten days