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A book of verses collected by me, R. Dungarvan [manuscript].
Part I. When reading Part I, Part II is inverted and reversed.
Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of, 1612-1698, compiler.
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folio 56 verso || folio 57 recto
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is in bigness & pare a lemon or too & slice & mince the m mingele it with the Eggs when the Pie is baked open it & take out the capon & break it up & [tak] take a littell of the winges mince it put the Leamon & hard Eggs let not to muck batter remaine in the Pie put a littell of it in to a dish with a littell claret wine & the Iuice of too le or 3 [lemons] oranges & a littell shuger if you please haue uery littell butter in the Pie besides the gravey of the capon & put in carkes side bones leggs & winges of the capon againe the n lay the hard eggs upon it the n power the claret upon [e] all this you must doe it as fast as you can least the Pie be cold To make Pasty Crust Take a pottle of fine flower by [space] the n take a spoonefull or too fine shuger beaten & a littell [space] & mingell with the flower page break 57. the n take halfe a pound of good buter & rup it into the flower untill thare be none to be seene the n take too pound of good beefe suet cut into peces & boyle it in water a good while & when it tis cold shred it small the n beate it upon a deser with a rouleing pin the suet must be thus prepared before you [n] goe about to make your crust the n put this suet to the flower & five eggs but t [uo] wo 2 of the whites & so work it with a litle cold water into a litle past the n spread a broad with a rouleing Pin your past after you have wrought it & turned it one the other side & beat it a good while before you make your Pastie To season venson for a Pastie Take out all the bones parboyle it uery litell & turn the fat side downe upon a bord the n take the pill of 2 [le] lemons & cut the m in narow peces as long as your finguer & thurst
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