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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 58 verso || folio 59 recto
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To make a round Pastie of Mutton Take good crust & role it out [thine] not thine the n take a Legg of good mutton & parboile it a Littell & the n cut it in thine slices & whilest it tis hot sprinkell upon it wine vinger & peper & salt & role out a peice of past round & lay the slices upon it the n have prepared some oiyons redeily boyled tender & beaten to a pap with the back of a spoon & put it one the mutton & some peces of good butter under the meate & upon it & lay a pece of past round rould round like the other upon it: you must put in [some water] the liquor that bones [e] of the mutton hath bin shred in after it tis Paked or before which the n please so close it up with an edge of past as you doe a Past page break 59. [ To make a round Pastie of muton ] To make a Pie of Lambe Take a pece of veale & minc it smale with some beefe suet & some marow & hearbs as you like & peper & salt & spice & were vinger the n take some of [y] this meate an egg a beaten make it in to littell bales the n lay the rest of the meat at the bottom of the Pie the n take some lambe being planched & the sweete breads of the lamb & the stones & yolkes of harde Egges whole or in halves & the halfe of the minced meate & some peices of marow & dates & artechoke botomes boyled tender pine appel [s] curneles skerits or parsnipes boyled tender mingle in all these thinges or some of the m which you like & lay the m in the Pie with a blade o [f] r two to mace & some good Butter the n make a lare with 3 or 4 sponfulls of white wine or veriuice & a littell butter & the yolk of an Egge beaten with a littell amber
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