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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 68 verso || folio 69 recto
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To make a shri [p] mp Pye take the shrimps & boile the m the n pick the m & boile the m againe being first cleane - washed in warme water the n put the m in a pipkin with cleale water & a good quantitey of marrow & a litell white wine & a litell salt & peper & spice [p] beate smal the n make the coffins of good past & drye the m a littell in the oven before you put in the shrimps the n fill the m & [k] bake the m [& when yu] may if you please put in som buter melted in the m when the come out of the oven To make a Ra [p] biet Pye take the Rabiets & parboile the m & when the are cold cut all the meate from the bones in smal long peces the n season it with peper & salt & the spice you like lay a quarter of a pound of buter in the botom of the Pye page break 69. the n put the meat in with harde Egges cut smale & pickely coucombers & aney other pickled thinges with a litell Lemon pill cut smal the n lay the meate in & put a quarter of a pound of good buter one [y] it & so Lid it up & when it goes in the oven power in some water & or grauey if you haue it To fry a brest of Lamb take a brest of Lamb & parboile a litel the n take out out all the long bones if you pleas the n cut it the long way & the n cut [a] twise the crose way so that you may make six peces of it the n take the yolkes of six egges & beate the m & put in some spice & peper & salt & parseley & time cut smale the n dipe the peces of lamb in to it that it may be all coufred with it shred [an] some lemono pill & put in [ the n lay one brest oneof ] [ the tope of the Pye ] frye it in good buter & for sauce to it 4 or 5 spoone fulls o whit wine or verges & Iuce
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