Wellcome Collection: Coley Family (MS1711 )

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Receipt book containing cookery receipts in English: with additions by several hands, and a few medical receipts.

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[front cover]

[Lot 660]

A Recipe Book

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the direction for the Caravan that goes to Poole every Thursday at 11 'o Clock in the morning - Set off from the Golden Lion in Horse Street in Bath_ the Mary [name] Robert Foot it goes to the Red Lion at Warminster the first night_ the Second Night to Mr. Robert Foot at Shaftsbury_ I get to Poole Thursday afternoon passengers pay eight shillings a piece_

Luggage - four shillings a Hundred_ other things according to the H Room they take

[COLEY Family Receipt book (Cookery) (Middle 18th cent.)]

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[4 i D 14 19759]

Corn sallad

[WELCOME HISTORICAL MEDICAL LIBRARY

ACCESSION NUMBER 19759 PRESS MARK MS. 1711]

[Coley 660 [Yes]]

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Take the lean part of a Leg of Veal without the least fat or skin Cut it in thin Slices take a Couple of moderate siz'd Turnips,, pare & cut them in slices; and Lay them a Layer of Veal and a Layer of Turnip in an earthen jarr, till the Jarr is full, then cover it Close, till the whole is melting the Jarr must be set in a pan of Water over the Fire there must be no Water put with the Veal &c., when it is suffici- ently melted, strain it off, and if the Stomach is too Weak to bear it, there

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