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Jannyp at Aug 02, 2022 10:39 AM

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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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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