The housekeeper's book, comprising advice on the conduct of household affairs in general; and particular directions for the preservation of furniture, bedding, &c.; for the laying in and preserving of provisions; with a complete collection of receipts for economical domestic cookery. The whole carefully prepared for the use of American housekeepers
Directions for jointing, trussing, and carving, pp. 201-217 ff.
JOINTING, TRUSSING AND C I. DIECTIONS FOR JOINTING, TRUSSING AND CARVING. BELOW will be found the figures of th five larger animals followed by a reference to each, by which therader, who is not already experienced, may observe the names of al the principal joints, as well as the part of the animal from which the joint is cut. Veni8on. 1. Shoulder. 4. Breast. 2. Neck. 5. Scrag. 3. Hunch. 201
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