Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | October 30, 2017

Stuff with Sweet Herbs

The first step for the receipt (recipe), To dress a Shoulder of Mutton is to stuff it with sweet Herbs.  Pictured is thyme and rosemary to be prepared with a rocker knife and then stuffed between the muscles of the shoulder.

Visit my website at:   www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | October 27, 2017

Mutton

Pictured is a shoulder of mutton for the receipt (recipe), To dress a Shoulder of Mutton.  Mutton is meat from a sheep older than one year with deep red meat and more fat than lamb (less than a year in age).

Visit my website at:   www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | October 23, 2017

The Best Wine-Vinegar

 

After the small Cucumbers have been put in a Bottle in layers with Mace, Pepper, Cloves, and slices of Horse-radish, Fennel, and Laurel-leaves until the Bottle is full, for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious, add to it the best Wine-vinegar so that they are covered completely

Visit my website at:   www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | October 22, 2017

Between Each Layer: Laurel-Leaves

Between each layer of Cucumber put in the Bottle for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious are various spices and herbs.  The sixth is Lauel-leaves.   The laurel-leaf and the bay leaf are leaves from the same tree, the bay laurel tree (Laurus nobilus)

Visit my website at:  http://www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | October 13, 2017

Between Each Layer-Fennel

Between each layer of Cucumber put in the Bottle for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious are various spices and herbs.  The fifth is Fennel.  Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a flowering plant with feathery leaves, bulb and a member of the carrot family.  In this receipt, I am using both the minced feathery leaves and the anise, licorice flavored sliced bulb.

Visit my website at:  www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | September 27, 2017

Between Each Layer-Cloves

Between each layer of Cucumber put in the Bottle for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious are various spices and herbs.  The third is clove.  Cloves are the dried unopen flower bud of a tropical evergreen tree (Syzygium cromaticum) of the myrtle family.  The name comes from the clov, French for nail.

Visit my website at:   www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | September 25, 2017

Between Each Layer-Pepper

Between each layer of Cucumber put in the Bottle for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious are various spices and herbs.  The second is pepper.  Black pepper (peppercorn) is the dried fruit from the flowering vine, Piper nigrum, which was indigenous to India.

Visit my website at:   www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | September 22, 2017

Between Each Layer-Mace

Between each layer of Cucumber put in the Bottle for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious are various spices and herbs.  The first is mace.  Mace is the lacy aril layer around the nutmeg seed.  On opening the outer shell of the nutmeg, the color of mace is red and then it dries to a golden hue.  There are three whole blades of mace pictured in the bowl.

Visit my website at:   www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | September 20, 2017

In a Bottle

 

After the Cucumbers have been well drained in an earthenware colander for the receipt (recipe). To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious, put them in a Bottle or gray earthenware Pot.  I chose to use a hand-blown glass bottle for the pickles.

Visit my website at:     www.hearttohearthcookery.com

Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | September 18, 2017

Onto an Earthenware Colander

After the Cucumbers have soaked for half an hour in the water with salt for the receipt (recipe), To pickle small Cucumbers which are delicious, remove them from the water onto an earthenware colander to drain well.

Visit my website at:  www.hearttohearthcookery.com

« Newer Posts - Older Posts »

Categories