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Recipes From 1847 Cookbook... >>>FOR AMUSEMENT ONLY<<<

beer-b-q

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Okay Folks Here Is How They Used To Do It...

These are screen shots from an 1847 Cookbook... I presume it is from England...

>>>WARNING<<<

THESE RECIPES ARE FOR INTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY,

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THEM!!!

For this one pay close attention to what was used for smoking...


Should Really Have a Good Flavor...


http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Red_Salmon_2.jpg

http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Red_Salmon_2.jpg

On this one be sure you use the correct water... Also Notice The Amount of Cure Used...

http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Westphalia_Bacon_1.jpg

http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Westphalia_Bacon_1.jpg

>>>Again these are for your enjoyment only and not meant as recipes for use...<<<
 
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chainsaw

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I got this message:

Message: Page not found: Argument 'id' was not passed to the query string.

Is it me?
 

beer-b-q

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I got it fixed, had to use html code under source to get images to load...
 

Bearcarver

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Hey Paul,

I made a small change at the bottom. Didn't think you'd mind,

Todd must be getting old:
 
Okay Folks Here Is How They Used To Do It...

These are screen shots from an 1847 Cookbook... I presume it is from England...

>>>WARNING<<<

THESE RECIPES ARE FOR INTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY,

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THEM!!!

For this one pay close attention to what was used for smoking...


Should Really Have a Good Flavor...


http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Red_Salmon_2.jpg

http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Red_Salmon_2.jpg

On this one be sure you use the correct water... Also Notice The Amount of Cure Used...

http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Westphalia_Bacon_1.jpg

http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h151/pkcdirect/Old_Cookbooks/?action=view¤t=Westphalia_Bacon_1.jpg

Fill Your A-MAZE-N-SMOKER with Hickory Dust !

>>>Again these are for your enjoyment only and not meant as recipes for use...<<<
 

alblancher

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Dried Cow dung is available in the garden center of most big box stores but I have no idea where to find the Treacle or Sal Prunelle
 

meateater

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I'm sure it did keep for a long time as no one would eat it.
 

pit 4 brains

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Sounds like a recipe for a mummy. They must have had wheelbarrows full of salt and very little fish back then. I may have to pull out my ol' salting trough and give it a go..
 

tjohnson

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Hey Smart Guy....I had to put my glasses on to read!!!

I'm not old, just not young anymore!!!

Todd
 
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