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An Outlandish dish
Game and Offal
Historic

Pig liver pieces with spicesry, spit roasted in caul.

In the usage of the time 'outlandish' means 'foreign'.


Original Receipt in WM 1658;

To make an Outlandish dish.
Take the liver of a Hogg, and cut it in small pieces about the bigness of a span, then take Anni-seed, or French-seed, Pepper and Salt, and season them therewithall, and lay every piece severally round in the caule of the Hogg, and so roast them on a Bird-Spit.






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