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Mr Moring's Beef


Thin beef slices stewed with herbs, lemon peel, onion, pepper, salt, nutmeg and claret. Thickened with burned butter. Served with diced lemon, beetroot, capers. "From Mr. Moring at the Blue-Posts, Temple-Bar" (Bradley 1728).

Original Receipt in 'The Country Housewife and Lady's Director' by Prof. R Bradley, 1728 (Bradley 1728)

A Hash of raw Beef. From Mr. Moring at the Blue-Posts Temple-Bar.
Cut some thin Slices of tender Beef, and put them in a Stew-Pan, with a little Water, a bunch of sweet Herbs, some Lemon-Peel, an Onion, with some Pepper, Salt, and some Nutmeg. Cover these close, and let them stew till they are tender; then pour in a Glass or two of Claret; and when it is warm, clear your Sauce of the Onion, Herbs, &c. and thicken it with burnt Butter. It is an excellent Dish. Serve it hot, and garnish with Lemon diced, and red Beet-Roots, Capers, and such like.

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