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Skuett

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Historic

An old version of 'skewer'. Smith 1750 places alternate gobbets of bacon and stewed sweetbreads on his, all rolled in crumb and grilled. Bacon and oysters is also known.


Original Receipt from 'The compleat housewife: or, Accomplished gentlewoman's companion', by E Smith of 1728

To make Skuetts. Take fine, long, and slender Skewers; then cut Veal Sweet-breads into pieces, like Dice, and some fine Bacon into thin square bits;..and then spit them on the Skewers [etc.].




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