[Sca-cooks] A question pardon if it has been asked

Michael Gunter countgunthar at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 18 12:29:32 PST 2008

>So would it not be a logical thought that other stuff may have > been presented this way?
Well, the first thing that comes to mind are the lobster rolls.
To make Lobster-Loaves. PICK out all the Meat of three little Lobsters shred it a little; take a piece of Butter, and brown it with Flour in a Sauce-pan: the stir in a very little Onion and Parsley shred very fine, and put in a little Pepper, a Spoonful of Anchovy Liquor, three or four Spoonfuls of good Gravy, three Yolks of Eggs well beat; stir all these over the Fire in the brown Butter, then put in the Lobster, and stir it a little together: Take three French Rolls, and cut a round Piece off the top of each, and pick out the Crumb, but do not Break Holes through the Sides of the Bread; fill up the Roll with the Mixture you have prepared; put on the Piece of Top you cut off, close and tie them round with a Piece of Tape: Make some Dripping boiling hot in your Frying-pan; and when you have just dipt the Roll in Milk, throw it in to the Pan-full of scalding Liquor: When they are crisp, take them out, and take off the Tape: Be sure to put in three times as much Parsly as Onion. Thus you may do Shrimp or Oyster-Loaves. http://tudorcook.blogspot.com/
> Please forgive any ignorance I may show but I am quite curious and like > I said I think to much for my own good. I have been meaning to ask but I > fear to offend or start a um a heated discussion.
Asking questions and delving deeper into answers is never something
to apologize for. Especially here.
> Anne de la Mare
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