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ANALYTICAL INDEX
  1. Page
  2. Mead1488, 1469
  3. Mead Wine1489
  4. Meal, Corn, Relish1231
  5. Meals
  6. Importance and Arrangement of1676
  7. Quantity of Food at1828
  8. Measles1918, 1919
  9. Measures and Quantities126
  10. Meat, General Observations on Cooking404–413
  11. General Rules etc. Summary413
  12. and Egg Toast792
  13. and Macaroni792
  14. and Potato Pie592, 793
  15. and Rice Rissoles1540
  16. Australian83
  17. Baked with Rice and Potatoes1575
  18. Baking of408
  19. Boiling of408
  20. Braising410
  21. Cakes792
  22. Carbon and Nitrogen percentage in97
  23. Chopper66
  24. Cold, Dariols of1233
  25. Cold, Gâteau of1240
  26. Cold, Kedgeree1231
  27. Cold, Salad1096
  28. Croquettes795
  29. Croûtes of788
  30. Dried781
  31. English and French Names for1674
  32. Extractives133
  33. Extracts for Invalids1348
  34. Fat428
  35. Frying of411, 412
  36. Glaze137
  37. Good492
  38. Grilling of412
  39. Inferior428
  40. Invalids, Dishes for1363–1370, 1386
  41. Juices for Invalids1348
  42. Loss during Cookery406
  43. Methods of Cooking406
  44. Methods of Preserving780
  45. Pancakes1538
  46. Patties793
  47. Pie, Suet Crust for889
  48. Potted793
  49. Price of552
  50. Roasting; General Directions407
  51. Salt409, 781
  52. Salt, Action on505
  53. Salt, Soyer's Recipe for Preserving Gravy in505
  54. Salted, Nutritive Value of428
  55. Sanders794
  56. Saw66
  57. Screen62
  58. Shape794
  59. Smoked782
  60. Soups, Basis of131
  61. Stewing410
  62. Tainted430
  63. Tinned, Nutritive Value779
  64. Tinned, Recipes for786–797
  65. Tinned, To Re-heat779
  66. To Buy Economically82, 608
  67. To Choose427
  68. To Prepare for Cooking1575
  69. Toast, Savoury1253
  70. White, Cooking of407
  71. Medallions of Foie Gras1212
  72. Medicines—
  73. Alum, Dried1893
  74. Arnica1893
  75. Borax1893
  76. Camphorated Oil1893
  77. Castor Oil1893
  78. Dill Water1893
  79. Epsom Salts1893
  80. Ergot1893
  81. Gallic Acid1893
  82. Iodine1894
  83. Ipecacuanha1894
  84. Iron Alum1894
  85. Laudanum1894
  86. Lime Water1894
  87. Magnesia1894
  88. Mustard1894
  89. Oil of Eucalyptus1894
  90. Quinine1894
  91. Rhubarb1895
  92. Spirit of Sal-Volatile1895
  93. Spirits of Camphor1895
  94. Steel Drops1895
  95. Sweet Spirit of Nitre1895
  96. Medicines, Homoeopathic1925
  97. Medicines, Preparation of1927
  98. To Administer1885
  99. Melbourne Pancakes1584
  100. Melon, Cantaloup1033
  101. Cultivàtion of836
  102. for Dessert1069
  103. Pickled1172
  104. Preserved1587
  105. Melted Butter229, 271
  106. Meningitis, Simple1859
  107. Meningitis, Tubercular1859
  108. Men-Servants, Licences for1969
  109. Men-Servants, Number kept1762
  110. Menu, Making1714
  111. Menu, Arranging of the1716
  112. Bill of Fare (1349)1685
  113. Bill of Fare (1561)1686
  114. Bill of Fare (1726)1686
  115. General Observations on1714
  116. of a Dinner in 18031688
  117. Royal City Banquet (Geo. III.)1687
  118. Origin of the1715
  119. Specimen, for a Dinner1690
  120. Menus—
  121. Breakfast for Large Party—
  122. (Summer)1722
  123. (Winter)1722
  124. Breakfast, Simple—
  125. (Summer)1721
  126. (Winter)1721
  127. Breakfast, Wedding—
  128. (Summer)1723
  129. (Winter)1723
  130. Luncheon for Large party—
  131. (Cold)1725, 1726
  132. (Hot)1727, 1728
  133. Luncheon for 12 Persons—
  134. (Summer)1728
  135. (Winter)1728
  136. Luncheon for Shooting Party1729
  137. Luncheon Picnic, for 20 Persons—
  138. (Summer)1729
  139. Luncheon, Two Dainty Menus1729
  140. Luncheon, Vegetarian1730
  141. Dinners for a Week—
  142. (Spring)1731
  143. (Summer)1732
  144. (Autumn)1733
  145. (Winter)1734
  146. Dinners for 8 Persons—
  147. (January)1735
  148. (February)1736
  149. (March)1737
  150. (April)1738
  151. (May)1739
  152. (June)1740
  153. (July)1741
  154. (August)1742
  155. (September)1743
  156. (October)1744
  157. (November)1745
  158. (December)1746
  159. Dinners, Lenten1751, 1752
  160. Dinners, Three-course1753
  161. Dinners, Four-course1750, 1751
  162. Dinners, Five-course1748, 1749
  163. Dinners, Six-course1747, 1748
  164. Suppers, Ball1758, 1759,1760
  165. Suppers, (Cold)1755
  166. Suppers, (Hot)1756
  167. Suppers, for Small Family1757
  168. Suppers, for Small Parties
  169. (Cold)1757
  170. (Hot)1757
  171. Suppers, for 12 Persons
  172. (Summer)1758
  173. (Winter)1758
  174. Suppers, Smart Buffet (French)1758
  175. Mercury, Corrosive Sublimate1875
  176. Méringue Pudding957
  177. Méringue Tarts904
  178. Méringues1033
  179. Méringues á la Chantilly1034
  180. Méringues Cheese1200
  181. Metheglin1189
  182. Milan Soufflé1034
  183. Milanese Salad1102
  184. Milchbrod Suppe1542
  185. Military Puddings957
  186. Milk, General Observations on1285–1288
  187. Adulterated1286
  188. and Baked Flour1381
  189. and Cream, to Separate1206
  190. as an Aliment1287
  191. as Food for the Sick1349
  192. Bread1411
  193. Condensed1287
  194. Constituents1296
  195. for Sauces209