Le Ménagier de Paris a été imprimé aux frais et par les soins de la Société des Bibliophiles françois. Il en a été tiré vingt-quatre exemplaires sur grand papier. The Good Wife’s Guide (Le Ménagier de Paris). ‘You said that you would not fail to improve yourself according to my teaching and correction, and you would do. Le Menagier de Paris. After these matters it is desirable to tell you of various general terms relating to cookery of any quality, and then you will be shown how to.
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For chamber-spices [goodies served in the drawing-room or dressing-room JH ], that is to say, candied orange peel, one pound, ten sous. Stockfish is made, apparently, from cod. Item, to age capons and hens, you should bleed them through their beaks and immediately put them in a pail of very cold water, holding them all the way under, and they will be aged that same day as if they had been killed and hung two days ago. All fresh venison which is not basted is eaten with a cameline sauce.
Strained peas, herring, salted eels, black oyster broth, an almond broth, napkins, a gruel of pike and eels, cracklings, a green stew of eels, pies of silver. At the sauce-maker’s, three half-pints of cameline for dinner and supper and a quart of sorrel verjuice.
The larger is called plaice, and the small “carrelet”, and it is speckled with red on its back; and they are good at March flood-tide, and better in the April flood-tide. Grind up ginger, clove, grain, etc.
Note that you can make nice black puddings from a goose, but it will be thin, and because of the thinness the guts are bigger than the suet. TENCH is scalded, and the mud removed as with an eel, then it may be cooked in water: Cut up your poultry or other meat, then cook in water and add wine, and fry: In winter, killed mehagier, dampened and then placed six days in the ice, and in summer dead for two days without sun or smothered under menagiier mattress; put on to cook in water and with bacon to give appetite, and add parsley, sage, egg-shell?
Ménagier de Paris
Part 7 – Autres potages qui sont a espices et non lians pages More pottages. Item, of the innards none are retained except the liver, which seems to be suitable for making a Subtle English Broth. Item, the loins, which are the part between the flank and the spine; and they are better in pastry than otherwise. Cook in quarters your poultry or veal or chicks, in stock or other liquid with bacon, wine and verjuice, until the taste of the verjuice passes: Fresh beef tongue should be parboiled, skinned, larded and roasted, and eaten with a cameline sauce.
Take the round part of the thigh, and put with it almost as much beef fat; and with this you make six good pasties in platters . And the other kitchen equerry or his helper will go with the the cook to the butcher, the poulterer, the grocer, etc.
Le Menagier de Paris
Small- spices, two ounces. Publisher Cornell University Press.
If the pike is small, it may be roasted whole: Or grind up black pepper, and let your fish, without washing, be cooked in half water half wine, and put paaris a dish: The second section of the book, article five, contains the cookbook. The lower abdomen is the bowels called the “entrecercle”, and are also the small bowels with which one makes black puddings and sausages, and here also is the pancreas.
White beet-leaves soup is so-called because it is made from the white part of the beet-leaves, with backbone, with sausages, and with ham, in the seasons of autumn and winter, on meat days; and know that no other fat than that of menzgier is good with it.
Item, if you wish to shell new beans, you must first cut them lengthwise with a knife, and when completely cut, peel them by hand. At the poulterer, twenty capons, two Paris sous  each; five kids, four Paris sous; twenty young geese, three Paris sous each; fifty young chickens, twelve Paris deniers each; that is to say forty to be roast for the dinner, five for the jelly and five for supper in the cold soup.
Shad pies, rissoles, sugared milk 41, sugared flans. This text is completely in French, but there is an English translation by Janet Hinson posted here. Item, in place of oil, some add butter. Do not stir it and take it soon from the fire, etc. And if the soup is thick, thin with a little meat stock. A leg of beef. DORY is prepared lengthwise, cooked in water, or baked, and eaten with verjuice. And always the small herring need less soaking, and also there are some herring which by nature need less soaking than the others.