A hundred years or more after the time of Alfred the Great there was a king of England named Ca-nute. King Canute was a Dane; but the Danes were not so fierce and cruel then as they had been when they were at war with King Alfred. The grea... Read more of KING CANUTE ON THE SEASHORE at Stories Poetry.comInformational Site Network Informational
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213. Larding a Piece of Meat






Larding a piece of meat is a simple
operation, and it is one which will greatly add to the juiciness of the
dish. Cut a piece of salt pork into strips quarter of an inch thick and
two or three inches long. Slip these into a larding needle and draw the
needle through the meat, so either end of the pork will protrude beyond
the meat.






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