How lucky they were to have a ready supply. One has to search high & low for
a butcher that sells tripe these days and I haven't had cold pressed tongue
since Dad ( a butcher) died over 20 yrs ago.
Take me back to 1810, hang on, I've got a pack of sheeps brains in the
freezer, .... nearly as good.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jill Jackson" <jilljackson(a)optusnet.com.au>
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 7:20 PM
Subject: RE: [PJ] Dinner time ? good :)
Now I know what to cook for dinner to night, I may be devoiced to
but what the heck; if it was good enough for the ancestors then it is
good enough for my dear husband, he who has all the convicts in this
Sydney Gazette April 1810
All Persons going to Sea may be accommodated with 30 or 40 Pickled
one to two Hundred Weight of Tripe, and a few rounds of Beef, all in
condition, by applying to J, Gandell, Butcher, Bell Row.