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"Take a Hare, cut it out in quarters, chine it, and lit in in Claret, mixed with three parts of water, and parboyl it, then slice the flesh in pieces, and lay it on your stew pan, let this be off the Body, but the legs wings, and head whole, almost cover it with some of the liquor it was boyled in, and some Butter, sliced Nutmeg, and juice of Lemon, and a little beaten Ginger, serve it upon sipets, Garnish it with Lemon and slice Onion."
-The Whole Duty of a Woman: Or a Guide to the Female Sex, 1696
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