A conversation with Mary Higgins Clark seems like a catchup with an absent aunt, or a proverbial long lost friend.
Strain the gravy when it has boiled long enough, and flavour it with catchup.
catchup, sauces, and jellies are now frequently preserved in this way.
In using this catchup allow four table-spoonfuls to a common-sized sauce-boat of melted butter.
For sauce, send with them melted butter, and put some soy into it; or flavour it with catchup.
We have ordered no more spice, &c. than is absolutely necessary to feed the catchup, and keep it from fermenting, &c.
Put in the catchup at the last, and hold it over the fire just long enough to be thoroughly heated.
Add a tablespoonful of butter and any catchup or sauce desired.
In using wine or catchup, add only at the last moment, as boiling dissipates the flavor.
If making a rich soup that requires wine or catchup, let it be added the last thing, just before the soup is taken from the fire.