It may be baked in an earthen jar, like the oxtail stew, and all its goodness will be saved.
There was oxtail soup, and blood pudding, and cakes of suet, and stacks of tallow candles.
Opening this work with intense curiosity, to my great disappointment, what did I see,—a receipt for oxtail Soup!
Put in sauce pan four ounces of butter, melt, add the oxtail, and roast until colored.
It is an oxtail stew, canned of course, but smells appetizing.
An oxtail soup is made like the above, only adding the tail, which is divided into joints, which are fried brown.