jugged hare


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jugged hare

n
(Cookery) a stew of hare cooked in an earthenware pot or casserole
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jugged hare

n (Brit Cook) → ˜ Hasenpfeffer m

jugged hare

[ˌdʒʌgdˈhɛəʳ] n (Brit) → lepre f in salmì
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Here, we see a bowlerhatted bookie beside the Thompson and Danby of Newcastle board advertising the horses Harry V, Random, Strong Melon, Inchberry, Confection, and Jugged Hare.
THE FOOD There are two top restaurants in the hotel, The Chiswell Street Dining Rooms and The Jugged Hare.
We had a restaurant manager wanting to serve up grouse and jugged hare, while our betting ring had bookies such as Victor Chandler himself, Tony Morris and John Power.
Game: A Cookbook is an encyclopaedic guide to the world of game - from snipe to squirrel, rabbit to rook - that proves there's more to game than just roast grouse and jugged hare.
While the larkish presenters play at smug dandies and Jane Austen-style spinsters, redoubtable chef Rosemary Shrager, preserved in aspic from a bygone era of cooks (and a familiar figure from ITV's Ladette To Lady series), rolls up her sleeves in the kitchen to prepare jugged hare, sheeps' tongues and assorted gland horrors.
Have a glass or two of an English beer before settling down to some traditional fare - anything from jugged hare to chicken tikka masala
The argument has long been that customers would react badly to the idea of other people picking their fruit and veg for them, and that people preparing a dinner party would have coronaries when the jugged hare was mispicked and they received hair gel.
HOW did Mrs Beeton's famous recipe for jugged hare begin?
The British Horseracing Board is an amalgam of powerful interest groups and they have about as much interest in Joe Public as the average vegetarian has for jugged hare or black pudding.
Home smoked salmon, pigeon pie, jugged hare and game sausages share cooker space with syllabub, spotted dick and sticky toffee puddings in pubs dedicated to reviving traditional culinary arts and crafts.
If any of you have a copy of the famous Mrs Beeton's cook book, look up her recipe for Jugged Hare and that is what Lievre Royale is, to all intents and purposes.
OFFICERS serving in the far-flung corners of the British Empire could order jugged hare for three shillings (pounds 12 today), a turtle soup for eight shillings per pint (pounds 30) and Christmas pudding for pounds 2 per pound (pounds 160).