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Boke of Keruynge,
(that is to say,
The boke of Seruyce & Keruynge and Sewynge & all Maner of Offyce in his kynde vnto a Prynce or ony other Estate,
& all the Feestes in the yere.]
Enprynted by Wynkyn de Worde at London in Flete Strete at the sygne of the Sonne. The yere of our Lorde God. M.CCCC.xiij.
[and now reprinted,
feest of Chrystynmasse
Of the skin & wholesomeness of certain Birds ..
Sewynge of Fysshe
Keruynge of Fysshe
Sauces for all maner of Fysshe ..
Of the Marshall and the Vssher..
The Boke of Kernrnge.
[Fol. A 1.)
The Book of Carv
Here begynneth the boke of keruynge and
(Fol. A 16.] sewynge / and all the feestes in the yere, for the seruyce ing and Arrangof a prynce or ony other estate, as ye shall fynde eche ing; and the Dishes offyce, the seruyce accordynge, in this boke folowynge.
for all the Feasts in the year.
Termes of a Keruer.
Terms of a Carver:
splat a pike,
spoil a hen,
unbrace a mallard,
fin a chub,
Reke that dere tyere that egge
lesche ý brawne chyne that samon rere that goose
strynge that lampraye lyft that swanne
splatte that pyke sauce that capon
sauce that playce spoyle that henne
sauce that tenche frusshe that chekyn
splaye that breme vnbrace that malarde syde that haddocke vnlace that cony
tuske that barbell dysmembre that heron culpon that troute dysplaye that crane fynne that cheuen dysfygure that pecocke transsene that ele vnioynt that bytture traunche that sturgyon vntache that curlewe
vndertraunche y purpos alaye that fesande
tayme that crabbe wynge that partryche
barbe that lopster wynge that quayle mynce that plouer
Here hendeth the thye that pegyon
goodly termes. border that pasty thye that wodcocke
Here begynneth thye all maner of small byrdes Butler and tymbre that fyre
untache a curlew,
barb a lobster,
border a pasty.
thigh small birds.