A Delicious Lamb in a Blanket

Jonathan Townsend

Posted on March 14 2017

“Pig in a blanket” is a familiar term to many, possibly conjuring memories of childhood. Here’s a more refined recipe by a similar name from Ann Cook’s 1755 cookbook, “Professed Cookery.” This dish exemplifies 18th century cuisine. Elsewhere in the cookbook, it’s suggested that this dish could be baked, but the author recommends boiling because it was far too inefficient to bring the wood-fired oven up to temperature. If you want the authentic version, boil it. For a more modern take, bake it. Either way, it’s quite delicious!

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