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Venison Sauces

Categories: game, sauces, scottish
Yield: 6 servings
1/4 lb sugar
1/2 pt champagne vinegar
1 sweet sauce:
6 oz white or red currant jelly
6 oz white or red wine

Sharp Sauce:
Sharp Sauce:--A quarter-pound of the best loaf-sugar, or white candy-sugar, dissolved in a half-pint of Champagne vinegar, and carefully skimmed.
Sweet Sauce:--Melt some white or red currant jelly with a glass of white or red wine, whichever suits best in color; or serve jelly unmelted in a small sweetmeat-glass. This sauce answers well for hare, fawn, or kid, and for roast mutton to many tastes.
Gravy for Venison:--Make a pint of gravy of trimmings of venison or shanks of mutton thus: broil the meat on a quick fire till it is browned, then stew it slowly. Skim, strain, and serve the gravy it yields, adding salt and a teaspoonful of walnut pickle.
Heat to boiling, stirring occasionally, reduce heat and cover. Simmer until wild rice is tender, 40 to 50 minutes. Stir in pine nuts, pears and currants.

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