(Directions for Cookery, 1851)
Dissolve six anchovies in a pint of strong vinegar and then add to them three table-spoonfuls of India soy, and three table-spoonfuls of mushroom catchup, two heads of garlic bruised small, and a quarter of an ounce of cayenne.
Add sufficient cochineal powder to colour the mixture red.
Let all these ingredients infuse in the vinegar for a fortnight, shaking it every day, and then strain and bottle it for use. Let the bottles be small, and cover the corks with leather.
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