PONTAC CATSUP FOR FISH
(Modern Cookery, 1845)
On one pint of ripe elderberries stripped from the stalks, pour three quarters of a pint of boiling vinegar, and let it stand in a cool oven all night;
the next day strain off the liquid without pressure, and boil it for five minutes with a half-teaspoonful of salt, a small race of ginger, a blade of mace, forty corns of pepper, twelve cloves and four eschalots.
Bottle it with the spice when it is quite cold.
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