Fish

Bream

Cod's roe

Dory

Gurnet

Halibut

Mackerel

Oysters

Skate

Smelts Lemon soles Trout Whitebait

Brill

Crabs

Eels

Haddock

Herrings

Mullet (red)

Plaice

Shrimps

Scallops Slips Turbot Salt fish

Cod

Crayfish Flounders Hake Lobsters Mussels Prawns

Salmon (Irish or Scotch) Soles Sprats Whiting

Meat

Beef Veal

Mutton Venison

Pork House lamb

Poultry

Capons

Ducklings

Pigeons

Chickens Fowls Rabbits (tame)

Ducks

Geese

Turkeys

Game

Black game Leverets Partridges, English till the 12th, then German and Russian

Ortolans Ptarmigan

Capercailzie Wood pigeons English till the 12th,

Rabbits (wild) Prairie hens

Hares Quails

Ostend rabbits

Plovers (golden and grey)

Pintail ducks Snipe

(till the 15th) Woodcock (till the 15th)

Wild ducks Teal

Ruffs and reeves Widgeon

Vegetables

Artichokes (glob( Asparagus Batavia Cabbages

Cauliflowers

Chicory

Chervil

Horseradish

Mint

Spanish onions • Parsley Sweet potatoes Salsify Spinach (winter)

Broccoli (purple

Beetroot

Carrots

Celery

Cucumbers

Endive

Leeks

Mushrooms

(cultivated) Spring onions Potatoes Radishes Scotch kale Turnips

Broccoli tops Cabbage greens New round carrots Celeriac Corn salad Garlic Lettuces Onions

Parsnips New potatoes Savoys Scakalc Turnip tops

Fruit

Apples Lemons Oranges Pineapples

Nuts

Bananas Limes Mandarins Rhubarb (forced and outdoor) Grape berries

(for cooking)

Grapes Lychees Pears Tomatoes

Also apricots, nectarines, peaches, and plums from the Cape

Boiled Ox Tongue - Ox Tail en Casserole - Meat Rissoles - Scotch Haggis - Exeter Stew - Veal Cutlets a la Provencale - Sheep's Head Pie - Veal Pudding - Steak-and-oyster Pudding