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Living History and 18th-Century Demonstrations
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Delicious 18th Century Meat Patties!

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"Common patties" were a meat pastry commonly eaten in colonial America. INGREDIENTS Ground beef or veal Bacon Salt Pepper Nutmeg Parsley Thyme Pastry dough DIRECTIONS 1.Take some ground meat (veal, beef etc.) and some boiled ham or bacon chopped very fine, season with salt, pepper, grated nutmeg, and a small quantity of parsley and thyme minced very fine. Cook these in a skillet. 2. Take pastry dough and roll it out, then cut into small squares. 3. Fill with meat filling, close pastry around meat filling and crimp edges together. 4. Place in greased pie pan or baking dish. 5. Bake in hot oven until golden brown approximately 20-25 minutes. Learn more 18th century recipes:
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