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Advert for Poulton & Noel's ox tongues, reverse side

Advert for Poulton & Noel's ox tongues, reverse side

Printer: McCaw, Stevenson & Orr

Medium: Print on paper

Date: 1882

Shelfmark: Evan.5098

Item number: 5098

Genre: Leaflet

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Ox tongue was a delicacy in the 1800s and, as this leaflet shows, was marketed at the middle and upper classes. Traditionally served with Cumberland sauce, ox tongue was eaten picked or coated in brine or vinegar and was sometimes stewed.

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