From: The Thorough Good Cook

Entrees: 1. Forcemeat Balls

Cut fine half a pound of veal and the same quantity of suet, and beat them in a mortar. Shred fine a few sweet herbs, a little dried mace, a small nutmeg grated, a little lemon-peel cut very fine, some pepper and salt, and the yolks of two eggs. Mix all well together, then roll some of it into small balls, and some into long pieces. Roll both in flour, and fry them of a nice brown. If they are to be used with white sauce, instead of frying them pour a little water into a stew-pan, and when it boils put them in, and they will be done in a few minutes.

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