This section is from the book "Real Cookery", by Grid. Also available from Amazon: Real Cookery.
-All sauces, except the natural gravy, to be served separately-Grilling on charcoal-Eschew gas stoves for cooking of meats, and do not bake your joints.
My first three points are-firstly, no meats are to be fried; secondly, they are not to be served with any gravy or sauce save their own, and that gravy not diluted to the extent of a soup, any other sauce being served separately; thirdly, invariably use a charcoal stove for grilling-nothing better than charcoal for developing the flavour of meat. This stove costs but a few shillings, and will often save a coal fire.
No preparing of meats on gas stoves and no baking of meats to be permitted.