This pie is from American Cookery, by Amelia Simmons from 1798.
Made with tongue, apples, sugar, raisins & currants, and spices.
Made with calf's feet that was first placed in a vessel of water for a week, then boiled until tender, meat removed and chopped with more fat, beef suet and apples. Then the mixture is baked with wine, raisins and cinnamon & mace, and sugar.
These are from The Complete Bread, Cake and Cracker Baker by J. Thomson Gill, Manager Confectioner and Baker Publishing Co., 1881.
From The Way to a Man's Heart - "The Settlement" Cook Book by Mrs. Simon Kander, 1901.
Cabbage Strudel (with goose oil):
Made with cabbage, sugar, goose oil and raisins.
Two Recipes for Suet Pudding:
Suet made into spiced steamed puddings.