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A LUCTION, OR A RACHAEL

(General Remarks.) - (The Jewish Manual)







Make a thin nouilles paste, cut into strips of about two inches wide,
leave it to dry, then boil the strips in a little water, and drain
through a cullender; when the water is strained off, mix it with
beaten eggs, white sugar, a little fresh butter, and grated lemon
peel; bake or boil in a shape lined with preserved cherries, when
turned out pour over a fine custard, or cream, flavored with brandy,
and sweetened to taste.











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