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A PLAIN CAKE

(General Remarks.) - (The Jewish Manual)







Work into two pounds of dough a quarter of a pound of sugar, the same
of butter; add a couple of eggs, and bake in a tin.

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A Plain Cake

Take a pound of flour, well dried and sifted; add to it one pound of

sugar also dried and sifted; take one pound of butter, and work it in

your hands till it is like cream; beat very light the yolks of ten eggs

and six whites. Mix all these by degrees, beating it very light, and a

little sack and brandy. It must not stand to rise. If you choose fruit,

add one pound of currants, washed, picked, and dried.









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