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An Excellent Cake

(Confectionary.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)







Beat half a pound of sifted sugar and the same quantity of fresh butter

to a cream, in a basin made warm; mixing half a pound of flour well

dried, six eggs, leaving out four whites, and one table-spoonful of

brandy. The butter is to be beaten in first, then the flour, next the

sugar, the eggs, and lastly, the brandy. Currants or caraways may be

added at pleasure. It must be beaten an hour, and put in the oven

immediately.











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