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Half-pay Pudding

(Cheap Puddings, Pies, And Cakes.) - (Twenty-five Cent Dinners For Families Of Six)







Carefully wash and dry a quarter of a quarter of a

pound of Zante currants, (cost three cents,) stone the same quantity of

raisins, (cost three cents,) and chop an equal amount of suet, (cost two

cents;) mix them with eight ounces of stale bread, (cost three cents,)

three tablespoonfuls of molasses, half a pint of milk, and a teaspoonful

each of spice, salt, and baking powder, (cost four cents.) Put these

ingredients into a mould which has been well buttered and floured, and

steam them about three hours. If by any mischance the top of the pudding

is watery, you can remedy it by putting it into a hot oven for ten or

fifteen minutes to brown. When you are ready to use it, turn it from the

mould and send it to the table with some CREAM SAUCE. This is an

excellent plum pudding, and costs only about twenty cents, including

sauce.











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