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Honey-cake

(Cakes.) - (A Poetical Cook-book)







In vain the circled loaves attempt to lie

Concealed in flaskets from my curious eye;

In vain the cheeses, offspring of the pail,

Or _honeyed cakes_, which gods themselves regale.

PARNELL.



One pound and a half of dried sifted flour, three quarters of a pound of

honey, half a pound of finely powdered loaf sugar, a quarter of a pound

of citron, and half an ounce of orange-peel cut small, of powdered

ginger and cinnamon, three quarters of an ounce. Melt the sugar with the

honey, and mix in the other ingredients; roll out the paste, and cut it

into small cakes of any form.











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