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London Wigs

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







Take a quarter of a peck of flour; put to it half a pound of sugar, and

as much caraways, smooth or rough, as you like; mix these, and set them

to the fire to dry. Then make a pound and half of butter hot over a

gentle fire; stir it often, and add to it nearly a quart of milk or

cream; when the butter is melted in the cream, pour it into the middle

of the flour, and to it add a couple of wine-glasses of good white wine,

and a full pint and half of very good ale yest; let it stand before the

fire to rise, before you lay your cakes on the tin plates to bake.











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