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Quaking Pudding

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

Boil a quart of milk with a bit of cinnamon and mace; mix about a

spoonful of butter with a large spoonful of flour, to which put the milk

by degrees. Add ten eggs, but only half the whites, and a nutmeg grated.

Butter your basin and the cloth you tie over it, which must be tied so

tight and close as not to admit a drop of water. Boil it an hour. Sack

and butter for sauce.

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A Quaking Pudding

Slice up three-quarters of a pound of bakers' bread. Beat eight eggs to

a froth, stir in several large spoonsful of sugar, and mix it with a

quart of milk, a grated nutmeg. Turn it on to the sliced bread--let the

whole remain till the bread has soaked up most of the milk, then stir in

a couple of table-spoonsful of flour, a tea-spoonful of salt, and turn

it into a pudding bag, and boil it an hour. Serve it up with rich sauce.

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