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Seed Cake No 3 Called Borrow Brack

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







Melt one pound and a half of butter in a quart of milk made warm. Mix

fourteen eggs in half a pint of yest. Take half a peck of flour, and one

pound of sugar, both dried and sifted, four ounces of caraway seeds, and

two ounces of beaten ginger. Mix all well together. First put the eggs

and the yest to the flour, then add the butter and the milk. Make it

into a paste of the substance of that for French bread; if not flour

enough add what is sufficient; and if too much, put some warm new milk.

Let it stand for above half an hour at the fire, before you make it up

into what form you please.











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