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WAFLERS

(General Remarks.) - (The Jewish Manual)







Mix a cup and a half of thick yeast with a little warm milk, and set
it with two pounds of flour before the fire to rise, then mix with
them one pound of fresh butter, ten eggs, a grated nutmeg, a quarter
of a pint of orange flower-water, a little powdered cinnamon, and
three pints of warm milk; when the batter is perfectly smooth, butter
the irons, fill them with it, close them down tightly, and put them
between the bars of a bright clear fire; when sufficiently done, they
will slip easily out of the irons.
Wafler irons are required and can be obtained at any good ironmongers
of the Hebrew persuasion.











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