A COMMON CAKE.





Rub in with one pound of flour six ounces of butter, and two
tea-spoonsful of yeast, to a paste; set it to rise, then mix in five
eggs, half a pound of sugar, and a quarter of a pint of milk; add
currants or carraways, and beat well together. If required to
be richer, put more butter and eggs, and add candied citron and
lemon-peel.





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