A PLAIN BOLA.





Take three quarters of a pound of white sugar, three quarters of a
pound of fresh butter, two eggs, one pound and a half of flour, three
spoonsful of yeast, a little milk, and two ounces of citron cut thin,
and mix into a light paste; bake in a tin, and strew powdered sugar
and cinnamon over it before baking.
The above ingredients are often baked in small tins or cups.





A PICKLE FOR BEEF, PORK, TONGUE, OR HUNG BEEF. MRS. JUDGE BENNETT. A PLAIN CAKE. facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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