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Rice Bread

Boil a pint of rice till soft--then mix it with a couple of quarts of rice or wheat flour. When cool, add half a tea-cup of yeast, a little salt, and milk to render it of the consistency of rye bread. When light, bake it in small buttered pans. ...

Icing

3 cups brown sugar 1 cup sweet milk 3 large tablespoons butter Boil until it will make a ball in cold water. Then beat until thick enough to spread on cake. Flavor with vanilla. ...

Strawberry Jelly

Boil two ounces of isinglass in a quarter of a pint of water over a gentle fire, and skim it well. Mash a quart of scarlet strawberries in an earthen pan with a wooden spoon; then put in the isinglass, some powdered sugar, and the juice of a good le...

To Boil French Beans

French beans, also known as green beans or snap beans, are a staple vegetable in many cuisines around the world. They are believed to have originated in Central and South America and were later introduced to Europe by explorers in the 16th century. These ...

Apricot Ice Cream

1 quart of cream 1/2 pound of sugar 4 ounces of sweet almonds 1 tablespoonful of caramel 1 teaspoonful of vanilla extract 4 tablespoonfuls of sherry Shell, blanch and roast the almonds until they are a golden brown, then grate ...

Quick Lemonade

The refreshing taste of lemonade has been enjoyed by many for centuries, providing a perfect balance of tanginess and sweetness. It's interesting to note that lemonade traces its origins back to ancient Egypt, where it was first made with lemons imported ...

Westphalia Ham To Cure No 3

Rub every ham with four ounces of saltpetre. Next day put bay salt, common salt, and coarse sugar, half a pound of each, into a quart of stale strong beer, adding a small quantity of each of these ingredients for every ham to be made at that time. B...

Duck La Mode In Jelly

One duckling of about five pounds, one calf's foot, eight to ten small onions, as many young carrots, one bunch of parsley. Cook the foot slowly in one quart of water, one teaspoon of salt and a small bay leaf. Put aside when the liquor has been reduced t...

Pan-forte Di Siena Sienese Hardbake

Ingredients: Honey, almonds, filberts, candied lemon peel, pepper, cinnamon, chocolate, corn flour, large wafers. Boil half a pound of honey in a copper vessel, and then add to it a few blanched almonds and filberts cut in halves or quarters and s...

Baked White Fish

Clean and prepare the fish. Make a stuffing of one cupful of cracker crumbs, one teaspoonful chopped parsley, one teaspoonful chopped onion, two tablespoonfuls chopped suet or bacon or one large tablespoonful butter, one-third teaspoonful salt, two ...

Sogliole In Zimino Sole

Ingredients: Sole, onion, beetroot, butter, celery, tomato sauce or white wine. Cut up a small onion and fry it slightly in one ounce of butter, then add some slices of beetroot (well-washed and drained), and a little celery cut up; to this add f...

To Loosen The Stopples Of Decanters And Smelling Bottles That Are

wedged in tight. Dip the end of a feather in oil, and rub it round the stopple, close to the mouth of the bottle; then put the bottle about a couple of feet from the fire, having the mouth towards it. The heat will cause the oil to run down between...

German Noodle Soup

German Noodle Soup History: German Noodle Soup, also known as "Suppenudeln" in German, is a comforting and hearty dish that has been enjoyed in Germany for generations. Noodle soups have been a part of German culinary tradition since the Middle Ages, and...

Scotch Stewed Onions.

Scotch Stewed Onions Recipe History and Fun Facts: Scotch stewed onions are a traditional dish that originated in Scotland. Onions have been a staple ingredient in Scottish cuisine for centuries due to their versatility and ability to add flavor to dish...

Lemon Pudding

(Budino di limone) One big lemon. Sugar, six ounces. Sweet almonds with 3 bitter ones, six ounces. Six eggs. Cook the lemon in water, for which two hours will be enough. Remove dry and rub through a sieve. Before rubbing, however, tas...

Currant Jelly

He snuffs far off the anticipated joy, _Jelly_ and ven'son all his thoughts employ. COWPER. Currant, grape, and raspberry jelly are all made precisely in the same manner. When the fruit is full ripe, gather it on a dry...

Stuffed Smelt

Ingredients of stuffing: 1/4 cup of melted butter; 1 cup of bread crumbs, 1 teaspoonful of chopped onion; 1/4 spoon of salt; 1/4 spoon of pepper and a few herbs. Bone the smelt, stuff and sew up. Roll in melted butter and fine bread crumbs. Bake abo...

Fish Patties

Recipe for Fish Patties: Fish patties are a delicious and satisfying dish that can be enjoyed as an appetizer or as a main course. The flaky pastry combined with a flavorful fish and creamy sauce makes for a delightful culinary experience. Here's a simpl...

Rusk Pudding

Rusk Pudding is a delicious and comforting dessert that has its roots in traditional British cuisine. This recipe showcases how leftover dry bread can be transformed into a delightful dessert, making it not only delicious but also economical. The concept...

Apricot Cream

Drain the juice from a tin of preserved apricots, add to it an equal quantity of water; make a syrup by boiling with this half-a-pound of lump sugar until it begins to thicken; then put in the apricots and simmer them gently for ten minutes. Drain a...

Hawaiian Sandwiches

Chop finely one pimento, one green pepper freed from seeds, and a small cream cheese; add a good pinch of salt and spread between slices of buttered bread. ...

Soft Gingerbread. Mrs. M. Vose.

Soft Gingerbread Recipe Mrs. M. Vose **History of the Recipe:** Gingerbread has a rich history dating back centuries, and it has become a beloved treat in many cultures around the world. The soft gingerbread recipe by Mrs. M. Vose is a timeless classic t...

Brown Bread

1 cup sweet milk 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon salt Graham flour to make a stiff batter 1 cup sour milk 1/2 cup molasses 1 small teaspoon baking soda Bake 1 hour and a quar...

Nalesneky A Russian Recipe

Beat three yolks of eggs light, add to it half a cup of milk, half a cup of water, one cup of flour, and a little salt, mix until smooth, then stir in the whites of three eggs beaten to a stiff froth. Have some melted butter, brush over the bottom o...

Grapes

Put bunches in a colander and pour cold water over them. Drain and chill, and arrange prettily on dish. Always be sure to remove the imperfect grapes. ...