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Strawberry Cocktail

History of Strawberry Cocktail: The Strawberry Cocktail is a refreshing and delightful drink that has been enjoyed for many years. Strawberries have been cherished for their sweet flavor and vibrant red color. They are believed to have originated in Europ...

Vegetable Soup

Boil a soup-bone all day in plenty of water; strain it, add a little salt, and let it stand until the next day. In the morning, boil steadily until about an hour before dinner, when season to taste, and add one large onion, part of a carrot, little ...

Cream Salmon

Cream Salmon is a delightful and easy-to-make dish that has been enjoyed by many seafood enthusiasts for years. This recipe combines the rich flavors of salmon with a creamy sauce, resulting in a mouthwatering treat. Before we delve into the step-by-step ...

Pepper Salad

Shave as fine as possible one head of cabbage, use an ounce of mustard seed, or an ounce of celery seed as one prefers either flavor; cut one or two yellow peppers into thin shavings if mustard seed is used, or four if celery seed is used. Pour cold...

To Clarify Fat

History of To Clarify Fat Recipe: The process of clarifying fat has been used for centuries as a way to extract the pure fat from meat and poultry. This technique was especially popular in older generations when every part of the animal was utilized to m...

Baked Pears.

Baked pears are a classic dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. The combination of the sweet and juicy fruit with warm spices creates a comforting treat that is perfect for any occasion. This recipe has roots in history and has been passed down thr...

Testa Di Vitello Con Salsa Napoletana Calf's Head

Ingredients: Calf's head, calf's liver, bacon, suet, truffles, almonds, olives, calf's brains, capers, spice, coriander seeds, herbs, ham, stock. Boil half a calf's head, bone it and fill it with a stuffing made of four ounces of calf's liver, we...

Corn Relish

Corn relish is a delicious and versatile condiment that can add a burst of flavor to a variety of dishes. It has a long history and is enjoyed by many cultures around the world. In this recipe, we will be combining the sweetness of corn, the crunchiness o...

Fried Beefsteak

Fried beefsteak is a timeless classic that has been enjoyed by meat lovers for centuries. This simple yet delicious dish has evolved over time, with new variations and seasonings being added to suit different taste preferences. Whether you choose to use t...

Ratafia Cream

Boil three or four laurel-leaves in one pint of cream, and strain it; when cold, add the yolks of three eggs beaten and strained; then sweeten it; put in it a very little brandy; scald it till thick, and keep stirring it all the time. ...

Vermicelli And Tomato Pudding

6 ounces cooked vermicelli. 6 ounces mashed potato. 2 shalots, or a small onion. 2 eggs. 1 teaspoon salt. 1/4 teaspoon pepper. 2 tablespoons tomato juice. 1 ounce butter. Boil the shalot or onion ten minutes, then mince finely...

Risotto Milanaise

(Risotto alla Milanese) Melt a small piece of butter in a saucepan. Brown in the butter a medium sized onion, cut in thin slices. When the onion is browned, take it away from the saucepan and add little by little the rice, stirring it with a wood...

Chicken Soup No 2

Cut up one chicken, put into a stewpan two quarts of cold water, a teaspoonful of salt, and one pod of red pepper; when half done add two desert spoonfuls of well washed rice: when thoroughly cooked, remove the bird from the soup, tear a part of the b...

Larks

What say you, lads? is any spark Among you ready for a _lark_? MOORE. These delicate little birds are in high season in November. When they are thoroughly picked, gutted, and cleansed, truss them; do them over with th...

Haricot And Spinach Souffle

4 tablespoons finely-minced haricot beans. 3 tablespoons minced spinach. 2 eggs. Pepper and salt. Mix the haricot beans and spinach (which must have been previously cooked, seasoned, and minced) in a basin, add pepper and salt to taste. ...

Beef Baked With Potatoes

The funeral _bak'd meats_ Did coldly furnish forth the marriage tables. SHAKSPEARE. Boil some potatoes, peel, and pound them in a mortar with two small onions; moisten them with milk and an egg beaten up, a...

No. 81. Scalopini Di Riso (beef With Risotto)

History of Scalopini Di Riso: Scalopini Di Riso, also known as beef with risotto, is a delicious and hearty dish that combines the rich flavors of beef, rice, mushrooms, and truffles. The recipe has its roots in Italian cuisine, specifically the region o...

Honey Cake A Norwegian Recipe

Two pounds of strained honey, three-quarters of a pound of light brown sugar, three-quarters of an ounce of bicarbonate of potash, pounded very fine and dissolved in a little water, one cup of cream, half a cup of melted butter, ginger, cloves and p...

A Country "molasses" Pie

History of Country "Molasses" Pie: The history of Country "Molasses" Pie traces back to the early days of American baking. This rustic pie is rooted in traditional Southern and Appalachian cuisine. It was a popular dessert during the 19th century and is ...

Yeast

4 good sized potatoes 1 quart of boiling water 2 tablespoonfuls of sugar 1 tablespoonful of salt Pare and grate the potatoes into the hot water, stir over the fire until it reaches boiling point, and simmer gently for five minutes. Take ...

Loaf Ginger Cake

From MRS. MARY R. KINDER, of Delaware, Lady Manager. One cupful of molasses, one of butter, one of sugar, one of sour cream, one tablespoonful of ginger, three eggs, one dessertspoonful of soda, ground spice according to taste, and one quart of sifted flo...

No. 157. Fave Alla Savoiarda (beans)

Recipe for Fave Alla Savoiarda (Beans) History: Fave Alla Savoiarda, a delightful bean dish, originated in the Savoie region of France. The dish combines tender boiled broad beans with a flavorful herb-infused stock and is finished with a generous serv...

Eggs Virginia

Eggs Virginia Recipe Introduction: Eggs Virginia is a delightful and fulfilling dish that combines the flavors of fresh corn, eggs, and cream sauce. This recipe originated in Virginia, a state known for its rich culinary history. The combination of grate...

Stewed Pears.

Stewed Pears Recipe: History: Stewed pears have been enjoyed as a comforting dessert for centuries. While the exact origin of this dish is uncertain, it is believed to have originated in Europe, where pears have been cultivated for thousands of years. Pe...

Orange Puffs

Pare off the yellow peel of a large Seville orange, but be careful not to touch the white; boil it in three several waters to take out the bitterness; it will require about three hours' boiling. Beat it very fine in a marble mortar, with four ounces...