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Caraway Seed Cookies (Cookies), (The International Jewish Cook Book)
Caraway Seed Cookies Recipe History: Caraway seed cookies have a long history and can be traced back to ancient times. Caraway seeds themselves have been used for various culinary and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. The use of caraway seeds in baking came about during the Middle Ages when these aromatic seeds were widely available in Europe. Fun

Pigs' Feet And Ears Fricassee Of (Meats And Vegetables.), (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Clean the feet and ears, and boil them very tender. Cut them in small shreds, the length of a finger and about a quarter of an inch in breadth; fry them in butter till they are brown but not hard; put them into a stewpan with a little brown gravy and a good piece of butter, two spoonfuls of vinegar, and a good deal of mustard--enough to flavour it st

Barberries No 1 (Pickles.), (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Gather the barberries when full ripe, picking out those that look bad. Lay them in a deep pot. Make two quarts of strong brine of salt and water; boil it with a pint of vinegar, a pound of white sugar, a few cloves, whole white pepper, and mace, tied in a bag; skim it, and when cold pour it on your barberries. Barberries with stones will pickle; they

Prune Cake (kuchen) (Coffee Cakes (kuchen)), (The International Jewish Cook Book)
Prune Cake, also known as Prune Kuchen, is a delicious and traditional dessert that has been enjoyed for generations. This cake is made by lining pie plates with a thin roll of kuchen dough, then filling them with sweetened and spiced mashed prunes. The dessert is baked until golden brown and served with a dollop of sweetened and flavored whipped cream. It i

Fresh Strawberry Icing (Cake), (The New Dr. Price Cookbook)
Fresh Strawberry Icing Recipe History: Icing is an essential component of many delightful desserts, adding a touch of sweetness and an appealing visual element. One popular variation is Fresh Strawberry Icing, which incorporates the irresistible flavor and vibrant color of strawberries. This delightful and versatile icing has been enjoyed by dessert lovers

Cream Filling (Puddings And Other Desserts), (The New Dr. Price Cookbook)
Cream filling is a versatile and delicious addition to many dessert recipes. Whether you're making cream puffs, eclairs, or layer cakes, a homemade cream filling can take your baked goods to the next level. In this recipe, we'll be using a simple yet flavorful cream filling that pairs perfectly with a variety of desserts. Before we jump into the recipe, let

Bread Crumbs For Frying. (Sauces.), (The Jewish Manual)
Bread crumbs have been an essential ingredient in cooking for centuries. They add crunch, texture, and flavor to a variety of dishes. Historically, bread crumbs were used as a thrifty solution to avoid food waste, transforming stale bread into a versatile ingredient. Today, they are commonly used in recipes like breaded chicken, fish, or vegetables. Making

"bairische Dampfnudeln" (German), (Pennsylvania Germans)
"Bairische Dampfnudeln" History and Fun Facts: Bairische Dampfnudeln, also known as Bavarian steamed dumplings, are a traditional dish from Bavaria, Germany. This recipe has been passed down through generations and is a favorite in Bavarian households. The dumplings are made by combining yeast, flour, milk, and other ingredients to create a soft dough. They

The Filling. (German), (Pennsylvania Germans)
The Filling is a classic recipe that has been enjoyed for generations. It is commonly used as a delicious addition to cakes, adding a sweet and creamy layer between each layer of cake and on top. The history of this recipe dates back many years, and it has become a cherished tradition in many households. Fun fact: The Filling is also known by different name

Almond Macaroons (as Prepared By Mary) (German), (Pennsylvania Germans)
Almond Macaroons - Prepared By Mary Recipe History and Fun Facts: Almond macaroons have a rich history that dates back centuries. These delightful treats have become a staple in many cultures around the world. The word "macaroon" is derived from the Italian word "maccherone," meaning "fine paste." Originally, macaroons were made with ground almonds, sugar,