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Grated "parsnip Cakes" (German), (Pennsylvania Germans)
Grated Parsnip Cakes Recipe History: Parsnips have been cultivated for centuries and have a long history in European cuisine. They were particularly popular in medieval times when they were used as a staple vegetable. In fact, parsnips were one of the main sources of carbohydrates before potatoes were introduced to Europe. The recipe for grated parsnip cake

Snowballs (Pies And Pastry), (The International Jewish Cook Book)
Snowballs are a delightful dessert that has been enjoyed by generations. This recipe originated in the United States and has been a favorite in many households during winter holidays and special occasions. The name "Snowballs" perfectly captures the fluffy and snow-like appearance of these treats. They are made by preparing large baking apples, filling them

To Hash Beef. (Introductory Remarks.), (The Jewish Manual)
History of To Hash Beef: To hash beef is a classic dish that has been enjoyed for many centuries. The term "hash" originated from the French word "hacher," which means to chop or mince. This technique of chopping and cooking leftover meat with other ingredients has been practiced across various cultures, resulting in different variations of the dish. Hashi

Ornamental Frosting (Cake), (The New Dr. Price Cookbook)
Ornamental Frosting, also known as Royal Icing, is a classic recipe that has been used for generations to decorate cakes and cookies. This versatile icing is not only beautiful but also provides a smooth and glossy finish to any baked goods. It is commonly used for intricate designs, piping, and creating ornamental patterns, hence the name. The recipe is sim

Lady Baltimore Cake (Cake), (The New Dr. Price Cookbook)
History and Fun Facts: Lady Baltimore Cake is a classic American dessert that has a rich and interesting history. It is believed to have originated in the Southern United States sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. The exact origins and creator of the cake are uncertain, but it is widely believed to have been named after a fictional character in

To Preserve Whole Quinces (), (Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts)
Take a Pound of Quince par'd and quarter'd, cut out all the Hard, put to it a Pound of fine Sugar and half a Pint of Water, and let it boil very fast 'till it is all to Pieces; take it off the Fire, and break it very well, that there be no Lumps in it; boil it 'till it is very thick and well jelly'd; then take fine Muslin, and put your Quinces into i

To Make Spunge-biscuit (), (Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts)
Take the Yolks of eighteen Eggs, beat them well, the Whites of nine whip'd to a Froth, and beat them well together; put to them two Pound and two Ounces of sifted Sugar, and have ready half a Pint of Water, with three Spoonfuls of Rose-Water, boiling hot; and as you beat the Eggs and Sugar, put in the hot Water, a little at a Time; then set the Biscu

Hasty Pudding (Passover Dishes), (The International Jewish Cook Book)
Hasty Pudding, also known as a wine-soaked cake pudding, is a delightful dessert recipe that has been enjoyed for generations. This humble dish originated from the practice of using leftover cake slices and turning them into a delicious and satisfying treat. By adding a touch of wine, creating a creamy custard, and topping it off with a sweet meringue, this

Pigeons Aux Poires (Poultry.), (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Let the feet be cut off, and stuff them with forcemeat, in the shape of a pear, rolling them in the yolk of an egg and crumbs of bread, putting in at the lower end to make them look like pears. Rub your dish with a piece of butter, and then lay them over it, but not to touch each other, and bake them. When done, lay them in another dish, and pour some

Tooth Powder (Miscellaneous Recipes.), (The Golden Age Cook Book)
Precipitated chalk, seven ounces; Florentine orris, four ounces; bicarbonate of soda, three ounces; powdered white Castile soap, two ounces; thirty drops each of oil of wintergreen and sassafras. Sift all together and keep in a glass jar or tin box. A very valuable recipe for hardening the teeth.