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Nasturtium Sandwiches

Cover the bread and butter with nasturtium flowers over night. In making the sandwiches place at each corner of the slice a flower, so that in cutting from corner to corner you have a little triangular sandwich holding a nasturtium flower uncut. ...

Sandwiches

The ordinary muffin recipes, which are always about alike, no matter what flour is used, may have added to them a cup of well-cooked oat meal; for instance, separate two eggs as for rice muffins; add to the yolks a cup of milk; then add one and a half cup...

Tenderloin With Spices

(Filetto alla piemontese) Clean and trim the meat, removing all the little skins. Then sprinkle with nutmeg, cinnamon, salt, and pepper, and place in an earthen vase covered, together with a bunch of aromatic herbs, sage, parsley, rosemary, onion...

Dried Sweet Corn

Recipe: Dried Sweet Corn History: Dried sweet corn has been a staple in many households for centuries. It originated as a way to preserve this delicious and nutritious ingredient when it was in season and abundant. In the past, when ears of sweet corn we...

Pork To Collar

Bone and season a breast of pork with savoury spice, parsley, sage, and thyme; roll it in a hard collar of cloth; tie it close, and boil it, and, when cold, keep it in souse. ...

Swedish Rice Pudding.

Swedish Rice Pudding, also known as Risgrynsgröt, is a traditional Swedish dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. This creamy and delicious rice pudding is made with simple ingredients such as rice, milk, sugar, and spices, but it is the way these ...

No. 3. Bechamel Sauce

Bechamel sauce, also known as white sauce, is a classic French sauce that has been enjoyed for centuries. It is a versatile and creamy sauce that can be used in a variety of dishes, adding a rich and velvety texture. In this recipe, we will explore how to...

Carrot Soup

Boil a pint of carrots with a piece of butter about as large as a walnut and a lump of sugar until they are tender. Press through a colander and put into a pint of boiling milk, thickened with a tablespoonful each of butter and flour, dilute this wi...

Belgian Baked Bananas.

Belgian Baked Bananas - A Delicious Twist on a Classic Dessert Introduction: Belgian Baked Bananas is a delightful dessert that combines the sweetness of ripe bananas with warm flavors of caramel and spices. This recipe has its roots in Belgian cuisine, ...

To Candy Cowslips Or Any Flowers Or Greens In Bunches

Steep Gum-Arabick in Water, wet the Flowers with it, and shake them in a Cloth, that they may be dry; then dip them in fine sifted Sugar, and hang them on a String, ty'd cross a Chimney that has a Fire in it: They must hang two or three Days 'till t...

Cream Of Chestnuts

Shell and blanch a pint of large French chestnuts. Put them in a saucepan and almost cover them with boiling water, cook until tender. Before they are quite done add a little salt. When done remove from the fire, rub through a puree sieve with the w...

No. 13. Neapolitan Anchovy Sauce

Neapolitan Anchovy Sauce is a traditional Italian recipe that has been enjoyed for generations. This savory sauce is made using anchovies, fennel, flour, spices, parsley, marjoram, garlic, lemon juice, vinegar, and cream. It is a versatile sauce that can ...

A New Dish Of Apples

Melt two tablets of chocolate (Menier) in a dessert-spoonful of water over heat, stirring till the chocolate is well wetted and very thick. Then prepare some feculina flour in the following way: Take for five or six persons nearly a pint of milk. Sweeten ...

23 Western Balls

Put 1/2 a pound of boiled potatoes through a sieve, mix with them 2 ozs. of grated ham, a little butter, a well-beaten egg, cayenne and salt to taste; if not moist enough, add a little cream, form into small balls, egg and bread crumb them and fry a...

Cauliflower And Tomato Souffle

Boil cauliflower in salted water until tender, then drain and separate into tufts. Put in a buttered baking dish a layer of tufts, then a layer of tomatoes, salt and pepper the tomatoes. Continue these alternate layers until the dish is full. Make a...

Sandwiches

Sandwiches may be made from one of three or four kinds of bread; whole wheat bread, Boston brown or oatmeal bread, white bread and rye bread made into square, deep loaves; in fact, all bread used for sandwiches should be made especially for the pu...

Polish Stewed Calves' Feet.

Polish Stewed Calves' Feet, also known as "Węgierska nożyczki", is a traditional Polish dish that is rich in flavor and history. The recipe originates from the culinary traditions of Eastern Europe and has been enjoyed for many generations. Calves' feet...

Nut Cheese Crackers

Nut cheese crackers are most appetizing, too, made by spreading this cheese on small saltine crackers, and sprinkling chopped nuts over the top. Any child will delight to make these, and while easy and cheap, they are attractive enough to serve any ...

Suet Pudding

From MRS. HELEN M. BARKER, of South Dakota, Lady Manager. One cup chopped suet; one cup molasses (New Orleans); one cup chopped raisins; one cup sweet milk; three cups sifted flour; one teaspoon soda dissolved in milk; spices to taste. Steam three hours. ...

Raised Cake. Mrs. Jennie Hershberger, Tiffin, Ohio.

The history of the Raised Cake recipe dates back many generations and has been passed down through the Hershberger family of Tiffin, Ohio. Mrs. Jennie Hershberger, a beloved member of the family, was known for her love of baking and her delicious Raised C...

Banbury Cakes

Banbury Cakes Recipe History and Fun Facts: Banbury Cakes are a traditional English pastry that originated from the historic market town of Banbury, Oxfordshire. These cakes have a long history dating back to the 17th century and are still enjoyed today....

Ripe Cucumber Pickle

From MRS. CORA PAYNE JACKSON, of Kentucky, Lady Manager. One gallon of cider vinegar; one pound of brown sugar; one tablespoon of allspice; one tablespoon of cloves; one tablespoon of black pepper; one tablespoon of mace; two tablespoons of root ginger; t...

No. 59. Pesce Alla Genovese (sole Or Turbot)

Pesce alla Genovese is a classic Italian dish that originates from the city of Genoa. Genoa, located in the Liguria region of Italy, is known for its rich culinary tradition, particularly its seafood dishes. This flavorful recipe is a perfect representati...

Ham Entree Of

Cut a dozen slices of ham; take off the fat entirely; fry them gently in a little butter. Have a good brown rich sauce of gravy; and serve up hot, with pieces of fried bread, cut of a semicircular shape, of the same size as the pieces of ham, and la...

French Rolls No 2

Take two or three spoonfuls of good yest, as much warm water, two or three lumps of loaf-sugar, and the yolk of an egg. Mix all together; let it stand to rise. Meanwhile take a quartern of the finest flour, and rub in about an ounce of butter. Then ...