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Mix a tablespoonful of fine flour with a gill of cold water, put it into
a gill of boiling water, and, having stirred over the fire until it is
thick, add the yolk of an egg. Continue stirring for five minutes, and
sweeten with two ounces of castor ...
Sour Fish Recipe - Mrs. W. H. Eckhart
The Sour Fish recipe has been a beloved dish in many cultures for centuries. It originated as a way to preserve fish and add flavor to the otherwise bland taste. In ancient times, saltwater was used to stew ...
Peach Pudding is a delightful dessert that is perfect for summer when peaches are in season. This recipe has been enjoyed by many for its comforting flavors and light, fluffy texture. The history of this recipe dates back to the early 1900s when peaches w...
It is said a muskmelon can be chosen by its odor. If it has none, it is
not good, if sweet and musky it is quite sure to be ripe. Another
indication of ripeness is when the smooth skin between the rough
sections is yellowish green. To serve, cut t...
History of Pickled Herring:
Pickled herring has a long history, dating back several centuries. It is a traditional dish in many countries, particularly in Northern Europe, where herring is abundant. Herring was an important food source in these regions a...
Scald and peel tomatoes and cut holes in the top of each. Make a rich
salad dressing, into which stir some cold peas, beans and beets, finely
chopped. Stuff the tomatoes with this, and pour dressing over. Garnish
the dish with fine lettuce leaves.
Prepare as for baked asparagus, and when boiled tender in salted water,
pour over a drawn butter sauce; or prepare a sauce from the water
drained from the asparagus by thickening with one tablespoonful of
butter, one tablespoonful of flour and the b...
Beat four eggs and stir in one-half cup sugar, one-fourth teaspoonful
salt, then slowly one quart scalded milk. When sugar has dissolved,
flavor with nutmeg or vanilla and pour in cups or bake dish. Set cups or
bake dish in a pan of hot water and ba...
1 cup of grated cheese; 1 cup of flour; a little cayenne pepper; butter
same as for pastry. Roll thin; cut in narrow strips, and bake a light
brown in a quick oven. (Serve with salad.)
Small piece of butter in pan, add apple sauce, then cover with crust
and bake; add apple and crust and bake again, and so on until pan is
filled. Serve with hot sauce.--Mrs. Paxton.
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The word is derived from the Anglo-Saxon bracan, to bruise, to
pound, which is expressive of the ancient mode of preparing the grain.
Bread was not introduced into Rome until five hundred and fifty years
after its foundation. Pliny informs ...
To half a pint of hot melted butter, or beef gravy, put the juice and
grated rind of half a lemon, a little sage, basil, or sweet marjoram, a
little cayenne, or black pepper, and salt. Add a wine glass of white
wine just before you take it up.
Scotch Collops, Brown Soup, Ragout of
brown. removed by Ham.
Line a plain mould at the bottom and sides with sponge finger-biscuits,
fill it with strawberry cream, or cream made as directed in the several
recipes. If the weather is warm it will be necessary to place the
Charlotte on ice for an hour or two, bu...
Italian Soup Recipe - 3500 Characters
Italian cuisine is known for its rich flavors and comforting dishes. One such dish is Italian Soup, also known as Zuppa Toscana. This traditional soup has its roots in the Tuscan region of Italy, where ...
Coffee, a beloved beverage enjoyed by millions of people around the world, has a rich history that dates back centuries. The origins of coffee can be traced to the ancient coffee forests of Ethiopia, where coffee beans were discovered by a goat herder nam...
1 quart of apricots
2 tablespoonfuls of gelatin
1 cupful of sugar
1 pint of cream
Drain the apricots from the can, mash them through a colander, add the
sugar and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Cover the gelatin with a half
The Chocolate Torte is a rich and decadent dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. Its origins can be traced back to Europe, particularly to countries like Austria and Germany, where torte is a traditional dessert. Torte is a type of cake that is typ...
A roast of beef, after being scraped and wiped free from all particles
of sawed bone, should be seasoned well with salt and pepper, and dredged
with flour. Put it in a hot oven, and when it has seared on top, to keep
in the juice, turn over and allo...
Curry sauce is made by adding curry powder to taste to a white sauce. It
may likewise be added to a brown sauce.
History of Zwetchen Dampfnudeln:
Zwetchen Dampfnudeln, also known as Prune Dumplings, is a traditional German dish that originated in the regions of Bavaria and Swabia. This dish has a rich history that dates back to ancient times when yeast bread and du...
History and Fun Facts:
The art of smoking meats dates back centuries and is believed to have originated in ancient civilizations as a method of preserving food. The process of smoking involves exposing meat to smoke from burning wood or other materials, ...
Fish chowder is a flavorful, hearty soup that has been enjoyed for centuries. Although its exact origins are not known, chowders have been a part of many coastal communities around the world, particularly in regions with abundant fish and seafood. The wor...
Shell some large imported chestnuts and put over the fire in boiling
water, let them cook for a few minutes, rub the skins off, and cover
again with fresh boiling water, boil until tender. Press through a
sieve, and season with butter, pepper and sa...
Add to any ordinary white or brown sauce one dessert-spoonful of New
Century Sauce and two of port or Burgundy if the sauce is brown, two of
Chablis if white.