Cookery and Pastry

Cookery and Pastry

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1789 edition. Excerpt: ... with the bread, and sweeten it to your taste; beat some tansy, and squeeze out the juice through a clean cloth; put in as much of it as make it bitter to your taste; put in some of the juice of spinage with it to make it of a fine green; put in a dram, the scrape of a nutmeg, and four ounces cf fresh butter; put all into a pan, and give it a heat on the fire till it is pretty thick; then put it into a pudding-pan, and fire it off in the oven. When you are to fend it to the table, strew sugar on the top, and fliced orange. If you make it with milk instead of cream, you must put a great deal more butter in it. An Orange Pudding. Take the yoiks of a dozen of eggs; beat and sift half a pound of sugar; put it in by degrees, and east it amongst the eggs with a knife; it must be cast until they are thick aud white. If you have the conserve of oranges, put in as much of it as give it a fine taste, and cast it along with the eggs. If you have not. this, put some beat marmalade in pi ace of ir. Beat two ounces of fugarbiieuit; mix all well together, and you rmist cast it constantly until it gees into the oven, or it won't be light; just when it is ready to go into the oven, pour in five or fix ounces of fresh butter oiled but do not let it be too hot when you put it in; mix all well together, and put it in the oven. A Lemon Pudding. Orate the rhind of three or four lemons, and lay it to steep in a gill of brandy; beat the yolk of ten or twelve egs, as in the above receipt, with the same quantity of sugar, biscuit, and batter. You must order it every way as in the orange pudding; all the difference is in the seasoning, the one lemon and the other orange; and wherever orange grate is, it needs no spirits to" raise at. A Citron Padding. Slice half a...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236581644
  • 9781236581648
  • 2,257,248