Mrs. Rorer's Diet for the Sick; Dietetic Treating of Diseases of the Body, What to Eat and What to Avoid in Each Case, Menus and the Proper Selection and Preparation of Recipes, Together with a Physicians' Ready Reference List

Mrs. Rorer's Diet for the Sick; Dietetic Treating of Diseases of the Body, What to Eat and What to Avoid in Each Case, Menus and the Proper Selection and Preparation of Recipes, Together with a Physicians' Ready Reference List

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...again through cheesecloth and place in ice chest; serve on finely-cracked ice, or with an equal quantity of carbonic water; or freeze and serve as an ice. The lemon juice may be omitted, in which case the sugar is unnecessary. EGG JUNKET Beat to a froth one strictly fresh egg; sweeten with one or two teaspoonfuls of sugar; stir in thoroughly one-half pint of fresh cool milk; add one teaspoonful of Pepsencia; stir again to mix thoroughly; divide into small cups if preferred; prepare in precisely the same manner as the plain junket., A little nutmeg or cinnamon may be grated over the junket. To keep the egg junket, put it on ice or in a very cold place. COCOA JUNKET Mix an even tablespoonful of any good cocoa with two teaspoonfuls of sugar; scald with two tablespoonfuls of boiling water; rub this paste smooth; stir in thoroughly one-half pint of fresh cool milk; add one teaspoonful of Pepsencia; stir again to mix thoroughly; divide into small cups if preferred; prepare in precisely the same manner as the plain junket. This cocoa junket may be placed on ice and taken cold; as a dessert, may be served with whipped cream. COFFEE JUNKET Dissolve two teaspoonfuls of sugar in two tablespoonfuls of clear strong coffee; stir in thoroughly one-half pint of fresh cool milk; add one teaspoonful of Pepsencia; stir again to mix thoroughly; divide into small cups if preferred; prepare in precisely the same manner as the plain junket. This coffee junket may be placed on ice and taken cold; as a dessert, may be served with whipped cream. VANILLA, BITTER ALMOND OR STRAWBERRY JUNKET Add the flavoring--a half teaspoonful of vanilla, or bitter almond extract, or a tablespoonful of pure concentrated strawberry syrup, to a half pint of fresh cool milk; add a...show more

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  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 290g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236950836
  • 9781236950833