The Chinese Cook Book: Containing More Than One Hundred Recipes for Everyday Food Prepared in the Wholesome Chinese Way, and Many Recipes of Unique Dishes Peculiar to the Chinese, Including Chinese Pastry, "stove Parties," and Chinese Candies (Google eBook)
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15 minutes Add Chinese gravy Add enough primary almonds bean cake bean sprouts boiling oil Break the eggs chestnuts 2 cups chicken Chinese ham dice Chinese mushrooms Chinese onion Chinese sauce Chow Chow cold water cook for 15 cover and cook crab cups bamboo shoots cups celery cups mushrooms cups primary soup cups water chestnuts cut into dice cut into pieces cut into threads dish double-boiler duck fish balls fried noodles Fry in boiling frying-pan Garnish with parsley GOLDEN POND green peppers head lettuce hour inches long lard lettuce melon mushrooms 2 cups oiled pan oysters pan and fry peanut oil peanuts pieces 1 inch pork pounds pike Salt to suit secondary vegetables sesamum-seed oil shoots 2 cups shrimp small pieces soup to cover Steam stove at once sugar suit the taste suitable bowl tablespoonful Chinese ham tablespoonful Fun Wine teaspoonful cornstarch teaspoonful ginger juice Wash
Page 195 - Calorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water one degree Centigrade.
Page 13 - There are smaller holes through which the oil comes when the peanuts are crushed by a stick of wood in the large hole.
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