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" Dissolve four or five lumps of sugar in a quarter of a pint of boiling water, with a little very thin lemon peel ; let it stand a quarter of an hour ; add one bottle of the above wines, and a sprig of verbena, a small glass of sherry ; half a pint of... "
How to Mix Drinks: Or, The Bon-vivant's Companion, Containing Clear and ... - Page 75
by Jerry Thomas - 1862 - 244 pages
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London at table; or, How, when, and where to dine and order a dinner

London (England) - 1851
...all well mixed and then strained and iced. No. 2.— CHAMPAGNE, HOCK, OR CHABLIS CUP. A LA GOODRICHE. Dissolve four or five lumps of sugar in a quarter...quarter of an hour ; add one bottle of the above wines ; three or four leaves of burrage, or small bunch of young nettles, or a sprig of verbena ; a small...
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The American stranger's guide to London and Liverpool at table

Travel - 1859
...and easily made in a jug filled with ice. No. 2.—CHAMPAGNE, HOCK, OB CHABLIS CUP. a LA GOODBICKE. Dissolve four or five lumps of sugar in a quarter...quarter of an hour; add one bottle of the above wines; three or four leaves of burrage, or small bunch of young nettles, or a sprig of verbena; a small glass...
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Little dinners, how to serve them with elegance and economy

Mary Hooper (writer on cookery.) - 1874
...the base : — Mix one teaspoonful of cornflour and one of flour in a dessertspoonful of cold water, dissolve four or five lumps of sugar in a quarter of a pint of boiling water, stir the thickening into it, with either the juice of a lemon or a pinch of citric acid. Let it simmer...
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American and other drinks

Leo Engel - 1878
...Verbena. All must be well mixed, and then strained and iced. 147 CHAMPAGNE, HOCK, or CHABLIS CUP. • Dissolve four or five lumps of sugar in a quarter...of sherry; half a pint of water. Mix well and let it stand half an hour. Strain and ice it well. 148 CIDER NECTAR, (a la Ritchie.) One quart of cider;...
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Good plain cookery

Mary Hooper (writer on cookery.) - 1882
...teaspoonful of potato flour, one of flour ; mix with a tablespoonful of cold water. Dissolve about six lumps of sugar in a quarter of a pint of boiling water, and pour over the flour. Let it just boil, then stir in an ounce of butter, a few drops of lemon flavouring,...
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