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" POT a little salt, one egg beaten, and four ounces of butter, in a quart of flouró make it into a paste with new milk, beat it for half an hour with a pestle, roll the paste thin, and cut it into round cakes; bake them on a gridiron, and be careful... "
The Virginia Housewife: Or, Methodical Cook - Page 139
by Mary Randolph - 1838 - 180 pages
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The Virginia House-wife

Mary Randolph - Cooking - 1824 - 370 pages
...ready, pour on the batter to look quite round ; they do not require turning. APOQUINIMINC CAKES. Put a little salt, one egg beaten, and four ounces of...half an hour with a pestle, roll the paste thin, and cui it into round cakes ; bake them on a gridirc:n and be careful not to burn them. BATTER CAKES. Boil...
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Southern Food: At Home, on the Road, in History

John Egerton - Cooking - 1987 - 408 pages
...beautifully worked into place. . . . Following is [Mary Randolph's] recipe for: APOQUINIMINC CAKES Put a little salt, one egg beaten, and four ounces of...them on a gridiron, and be careful not to burn them. These are beaten biscuits, and we have not found an earlier version. The Indian name is difficult to...
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Baking Across America

Arthur L. Meyer - Cooking - 1998 - 509 pages
...will Bake them. Another beaten biscuit is called Apoquiniminc Cakes in The Virginia Housewife: Put a little salt, one egg beaten, and four ounces of...them on a gridiron and be careful not to burn them. Having briefly digressed into the realm of biscuits (which are so much a part of American baking) we...
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Cooking in America, 1590-1840

Trudy Eden - Cooking - 2006 - 147 pages
Arranged by period and then by main ingredient, offers 240 recipes taken from early American primary sources, presented in their original wording.
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Cooking in America, 1840-1945

Alice L. McLean - Cooking - 2006 - 194 pages
Arranged chronologically, examines cookbooks as a primary source, showing the changes that occurred in American eating customs from the preindustrial period to the onset of ...
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