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" Rub a quart of raspberries through a hair sieve, to take out the seeds, mix the juice well with cream ; sweeten it with sugar to your taste, then put it into a stone jug, and raise a froth with a chocolate mill. As the froth rises, take it off with a... "
The cook's own book, and housekeeper's register: being receipts for cooking ... - Page 316
by Mrs. N. K. M. Lee, Eliza Leslie - 1840 - 337 pages
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A modern system of domestic cookery, or, The housekeeper's guide: arranged ...

M. Radcliffe - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1823 - 676 pages
...brandy, a gill of orange-flower water, and powdered loaf-sugar to palate. Whisk or whip it up well ; and, as the froth rises, take it off with a spoon, and lay it on an inverted sieve to drain. If it should not rise well, add the whites of a couple of eggs. When sufficiently...
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The complete servant, by Samuel and Sarah Adams

Samuel Adams (servant.), Sarah Adams - 1826
...boil, but not long, for otherwise it will not fix. 94. RASPBERRY CREAM. , froth with a chocolate mill. As the froth rises, take it off with a spoon, and lay it upon a hair sieve. \Vheh there i* as much fi-utli as wanted, put what cream remains in a deep China...
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A New Collection of Genuine Receipts: For the Preparation and Execution of ...

Dyes and dyeing - 1831 - 108 pages
...sweeten it with sugar to your taste, then put into a stone jug, and raise a froth with a chocolate mill, As the froth rises take it off with a spoon, and lay it upon a hair sieve. When there is as much froth as wanted, put what cream remains in a deep china dish,...
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Seventy-five receipts for pastry, cakes and sweetmeats

Eliza Leslie - Cooking - 1836 - 106 pages
...small pieces, mix them with the almonds, and lay iliem in the bottom of a large glass bowl.. Grate e nutmeg over them, and the juice and peel of the •lemons....or rods, till it stands alone. As the froth rises, lake it off with a spoon, and llay it on a sieve (with a large dish under it) to 4)rain. The cream,...
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The Corner cupboard, by the ed. of 'Enquire within upon everything'.

Robert Kemp Philp - 1858
...it with sugar to your taste, then put it into a stone jug, and raise a froth with a chocolate mill. As the froth rises, take it off with a spoon, and lay it upon a hair-sieve. When there is as much froth as wanted, put what cream remains into a deep china...
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Lobscouse and Spotted Dog: Which It's a Gastronomic Companion to the Aubrey ...

Anne Chotzinoff Grossman, Lisa Grossman Thomas - Cooking - 2000 - 304 pages
...remaining sugar and stir to dissolve. Pour in the cream and whip with a wire The Captains Table 27 whisk. As the froth rises, take it off with a spoon and lay it gently on the surface of the wine in the goblets. Sprinkle with the reserved lemon zest and garnish...
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The Household Companion

Eliza Smith - Fiction - 2006 - 412 pages
...of two lemons; sweeten it to your palate, put it into a broad earthen pan, and with a whisk whip it; as the froth rises, take it off' with a spoon, and lay it in your syllabub-glasses; but first you must sweeten some claret, sack, or white wine, and strain it,...
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