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" Any kind of black plums may be preserved in this way. A quarter of an hour longer must be allowed for larger fruit. 891. PRESERVED APRICOTS. The following receipt in every way may be adhered to. 892. PRESERVED PEACHES, WHOLE. The peaches must be sound... "
Dainty Dishes for Indian Tables ... - Page 361
1881 - 448 pages
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The cooks and confectioners dictionary; or, The accomplish'd housewifes ...

John Nott - Cooking - 1723
...and make them into Shape ^ put them into a Kettle of boiling Water, and when they Iwim at the top, take them out, and put them into cold Water ^ when they are hardened take them out, and bake them on Tin Plates. 202. "(Xo "orcfs Crapfrflj BOIL them in Water,...
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Mrs. Putnam's receipt book; and young housekeeper's assistant

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Putnam - Cookery, American - 1849 - 142 pages
...almonds. — Put them into a deep dish, pour boiling water over them, cover them up, and let them stand an hour. Then take them out, and put them into cold water; rub off the skins with your hands. To make the custard. — Blanch and pound very fine a quarter of...
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The young housewife's daily assistant: on all matters relating to cookery ...

Cre-Fydd - Cooking - 1864 - 340 pages
...sound and not over-ripe. Wipe off the bloom, and throw them into a preserving-pan more than half rilled with boiling water. Cover it with a. cloth, and let...cold, take off the peel, open the ends sufficiently to extract the stones, break the stones, and blanch the kernels. Weigh the peaches, and take the same...
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Cre-fydd's Family fare

Cre-fydd (pseud.) - 1864
...let it stand where it will keep hot, but not boil, for an hour. Then take them out, and put them-into cold water. 'When they are cold, take off the peel, open the ends sufficiently to extract the stones, break the stones, and blanch the kernels. Weigh the peaches, and take the same...
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Dainty dishes, receipts

Harriet Elizabeth Münster-Ledenburg (gräfin zu.) - 1866
...salamander over the top, and serve. 442. DES tEUFS AU SOLEIL. Poach about eight fresh eggs very nicely ; take them out and put them into cold water ; when they are cool lay them for about a quarter of an hour to marinade in a glass of white wine vinegar, with some...
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Cre-Fydd's Family Fare: The Young Housewife's Daily Assistant on All Matters ...

Cre-Fydd - Cookery, British - 1874 - 340 pages
...PRESERVED APRICOTS. The following receipt in every way may be adhered to. 892. PRESERVED PEACHES, WHOLE. The peaches must be sound and not over-ripe. Wipe...cold, take off the peel, open the ends sufficiently to extract the stones, break the stones, and blanch the kernels. Weigh the peaches, and take the same...
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Dainty dishes, receipts

Harriet Elizabeth Münster-Ledenburg (gräfin zu.) - 1884
...salamander over the top, and serve. 442. DBS (Eras AU SOLEIL. Poach about eight fresh eggs very nicely; take them out and put them into cold water ; when they are cool lay them for about a quarter of an hour to marinade in a glass of white wine vinegar, with some...
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