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" ... apple add three-quarters of a pound of loaf sugar, a quarter of an ounce of isinglass, the grated rind and strained juice of a lemon, and a wineglassful of rum. Boil in a skillet till in a rich jam, then rub through a fine wire sieve; rub the mould... "
Dainty Dishes for Indian Tables ... - Page 319
1881 - 448 pages
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The young housewife's daily assistant: on all matters relating to cookery ...

Cre-Fydd - Cooking - 1864 - 340 pages
...then rub through a fine wire sieve; rub the mould slightly with salad oil, or with dissolved fresh butter; press in the apple, smooth over the bottom with a knife, and let it stand in a cold place, or on ice, till quite firm. Turn out carefully, and serve, with custard made as directed...
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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
...then rub through a fine wire sieve ; rub the mould slightly with salad oil, or with dissolved fresh butter ; press in the apple, smooth over the bottom with a knife, and let it stand in a cold place, or on ice, till quite firm. Turn out carefully, and serve, with custard made as directed...
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Things a lady would like to know concerning domestic management and expenditure

Henry Southgate - Cookbooks - 1875 - 543 pages
...about twenty minutes ; pour it into a pretty mould, and stir in a pint of fine fresh fruit ; put it in a cool place, or on ice, till quite firm. Turn out carefully, and serve, with or without Devonshire or other cream round as a garnish. NOTE. If red currant juice be used, then...
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Things a Lady Would Like to Know Concerning Domestic Management and Expenditure

Henry Southgate - Cookbooks - 1875 - 543 pages
...juice be used, then let the whole fruit be either red currants, red cherries, or raspberries. Put it in a cool place, or on ice, till quite firm. Turn out carefully, and garnish the dish with Devonshire cream, or strain the juice of 2 lemons into \ a pint of thick cream,...
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Puddings & sweets, 365 receipts

Lucy Jones - 1877
...about twenty minutes ; pour it into a pretty mould, and stir in a pint of fine fresh fruit. Put it in a cool place, or on ice, till quite firm. Turn out carefully, and serve with Devonshire cream or custard. French Apple Pudding. Stew some apples and pulp them through a sieve....
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