A Cook Book for Nurses
Formerly cooking instructor at the Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, Sarah Chapman Hill gathered recipes suitable for invalids and infants in a manner that is practical and concise. A Cook Book for Nurses was published in 1911. Of much interest in the 19th and 20th century, sick room recipes give insight into ideas of health care and the treatment of the sick in the days before modern medicine.
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30 minutes Add 1 tbsp Add salt Add sugar apple asparagus baking dish Bavarian Cream beef boiling point boiling water bowl bread crumbs Broiled butter celery cheese cloth chicken broth chocolate chopped nuts cocoa coffee cold water cook cool cover custard Diet double boiler fish fork French dressing fruit juice Garnish with parsley gelatin glass Gluten grape fruit Heat hot oven hot plate hot water lemon juice lettuce liquid mayonnaise meat melted Method mixture moderate oven mold omelet oven to brown oysters peas pepper to taste potato Proteid prunes pulp recipes Remove rennet rice salad salt and pepper saucepan scalded milk Scrape Season with salt Serve at once shirrer slice small pieces Soak soft custard Soft Diet soup Special directions spinach squab stewed stirring Sweetbreads sweeten syrup tapioca toast tomato tray Unmold vanilla vinegar Wash whipped cream white sauce wine