The House-keeper's Pocket-book: And Compleat Family Cook. Containing Above Seven Hundred Curious and Uncommon Receipts ... Concluding with Many Excellent Prescriptions ... Extracted from the Writings of the Most Eminent Physicians
R. Ware, 1739 - 263 páginas
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Almonds Bacon bake beat Beef beſt boil boild Bottle Bread Butter Cake Chickens Cinnamon clear cloſe Cloth Cloves cold cover Cream Currans Days Diſh Eggs eight fine Fire firſt five flic'd Flour fome four freſh Gallon garniſh Glaſs grated Gravy green half a Pint half a Pound Handful hard Hour Jelly Juice keep Lemon let it boil let it ſtand Liquor little Salt Mace melted Milk Morning muſt Nutmeg Onions Orange Ounces Oven Oyſters Paſte Pepper Pickle Pieces Pound of Butter Pound of Sugar Pudding Quantity Quart quarter roaſted roll Roſe-water Sack Salt ſame Sauce ſeaſon ſerve ſet ſliced Slices ſmall ſome Spice Spoonfuls ſtir ſtrain ſtrong Sugar ſweet Herbs Syrup tender theſe thick thin three or four till turn Uſe Veal Vinegar Water White Wine whole Yolks
Página 258 - ... be dipped all over, but not stay in (with his head above water) longer than half a minute, if the water be very cold; after this he must go in three times a week for a fortnight longer.
Página 252 - Seafon proves, three or four Times a Day, or oftener, if the Fits of Coughing come frequently, till well, which will be in two or three Days ; but it wHl prefently abate the Violence of the Diftemper.
Página 139 - Gather them when dry, full grown, and not ripe ; pick them one by one, put them into glafs bottles that are very clean and dry, and cork them clofe with new corks ; then put a kettle of water on the...
Página 135 - Cherries. Gather your Cherries of a bright Red, not too ripe ; weigh them, and to every Pound of Cherries put three quarters of a Pound of double-refin'd Sugar beat very fine ; ftone. your Cherries, and ftrew fome Sugar over them as you ftone them, to keep their Colour ; take the reft of your Sugar, and near half a Pint of...
Página 88 - ... sugar, a little salt and grated bread. Lay the marrow in your pye, and the yolks of twelve hard eggs cut in halves, a handful of chesnuts boiled and blanched, and some candied orange-peel in slices.
Página 112 - tis boiled; then take the Yolks of eight Eggs, and four of the Whites; beat them very well with fome Sack...
Página 193 - Put them into a stein that has a tap in it, and to every eight pounds of fruit put a gallon of water. Boil the water, skim it, and pour it scalding hot on your fruit.