The Up-to-date Sandwich Book: 400 Ways to Make a Sandwich

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A. C. McClurg & Company, 1909 - Sandwiches - 180 pages
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Page 104 - ... add the yolk of one egg beaten with two tablespoonfuls of cream ; add a half teaspoonful of salt and dash of pepper; strain this over the balls and serve.
Page 172 - Spread this sheet with one cupful of butter, fold it up and roll out again ; fold as before and let it stand a few minutes in a warm place. Now roll and fold twice more. Let stand a short time, roll out and cut into biscuits, place in pans, not touching, brush over the tops with a little lard and hot water. Let rise one hour and bake. These are very light and will pull apart in flakes.
Page 5 - In making rolled bread sandwiches, cut off the crust of a loaf of fresh bread and spread a thin layer of butter on one end of the loaf; cut off this buttered end in as thin a slice as possible...
Page 156 - Place peeled bananas, sliced across, between thin slices of buttered brown bread from which the crusts have been trimmed. Place in the oven and leave until bread is toasted and you will have delicious and nourishing hot sandwiches. Very good for invalids.
Page 178 - ... half a teaspoon of curry powder or half this amount of paprika if the latter be preferred. Spread this paste on round pieces of toast and garnish with chopped, cooked eggs, 178 whites and yolks separate, minced pickles, green peppers, and olives.
Page 170 - Into a pint of well seasoned mashed potatoes, stir two eggs without beating ; spread two tablespoonfuls of this potato out smoothly, and lay on it a slice of neatly trimmed boiled ham. Cover this with the potato, pinch the edges together.
Page 16 - Add a teaspoonful of anchovy paste, a dash of salt and red pepper, and rub in the yolks of six hard-boiled eggs, with two tablespoonfuls of olive oil.
Page 79 - Fill the space from which you have taken the seeds with the mutton mixture. Put on top another slice of toasted and lightly buttered bread, and press the two slices firmly together.
Page 129 - English walnuts fine, sprinkle with salt, and put a layer of the nuts between two slices of bread.

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