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" RUB a piece of butter the size of an egg, into a pint of corn meal— make it a batter with two eggs, and some new milk — add a spoonful of yeast, set it by the fire an hour to rise, butter little pans, and bake it. "
The Virginia Housewife: Or, Methodical Cook - Page 140
by Mary Randolph - 1838 - 180 pages
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Cookery as it should be: a new manual of the dining room and kitchen, for ...

Practical housekeeper - Cookery, American - 1856 - 362 pages
...fatty, tough articles so called, which have brought fritters into disrepute. FRITTERS, ANOTHER MODE. Put a piece of butter the size of an egg into a pint of water; let it boil a few minutes, then thicken it very smoothly with a pint of sifted flour ; let it...
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Mrs. Goodfellow's Cookery as it Should be: A New Manual of the Dining Room ...

Mrs. Goodfellow - Cookery, American - 1865 - 362 pages
...fatty, tough articles so called, which have brought fritters into disrepute. FRITTERS, ANOTHER MODE. Put a piece of butter the size of an egg into a pint of water ; let it boil a few minutes, then thicken it very smoothly with a pint of sifted flour ; let...
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MRS. GOODFELLOW'S COOKERY AS IT SHOULD BE.

1865
...fatty, tough articles so called, which have brought fritters into disrepute. FRITTERS, ANOTHER MODE. Put a piece of butter the size of an egg into a pint of water 5 let it boil a few minutes, then thicken it very smoothly with a pint of sifted flour; let it...
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THE YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER'S FRIEND.

MRS. CORNELIUS. - 1868
...sugar. For a family of three or four, make half the measure. Cream of Tartar Biscuit without Milk, Rub a piece of butter the size of an egg into a quart of flour till there are no little lumps. Then add a teaspoonful of 'salt, and scatter in two...
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The Creole Cookery Book

Christian Woman's Exchange (New Orleans, La.) - Cooking, American - 1885 - 216 pages
...form a soft dough ; work well with the hands and bake in a buttered pan ; serve very hot. CORNMEAL BREAD. Rub a piece of butter the size of an egg into a pint of cornmeal ; make a batter with 2 eggs and some new milk, 1 spoonful of yeast ; set it by the fire 1...
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A Book for the Cook: Old Fashioned Receipts for New Fashioned Kitchens

Community cookbooks - 1899 - 100 pages
...spread grape preserve or canned peach on the tap and serve with whipped cream. BELL FRITTERS. — Put a piece of butter the size of an egg Into a pint of water, boil a few minutes, thicken it smoothly with a pint of flour; let it remain a short time on...
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Cooking in Old Creole Days

CÚlestine Eustis - Cookery, American - 1901 - 120 pages
...one-half quart of milk and one-half quart of water, small quantities of soda, salt and brown sugar. CORN MEAL BREAD Rub a piece of butter the size of...it by the fire an hour to rise. Butter little pans, fill them, and bake. SWEET POTATO BUNS Boil and mash a sweet potato. Rub into it as much flour as will...
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The New England Cook Book

Helen Saunders Wright - Cookery, American - 1912 - 327 pages
...effervescence is lost, before it is added to the flour. CREAM BISCUIT CREAM OF TARTAR BISCUIT WITHOUT MILK Rub a piece of butter the size of an egg into a quart of flour till there are no little lumps. Then add a teaspoonful of salt, and scatter in 2 heaping...
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The Virginia House-wife

Mary Randolph - Cooking - 1824 - 370 pages
...flour, make it into paste with milk, knead ii well, roll it as thin as paper, and bake it to lookc white. CORN MEAL BREAD. Rub a piece of butter the size of an pgg into a pint of corn meal, make a batter with two eggs and some new milk, add a spoonful of yeast,...
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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry in Maryland

Frederick Philip Stieff - Cooking - 1997 - 354 pages
...butter, as sweet potatoes are candied. — Mrs. Lewin W. Wic\es, Kent County. 152 BELL FRITTERS Put a piece of butter the size of an egg into a pint of water, let it boil a few minutes, thicken it very smoothly with a pint of flour, let it remain a short...
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