The Corn Cook Book

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P.F. Volland Company, 1918 - Cookery (Corn) - 127 pages
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Page 106 - Beat the egg yolks ; add white sauce, seasoning, and vegetables ; fold in the beaten egg whites; put into a buttered baking dish and bake in a moderate oven until firm.
Page 107 - Pour into a buttered baking dish, set in a pan of hot water, and bake in a moderate oven (350° F) for 30 to 40 minutes or until firm in center.
Page 80 - ... in a pan of boiling water, and bake in a moderate oven for twenty to twenty-five minutes.
Page 80 - Ys cup American cheese cut into Pepper cubes 1 egg Method. Scald milk in top of double boiler; add bread crumbs, cheese, butter, and seasoning. Remove from stove, and add unbeaten egg yolk. Whip egg white stiff, and fold into mixture.
Page 101 - Mix cornstarch, sugar and salt, add onehalf cup cold milk. Add to scalded milk, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Afterwards cook fifteen minutes.
Page 67 - ... burning, and add a great spoonful of butter, some pepper and salt. Boil up once and pour over the eggs. Or, better still, heat the milk in a separate saucepan, that the eggs may not have to stand. A little broth improves the sauce. STEAMED EGGS. — Butter a tin plate and break in your eggs; set in a steamer; place over a kettle of boiling water, and steam until the whites are cooked; they are more...
Page 72 - ... milk Add chicken to sauce ; when well heated, add yolks of eggs slightly beaten, diluted with milk. Cook two minutes, then add parsley. Scalloped Chicken Butter a baking-dish. Arrange alternate layers of cold, cooked sliced chicken and boiled macaroni or rice. Pour over White, Brown, or Tomato Sauce, cover with buttered cracker crumbs, and bake in a hot oven until crumbs are brown. Mock Terrapin...
Page 77 - Wash, wipe and remove a thin slice from the stem end of six uniform-sized tomatoes, scoop out the inside, sprinkle with salt, invert, let stand one-half hour. Mix the pulp with one cup of succotash; stuff tomatoes and arrange them in a granite dripping pan, well buttered; sprinkle the top of each with buttered cracker crumbs.
Page 118 - Add butter and cook until candy is very hard when again tested in cold water (ice- water is preferable) . Add corn, stir until thoroughly blended. Return to range to warm slightly and pour on an oiled marble slab or an enameled tray and with a slightly oiled rolling-pin roll as thin as possible. (This operation must be done quickly.) Cut in bars or squares. If it becomes too hard to cut break in small pieces.
Page 118 - ... 1 teaspoon salt PROCESS: Carefully pick over fresh popped corn, discarding all unpopped kernels. Pass through meatchopper, using coarse knife ; sprinkle with salt. Into a kettle put sugar, prepared corn and water; cook until candy cracks when tested in cold water (about 270...

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