The New Practice of Cookery, Pastry, Baking, and Preserving: Being the Country Housewife's Best Friend

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J. Moir, 1804 - 242 páginas
 

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Página 230 - Beat a pound of butter in an earthen pan with your hand one way till it be like a fine thick cream. Then have ready twelve eggs; but leave out half the whites; beat them well; then beat them up with the butter, a pound of flour beat in it, a pound of sugar, and a few carraways. Beat all well together with your hand for an hour, or you may beat it with a wooden spoon.
Página 112 - ... stew in just water enough to cover them, — and dress them in the same manner as we have directed in (No. 531,) Stewed Giblets, for which they are an excellent substitute. NB See Ox-Tail Soup (No. 240.) Potted Ham or Tongue. (No. 509.) Cut a pound of the lean of cold boiled Ham, or Tongue, and pound it in a mortar with a quarter of a pound of the fat, or with fresh butter, (in the proportion of about two ounces to a pound,) till it is a fine paste, (some season it by degrees with, a little pounded...
Página 49 - Cut the clearest Seville oranges into two, take out all the juice and pulp into a basin, and pick all the skins and seeds out of it. Boil the rinds in hard water till they become tender, and change the water two or three times while they are boiling. Then pound them in a marble mortar, and add to it the juice and pulp ; put them next into a preserving pan with double their weight in loaf sugar, and set it over a slow fire.
Página 231 - ... of light barm. . Cover it up, and set it before the fire an hour, in order to make it rise. Work into the paste four ounces of sugar, arfti the same quantity of butter.
Página 93 - Rub the pieces all over with the seasoning, fry them brown in oil, and let them stand till they are cold. Then put them into vinegar, and cover them, with oil.
Página 227 - Lemon, half a Pint of Brandy; first work the Butter with your Hand to a Cream, then beat in your Sugar a quarter of an Hour, beat the Whites of your Eggs to a very strong Froth, mix them with your Sugar and Butter, beat...
Página 92 - GRIND, or beat half a Pound of Rice to Flour ; mix it, by Degrees, with three Pints of Milk, and thicken it over the Fire with Care, for fear of burning, till 'tis like a...
Página 232 - ... cinnamon. First beat your butter to a cream, then put in your sugar; beat the whites of your eggs...
Página 57 - ... mix all together, and rub it well. Let it lie a month in this pickle, turning and basting it every day ; then hang it in...
Página 64 - Make the haggis-bag perfectly clean ; parboil the draught ; boil the liver very well, so as it will grate ; dry the meal before the fire ; mince the draught and a pretty large piece of beef very small; grate about half of the liver; mince plenty of the suet and some onions small; mix all these materials very well together, with a handful or two of the dried meal; spread them on the table, and season them properly with salt and mixed spices ; take any of the scraps of beef that...

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