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Fifty Soups
     

Fifty Soups

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by Thomas J. Murrey
 

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Soups, like salads, present an excellent opportunity for the cook to display good taste and judgment.The great difficulty lies in selecting the most appropriate soup for each particular occasion; it would be well to first select your bill of fare, after which decide upon the soup.Show Excerpt the shells; chop up the clams, and add them to the hot broth with a pat of

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Soups, like salads, present an excellent opportunity for the cook to display good taste and judgment.The great difficulty lies in selecting the most appropriate soup for each particular occasion; it would be well to first select your bill of fare, after which decide upon the soup.Show Excerpt the shells; chop up the clams, and add them to the hot broth with a pat of butter; salt if necessary and add a little cayenne; boil ten minutes, pour into a soup tureen, add a slice of toast, and send to table. This is the mode adopted when we do not have a clam opener in the house.
Raw, freshly opened clams should be chopped fine and prepared in the manner above described. The large clams are better for chowders than for stews and broth.
CLAM CHOWDER.--Chop up fifty large clams; cut eight medium-sized potatoes into small square pieces, and keep them in cold water until wanted.
Chop one large, red onion fine, and cut up half a pound of larding pork into small pieces.
Procure an iron pot, and see that it is very clean and free from rust; set it on the range, and when very hot, throw the pieces of pork into it, fry them brown; next add the onion, and fry it brown; add one fourth of the chopped clams, then one fourth of the chopped potato, and two pilot crackers quartered, a teaspoon

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781537673080
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/2016
Pages:
36
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.07(d)

Meet the Author

Formerly professional caterer of the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, Astor House, New York, and other leading hotels. Author of "Salads and Sauces,"
"Valuable Cooking Recipes,"

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Fifty Soups 1.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While a short book with only 50 soup recipes, the working TOC helps navigate the recipes instead of paging through manually. Sample also downloads and opens on my android phone and nook for PC.
Levi Bushue More than 1 year ago
doesnt work. if you call cs or have bn employee call support you can get a refund
Susan S Connery More than 1 year ago
i will never buy a crap book on my nook again. cant open it. feel totally ripped off
yorktony More than 1 year ago
This book will not open on the Nook. How do I get my 99 cents back?
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You can't even open this book!
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So far, I can't open the book. Every time I click on it, it trys to open and then just goes back to my shelf.
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Broken file let's publisher steal from you. :P
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