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Classic Cook Books: Eighteenth Century
     

Classic Cook Books: Eighteenth Century

by Mrs. Mary Eale
 
Recipes for deserts. The first reads: "To dry ANGELICA. Take the Stalks of Angelica, and boil them tender; then put them to drain, and scrape off all the thin Skin, and put them into scalding Water; keep them close cover'd, and over a slow Fire, not to boil, 'till they are green; then draining them well, put them in a very thick Syrup of the Weight and half of

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Recipes for deserts. The first reads: "To dry ANGELICA. Take the Stalks of Angelica, and boil them tender; then put them to drain, and scrape off all the thin Skin, and put them into scalding Water; keep them close cover'd, and over a slow Fire, not to boil, 'till they are green; then draining them well, put them in a very thick Syrup of the Weight and half of Sugar: Let the Syrup be cold when you put them in, and warm it every Day 'till it is clear, when you may lay them out to dry, sifting Sugar upon them. Lay out but as much as you use at a Time, and scald the rest."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000747681
Publisher:
B&R Samizdat Express
Publication date:
09/01/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
116 KB

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