1 edition of The housekeeper"s guide to preserved meats, fruits, vegetables, &c found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the Author of Choice dishes at small cost|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 163 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
In the 'Introduction' we learn the book is the work of an Authoress. In one drawer the rolling-pin, knives, pastry and cake cutters, and a few other utensils may be kept; and in the other drawer, spices, flavoring extracts, etc. Time does not improve raisins. Bishopsgate Street Without was wider and longer than Within, and during medieval times many pleasure gardens and bowling alleys ran off it.
With a set range there must be a broad hearth of tiles, slate, or best face-brick. Compared to many modern cookbooks, there was a different set of expectations on home cooks in the late 19th century! In trimming moderator lamps, let the wick be cut evenly all round; as, if left higher in one place than it is in another, it will cause it to smoke and burn badly. Green corn is sent from the South about the last of May or the first of June, and then costs much.
The second section of pages has unusually for the time, good and detailed recipes. It is clean and durable. Supposing eggs the cheapest to be used,—Draw a gallon or so of the wine, and mix one quart of it with the whites of four eggs, by stirring it with a whisk; afterwards, when thoroughly mixed, pour it back into the cask through the bunghole, and stir up the whole cask, in a rotatory direction, with a clean split stick inserted through the bunghole. To remove Paint-spots from Silk Cloth. Sword Fish.
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This done, he places chairs enough for the party, distributing them equally on each side of the table, and opposite to each a napkin neatly folded, within it a piece of bread or small roll, and a knife on the right side of each plate, a fork on the left, and a carving-knife and fork at the top and bottom of the table, outside the others, with the rests opposite to them, and a gravy-spoon beside the knife.
Before dinner, he has satisfied himself that the lamps, candles, or gas-burners are in perfect order, if not lighted, which will usually be the case. This artichoke comes into the market about July, and can be preserved in sand for winter use.
Bermuda sends new potatoes into Northern markets about the last of March or first of April. If soft wood be used, splinters will in time get torn up. They are not good when more than three years old. She must have a large store of dried pears, sorbs, figs, raisins, sorbs in must, preserved pears and grapes and quinces.
To make Pomade for the Hair. Not all recipes are purely vegetarian as some require meat stocks. This should be particularly remembered with soups and bread. Unless you have removed all references to Project Gutenberg: 1. Her name in connection with cooking is a household word. One can is enough for six persons.
To avoid this, the windows should only be opened at night, and late,—the last thing before retiring. The office of butler is thus one of very great trust in a household. For fawn or yellow-coloured leather, take a quart of skimmed milk, pour into it 1 oz.
Between the kitchen and dining-room there should be a closet where the dining-room dishes except rare glass and china can be kept, and where the glassware, silver, and delicate china—if not all the china—can be washed.
Extension Bulletin Good veal will have white, firm fat, and the lean part a pinkish tinge. Veal is in the market all the year, but the season is really from April to September, when the price is low.MISS PARLOA'S NEW COOK BOOK, A GUIDE TO MARKETING AND COOKING.
BY MARIA PARLOA, PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL OF COOKING IN BOSTON ILLUSTRATED. PREFACE. When the author wrote the Appledore Cook Book, nine years ago, she had seen so many failures and so much consequent mortification and dissatisfaction as to determine her to give those minute directions.
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Page 5 EVERYDAY 'COOK. AND RECIPE BOOK. Containing more than Two Thousand Practical Recipes for Cooking every kind of Meat, Fish, Poultry, Game, Soups, Broths, Vegetables and Salads. The cook's guide and housekeeper's & butler's assistant: a practical treatise on English and foreign cookery in all its branches, containing plain instructions for pickling and preserving vegetables, fruits, game, &c, the curing of hams and bacon, the art of confectionery and ice-making, and the arrangement of desserts, with valuable.
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This volume is the third of the five major works by African Americans we have chosen to represent their contributions to American cookery. See also Roberts, The House Servant's Directory (), Campbell, Hotel Keepers, Head Waiters, and Housekeepers' Guide (), Estes, Good Things to Eat () and Bullock, The Ideal Bartender ().