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American Colonial Food Preparation

This is actually a blanc-mange pudding with a sea moss base.  Sea moss has always been valued for its curative and vitamin powers.  Earlier variation was called PAP…

American Colonial Food Preparation

1/2 cup molasses1/4 cup sugar1/2 cup sour milk        1 egg1 tsp. Soda1/2 tsp ginger1 tsp. salt1/2 tsp nutmeg2 cups flour or just enough to handle easily1. Fry in…

American Colonial Food Preparation

2 cups. flour            2 tsp fat             1 tsp salt2 tsps. cream tartar     1 tsp. soda     3/4 cup milk1. Mix-dumplings and roll to one inch thickness. Cut with small…

American Colonial Food Preparation

1 cup butter                     3 eggs2 cups sugar               ½ pint milk3 cups flour                1 pint raisins½ tsp each nutmeg, cloves, saleratus1. Heat oven to 325-350 degrees.2. Butter loaf pan, probably 8″x4″x4″3. Sift…

American Colonial Food Preparation

1 cup sugar1/2 cup shortening1 tsp. salt1/2 tsp. Cloves1/4 tsp. Nutmeg1 cup raisins1 tsp soda, dissolved in warm water1 cup cooked applesauce1-3/4 cups sifted flour1. Heat oven with…

American Colonial Food Preparation

Syllabub is also classified as a rich eggnog type of drink to which brandy may be added, and often served with tea cakes.4 egg yolks                  2 cups milk1 tablespoon…