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American Colonial Food Preparation

As per Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary – A mixture of spirituous liquors usually consisting of rum and molasses. Among sailors Blackstrap was (maybe still is) considered any common wine…

American Colonial Food Preparation

1. 1/3 glass crushed ice2. ½ teaspoon powdered sugar 3. 1 piece orange peel4. To the ice add the sugar and orange peel5. Fill with dry champagne6. Decorate…

American Colonial Food Preparation

1 Gallon heated apple cider1/2 ounce brandy flavoring1/2 ounce rum flavoring OR (even better) 1/2 quart light rum3 sticks cinnamon3 to 6 whole orangesSmall bag of whole cloves1.…

American Colonial Food Preparation

1. Completely dissolve 3/4 pound of sugar in a little water, in punch bowl2. Add a bottle of lemon juice. 3. Add 2 bottles Jamaican rum,4. 1 bottle cognac,5.…

American Colonial Food Preparation

2 quarts boiling water2 pounds brown sugar2 quarts grape juice2 cups raisins1 yeast cake1. Boil water in stone crock2. Dissolve brown sugar in boiling water3. Add grape juice…

American Colonial Food Preparation

Two ounces of powdered ginger root (or more if it is not very strong)Half an ounce of cream of tartarTwo large lemons, slicedTwo pounds of broken loaf sugarTwo…

American Colonial Food Preparation

Any mixture of spirits and water, especially rum and water.  The term comes from the nickname of ‘Old Grog’ for Admiral E. Vernon (1684-1757) of the Royal Navy…