|Cooking for Profit|
|by Jessup Whitehead|
Designed to aid those who cook meals for profit, Jessup Whitehead's 1893 "Cooking for Profit" not only provides recipes for breakfasts, lunches, a...
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Mix water, salt and bluing together in a bowl. Put pieces of coal into larger bowl. Pour bluing mixture over the pieces of coal. Watch and see what grows.
Wash coal thoroughly; place in ... coal, being sure all areas are moistened. After flowers start growing, drop on food coloring sparingly for color variety.
Mix together. Put in fish bowl. Pretty.
Place the coal in a ceramic ... shapes. If desired, use an eye dropper to "fertilize" it with liquid from the bowl, being careful not to damage "forest."
Stir bluing, salt ... ammonia. Pour over coal. Add 1 ... through with coal garden, wrap and ... toilet or pour it down a drain, it will keep on growing.
Mix these all together except coal. Pour mixture over lump of coal. Feed daily mixture of: 1 tsp. water
Wet coal thoroughly and place ... the bowl, not the crystals. Do this every 2 days until you get the size you want. Wipe rim to prevent growing on sides.
Put the small ... coloring here and there on the mixture. Crystals will form and grow to be a colorful garden. Starts to grow in just hours, lasts for weeks.
Mix water, salt, ... Place lumps of coal in a 9 ... to have a grown up assist with this activity. This looks pretty, but be sure to look only and not eat.
Mix the first ... small pieces of coal, or mineral ... different places on the coal. You will soon have a beautiful multi-colored plant that will last for weeks.
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