|by Kate Saint Maur|
Kate Saint Maur, in this 1905 volume, describes how she made a country house possible, despite little money and even less experience.
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Combine all ingredients except eggs. Mix well. Beat eggs until light and lemon colored. In a separate clean mixing bowl, beat egg whites to stiff ...
In a heavy ... Add a pinch of salt to the ... Serve while still hot with vanilla ice cream or Cool Whip, or with a topping of rum or sherry flavored or .
In a double ... whites with cream of tartar until stiff, ... into ungreased 1½-quart souffle dish to within ... after removing from oven. Makes 6 servings.
Put all ingredients ... the upper part of a double boiler, ... for 7 minutes. Remove from heat, add flavoring and beat for a few more minutes until cool.
Process in food processor. Turn into a a shallow buttered baking dish or tart pan, spreading evenly. Sprinkle with shredded Swiss, Monterey Jack, or ...
Season well the ... contain a quantity of souffled potatoes. It ... boiler one renders the cooling of it harmful, yet it is a dish frequently called for.
Trim edges of 14 slices of ... May be made in advance (this allows the bread to soak up the egg/milk mixture more). Bake 1 hour and 15 minutes at 350°F.
Generously butter an 8-inch souffle dish; coat with ... cup sugar, 3 of the eggs and ... with strawberries. Cut into wedges, if desired. Makes 8 servings.
Melt butter in the pan that you will use to bake in the oven. Mix all other ingredients together in that same pan. Bake for 50-60 minutes in a 350°F ...
Cook spinach in microwave and drain well, add cracker crumbs, 3 egg yolks, cheddar cheese soup, onion powder, pepper and curry powder. Beat 3 egg ...
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