|Carving and Serving|
|by Mrs D Lincoln"|
Published in 1891 by Mrs. D. A. Lincoln, author of "The Boston Cook Book," this volume concentrates on meat, providinig recipes and instructions f...
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Mix pudding using egg nog instead of milk. Pour into graham cracker pie crust and decorate with candy sprinkles and cherries.
Cream sugar and ... and salt. Add egg and milk mixture ... delicious. Good also cold. You can also break up cake in a bowl adding sauce over each layer.
Start with COLD milk and put about half of it, along with all other ingredients in blender and blend very well at medium to high speed. Pour into ...
Soak 3 envelopes ... Heat 1 cup egg nog to boiling. ... rum. Cool until pudding starts to thicken ... from which i is to be served or in a mold pan. Chill.
Place grated potatoes ... Combine potatoes, onion, eggs, parsley, salt ... with any variety of vegetables. Or cut the pudding into slices and serve warm.
Cook noodles and drain, beat eggs and add all ingredients together. Pour into greased baking dish and bake at 350 degrees until brown and crusty.
Boil all the ... and shape into eggs. Chill. Then coat ... You can decorate or roll into crushed nuts, coconut, or sprinkles. Keep in airtight containers.
Mix all together ... deep bowl. Place in a pan of water and bake at 300 degrees for about 40 minutes. This recipe can be cut in half for smaller pudding.
Combine sugar, salt ... softened butter and eggs, beat well. ... dish. Set in pan of water. Bake at 300 degrees until puffy on sides and light brown on top.
Mix all ingredients and beat well. Pour in pan and cook in 300 degree oven until done.
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