|The London Art of Cookery|
|by John Farley|
John Farley, formerly principal cook at the London Tavern, designed his 1811 "The London Art of Cookery.
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Mix together the ... and make a knot. If too ... in 350 degree oven until golden brown. Ice with powdered sugar icing in various shades of food coloring.
Beat eggs until ... Then shape into love knits and dip ... have been beaten stiff in sugar - coarse sugar from crushed sugar cubes. Bake at 350 degrees.
Beat the egg yolks; then add flavoring and melted butter. Add sour cream and mix well. Add resifted flour with sugar and salt; mix to make a dough ...
Cream butter, sugar ... soda. To make Love Knots, roll dough between hands, place on pan and overlap ends. Bake at 350 degrees for 8 minutes. Ice when cool.
Cream sugar and ... and tie into knots. Place on ... sugar and lemon juice to desired consistency and ice love knots. You can add food coloring to icing.
Three eggs, a ... very stiff. Roll thin, cut in strips and tie in knots, or braid three strips together. Fry delicately and sprinkle sugar over while hot.
Beat yolks and ... Cut into 1/2 inch strips. Make bows or tie knots. Deep fry in hot oil until pale golden brown. Cool and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Mix all together, ... strips. Tie in knots or cut a ... through slit. Fry in deep fat until golden. Drain and dust with powdered sugar. Drizzle with honey.
Mix eggs, sugar, ... a time making knots round, long, or ... minutes. Makes 5 dozen. When cooled, ice the tops (mix powdered sugar with a little water).
Make as directed on box, pour into a 9 x 13 inch pan. Mix all together and spread on top of batter, bake at 350 degrees for about 1 hour. Mix pudding ...
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