|by John Crosby Freeman|
Overflowing with festive ideas from the Victorian era, this title offers tips for entertainment, activities, and recipes--for High Tea, Henley Reg...
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Combine first 10 ... Sprinkle tapioca over soup, stirring to ... for a light meal. Or chill and serve with a dollop of whipped or sour cream as a dessert.
Soak tapioca in ... while. Soak each fruit separately in 3-4 ... instead of grape juice. Cooked sugar water or plain water may be added if mixture is dry.
Soak tapioca at ... ingredients. Simmer until fruit is tender and ... or cold, plain or with whipped cream. If too thick, add some water. Makes 2 quarts.
Soak dried fruit, tapioca, sugar, ... diced apples and enough water to make "soupy" and cook over medium heat until fruit is soft. May be served hot or cold.
In a large kettle, combine water and tapioca; set aside for 2 hours to soak. Add raisins, prunes, apricots, sugar, lemon slices and cinnamon stick ...
Cover with water ... Heat liquid and fruit to boiling. Then ... tapioca is clear, soup is done. When ... lemon slices before serving. Serve hot or cold.
Cook fruit in water until ... Sweeten to taste (I prefer not to sweeten). May be served hot or cold. Used by Norse on Christmas Eve and as a gift to the sick.
Mix together all ingredients except the fruit cocktail. Cook until ... If desired, the soup may be thickened ... Serve with a splash of sour cream or yogurt.
Soak tapioca overnight in 2 quarts water. Add prunes, raisins, apricots, cinnamon sticks and salt. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer; cover ...
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