|The American Frugal Housewife|
|by Mrs, Child|
First published in 1828, Lydia Maria Child's The American Frugal Housewife was an extremely popular nineteenth-century manual for homemakers.
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Chill apple juice and ginger ale. Then mix with sherbet. Add trays of ice. Serves 100.
Chill grape juice, apple juice, and gingerale. Mix lemonade as directed on can. Stir in grape juice and apple juice. Before serving, add gingerale.
Chill juices. Measure 3 ... water. In a punch bowl, just before ... Add half the gingerale and the ice ... the ingredients when the punch is almost gone.
Combine first 5 ingredients in percolator. Put sugar and spices in filter in percolator basket. Perk regular time. May serve as is or with a dot of ...
Mix well. Chill before serving float thinly sliced oranges and dips of sherbet on top.
14 servings of 1 cup each.
Mix all ingredients together. Before serving, I put 1 quart of vanilla ice cream (room temperature) on top.
Combine everything but sherbet. Add sherbet just before serving.
Dissolve gelatin in ... pineapple orange concentrate. Add apple juice and 3 cups cold water carefully, pour in gingerale. Makes about 25 (4 ounce) servings.
Mix fruit juices. Add gingerale and ice cubes ... will make enough punch for a good many people or you can freeze some of the punch to make the ice cubes.
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