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Cream sugar and Crisco together. In separate bowl, sift flour, cream of tartar, soda and nutmeg. Add to first mixture. Add raisins and fold in egg. ...

1. Mix flour ... to over-brown the cakes! Experiment to find the correct heat. 7. Eat hot or cold - but our favourite is warm with a dollop of brandy cream!

In a large saucepan bring to a boiling point: Remove from heat and stir in: When lukewarm - add: Beat dough until well mixed. Cover pan and let stand ...

Dissolve 3 cakes yeast in warm ... dough stiff. Let raise twice its size. ... a few drops vanilla. Dip hot doughnuts in glaze and take right out. Drain.

Use very warm ... yeast or crumble cake into water. Let ... until doubled about 1 hour. Preheated hot oven (425 degrees) for about 10 minutes. Makes 3 dozen.

Sift dry ingredients. ... Last add yeast cakes. Weigh into ... about 1 1/2 hours. Brush tops with egg yolks. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes until brown.

Stir well and let rise until light. Knead dough into shape with hands. Let rise, roll out and cut with cookie cutter. Let rise and fry in oil at 350 ...

Soften compressed yeast in warm water (85 degrees) or active dry yeast in warm water (110 degrees). Mix lukewarm milk, sugar and salt. Add yeast ...

Crumble yeast into lukewarm water. Set aside until it pops to top of water. Add sugar, salt and shortening to the hot milk; stir until sugar and ...

This bit of information was found in a quaint, old handwritten recipe book from Great-grandmother's day. It is included here mainly for the purpose ...

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