|Drinks of the World|
|by John Ashton|
James Mew and John Ashton's 1892 work presents a history of beverages created and consumed around the world.
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Mix together. Drop ... lunch bag). Alternately, donuts may be dusted ... make cinnamon sugar, combine 1/2 cup granulated white sugar with 1 tsp. cinnamon.
Dissolve yeast in ... use your fingers. Donuts will be about ... diameter. Fry on both sides, drain on paper towels and then dip into sugar filled bag to coat.
Remove outside crust from a slice of bread, cut this slice of bread into 9 cubes. Mix: Dip each cube of bread into the batter; then deep fry. Drain, ...
Take regular dairy ... to achieve correct consistency of glaze. Place donut hole on wire rack, with waxed paper underneath. Drip glaze over donut holes.
Slowly beat all ingredients. Chill dough. Drop by teaspoonfuls in deep fryer at 385 degrees until done on inside.
Sift together first 6 ingredients. Set aside. Cream together sugars, eggs and oil. Add flour mixture, alternating with the milk until well blended. ...
Mix dry ingredients. Stir in buttermilk, oil and eggs. Beat with a fork. Drop by teaspoon in hot fat. Cook 3 minutes until brown. Can be coated with ...
Take 1 can ... and cut 10 donut and 10 holes. Put about ... then put in holes or donuts. Brown 1 side and turn. Use plain or put on anything you want to.
Mix above ingredients well. Drop by tbsp. in hot fat and deep fry until golden brown. Roll in cinnamon and sugar or powdered sugar if desired.
Alternately thread 2 strawberries and 2 donut holes onto each skewer. ... chocolate mixture over strawberries and donut holes. Refrigerate until set. (6 kabobs)
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