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  • Spanish Omelet II
    on Feb 10, 2013 in Omelettes
    In a chopping bowl place two nice large ripe tomatoes, first peeling them; one large or two medium-sized white Texas onions, two sprigs of parsley, and one large green-bell pepper, first removing most of its seeds. Chop these ingredients well to...
  • Sticky Cinnamon Buns
    on Jan 13, 2013 in Buns Cinnamon
    From  "Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book, Numerous New Recipes Based on Present Economic Condition", by Mrs. Mary A. Wilson, 1920.Scald one cup of milk and then place:Four tablespoonfuls of shorteningOne-half cupful of sugarOne teaspoonful of salt  i...
  • New York Style Eggs
    on Dec 17, 2012 in Eggs
    From the "Civic League Cook Book", 1913. This is a baked egg casserole dish.Boil six eggs half an hour. Drop them into cold water; shell and quarter them and lay them in a buttered baking dish. Make a white sauce of one pint of hot milk with butter...
  • Old-Fashioned Buckwheat Griddle Cakes
    on Nov 16, 2012 in Pancakes
    To bring the true nut flavor from the buckwheat we must go back to old-fashioned method of setting the buckwheat to rise overnight. Don't you remember the brownstone crock that was kept in the pantry and each time it was left with just enough of the...
  • Popovers
    on Nov 15, 2012 in Bread
    Place the popover pan in the oven to heat. When hot start to mix the batter. Place in a measuring cup one egg, then fill with milk. Pour into a mixing bowl and then add One cup of sifted flour,One teaspoon of sugar,One-half teaspoon of salt.Beat w...
  • Mrs. Wilson's Corn Muffins
    on Nov 14, 2012 in Muffins
    From "Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book Numerous New Recipes Based on Present Economic Conditions", 1920. Place in a mixing bowl: Three-quarters cup cornmeal,One and one-quarter cups flour,One teaspoon salt,Two level tablespoons baking powder,Two ta...
  • Hotel St. Francis Special Waffles
    on Oct 19, 2012 in Waffles
    From "The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book", by Victor Hirtzler, Chicago, 1919.One-half pound of flourOne teaspoonful of baking powderOne spoonful of sugarOne ounce of melted butter,One-half pint of milkOne pinch of saltThree yolks and three whites of egg...
  • German Coffee Cake
    on Oct 16, 2012 in Coffeecake
    From "Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners, 1913".1 cup scalded milk.3 tablespoons Crisco shortening (originally, the recipe called for Cottolene).1/3 cup sugar.½ teaspoon salt.1 compressed yeast cake dissolved in ¼ cup lukewarm water.1 egg well beaten.½ cup...
  • Old Fashioned Homemade Breakfast Cereals
    on Sep 9, 2012 in Oats Hot Cereal
    From "The Community Cookbook", Winter St. Baptist Church, Haverhill, Mass., 1916CORN MEAL MUSH. Allow one pint of meal and one teaspoonful of salt to a quart of water. Sprinkle meal gradually into boiling salted water, stirring all the time. Boil ra...
  • Eggs Suzette
    on Jan 18, 2012 in Eggs
    From "Many Ways for Cooking Eggs, by Mrs. S.T. RorerBake as many potatoes as you have persons to serve. When done, cut off the sides, scoop out a portion of the potato, leaving a wall about a half inch thick. Mash the scooped-out portion, add to it a...
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